Rich has more detailed write and photos HERE. I'll leave you with his take on it was his event, I just made the Banner Cart.
|The Banner remained uncaptured both games..flying high you could see it many tables away which means I made it big enough|
One my favorite things about Little Wars last time was the Vendor Hall it pretty large and has alot of obscure stuff. While not as prolific at the last time around I was here (2012) This year Old Glory was here with literally, every single thing they make. I am not kidding. Part of the problem with buying Old Glory (at least in my opinion) is the website is very mid 90's with poor photographs and it tough to tell what your buying or how there 25mm scale with work with whatever you are aiming for. Well I got to see it all here close up, and it was awesome. I ended up walking out with their fully crew Viking Longboat..which is just a project I want to do one day..with a firm opinion that as soon as hobby budget allows it I am picking up a table full of their Chicago buildings for a Victorian style table. Unfortunately my day here was short due an engagement that evening. Next year I'll definitely be back..its a fun place to run a game or play in one..so we will see what I get myself into. I'll it with some random photos from the event.
|at least three really great looking Napoleanic games going one, many with a crazy amount of figures.|
|an elborate martian theme table for what I gather was a home brewed rules game|
|Nice Bolt Action table from some WI guys I know..nice use of loose foliage and carpet..I'll borrow that idea for sure.|
|Black Powder, Black Powder everywhere|