Month started good with a brutal game of Gaslands... (note the excellent 3D printed terrain!)
Followed the next day by Chain of Command. My 20mm GIs were attacked by a reinforced platoon of 28mm Fallschirmjaeger, who seem to have a harder time advancing than defending.
Then there was a game of Muskets & Tomahawks, bringing out my FIW French to introduce a club mate to the system. Mission accomplished there.
And a game of Dux, hotly contested and narrowly lost, but that proved a phyrric victory for the other Saxons.
There was some board gaming, with my 20th game of Blood Rage the most notable.
I was trying to get some projects to finish before I embark on the 1672 painting project. So there were the CV33 Italian tankettes and the monks to give spiritual guidance to my late Anglo-Saxons.
And the last few Prussians that belonged to the lot that I sold earlier this year.
And then I finished a bunch of 1:72 tanks and M3(A1) halftracks for the Chain of Command and What a Tanker forces.
Not really, eh? Although those Prussians will leave the house at some point.
Chain of Command is going to turn into a pint sized campaign (29th, Let's Go! in commemoration of D-Day). Although I have quite a few support options already, in these pint-sized campaigns the support options can be quite specific, so I have ordered some additional men and materiel.
And the 1672 miniatures have arrived (plus some books...) offering me the opportunity to join the ranks of Turenne! First goal: four units this year and another before a first demo game in February of Sharp Practice tuned to the 1672 period.
But I also need to get back to the Big Project, so that limits my hobby time for September. This may have been the high point of this year.