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1862: "I Am Sick & Tired Of The Whole Business"

November 8, 1862

…I am glad to do McClellan this justice , because altho’ I do not think he has treated me altogether as well as I had a right to expect yet I am thankful for what he has done, & wish to give him all the credit that is due particularly as to day the order has been received relieving him from duty with this Army & placing Burnside in command. 942 more words

American Civil War

Interlude: Games I Play Part III: Historicals

Wow, it’s taken me a bit to get around to writing this one – not least, I suppose, because I’m a relative latecomer to historical wargaming. 1,059 more words

Wargaming

I, A Servant in the Name of Fear

It is not until the end of this chapter where the military native officer is shown, who appears to have a much better understanding of the chain of command than both the Afghan chief, as well as the beasts. 672 more words

Leviathan

TooFatLardies Games Day in Vienna

It’s no secret that TooFatLardies are my favourite rules publisher. Fortunately, there are a couple of like-minded individuals around. Last Friday, a bunch of us got together to play and present TFL games. 180 more words

Club Night 11/09/17: More Big CoC, Normandy '44.

It’s been a while since we played this game, so the write up will be brief especially as I didn’t seem top take many pics for some reason which usually helps jog my memory. 796 more words

BatReps

Chain of Command Batrep

Recently I played the last of my 3 game campaign with the Chain of Command system. As you may recall this was my first foray into the system, so I decided to spread my wings a little further and try some new units, including a newly printed infantry gun. 855 more words

28mm

Waves

Waves

Look around and all you see is a huge ship,

There are tons of people but no one that

Wants to hear your pain or to help you, 404 more words