Something else I've resolved is to post more on this blog (like that's actually going to happen!) and to tie these two resolutions together, I have a cunning plan ...
Each time I plan a game I'm going to do a series of 4 or 5 posts on it. Each series will have these posts:
- Photos & details (manufacturer, scale, etc) on the side I intend to play
- ditto for the OpFor (Opposing Force)
- ditto for the terrain
- A battle report and pictures of the game itself
- Comments on the rules used, changes made, etc - might not always do this; would value whether readers think this worthwhile
I have decided to start with my WW2 15mm Burma game, for two reasons. Firstly because, in a comment on this post back in November, The Extraordinarii said he was looking forward to the WW2 Burma stuff and I promised it would appear next which it never actually did ... I hope you can forgive me Extraordinarii!
Secondly, I've not seen this particular theatre wargamed before so it'll make a change (& surprise) to the guys at the club.
So ... here's hoping I actually go through with it and look forward to the post tomorrow! I'd like feedback on the 'series' idea from readers - do you think it's a good idea? should I have fewer posts? I've split the posts as detailed above in an effort to keep the post size down and the number of pictures to a reasonable level.
Edited: Just checked the link to the batreps and seen that a) some of the pics aren't there and b) the first game was actually played in 2010! I'll fix the pics tomorrow as they're on a different PC