18 June 2019

The Sands of Sudan at Legendary Wargames

Looks like the brave Hadendowah and Ansar are in for a tough time of it!

 
Great to see that Andy Lawson and his dedicated team have gotten Legendary Wargames renovated, pristine and ready for some significant miniatures actions for wargamers who enjoy gaming in the grand manner.

I'm always a massive supporter of folks who take the time and effort to turn their passion into a thriving business for them and a magnificent adventure for the many wargamers who desire gaming on a larger scale. 

For many years the WHC through Peter Gilder, Gerry Elliot, the late great Mike Ingham and now the sensational Mark Freeth have navigated the concept of wargaming "holidays" that are simply spectacular.  Having enjoyed an Austerlitz weekend many years ago up at Scarborough let me assure you, this Australian lad remembers it fondly to this day!

Legendary Wargames has taken up the mantle to game the wonderful Sudan campaigns using the Gilder inspired ""The Sands of Sudan" and the games are looking sensational.  If you are interested in a game or two check them out at their website.

The games look spectacular and  the figures are superb.  Thanks for the support on the rules lads.  The support of the Wargames Holiday Centre and Mark, Dave Docherty and yourselves makes all the difference.

All the best

Carlo

8 comments:

  1. What an impressive and most beautiful table, atmospheric and great looking game!

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    1. It certainly looks the part doesn't it Phil!

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    1. That would my idea of a pretty relaxing weeknd Jim, as long as I could sip on a few ports during breaks of play!

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  3. Oh, that does look familiar! :) Good luck and fair play to 'em for helping to keep the Sudan flame alive.

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    1. Couldn't agree more AJ. When you think about it, with the games that Andy hosts here, Dave Docherty puts on around the shows as well as the great work from Mark Freeth and the WHC, teh Sudan is well and truly back on the wargames compass. Its wonderful.

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  4. Hi Carlo. Thanks for this article about Legendary Wargames. We may have something rather special coming up in conjunction with Dave Docherty, so people should keep an eye out on our website.
    Thanks again

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    1. I look forward to seeing how it all unfolds Andy.

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