First of Many

It’s been a very God of Battles couple of days.

Foundry’s open days were lots of fun and we played numerous games of GoB with both veteran and neophyte players. In fact, it was so much fun that I suggested to Marcus that we have a monthly God of Battles day there, and he thought that would be a grand idea. So, you can consider this to have been the inaugural meeting, and from now on we’ll be having a God of Battles meet on the first saturday of each month, at Foundry HQ in Nottingham.

My idea is simply to play games of God of Battles with the various armies that I and others are building. Anyone is welcome and there is no charge. If you haven’t played the game and want a demo then feel free to potter along and we’ll show you how it plays. You don’t need to bring an army as there’ll be one about, I’m sure.

Alternatively, if you already have an army and/or know the game then the more the merrier. There are half a dozen tables to game on and lots of space so there’s no problem fitting an extra general in. You don’t have to come every time, just pop along when you can make it and fancy a scrap!

If we have enough regulars then I’ll probably try out some new ideas I’ve got, mainly bases around campaigns and more scenarios. As GoB is so quick we’ll be able to get 2, 3 or 4 games each in a day, so a mini-campaign in a day is entirely possible.

Mainly though, this is just a place to come and play 🙂

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8 Responses to First of Many

  1. Ben says:

    I trust a certain Greenskin army will be painted up and on the table by the next one 😉

    As I mentioned on the other post, 6th of April clashes with my nuptials so I’ll try and make it down for the May one instead.

  2. David Gibson says:

    Really need to decide on and begin building an army then ready to come down!

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