Sunday, October 5, 2014

London War room Spanish figures

Does anyone know if the London war room 18th Century Spanish are still available?

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Free Campaign Map

The following map is FREE for any who would like to use it for an Imagi-Nation campaign:

 How I plan to use it can be found here.

-- Jeff

Friday, July 4, 2014

Fife & Drum 3rd Continental Dragoons or Your Imagination's Light Cavalry

3rd Continental Dragoons - New Fife & Drum Figures

3rd Continental Dragoons (L-R) Trooper, Officer, Std Bearer, and Trumpeter (click to enlarge)

Fife & Drum Miniatures recently added the 3rd Continental Dragoons to its range, along with the previously released 1st Continental Dragoon, the British Legion (Tarleton's) dragoons, and the British 16th and 17th Light Dragoons. 

The group of four figures are done in "charging" poses and are shown on some of the new horses that Richard Ansell made exclusively for our AWI range of figures. They can match up against our British Legion and British 17th Light Dragoons in either the Pennsylvania - New Jersey theatre of operations or with General Greene's command in the South.

Along with our other AWI dragoons, the Fife & Drum cavalry would make for colorful light cavalry in your own Imagination's army.

Officer (left) and trooper charging (right)

Standard bearer (left) and trumpeter (right)

The new product codes for the 3rd Continental Dragoons are as follows (sold as single figures including the horse):

AC-018    3rd Continental Dragoon Officer
AC-019    3rd Continental Dragoon Trumpeter
AC-020    3rd Continental Dragoon Standard Bearer
AC-021    3rd Continental Dragoon Trooper, Charging

Figures, including horse, are $6.00 

To order, just send me an e-mail at: 

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Tuesday, June 24, 2014


Soon to be available via Left Bank Workshop

face book for updates on progress HERE

nice album of the civilians and courtiers HERE

Store/blog to follow soon for those who don't face book

Monday, June 16, 2014

Villanous stirrings ...

Count Boyarisov starts his move ...
Dark rumblings from the darkness of a Moscou night.

The Boyarisov clan has a young, vibrant leader seeking to be more than just another Russian Prince.

Follow developments at The Duchy of Mieczyslaw.

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Father's Day

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Monday, May 5, 2014

Ladies Pettygree and Silhouette At The Gallop

Date: May 3, 1757 (2014)
Location: Hamelburg, Westphalia (fictional)
Situation: In The Midst of A Battle
Lady Belle Silhouette in a radiant adaptation of the Bercheney Hussars
Lady Diana Pettygree wearing her striking interpretation of the Royal Carabiniers
Ladies Maid Martha adorned modestly
Prince de Soubise wearing his Marshall's uniform
Lieutenant Général l'Duc de Fitzjames in the uniform of senior generals 


Prince de Soubise: "I am sorry my dears, but you must depart Hamelburg. The enemy approaches rapidly and as you see -- this village has suffered already from their long shots. Ride south along the road where you will see our cavalry and infantry approaching."

Lady Belle Silhouette: "Certainement Monsieur l' Maréchal."

Lady Diana Pettygree: "We shall. Merci."

Martha: "My hat is...."

Lady Belle Silhouette: "There in the distance - our horsemen are arrayed in line of battle."

Lady Diana Pettygree: "Oui! --- I see them too. Ride at the gallop! HA!"

l'Duc de Fitzjames: "My ladies, what are you about?"

Lady Diana Pettygree: "We've come from l'Prince de Soubise."

Lady Belle Silhouette: "He remarked the Allied Army approaches fast. Hamelburg is already under fire of their cannons. You must ride to the sound of the guns! I wish we knew more."

Lady Bell Silhouette: "What about you --- dear reader? What do you know?"

For the entire story see:

Bill P.

Sunday, April 27, 2014

Lady Diana Pettygree Returns and More - Lots More

Lady Belle Silhouette (pink): "Diana! What are you doing?"

Lady Diana Pettygree: "You'll see my dear. Hurry or all will be lost!"

Colonel Beckermann: "Halt the column! Ladies, how may I be of service?"

Diana: "Captain, we beg your assistance or we will be lost. You see...."
Please repair to the Campaigns in Germania to find out more. Lots more.

Bill P.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

Who will be a Villain ???

Much of the interaction amongst our Imagi-Nations a number of years ago was driven by the "vile Stagonians".  They were a rather nasty country always looking to do cruel things to other states.

They were my "counter" to my Principality of Saxe-Bearstein . . . and truth to tell they were a lot of fun to play.  However due to my health issues (and the fact that I can no longer access them since Bloggers takeover by Google) I can no longer act as the "bad boy".

So who will step up and become the "villain" of EvE?  They don't have to be your main established fictional state . . . remember that there is always room in our fictional world for more Imagi-Nations.  I can assure you that playing the villain can be a blast.

-- Jeff

PS,  Also there need not only be one villain; there can be several . . . are you up to the challenge?

Gears are grinding into movement...

...and shedding their rust in the Syldavian blogosphere.  I'd like to draw your attention to a long-awaited AAR, enumerating the results of an action at Olbernhau, south Saxony, in August 1813.  The post previous to that is the description of the scenario.  For whatever technical reason, updates to my blog are not being  picked up as 'new posts" by Blogger at the moment.   Things have been terribly slow chez moi regarding games but not quite as slow as Blogger suggests!  This action was part of the Campaign of Nations run by MurdocK of MurdocK's Marauders, and the first encounter of the Allies and French in the Dresden theatre.  A series of battles have since been played out around the town of Marienberg, as well as Berlin, Bautzen and Luckau.  Shortly, I'll add shortly a new AAR for a small cavalry action (Sept 2 1813) near Zwickau, in the rear supply lines of Marienberg.

And, dare I hope for a Syldavian/Bordurian encounter, 1684, or 1740-ish, over the Easter break? !



EDIT: It seems I have repaired the problem the resulted in the invisibility of my previous few posts!  Hooray!  

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

From the Library

The Duke of Tradgardland invites suggestions for gaming interactions and amusing conceits from his fellow 18th Century rulers...

Commentaire from Gallia

Random Comments About E vs E:
It helps to have wargame campaigns generate diplomacy, mischief, battles, before and after effects and consequences. How many wargames are played by each of us that apply to the mid-18th C. or any wargames at all? I'm guessing few. I hope I am wrong and am politely corrected. Campaigns can be made up as one goes along such as Hesse Seewald vs Gallia or highly structured. For me, my painting, diplomacy, and inspiration drop way down when there are few 18th C. games. How about you?

Also I believe this: When we stop painting for a wargame time period, we stop gaming that time period.
Arthur got very sick about four years ago; broken leg followed by something he called a flesh-eating  whatever. Aweful! He was prolific and fun. Attempts to write to him at his last known snail-mail address did not result in replies so I fear the worst. Anyhow when Gallia invaded Germania years ago, Frankfurt Am Main became my magazine. Lo and behold it was Arthur's capital of Frankzonia! From there he and I went "wild" I suppose with intrigues, plots and characterizations. I miss Arthur as do some of you who remember him I am sure.

I did a proxy battle for him 4-5 years ago too.

Alan and I were messing around in the New World and someplace in northern Europe. I drifted off the reservation. Alan what happened to us? It was fun. Hesse-Seewald even sunk one of my ships in a Tradgardland port causing all sorts of writing, new characters and imagineering here.
Jean-Louis is right, I wandered off with General Pettygree, Expedition to Alexandrapour and some other things. We all do that and need to but I prefer the 18th C. over anything else bar none. BAR could be a pun!
Our regional pards are creaking along getting the SYW Cycle II started. ( A second SYW!) In January 2014, the Saxons somehow got out of Saxony and in this month there were three weeknight sessions to finish a small F&I game. I wrote about none of these on the Germania blog and I suppose I should. I have some nice images to do that. On May 3, 2014, we will assemble for a first battle in Western Germany - Westphalia to get underway there. Hesse-Seewald LOOK OUT!!!!!!!!!!
I check in here daily and would be disappointed if we do not rise again - one more time.
Bill P.
Gallia and Raschstein

Marshall Broglie, Lt. Gen. Chevert, Colonel Enigma, Lady Diana Pettygree and others do not want to pass into distant history just yet.

Colonel Enigma: "Was it YOU who stopped and wandered off the reservation Bill? Anyone else?"