Man at C and A weekend kenilworth 2024

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Willz the Wargamer
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Man at C and A weekend kenilworth 2024

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Over the weekend we ran the 7th Kenilworth wargaming weekend and I ran Guy's and my "siege of Louisbourg 1747" game.
The first game started 0930 on Saturday Guy, Ken and Norman played the Scottish / French, Tim and Mark (USA) played the British.

Lots of back and forth action during the mornings' action. Using fast play rules developed from Paul Robinson's rule with adaptations by me, with event cards to enhance the game. Figures were Guy's.
I believed the game ran well and everybody had fun, the British had to deal with a Highland regiment mutiny.
As the card was dealt but failed the dice roll to mutiny that turn but was enforced for 2 turns, so the British general sent them outside the walls on a no hope attack. As he did not trust them to fight for him.
The French got several battalions inside the walls by 1230 so we were at a stage where the British were forced to accept terms of surrender, marching out with fixed bayonets and flags aloft.

A huge thank you for all the support from everyone over the weekend, the "Siege of Kenilworth 1747" game won "best of the show".
Thank you Peeler for your company and entertainment on Friday night, I will let him explain the man at C and A reference :-D :clappy: :buddies: :vdrunk: :drunk:

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It was an excellent weekend. Thoroughly enjoyed it and all three games.
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Having "visited" one of the early (pre-COVID) Kenilworth's, I can attest to what great weekends they are. This one looks typically splendid.

I'm guessing that Count B won the prize for the "fullest head of hair"?
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A great weekend's wargaming with some very pretty (and original) games. Highlight of the weekend was Peeler becoming a fashion icon!


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garyp wrote: Tue Jun 11, 2024 6:34 pm A great weekend's wargaming with some very pretty (and original) games. Highlight of the weekend was Peeler becoming a fashion icon!


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Excellent looking game Willz - you'd put a lot of effort into that so well done and congratulations on the best game win
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Corking weekend, good games all & very enjoyable. Beer was good too 😁
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