The games I play on this blog are based on the Two Hour Wargames system. I made a "cheat sheet" to use as a handy reference of the basic mechanics and tables for the free ruleset, Chain Reaction. Chain Reaction is basically just a teaser to the THW system, but with a little creativity, it's … Continue reading Chain Reaction – Rules 2 Go
Or, How a County Clerk Briefly Became the Most Wanted Man in the West. The following account occurred during a No Country for Old Men scenario for Six Gun Sound - Devil’s Elbow (referred to as 6GS). In a No Country game, your character has stumbled upon a satchel full of money (aka Increasing Rep … Continue reading The Legend of Creek Floor
Platoon lists Nationalist platoon list HQ Squad Lt. Julio Nosalida - 5, SMG Cpl. Juarez - 5, LMG Pfc. Alvaro - 4, BA Pfc. Nico - 4, BA Pvt. Miguel - 3, BA Medic - 4, unarmed (deploys on subsequent activations after casualties incurred) Squad 1 Sgt. Gallo - 4, SMG Cpl. Montes - 4, … Continue reading Platoon lists: ¡El gran empujón!
Turn 2 I roll for activation and the Nationalists get an awful roll: 6, which means they technically activate first, but cannot activate any of their squads this turn as none of them have a rep 6 leader. Republicans rolled a 3 and now begin activating their forces. The Republican 2nd Squad starts their turn … Continue reading ¡El gran empujón! – a Nuts! AAR (Turns 2-3)
Today I'm doing a one-off scenario in Nuts! 4th Edition using Tabletop Simulator. This scenario is set in the Spanish Civil War and features a skirmish between low-tech platoons over a small farm next to a river. Note: As there's a lack of Spanish Civil War models for TTS, I'm using the following stand-ins from … Continue reading ¡El gran empujón! – a Nuts! AAR (Turn 1)
The Great Southern Bank Catastrophe The year is 1877. The Marston gang—or what’s left of it—is down on their luck after a deadly confrontation with a group of Natives on the trail down South. Experienced men died in the fight, but the gang scraped through with what might pass as a victory. With only three … Continue reading The Great Southern Bank Catastrophe – a Six Gun Sound AAR