Monday 25 July 2011

Where Beagles Dare...

The following was posted on the old FW site and was cobbled together from various posts in the forum.

First posted 01 April 2007

The first rush of exploration\conquest.

The results from the first three rounds of the campoon campaign.

Sunday 24 July 2011

Return To Asran

Same planes, same scenarios, same incompetence, different rules; as we return to Asran and Area88 after a five year gap.

New rules from Paul. Now hexagon based but still played over a large floor area this time carpeted with hex sheets. Each players planes are selected at random from a wide collection of post war jets, with the pilot having just the one random skill level. Attack and Defense are now card based, the number of cards available being determined by plane quality and pilot skill. Both sides roll to see what their scenario objectives are in secret. A good turn out for the game, 5 vs 5, with a number of the players from last time, including Kieron.

From Furness Wargamers in the Air

Friday 22 July 2011

Nations of the Campoon

From the old Furness Wargamers website, a Campoon run under the Warmaster Ancients ruleset, and played out at the Railway Club.

First posted - 06 February 2007

Being a list of the nations, and the lunatics who ran them, at the start of the Great Campoonian Landgrab.

Wednesday 20 July 2011

Wings over Asran

Another capture from the old Furness Wargamers website, and useful 'background' for our more recent jet game...

Posted Friday 14 April 2006

A civil war wages wages across the middle-eastern country of Asran and the government in desperation has been forced to bring in pilots from outside the country, the elite of which fight in the legendary Area 88...

Unfortunately because of their inexperienced our motley, but heroic, bunch of mercenary pilots are deemed not good enough to fly in Area 88, so they and their assortment of decrepit planes have been posted to Areas 86 and 87 instead.

Wednesday 6 July 2011

Stargate 1880

More fun with modified Ogre rules, as an 'artifact' found by the British in Egypt gets transported back to England and tinkered with by amateur scientists based in a peaceful country village. Much to their surprise their messing around has a rather dramatic effect.

From Furness Wargamers from Mars