The Waving Flag: The Plan For The Rest Of 2010

Tuesday 13 April 2010

The Plan For The Rest Of 2010

I’ve had a couple of chats with my regular wargames opponent Graham since our first game using the Field of Glory rules.  We’ve roughed out a plan for the rest of the year:
  • Play FOG without any help.  We’ll probably use Mongols against Late Russians again just to keep things simple.
  • Try FOG in the High Medieval period.  This should introduce us to knights, heavy foot and foot archers.
  • Play FOG with a “silent” umpire to check what we’ve learnt.  James Hamilton has already volunteered to watch a game and correct any mistakes we make.
  • Play DBMM at the Stoke Challenge in July.  This is a great venue and a nice day out.  There’s even a bring & buy stand this year.
  • Play more FOG with the aim of entering the penultimate round of the Northern League at Halifax in September as a doubles team.
This is reasonably ambitious list but having a few goals will help rather than hinder our progress. The real aim is to see how quickly we can become proficient with FOG and to test ourselves against others in the Northern League.


PatG said...

We haven't lost you after all then ;)

Good luck at Stoke.

Vexillia said...

I committed to playing DBMM at Stoke about six weeks ago and it's a great one day event. I'll need all the luck I can get.

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