We had an small outing this Sunday night. We had no scenario planned. I set up the terrain in advance and I wanted to use my new Warlord games Ruined Hamlet buildings. This is a really nice kit, for some reason I got a urge to break out my Band of Brothers DVD's and get into 28mm WW2 skirmish gaming :P
A friend at the club just bought some cobblestone roads from the "Battlefield in a box" series for Flames of War. If you need cobblestone roads look no further, usable for 15mm to 28mm miniatures. Looks great and made in a damn near indestructible material.So this became an "attack the British holding the town scenario". We played on a small 4x6' board, I with three brigades and my opponent with only two. With so small forces a failed break test can really make or break the game. Which is just what happened, I rolled a few good break/morale tests initially then Erik rolled one really bad which sent his cavalry brigade off the table in mass panic. He surrendered that turn.
We came to the conclusion that we should really play on bigger tables, that we want to play with all of our toys just for once, and in that case we need more players.
So our ambition is to set up a game with our entire collection on a 6x12' or even 6x16' tale with at least two players aside.