As the title says, yesterday, Sunday 11th February, I took my Blood and Plunder demo game to Red on Blue in Nottingham with the help of the Leicester Phat Cats and Lee Upton, who spent the day dressed as a Pirate. It was the very first time I had been the show, which is in its second year and though a small show it the a lovely atmosphere and was well supported by some of the big names in the business, most of whom live in and around Nottingham.
The show had a good number of traders and a fair number of games on shows ranging for Second World War games, Gangs of Rome, Gates of Antares, 30 and 40K games, a huge and I mean huge Kings of Wars and of course my Blood and Plunder. If fact the Leicester Phat Cats had three games on including Blood and Plunder, a 30K Horus Hersey demo games and a Beyond the Gates of Antares demo game.
My Blood and Plunder game was a dimple introduction game where each side had a couple of units and a commander in there forces. The scenario is the English village has come under an attack by the French as the French go for a land grab and the English try and defend it from them. The game is set around 1650s to 1660s so you have a mix of old and new for the time. We ran a few demo games and everyone who played enjoyed themselves with a couple coming back for more. The nice thing about the rules is that they are simple and after a couple of turns most people had picked up the rules and where playing with any help. Everyone seemed to enjoy it which was the main thing.
Thats all from me but to say I liked the show and will be back again as I enjoyed it and had a good day. Next post we had about Gangs of Rome.
Have a nice day.