Waterloo Birthday Bash.

This Saturday saw myself and a group of friends get together to re-fight the battle of Waterloo. We were using the Black Powder Rules from Warlord games and 1/72nd (20mm) mainly plastic models numbering about 3,000 figures per side.

Here’s some pictures of the game.

The French 2nd Corps and Cavalry reserve prepare to attack Chateau Hugoumount .

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The French Infantry reserves, 6th Corps and The Guard Corps.

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The British 2nd Corps plus the Brunswick reserve Corps ready to support the Guard who hold Hugoumount.

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Allied Left Flank held by the 3rd Light Cavalry Brigade (KGL).

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View of Plancenoit.

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The 2nd Union Heavy Cavalry Brigade move forward ready to support the front line.

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Troops from the French 1st Corps attack La Haye Saint farm.

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The Prussian 4th Corps arrive but face a mass of French Cavalry which are screening the French Infantry in Plancenoit.

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The Prussians push forward but are held by the French Cavalry.

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We had a cracking days gaming, with the French holding all three key areas (Plancenoit, Hugoumount and La Haye Saint) at the end of the game to take the win. It was closer than it sounds with both Hugoumount and La Haye Saint holding out until the final turn of play and the Dutch/Belgium reserves still to be committed.

Cheers, Steve.

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4 Responses to Waterloo Birthday Bash.

  1. Reblogged this on dcminiaturespainting and commented:
    Hi mate, was a great day thanks again. ; )

  2. 40kterminatus says:

    Wow , look at the size of that table !! How long did it take to set all that up ?

  3. lurkusspleen says:

    Hi there,
    it took about 4 hours to set up Friday evening as we had to sort out each of the units and where they should be, putting away only took about 3/4 of an hour, many hands make sort work as they say plus the joy of plastic figures :).

    Cheers,Steve.

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