Peewees Progress


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Post Fri Apr 14, 2017 6:14 am

Peewees Progress

Hi folks, i recently played a game of Dragon Rampant with the kids. It you like rampaging Mammoths with the trotts, insolent Yoemen and faulty skeletons look no further!.

You can find the prologue herehttp://wronghammer.blogspot.co.uk/2017/03/peewees-progress-prologue.html, and the game report here http://wronghammer.blogspot.co.uk/2017/04/peewees-progress-aar.html
Happy reading.....and remember, always check the warranty when raising the dead!.
http://wronghammer.blogspot.co.uk/ for all you can read underwhelming wargames related tomfoolery.
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Post Wed Apr 26, 2017 6:56 am

Re: Peewees Progress

Nicely done! That's a fantastic scenario you worked up there, and the storytelling is first rate. :) And deepest kudos to anyone dragging n00bs (their own or otherwise) into the hobby. :D Glad Aagarax II stuck around to finish it out.
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Post Thu Apr 27, 2017 8:19 pm

Re: Peewees Progress

thanks i'm glad you enjoyed it!. It was great letting the kids loose on the table, we play Heroquest a bit and i have tried some simple home brew bits and pieces with them but this was the first 'proper' game ( i almost said grown up game but remembered it was one of mine!). They seemed to get on fine and picked the rules up quickly, i would recommend them for first timers.
http://wronghammer.blogspot.co.uk/ for all you can read underwhelming wargames related tomfoolery.

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