Last weekend, a friend and I had a trip down to Glasgow to attend a Glasgow Games Group gaming event; the Spencer Warner Memorial Gaming Day. The G3 event commemorates a founder member of the group and lets those who knew him (and those, like me, who didn't) get together for some gaming, for some laughs and to raise some cash for charity.
There was a fair turnout with around ten tables on the go, as well as a huge bring and buy section (I later learned that this was mostly Spencer's collection they are selling off for charity - Man he had a lot of stuff!) I took some pictures, apologies to all the participants, I didn't get names:
The view from the door.
A well balanced looking Flames of War table.
One of two Apocalypse Warhammer 40K games. These tables were packed with figures.
A huge Battletech game using Hawk Wargames' terrain set. I think this was the quick play version of the rules (Alpha Strike?) as it seemed to be playing very quickly for BT.
Our first game, Blood Bowl Team Manager. A much better game with three people rather than two. Four players would be better still.
The second 40K game. Someone came over to us from this table for a blether - Apparently his army had been reduced to just three figures!
In addition to these, there were games of Saga, Chain of Command, Dystopian Wars and a couple miscellaneous games I couldn't see properly. My loot from the day was pretty satisfying:
Cold War Commander - because I don't have enough projects and scales going on.
Imperium supplement for Crusader - for completness, the only one I don't have.
Gear Krieg - a complete impulse buy.
Khador paint set from PP - great price
Thragosh the Messiah for Horders - again, a bargain.
We'd also stopped earlier at Static Games in the city centre where I picked up the latest booster for Android Netrunner and an adventure pack for the Lord of the Rings card game.