Sunday, 2 March 2014

Have Ogre Will Travel


As you can see I now have a copy of the Ogre Designer Edition, and I have the canvas bag to transport it where needed.  So, to all my friends who are reading this, do you want to come and play a game at my place?  Conversely, I have Ogre and I will travel for the privilege of destroying your forces, crushing your command post, and hearing you lament the bad luck of your dice.


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    1. And carrying up and down three flights of stairs counts as session down the gym for keeping fit, and maintaining one's aerobic fitness. :-)

  2. Congrats on your acquisition. Have you had a chance to play it yet?

    1. Not my edition, my Ogres are still unplayed awaiting the chance to crush their opponents beneath their treads.

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    1. Thank you, at last I'm one of the coll kids! ;-)

      I will be taking this, and my miniatures to Blast-Tastic later int he year, and look forward to playing a game or three throughout the day with people at the show.

  4. Do you have your Nihon pieces (nudge nudge wink wink ;) ).

    We need some play by Email for all the International games.

    1. No I don't, do you think I should? ;-)

      This is really funny, in that I've been thinking about what to do with my Mark 4 Ogre that I posted about here:

      You'll need to scroll down to see it. And I was thinking that since it is so much larger than the official Mark 4 that perhaps I ought to paint it in a different colour scheme, and like one does I thought what about making it the centre piece of a Nihon force? So watch this space for further news, and yes I will have to get around to ordering some Nihon counters.

    2. I have a III-B painted up using a Rising Sun flag motif.

    3. I know, I've seen it, and I was most impressed. I have a pink splinter camo scheme in mind for mine, you'll see it here when it's done (don't hold your breath waiting though).

      BTW: I've done the deed and ordered some Nihon sheets.


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