Today it is time for the next issue of Davy Jone’s Locker – best in miniature wargaming. Like in the previous issues I will try to bring you a variety of useful stuff for our hobby. In this issue, you will find three AARs, a fantastic piece of scenery and two reviews of the CONGO rulebook. So, have fun reading the third issue of Davy Jone’s Locker – best in miniature wargaming.
Pick #1 – The Bandits of Putari (AAR)
The first pick this time is an AAR. Colonial wargaming in a fictitious 18th century India using the Sharp Practice rules. First of all the overall presentation is fabulous. The whole AAR is made like a comic. It is a great read and you will have a blast reading it. Besides that the scenery and the miniatures are lovely. So some eye candy is also there.
Pick #2 – CONGO reviews
The next pick is the CONGO rule set. The whole Darkest Africa setting is great, but I never played CONGO until this day. But of course, I read some reviews about it. Two of them I want to share with you. The first one is from Meeples & Miniatures, the second one from A Wargaming Gallimaufry. Both are a great read and give you a good impression of the game.
Pick #3 – Rick’s Cafe from Sally4th built by Buck
After so much reading it is time for some pictures. Buck made a great job building Rick’s Cafe. For those who don’t know Rick’s Cafe, it is an awesome kit from Sally4th. Someday I will buy it myself, but till this day I enjoy looking at some finished ones. Buck also has some amazing miniatures to game the whole piece. So enjoy his post.
Pick #4 – Advanced Song of Blades and Heroes
While checking Twitter I stumbled over another great AAR. This time from Sigur on Skirmishwargaming.com. They used the Advanced Song of Blades and Heroes rules. Personally, I never played the game, but after reading this great AAR I am convinced to give it a try. And did I mentioned the great table? But look for yourself.
Pick #5 – Pulp action on the Tibetian Plateau
The last pick is another AAR using Pulp Alley. Lovely terrain, great miniatures and the Tibetian setting – a pretty cool combination. Joakim did a great write up and you will have fun reading it. Maybe you even become curious about pulp gaming.
That’s it for this issue. I hope you like the picks. If you have questions or suggestions for future issues just leave a comment. I highly appreciate it.