Activity at the workbench is slowly returning to normal with two groups of figures currently in progress. Farthest along in the painting process are a dozen Wargames Foundry Sikh noble cavalry for the Great Game project. These wild guys outfitted in all manners of dress will likely roll off the painting desk this weekend.
The second group of figures in work is 36 x 15mm Lancashire Games' Austrians for the 1859 project. These 36 figures will comprise 2 x 18 figure battalions of a four battalion regiment. The other two battalions will make it into the painting queue a little later.
On the gaming front, Kevin and Jake joined to give Impetvs Baroque its first outing on the table. Despite this being the first game, the game progressed smoothly. A few questions surfaced during the game but most were addressed satisfactorily. Play was quick with a decision taking under three hours. A BatRep and rules' review will follow at some point.
Finally, in a continuation of the running battles of Pharsalus using Commands & Colors Ancients, Caesar beat Pompey twice. In the first of the two contests, Pompey was thrashed 7 banners to 0. Impressive victory for Caesar!