Well I finally made it to that mythical land known only as ‘Lard Island’ and despite all the warnings I received on my journey (see previous post), I found The Lord of Lard (aka, Rich Clarke) to be a wonderful host indeed. I arrived at Lard Central at midday, and after a quick chat with
Too Fat Lardies
Mike Hobbs’s Journal 26th March. Reading Services. __Left South Wales at 8:35 P. M, on 24th March, arriving at Pilning early next morning; should have arrived at 6:46, but train was an hour late. Pilning seems a wonderful place, from the glimpse which I got of it from the train and the little I could walk through the streets.
One of the new features in Sharp Practice 2 are deployment points which are used as entry points for your forces, players get at least 1 of these per side but some units give extra ones that add a bit of unpredictability to games (its all explained in this post from the Too Fat Lardies
I’ve had a couple of people ask about army lists for the War of 1812 mod I’m doing for Sharp practice 2 and so I thought I’d post some info on the current plan as Rich has explained in a recent post on Lard Island news the idea is for players to have a core force
Carrying on with the series on the War of 1812, this time I’m going to cover the British, Canadian and Indian forces I have painted up and ready to use. if you haven’t read my previous post on the American forces it might be a good idea to have a quick look at it as
The latest Meeples show has been released and I have to say its rather good go and visit the main site and have a listen episode 167 this episode features interviews with Kirsty Rogers of the Royal Armouries and the Lard Father himself Rich Clarke
If you’ve listened to Meeples and Miniatures (episode 167 ) you might be aware that I’m going to write a Pint Sized Campaign book for the new Sharp Practice 2 rules by Too Fat Lardies, so expect a few more posts about this subject. what I’ll try and do is use this blog to host information