Well, that about wraps it up for this year.  With the release of C&C Napoleonics and the new edition of Battle Cry, 2010 was the year of BROG for me. In addition, as one may observe in my "photo" section, I also purchased Kallistra terrain boards so I could play the aforementioned games with 15mm miniatures.  I ended the year working on two armies (Rome and Carthage) for C&C: Ancients, although this time in 6mm.  (Once again, see my photo section...)

 

Ah, next year...  Resolutions abound!  Clean out the closet and sell off those games I'll never play. I don't think I could ever only have a hundred games, but I shouldn't hold on to games I'll never punch.  In 2011 I hope to be more conservative in my purchases and spend more time with those "golden oldies" sitting in the closet.  I'll also make sure  to schedule at least one face-to-face game during my busiest months.And I'll post more photos of those 6mm figures as they get painted....

 

Oh yeah, I'll drop 15 pounds, of course!

 

Happy New Year everyone.  Good luck with all your resolutions.

 

Dave

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