This past Saturday morning, June 11th, a couple of HAWKs and I headed north to New Jersey Con. After an unexpected tour of Trenton, we arrived at the convention site around 10 am - missing out on the morning session of games. But it gave me time to check out the Bring and Buy as well as the dealers.
|The Bring and Buy room - small but packed with stuff for sale|
|One half of the dealer area - Age of Glory is way back in the corner|
|The other half of the vender area|
|A hot of the main gaming area|
|Another shot from the same spot looking to the left|
|Geoff preparing for his Lego Pirate game|
|A WWI trench battle - Duncan contemplating his next move|
|A view of the FoW and ADLG tournament space|
There was a great 28mm Chain of Command Pegasus Bridge game set up. It seems it was only played one time on Friday night so I missed out on that. But the game remained set up all day on Saturday. Wished they would have ran it a second time. The table terrain and figures looked great, especially the 4Ground bridge.
|View of the entire Pegasus table|
|Some of my favorite building by Crescent Root adorned the table|
|Another eye candy picture|
|A scratch built glider|
|A view through the bridge|
|Geoff's Lego Pirate game|
|Regimental Fire and Fury|
|A Disposable Heroes Game|
|Battle of Albuera|
|Duncan checking out Howard Whitehouse's Flint and Feathers game|
|A large Fields of Glory game|
|Great looking fort - too bad it was just scenery - it played no part in the game|
|Bruce and Dave getting ready to discover that Fields of Glory bogs down once battle lines collide|
But I was able to chat with several friends - John from West Point, Mike from Boston, Jim from NYC, Joe from Delaware, Steve from Age of Glory, talked about ADLG with Don M., .....I also made a few purchases. Overall, I had a good time.
The NJCon staff thanked the HAWKS for attending and running games. Hopefully they will be coming back to Barrage again.