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    El Presidente is currently indisposed wearing a white hat amongst a sea of green with blue and white flags. So his trusty sidekick the humble note taker is summarising the news from the front. July was a busy month at both venues in the club with good turnouts and a wide variety of games being…

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    Welcome everyone to February’s Despatches. We have now commenced our outreach to schools in the vicinity of Blackburn. Whilst we’ve had more new members join NWA in the past six months than more than the previous six years (even if we exclude COVID) there’s still opportunity for us to offer gaming opportunities to people of…

  • Wargamers, like any specialist hobbyist, have there own particular foibles which are endearing to some (but maybe not everyone). The ideal partner for a wargamer needs 22 attributes. See how you rate in this amusing article. Or perhaps you can think of some more?-  

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    Epic: Armageddon is Games Workshop’s game of warfare in the 41st millennium played in 6mm scale. This means that the height of a human figure (Space Marine or Imperial Guardsman) is 6mm, which is a scale of 1:300.

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    The ground scale used in Epic: Armageddon permits a game of manoeuvre to occur on a normal sized table. With each formation being roughly the equivalent of a typical 40k army and these being able to move around the table without necessarily being in combat from the first turn, it is clear that Epic caters…

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    An army in Epic: Armageddon consists of a number of units, just as in Warhammer 40K. Units are whole companies, rather than platoons. See the article for a sample Imperial Gurd army and some photos of Epic: Armageddon models.

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    9-Aug-08 What Was In The Main Hall part 1

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    Field of Glory (FOG), Hordes of the Things (HOTT), Western desert during World War 2 using Flames of War, Epic: Armageddon in 6mm and also the full size Warhammer 40K were some of the games underway at the Mitcham meeting of NWA on 28th March 2008. The Old West campaign also continued, with plenty of gunplay.

  • Have a look below at just some of the games being played at the Mitcham venue during this meeting. I did not have time to photograph all that was going on, but the AWI game was extremely well presented. Even better, the players of all ages had great fun.

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    Cheezecon is a wacky tournament you are having when you are not having a tournament. It is a fun experience and being competitive just doesn’t count. The Warhammer 40K “tournament” was organised by the founder of Cheezecon – Craig Wyton.

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    A practise night for some of the games which will be shown at Games 2007 was held at Mitcham with only a couple of weeks to go before the big event. Games 2007 isthe open day to the public for Nunawading Wargames Association Inc. (NWA) to show off how much fun wargaming can be.

  • NWA meeting at Mitcham with the Hordes of the Things, War Machine, World War 2, DBM, Saxon versus Norman, Napoleonics, Warhammer 40K and more.