Well after perusing the "Frontier" book and noticed that they have a section in their for competitive gaming and the rules for building your Posse's for competitive gaming, my son and I decided that we should probably pick up the supplement instead of learning another rule set. As I stated in my New Years Resolution, I need to cut down on the new games I pick up and concentrate on the one's I have. I also stated that I will be getting more involved in LoTOW this year. Just 10 more days until we move, then my two core games will be Warhammer 40K, and Legends of The Old West. This will be followed by Warhammer Fantasy and Lord of the Rings. If time allows I will then also play other games.
Last year I purchased plenty of building for LoTOW to play the game, but we were lacking in the rest of the terrain. Seeing how Games Plus has 'everything' there, I decided to check out some the terrain that they also have. Tim K over at "Cursed Treasures" has gotten me hooked on loading the table up with terrain, and the terrain does really make the table look awesome and fun to play on.
I headed on down to the terrain aisles and came across the following items that I thought we would add to our games.
Wooden Fences - 6 pieces
Wooden Boxes and Crates (8) pre-painted
Wooden Barrels (approx. 22)
All of these items are made by "Pegasus Hobbies", and I already own one of their fence sets, so adding the above to our collection will nicely fill out our gaming table.
With LoTOW Frontier and the above terrain, I walked out of Games Plus for close to the same price as what the rule book for "Rules of Engagement" would have cost me. I still would like to play the WWII Skirmish game (maybe if I meet up with Rob and Tim) but I really want to concentrate on LoTOW first.
April is going to be a real busy month for me in regards to painting..... Now I need to add my Old West building to list of items to paint.