As I mentioned in a recent blog entry, David Crook has used the imagi-world of 1891 that I created as the background to a wargame he has recently fought. He has written a long and very interesting battle report on his blog – A Wargaming Odyssey – and has given permission for me to feature the photographs of his battle – The Battle of Keder Sirte – here.
The Battle of Keder Sirte
The Fezian forces occupy the high ground (top left of the photographs) and await the attack of the larger Rusland force (advancing from the right of the photographs).
David fought this battle using a slightly modified version of the first edition of my PORTABLE WARGAME rules.
All the preliminary information relating to this punitive expedition can be found at:
- A Punitive Expedition Part 1
- A Punitive Expedition Part 1A
- A Punitive Expedition Part 2
- A Punitive Expedition Part 3
- A Punitive Expedition Part 4
- A Punitive Expedition Part 4A
It will be nice to see how this first battle set in the imagi-world of 1891 turns out, and I will certainly read David’s battle report with interest.
David has now used the imagi-world of 1891 as a background for a campaign of his own. He has written a very interesting scenario that will probably see the Empire of Rusland mount a punitive expedition across the border with the Sublime Sultanate of Kezia.