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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Sun 20 Jul 2008 - 8:09

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Jocelyn brushed back her long hair as she applied another bandage to the old warden’s leg. The room was a mess of groaning men. ‘They had been so chivalrous’, she mused to herself, ‘truly her papa would have been proud of them, none had even turned to flee, they had all fallen where they fought. That was what made Brettonia great… well, that and winning sometimes, of course.’

Jean-Pierre knew he had been right not to take the archers on at their own game, but the arrows were still deadly. He had seen too many brave charges disappear in a quagmire of falling horses and blood-soaked knights. And to see his Lord so unceremoniously shot down by the cowards. He should have ordered the retreat, but his anger had been hot, and he was proud of his men. Although he was a bit worried about the two squires. Both had taken serious injuries to the head. Nigel was outside challenging a tree to single combat. That was the third inanimate object he had engaged on the way back to their camp. And he could hear Gusteau, ‘It’s only a flesh wound, let’s get back at them! I slipped, I tell you, next time I’ll have ‘em.’

But where was Geraint? It was with relief that Jean-Pierre heard a familiar voice through the window, ‘Ah, Jean-Pierre, would you be so good as to pass my spare hose and jerkin through the window, preferably before the damsel realises I am here.’

Glancing through the window Jean-Pierre could see why, as he hurriedly passed the embarrassed knight some clothes. ‘What happened, my lord?’ he asked.

‘Um… I think I would rather not talk about it. Ah, you recovered my horse. Thank you. Now, the key thing, Le Tenebreux fell before those bounders shot me did he?’ And when reassured that this was the case, Geraint’s face lit up. ‘Ah yes, you see the key thing is to change target at the last to the helm, very hard to counter quickly. It is how Sir Ulric got his hat-trick at the Louens open last year. Now, that was a fine tournament’.

His reverie was cut short by Jocelyn’s tearful embrace. Geraint tried not to wince from the arrow wounds as he reflected that he really wasn’t missing Marian as much as he would have thought.
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Sun 20 Jul 2008 - 8:47

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Marianne watched Le Moine Tuc as he solemnly pulled the blanket over the marksman’s pallid face. He was a good man, this fat friar, and he loved the Merrie Men as much even as Robin Le Capot himself. As her mind turned to her beloved, Marianne’s legs felt weak and she could feel her neck flush even in the chill sea breeze whistling through the draughty building. Robin of Chalons, her one true love, the man she had followed all the way to Sartosa and would follow even to death. Oh the cruelty of her engagement to that idiot Geraint! She didn’t care that it had been planned since they were both babes in arms – she had never loved him, and his professed love for her seemed to have been but a passing fancy: The word in the inns of Vercuso was that that harlot Jocelyn had taken his fancy! Well, she was welcome to him. Marianne had thought Geraint dead after Beau Coup had shot him from his horse, but one of the men said they’d seen him just a few hours ago, apparently stripped of all his clothes and belongings! Marianne giggled to herself – it served him right for his indifference towards her.

She looked around the upper room that Tuc had fashioned into a make-shift infirmary. As well as the three bodies, a few other men were receiving Tuc’s ministrations. She laughed at Jean Le Petit as he winced when the monk pressed a poultice onto his arm – such a strong, tough man who had seen so many injuries, and yet such a big softy when the battle rage left him!

Next to him, Will L’Écarlate waited patiently in silence. Marianne gasped as she saw the horrible wound on his back, but the wiry young man seemed to have an incredibly high pain threshold. She wasn’t sure whether she liked Will. He was always polite and courteous to her, but she never quite felt comfortable with him, and it didn’t take feminine intuition to see he would like to take Robin’s place in the warband one day.

Finally she peered into the shadows where Le Tenebreux was sitting. He was tapping at his helmet in an attempt to remove the dent from it, and seemed engrossed in his work. She knew nothing about him, save that he was of noble birth. This was the first time she had seen his face, and Robin was strangely reluctant to tell her anything about the black knight. He looked older that she was expecting, and it was clear that he had seen much action, although in the gloom she could hardly make out his features. Suddenly he raised his head and looked straight at her – his eyes were proud, noble, and very sad. Chilled, she looked away immediately, but not before she registered that his face seemed strangely familiar…
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Mon 21 Jul 2008 - 5:09

It has it all: Romance, Action, Sword Fights [plus Jousts], Treachery, Noble Sacrifice, True Love, moments of Drama & Comedy,AND a couple Wonderfully Bad Puns [with puns Bad is Good thumbsup ]. These stories with the BEAUTIFULLY photograhed scenery & minis are the Highlight of my day [image of a Trappist Monk with Gregorian Chants in the background Suspect]. Great Stuff!

On The Joust: I tried it a random distances. The over-runs worked wonderfully well, & perfectly represented the flow of mounted combat. The guy I'm painting the Brettonians for isn't including ANY infantry, so I used dice to represent the supporting troops.

Twice the initial charge resulted in a OOA; with one of these the over-run carried the victorious Knight into the supporting troops [I hadn't worked out the stats for the grunts, so they escaped a sound beating]. There were four combats on foot, as you may have guessed, with one the Victor of the mounted combat was close enough to simply stroll over & dispatch his Unhorsed Adversary. The other three, however, resulted in a rather exciting series of sword fights.

As I mentioned, I only had one Knight all painted up, & he lost in all six bouts to the Pale Knight of Formage. I DID, however have two nicely painted dismounted Knights [Reaper minis by Werner Klocke]. The duels on foot were VERY satisfying little affairs.

NOW I'M HOOKED! I HAVE to paint up some Knights, named them, & do up some fluff. YOU GUYS ARE EVIL! Suspect thumbsup lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Mon 21 Jul 2008 - 7:33

lol! Next you'll be making a model jousting arena! (...like I did a few years ago for Full Tilt! Wink )
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Mon 21 Jul 2008 - 7:49

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lol! Next you'll be making a model jousting arena! (...like I did a few years ago for Full Tilt! Wink )
lol!
WOW, what a concept!...I think a COLD shower is in order here.

From following the Flame On group stories, thus far I've been motivated to knock out two medium sized ships, one of which is a steam powered sidewheeler [the pinnacle of Goblin-tech Suspect ] with a third one underway, a couple of WIP islets for a Venice-like Mordheim board, plans for several Ubergoblin & Goblin pirate crews, not to mention back stories for it all, and a subliminal suggestion scheme to brain wash my old buddy, John, into joining the madness. SO a Jousting Arena has possibitities, but so does commitment to a local Loony Bin. Suspect


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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Mon 21 Jul 2008 - 10:42

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a Venice-like Mordheim board
affraid Now you're doing it to me!
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Tue 22 Jul 2008 - 4:17

I hope this isn't TOO far off subject, but what the heck.

Friend John & I will, hopefully, be sharing a place come ths Fall/Winter with a gaming-room/kitchen separating our ends of the house. The Gaming Table is hexagon shaped about 6' across AND painted to represent water with removable terrain (GeoHex mostly) covering all but those areas where we want water effects; eg, streams & ponds.

The idea with the "Venice like" thingy [Freidachtshafen] is that most of the town/city has through an accidental explosion [fluff forthcoming, but it's ALL the fault of those Rat Guys] sunken. The town is now a series of various sized islets packed with semi-destroyed architecture. The islets are/will be connected at various heights [I tend toward making VERY TALL buildings] by walkways, improvised bridges, & stuff like that. ALL that Lovely water effect will provide the separation & set the mode of travel along with some off shore altercations [YES I get to do MORE SHIPS cheers ].

If you're interested, I'll keep you posted [without stepping on your thread next time Embarassed ]. AND I'll definitely post the fluff in the appropriate section [the "new" Ravings of the Fool section Suspect ]

It's nice to meet a fellow Easily-Enthused-Loony thumbsup .
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Tue 22 Jul 2008 - 4:41

zelophahad, I think we need to build some new boards! bounce bounce bounce
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Tue 22 Jul 2008 - 8:08

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zelophahad, I think we need to build some new boards! bounce bounce bounce
Now look what you've done!

No Luncheim this week by the way, but Saul and I have been trying to catch up with a bit of scenery-making!
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Tue 22 Jul 2008 - 9:22

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No Luncheim this week by the way!

AAAAAAAAAAAAAARRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRGGGGGGGGGH!!!!!!! affraid

Oh well, there'll be more buildings to ogle; you'll be recharged for the games & stories; AND patience is a BLEEDING virtue Suspect !
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Tue 29 Jul 2008 - 5:28

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Beau Coup was enjoying his new-found status among the Merrie Men, and he particularly appreciated the recognition from Robin Le Capot himself. But he knew his continuing respect had to be earned, so he rechecked the first two arrows he had ready to fire as he stood alongside Will L’Ecarlat and the Yew marksmen, up on the gantry overlooking the street. Below him, Le Tenebreux’s black charger pawed the ground and snorted in the cold evening air.


Somewhere down that street were those accursed witch hunters who had almost killed Robin and Jean Le Petit last time they’d met. Robin and Jean had taken the deserters from Le Sanglier off down the street to Beau’s left; Le Moine Tuc, Mademoiselle Marianne and a couple of marksmen had headed down the gantries to his right.



Suddenly Le Tenebreux clattered down the street. Beau assumed he wanted to draw the cowardly witch hunters out of cover so the marksmen could see them, but although he could hear faint shouts and dogs barking, the archers still had no marks.



Beau could hear things going on around him though. Off to the left it sounded like Robin, Jean and the navy lads had engaged the enemy; and to his right he could hear Tuc and Marianne drawing more of their foes in while they took up firing positions to defend themselves.




The black knight started to walk back down the street towards the Beau, Will and the other marksmen, and one of the dogs foolishly strayed out of cover. Half a dozen arrows were instantly loosed, but not one hit the canine, which quickly ran through a doorway and vanished. Beau cursed and wondered how they could all have missed?



* * *

Beau saw very little else during that fight, although he heard afterwards that the witch hunters were soon seen off after their dogs had been sent yelping away with their tails between their legs. Robin and Ash (or Montee as they liked to call him) had both been wounded again but recovered well, but Beau couldn’t help feeling the Merrie Men should have found that fight a lot more straightforward.

He also heard that he was not the only Merrie marksman who had not had his eye in that evening. Everyone’s shooting appeared to be off and the real damage had been done hand-to-hand. He took an arrow out of his quiver, held it vertically with the point in his palm and spinned it to check it was straight. It was bent like a strung bow! He cursed the damp sea air and made a mental note to instruct the men on how to keep their arrows warm and dry.
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Tue 29 Jul 2008 - 7:41

THE RETURN OF LUNCHEIM BATTLE REPORTS, YES! cheers

There seems to have been a heavy dose of The Fog Of War in this one. The narrative from Beau Coup's perspective was Very Cool. GREAT SUFF! AND just in time to save moi from Luncheim Withdrawal Syndrome. Suspect thumbsup
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Tue 29 Jul 2008 - 17:22

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The men were in no mood to be bullied. Broken, battered weapons hung from gaunt, emaciated hands. Faces drooped; necks rolled; muscles quivered. Ludwig Kopf rested a hand on Kurt's shoulder. His eyes took in each man's gaze.

“We fought well today. We closed upon the enemy. We smelled their breath. We saw the whites of their eyes. You are my brave warriors – no, the church's brave warriors”.

Siegfried Gant fingered the dagger at his belt: it was pocked and bent.

“But we still ran, your grace. We are cowards. How can we do Sigmar's work, how can we apprehend the Butcher of Bogenhafen when we cannot even face a cadre of bandits?”.

“We will be strong in our faith”, the priest said. “I shall retire to my meditations, and I shall convene personally with our lord”.

* * *

The mad man's laughter was a sound from the darkest belly of Hell. He fumbled through the corridor, hands grasping the jagged walls. The laceration upon his wrist, that had not bled since he had carved it into his flesh three days ago, began to ooze with blood, not red like that of a man, but black like that of a daemon.

The voice had summoned him here.

The guttering braziers gave life to capering things, formed from shadow and wreathed in death. The lunatic stopped. The beast at the corridor's end observed him. No eyes or mouth or ears or nose sat on that gore coloured face, but still the thing whispered.

“Arack'shiii'ughluuu'utaasgh”.

And Waldorf Kleev knew nothing more.
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Tue 29 Jul 2008 - 17:43

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WarbossKurgan wrote:
zelophahad, I think we need to build some new boards! bounce bounce bounce
Now look what you've done!

No Luncheim this week by the way, but Saul and I have been trying to catch up with a bit of scenery-making!

Don't you two be looking at me for more terrain! lol!

though you could easily do board sections using pink foam....not that i've thought about it or anything....no sketches forming in my head at all! study Shocked Sad
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Wed 30 Jul 2008 - 3:20

Ah, now DARK & BROODING has been added to Bretonnian Romance [& some comic relief]. WELL DONE, Sizzling Gromril! thumbsup

Beyond the GREAT modeling/terrain, the beautifully rendered minis, & ALL the FANTASTIC FLUFF. The absolutely best part about following Luncheim is watching you guys feed off each others enthusiasm. You've got a GREAT THING going with the Flame On Gang [you may have noticed]. AND now blessed knight has volunteered his services [kind of Suspect ] for the next bit of building madness. OH, to be in England [Manchester to be specific]!

Have I mentioned my Bar Wars idea?
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Wed 30 Jul 2008 - 3:32

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Have I mentioned my Bar Wars idea?
Bar Wars? Sounds fun. drunken
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Wed 30 Jul 2008 - 4:59

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Have I mentioned my Bar Wars idea?
Bar Wars? Sounds fun. drunken

WELL YOU ASKED FOR IT! I'll keep this brief: I don't want to intrude on your thread & I'll be expanding the idea in the Freidachtshafen thread anyway. SO...
BAR WARS: In a Gaming Store far, far away there was a promo piece of terrain [2'X2'] made fo War Machine. It had some cool stone work, stairs & a central sewer/water area. I was asked to do "something" with it. In Town Cryer #19 there was a cool article on a bar room brawl, so I turned it into a BIG TAVERN with galleries, over hangs, the works. Well it worked well enough that three other guys wanted some similar drinking hole for their faction/war-band that would link up to the original.

The end result was a transition from the original unarmed brawl into all out war. The object was to take over the rival establishments [corporate take over Mordheim style Suspect ]. Disposed bands were exiled into the ruins of Mordheim, to lick their wounds AND eventually [next game; "eventually" isn't ALL that far off in games] return for revenge & THEIR favored drinking establishment. As far as I known Bar Wars is still going strong somewhere off on the South shore.

The bars were kind of German Beir Gardens; i.e., partly inclosed building style bar & partly walled open-to-the-air "garden". The four sections were separated by narrow alleys & connected by elevated walkways at various heights [these were three to five story buildings]. The combat involved a lot of diving charges, swinging from chandeliers, general Pirate movie stuff, which might be of interest with your group's theme [more detailed descriptions on demand Sir, yes sir! ].
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Wed 30 Jul 2008 - 5:11

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The combat involved a lot of diving charges, swinging from chandeliers, general Pirate movie stuff,
Brilliant! Can't wait to read more about it. pirat
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Wed 30 Jul 2008 - 5:41

There also is a quite detailed Bar Room Brawl scenario in the Mordheim Nemesis Crown supplement available on the Specialist Games website. It is based on that very scenario from the Town Cryer magazine. You might also like to have a look at that...

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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Wed 30 Jul 2008 - 9:01

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AND now blessed knight has volunteered his services [kind of Suspect ] for the next bit of building madness.
To be fair, Blessed Knight (aka Lee) has already made quite a lot of our scenery for us - viz. the hovels, the big statue, the wizard's tower, one of the town houses, a Bretonian chapel (yet to be painted), and the awesome city-wall inn! Oh yeah - and the privy of course!
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Wed 30 Jul 2008 - 17:15

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a Bretonian chapel (yet to be painted),!


THAT's what i'd not seen yet! pirat I was sure here was still something due to appear and with that Clock tower thingy!

i'll try and doodle some Ve(rmi)nice pics soon. I'm thinking platforms that'll use our current buildings...
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Thu 31 Jul 2008 - 7:27

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i'll try and doodle some Ve(rmi)nice pics soon. I'm thinking platforms that'll use our current buildings...

That's also what I've got going with the Freidachtshafen Project;i.e., a watery colored board with movable islet bases & mostly removable structures [multi-purposing is THE WAY to go for we of finite life spans]. I'm also thinking of some long connecting bridges that are large enough for structures to be included. I think we're feeding off each others enthusiasm [insanity].

BTW I LOVE what you did with the Wizards Tower, the City Wall Inn AND especially the Privy [ Suspect ]. thumbsup

@zelophahad Thanks for letting me know the creator of some of your beautiful buildings.
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Thu 31 Jul 2008 - 11:11

While reading your great (!) battle reports, one question popped up in my mind: which rules do you use for the merry men? I can't remember reading it anywhere.
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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Thu 31 Jul 2008 - 17:08

Zelophahad uses the Outlaws of Stirwood Forest rules.

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PostSubject: Re: Luncheim in Manchester (the Flame On guys) - Pic heavy!   Thu 31 Jul 2008 - 17:19

That is one heck of a shooty warband. I definitely would play against that without lots and lots of terrain Wink.

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