With the glossy new republication of 'Pony Wars' by the late Ian Beck, I still have my original 1980 copy, I have a feeling we might be seeing a resurgence of interest in Plain Indians and 7th Cavalry games and the Barnsley chaps show how appealing these games are especially in 28mm.
Barons War, 28mm- Barons War Facebook Group/Warhost
Wow! I can see why Steve lingered over this table, what a stunning table and lovely looking game. Our hobby shown at its best which even the casual onlooker couldn't not find themselves wanting to know more. Excellent.
As someone who has spent the last eighteen months building and rigging 1:700th ships for Trafalgar, I have to say this game is ridiculous, well ridiculously amazing; building a collection of figures and terrain in 40mm being mad enough but then to populate the table with fully rigged warships complete with crew has to be up there in the realms of extreme eccentricity and why I love this hobby so much.
WWII really accentuated the empty battlefield effect of modern weaponry and the period is always a balancing act of the wargamer looking to get the toys out on the table versus depicting that emptiness particularly when it comes to the larger scale of figures.