Sunday, 4 April 2010

I'm a happy (Easter) bunny

 Without to much comments...just judge for yourselves...


 
-What is this box doing on the dining table?
Hey, the lid is moving and what are those strange noises?-

-What's happening? Are those toy soldiers?
Help!!! Somebody, help!!!-

-They are taking over the dining room...Save us!-

-It looks like these hussars are part of the vanguard.-

 -Even more cavalry supporting the right flank.
By god...there's even artillery near Charge Hill.-

 -Better get the wife and kids under cover...-

-Jäger and Hussars covering  covering the main body...
that commander does know his trade.-

-Cry havoc and let loose the minimilitivorous dogs of war.-

-There's the last of them, thank God...we might stand a chance yet.-

...doesn't this bring a tear to your eye...
Future posts will make all clear...just enjoy the pictures for now...

Happy gaming, indeed
Pjotr

17 comments:

  1. Now THAT was a magic box!
    A very pleasant and appropriate presentation of a very good-loking army.
    Hoping to enjoy an individual presentation of all those colorful units!

    Congratulations,
    Jean-Louis

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  2. What a wonderful Easter Box that is . . . I wish that I had one too. You must have been a good man for the Bunny to so bless you.

    Enjoy the day (and many more to come).


    -- Jeff

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  3. I didnt even get a Mini Egg! I want a magic Easter Egg Box too. I want one NOW!

    Enjoy your presents!

    Matt

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  4. Happy Easter. (After you finish cleaning up the bodies.)

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  5. Those fellows looked very glad to be let out of the box! Better than a puppy for Christmas any day... :)

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  6. I can feel your gloating from here!
    :)
    A

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  7. Well done, well done. Blessed with wargames armies for Easter,...and many of them French to boot! We in St. Maurice approve. Great presentation. - Mike

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  8. Wow, what a novel idea! Watching your army escape the box seems very satisfying. Well done old boy....

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  9. WOW! Magnificent, thank you for sharing those! I love Spencer Smiths!

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  10. What a lovely Easter post. It brought a smile on a very cold day. Thanks.

    John

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  11. A veritable cornucopia! Are you sure you want to explain away the magic?

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  12. Very pretty, Peter!

    chrissie

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  13. Yummy, better than an Easter egg

    hope none of them were injured getting out of the box, looked like a long jump down - perhaps they absailed down ?

    -- Allan

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  14. Actually, it is Jean-Louis (abdul666) who came up with "minimilitivorous", credit goes to him.

    Pjotr

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  15. Peter, I would secod the idea of leaving them exactly as received, and organizing them into brigades of separate battalions, when using "Charge!" rules; we've done so for years!
    Joe

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  16. You're lucky I was chasing hippies of my property that day...

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