Clan markings for each of the Comanche hunting parties. They’ll each have different characteristics for the game.
On Saturday I’ll head down to the first annual Veterans Memorial Museum Day in Chehalis a couple of hours from home. I’ll be running my first game of The Buffalo Hunt.
I wrote about this project in July. I thought it would be a simple project with a few buffalo, use my existing Comanches, play a fast and loose set of rules. Easy cheesy.
Nothing is ever easy cheesy.
I ended up painting six little groupings of buffalo totaling 42 miniatures in all. I also painted some 14 predators, including eight wolves and six bears.
Six obstinacies of Buffalo as they will appear in Saturday’s game. No, not quite like they’ll appear. They’ll be spread around the table and there will be terrain. But you get the idea.
I lost my patience with Wargames Foundry in Great Britain as I waited impatiently eight weeks for my order. E-mails and TMP posts a-go-go.
I re-wrote a fun and easy set of rules and made them a little less easy. I’m hoping they’re still fun.
Incredible, if ridiculously late bears by Foundry. Wolves are mixture of figures from Foundry and Alternative Armies.
I painted another twelve Comanche figures, certain I didn’t have enough. I remounted another 14 or so from bases that seemed like nothing could be removed from them.
Despite the lack of easy cheesy, I’m quite pleased that a scant two months after ordering the first batch of figures, the project is pretty much done. There will be no more Indians, predators or buffalo. Just tweaking of the rules.
Now I can get back to the Philippines, a few AWI figures, and start working on planes for Vietnam.
I’ll letcha know how Saturday went.