Wargaming in Bath Maine

Wargaming in Bath Maine

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Peter Rice

Coastal History: Bath played large role in miniature gaming

Like many nerds of my generation, I played some Dungeons & Dragons during my junior high school years.

Sometimes it was an ancient DOS computer version, and sometimes I would head over to my buddy’s house to play with some other guys. I generally played a wizard named Fishlips, and sometimes the games would get tense. One session ended in a brawl in the front yard, where the guy who played the Cleric received the worst wedgie I have ever seen. I think the group fizzled out after that.

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Holy German Knights Birthday Gift

 

day of battleHoly German Knights Batman! 

A belated but heartfelt thank you to my amazing brother David for his Holy German Knights.

How many games can say that actually got painted soldiers on their birthday?  Well I did.

David hired the talented Peter Rice from Chain of Command to paint these wonderful figures.  Then peter mailed them to me.

Peter’s painting is world renown for their amazing detail.  I highly recommend toy check him out.

Thank you David.

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