Whats going on in July

So we have a couple of events continuing and coming up in July so thought it would be good to let everyone know whats going on

Firstly on normal club nights we have our first pairings for our 40k league getting underway as well as our next batch of blood bowl games in their league


For our MTG players the 16th of July will see our draft for core set 2019, tickets of which can be bought from our store or on a club night, full details can be found on the event page here https://www.facebook.com/events/590481758081267/

As for external events on Saturday the 21st we have our Shroud of the reaper event our first Kings of War tournament being run by some of our members with some great prize support and Sponsorship from companies. At the time of posting this there is still currently 1 spot left in the tournament all details can be found here  https://www.facebook.com/events/2001912936744684/

The Battle of Fontenay le Marimo

Last weekend saw the clubs second large scale bolt action weekend take place with 8 players coming down to play a 12,000 pts aside game, the sides were split with British and Russian forces on one side and a combination of German, Finish and Japanese forces on the other.

The first 2 turns of the battle took place at night leading to both sides taking advantage of the limited visibility to get into position

Once night broke the frighting got alot more frequent with control of some objectives seeing multiple units try to claim them over the course of the game

This is probably most true for the Finish and British forces fighting over one of the objectives that took heavy casualties from an artillery strike early into the game

One objective saw very little action in the early part of the game but came to be crucial in the final few turns was the battle in the middle of the bridge, with a force of bamboo spearmen sailing to it to try and lay claim to it first at the mid point of the game very few of any of the units sent to it survived fro long out in the open

At the other end of the table despite the German’s tank brigade of panthers and even a king tiger the objective spent almost the hole game under the control of the British with their own support from the Russian tanks

As the game came to its close on the Sunday at the end of the 6th turn the score’s  were close (66-60) but it was a victory for the British and Russians

Plans are already underway for next years game with ideas for what the scenario and objectives will be

Wolsung Zombie review

As some of you may know as a club we are currently working away hard on our salute board for this year a zombie invasion board of salute itself, in contacting various companies for use of the logos and images Micro art studio nicely sent us a set of their Wolsung zombies to use on the stand as well


The box they sent us was 7 multi-part resin zombies, 3 with guns, 3 melee and 1 in a phone box with rules cards for the models. Each model came in its own little baggie



All the models came in 3 parts with the torso and heads being all 1 piece and the arms separate and required a small amount of cleaning before assembly



Cleaning the models for assembly was very easy, the larger sections of flash were easy to remove and it was nice and obvius what needed trimming and there were no noticeable mold lines either meaning assembly was very quick and easy



The models themselves are all nicely sculpted wand capture the movement of a zombie well, they have some nice details as well that makes them stand out from  other zombie models as well and should make a nice addition to our board



All in all these are nicely detailed easy to clean and assemble models, and the whole Wolsung range looks to have some nice characterful models that i would definitely consider looking to get more of

Clubs Christmas Schedule

As some of our older regulars will know we are always closed for a period over the Christmas holidays.

Monday 19th December will be our last club night of this year and we come back for the new year on Monday January 2nd (only a 1 week closure this year)

For those of you that we don’t see on our last night of the year on behalf of the club we hope you enjoy your time celebrating in what ever way you chose and look forward to seeing you all in the new year


As some of you may know from talking at club (or having played with it) the club has recently purchased a set of the planechase anthology for use on club nights for our MTG players. If anyone wishes to use this set then either chuck a message onto the FB page or ask one of us on the night and we can sort it out for you.


For those of you who don’t know what this is or for those of you who haven’t had a chance to see it yet I thought it would be worth doing a post about everything that is in this box

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Getting frosty in Frostgrave

Spread before you are the icy ruins of a once magnificent city. Others eke out a meager existence combing through the trash, but that’s not good enough for you. You want it all and you know how you’re going to get it!

This isn’t a grisly prediction of the fall of London, but the setting of Frostgrave, a relatively new tabletop skirmish game created by Osprey Publishing. Many of us at Bexley Reapers are keen to try it out and with this in mind, we’re going to be starting up an ongoing campaign that will have us conjuring demons, grabbing treasure and taking the odd arrow to the knee.

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