Bob and I set about fighting a small battle to control a village somewhere in Russia.
The Whites had 50 infantry, 16 cavalry, a gun, a Rolls Royce armoured car and a heavy machine gun. The Reds had 80 infantry, 2 Renault machine gun armoured tanks a gun and 8 cavalry.
My troops take up position
Ivan and his armoured car and a squad of infantry wait in a nearby forest.
My gun covers the road supported by 3 squadrons of cavalry
Bob's Russian infantry move forward
2 squads of red infantry sprint down the road
The 'Reds' cavalry actually they are Metropolitan police which I converted and painted many years ago.
Red Cavalry move forward.
My men wait in ambush for the advancing Red Infantry
A brave Red Guard Officer peeks around his troops.
The Reds gunners take aim.
With my armoured car silenced the Red Guard advance more boldly.
A welcome return by Kitten Force. Kingston who is half of Kitten Force and as laid back as the island capital he is named after walked across the table, inspected the 'Butcher's Bill' and was singularly unimpressed by the tactics and the rules!
To be honest it wasn't the best game. I shouldn't have given the Reds two tanks, they were in the box and I wanted to just get them out having discovered them again. The figures promised so much and looked good but we tried a set of free rules which I had adapted before discovering the Warhammer Great War rules rules on my shelf which might have been a better option, but you only earn by experience. So these 54mm figures have gone back in their boxes for another time.