I didn't photograph all the games, but took some shots of Saturday's two-part Sellwords game. The two linked scenarios involved obtaining runes from a stone circle, protected by undead, which would help to unlock a tomb containing ancient treasure, again protected by undead!
The party consisted of a Human fighter, wizard and ranger, with an Elf, Dwarf and Halfling burgler
This started off very well for the PCs as we reached the stone circle and took out two of the skeleton guardians before we drew a card to activate the monsters!
Having obtained the runic code the PC's need to search the 4 ruined houses in the village to find a rune stone and press the appropriate runes to open the door to the tomb. Then simply rush in, destroy all the various undead guardians, grab the loot and rush out....simples!
And starts laying into the undead, except more start turning up behind him. A couple of really rubbish combat rolls saw the Dwarf unconscious on the ground. The party decided to press on and pick him up on the way back!
The wraith moves closer and is blasted by a fireball, but then the fighter's nerve breaks and he flees, chased by the wraith. As they rush out of the ruin the lobs two well-aimed vials of Holy Water, taking the Wraith down to 1 HP.
A shortage of targets for a fireball...
The party got back to the Dwarf and grabbed him but a load more skeletons arrived and the ranger was knocked down as well. The wizard grabbed him and slung him over his shoulder.
The Halfling covered the wizard's retreat until they both finally escaped.
After that we had a go at GW's Kill Team, using Marks excellent set up of MDF terrain from TTCombat . Mark has storage issues and has kept the bulk of the scenery unglued so he can store them as flatpack! It also meant that we had fun assembling a 3-d jigsaw before the game.
Here's a couple of shots before we started the game. I'm not sure why the colour has come out a bit funny in these photos?