I started wargaming when I was three, with my Dad, on the floor of our bungalow in Scotland, with Lego ironclads and a simple ruleset - the details are lost in the mists of time, but it involved the little 1x1 round cylinders as hit markers I think. Great fun was had, and I fondly remember the Monitor he made for the game.
Fast forward some 24 years and my friend CH brought my attention to a slightly more sophisticated Lego wargame: Mobile Frame Zero: Rapid Attack.
In essence, you build your own army of between 4-8 'frames' with three 'stations' (objectives) then you go up against other players in a fast-paced game in which the objectives are the main thing and you can lose with a completely intact army.
So here's my offering - Force A, of the New Byzant Militia:
Oh, I've done some painting too, but I've not got photos of those yet. So hopefully the Lego stuff will suffice for now!
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