Little did the small village of Grumley's Tavern know, Fritz had landed via submersible a few miles down the coast and was planning to take out the new rockets.
For the scenario, the Germans had to destroy both rocket platforms. One was close, but defended, the other deep in enemy territory. They were lightly armed in the contraption department, but had a marine autogyro and Rokkitruppen.
The Home Guard (I painted them in a day) come to the defense!
The unsuspecting village of Grumley's Tavern
A Smedley-Smutt's patented Anti-Airship Rocket
Tricycle artillery and a new Red Knight charge out
Some sneaky Krauts
Are the Home Guard Prussian figures painted in red?
They shore look purdy.
That looks suspiciously like a suburb of Walmington-on-Sea.
Does the local Home Guard include a certain Lance Corporal Jones? He knows what to do: don't panic, and go at them with the cold steel. They don't like it up them, you see.
Looks great, and lots of fun. The Anti-Airship rocket - what model is it?
Rockets are Armourcast makes them. Or used to.
Bill, home Guard are really British in the uniform they wore whhile not stationed abroad. They re Ironclad miniatures. I have the real Guardsmen in Bearskins too.
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