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Microbiggie29 Sep 2017 6:11 p.m. PST

If you can make it to the Atlanta area this Nov 11 Veterans Day you be able to get in on be a day of historical miniature gaming at Gigabites Cafe. We're calling it Lardy Day because all the games will be featuring rules from Toofatlardies. At this point we have several WWII games using the excellent Chain of Command rules, a small boat (PT boat/MTB/ Schnellboat) game, a French & Indian game and a Pirate game or two. This is a free event, and we are hoping to get folks who have played these rules and those that are intrigued by the company catch phase of 'Playing the Period not the rules.'
There's plenty to do in ATL besides an all day free gaming event, so make it a weekend.
Gigabites Café is the South's premier gaming café which not only has a large amount of gaming space and games but a fantastic beer assortment and eats.
Gigabites Café:https://giga-bitescafe.com/

For info email Mark Luther at mhluther76 at gmail dot com

Clays Russians03 Oct 2017 8:57 a.m. PST

Are youzz giving Pickett' charge a test drive?

Microbiggie03 Oct 2017 2:52 p.m. PST

No one has opted to run a game of Pickett's Charge yet. What we are trying to do is get a lot of good looking games out on the tables that can be set up and played in just a couple of hours. So Sharp Practice and Chain of Command predominate
I really think we'll have a great looking Game Day at a fantastic location. And its FREE!
Mark

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