Litko (basing materials, semi annual sale) $121.52; Wizard Kraft terrain $822.15
3rd Quarter Totals: $943.67
ECW Foote 40/200 points
Thracian Peltasts 24/120 pts, Thracian Light Cavalry 8/80 points
Roman cavalry 22/220 points, Roman and Spanish generals 2 mounted, 2 foot/- 30 points
3rdd Quarter Total: 650 points
Castillon July 17, 1453 (Zoom, FoB WotR trial rules), Hedgely Moor April 25, 1464 (ditto),
Generic Test of Resolve* Playtest game (Zoom) with Irish troops on one wing.
1st battle of St Albans, May 22, 1455 (Test of Resolve, Zoom), Punic Heirs (TTS!, solo)
3rd Quarter Total: 5 (1 solo, 4 Zoom)
Test of Resolve is a set of wargames rules in development by Tim Couper and David Knight in Scotland for battles of the Wars of the Roses and contemporaneous conflicts. It developed out of the earlier playtests of a WotR adaptation of Field if battle, 2nd edition. It still uses cards (although in a somewhat different fashion from FoB), but only D12's are used and combat resolution etc is quite different from FoB. The various battles of the Wars of the Roses include many unusual actions, and Tim and David (with some assist from myself and a few others) are testing both the rules and scenarios for most if not all of the battles of the Wars. We've been using Tim's figures (25 mm), and Zooming to Scotland for the games. All of the games are intended to fit on a 6 x 4 foot table, and to play out in 3 hours or less. So far, that has been the case with every game, even with the inherent inefficiencies of gaming by Zoom.
Spending on figures remains minimal as I paint through a substantial chunk of the Lead Pile!