But enough of that, you want my Salute Loot post.
The bits in the freebie bag - Agincourt longbowman, die and a fire arc template:
From Brigade Models - a building and two repair crews in different helmet types:
Perry 28mm plastic WotR light cavalry:
From Donnington Miniatures - 24 Bulgar cavalry (15mm):
From Figures in Comfort - some Litko hex flight bases and some 1.5" flight pegs:
Some Foundry figures and some Copplestone beat cops
From Northumbrian Tin Soldiers - the Night Folk teddy bears pack. I've got absolutely no use whatsoever for these, but they are cute and will be fun to paint!
I picked these rules up for pulp gaming:
Pre-order of Old glory 15 Koreans from Timecast. When I opened the package on getting home I found that 5 of the 8 packs were incorrect. I quickly spotted what must have happened - they'd accidentally picked Ming packs instead of the Koreans. I've sent them an email to try to get things sorted out.
|The 5 incorrect packs|
|The 3 correct packs|
|NSL power armour reinforcements|
|Hover tanks, heavy APC and fan van|
|One each of the new merchant ships. The one on the right isn't released yet, but Jon knew I'd want it so he had brought one to the show for me.|
On top of these, I also came away with some freebies.
Ashley (Paint It Pink) had won these in a prize draw, but as she doesn't do 15mm now she gave them to me as a birthday gift. That was very nice of her - thank you m'dear! :)
|Some UNSC Light Infantry|
|Some grav vehicles|
|Four 25mm power armour troops. I'll need to check the GZG site to find out which ones they are.|
As a thank you for helping out with his Agincourt game, Damian from Donnington Miniatures gave each of us a packet of the new Hundred Years War casualties. I got a French pack.
That was certainly a lot of loot to haul back home. I'm glad that I'd invested in a backpack that converts to a trolley-case as I'd have had difficulty carting it home otherwise.