Saturday: 2:00pm to 6:00pm

A Crossroads in Spain, Part 2
French and Allied British and Spanish meet in a meeting engagement to take a crossroad vital for supplies near the town of St Catherine in 1809. Vincent Booth hosts this Napoleonic skirmish for 4 players using Sharp Practice rules in 28mm. Losers of the morning game are now entrenched in the town. Attackers  must win to remove all presence from the area.
Star Trek: Dominion War
2375 (stardate 52679.4) An alliance of Starfleet, Klingon, and Romulan forces versus Dominion, Cardassian, and Breen forces at the Second Battle of Chin’toka. Addison Gow hosts this science fiction fleet action for 4 players using Metaverse rules.
Hard Brexit, or Romani Ite Domun
Britain is overrun by bloody foreigners from Europe. Time to fight back. Chieftain Pidyn Meddal has had enough and has rallied his warriors to strike at the Roman troops under the command of Legatus Media Procuratio. The Romans have been rounding up cattle as ‘tax’ to feed the legion. Pidyn Meddal has set an ambush to jump the returning Roman troops to recover the cattle. Will the troops of the Roman Empire be able to move the herd back to the camp, thus reinforcing the might of Rome? Or will the warbands of Britain have the time and fury to strike a blow for freedom and independence? Tempus Fugit! Sean Malcolmson hosts this 28mm ancient battle for 4 players, using Infamy, Infamy! rules.
Warhammer Underworlds: Harrow Deep
Bryan Michenfelder and Hal Legget run this game for 6 players. If time permits a second game will be run in the session.
The Pasta Bandits – D&D 5E for 1st Level Players
The Pasta Bandits – three catfolk bandits called Gnocchi, Tortelli and Ravioli – have been raiding the local farmer’s chicken coops and stealing chickens, as well as using their granaries as litterboxes. The farmers have pooled their money together to hire the player characters to find the bandits and put an end to their thieving ways.
This is a fun, rather silly romp by the DM Lair team released via the Open Gaming License 1.0A. This is an excellent way to bring new players into the D&D 5e universe. Young players are welcome with an adult helper.
Pre-generated characters with minis will be available, but you can bring your own 1st level PC created from the PHB Sourcebook as well.
Players will need to bring paper and a pencil/pen for notes and a set of dice (though sets will be available to borrow for the game). If bringing your own PC, you should also bring a mini and your character sheet. Everything else will be provided.
Sandra Sine is the DM for this Dungeons & Dragons 5e adventure for 4 to 6 players.
The Battle of Cynoscephalae  197 BC
Roman legionaries clash with the mighty Macedonian phalanx as the emerging Roman Empire takes on the successors to the realm of Alexander The Great. The Roman general Titus Quinctius Flamininus, including some Greek allies from the Aetolian League has invaded Macedonia.The armies just about stumbled into each other, near  Cynoscephalae  in Central Greece, discovering that they were each the other side of a range of hills. The Macedonians, under their King Philip V, moved over the ridge first, splitting their forces into two columns, and attacking downhill towards the Roman camp. Stephen Lindsey hosts this 15mm ancient battle for 6 players. It will feature more than 2,000 miniatures and use De Bellis Multitudinus rules.
The Second Battle for Kesternich, 30 January, 1945
The Bulge was a bust.  The Germans are spent.  It’s time to go back on the attack and push to the Rhine.  The first step is to retake the village of Kesternich. Mike Manning presents this classic 1/72nd scale WW2 game using Rapid Fire! rules for 4 players.
Battle of the Narrow Seas
A small ship naval battle for control of the English Channel shipping lanes. You are the captain of a small but powerful warship off the Coast of France in the spring of 1944. Your flotilla is in charge of escorting vital supplies through dangerous shipping lanes to beleaguered troops. However, the unthinkable has happened and you have crossed the path of a similarly powerful enemy flotilla with vital cargo ships steaming along. Chaos ensues and it is every ship for himself. “Man all battle stations and load the guns!” Dave Mattison presents this WW2 naval game for 4 players using Warlord Games’ Cruel Seas rules and 1/300 scale models.