|David and sons playing Custer's Last Stand, by The Leuchars Veterans.|
|Another view of the game.|
|The French peasants try to remove food and animals to the safety of the monastery, to keep them safe from the English|
|The French troops attempt to hold off the English.|
|A convoy of supplies can be seen en route to the monastery.|
|Another view of the monastery.|
|The Geek Room ran a Warzone participation game.|
|A view of the hall.|
|Falkirk and District Wargames Club ran a novel Blood Eagle participation game based around longships.|
|South East Scotland Wargames Club put on a Samurai demonstration game.|
|David's AVP figures, which earned him 2nd place in the open competition.|
|Matthew's winning Iron Man figure.|
The Bring and Buy was reasonable, with quite a few tempting potential purchases. I largely managed to resist. I got all the items that were on my list and made a bit of cash on the bring and buy, to balance the books.
The show is not really big enough to spend a whole day at it. We were tied, due to b&b and painting competitions, to staying to the end. The weather put paid to going for a walk to fill time. That said, there was plenty of time for a good chinwag with the traders and exhibitors. A good day all in all.