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GigaHistorical Day Marietta Georgia

Post by mluther » Sat Oct 13, 2018 1:06 pm

If you can't make Fall In this year we have a really nice Historical Game Day in Georgia.
We plan on a couple of CoC tables-including a SCW game, Two SP games-AWI and Second Seminole War, Baltic Coastal Patrol, Kiss Me Hardy small boats, a modified Floppy hat early SP variant and more. Besides those games we have a couple of Blood & Plunders, SAGA, Gangs of Rome, Wings of Glory WWI air and others. All day gaming. A charity raffle, food and beverages on site-with a great beer assortment.
Starts at 10 am and we'll have games running all day The shop also has one of the best selections of historical gaming minis in the SE USA.
Giga-Bites Café 1851 Roswell Road Marietta, GA 30062
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Re: GigaHistorical Day Marietta Georgia

Post by mluther » Sun Oct 21, 2018 2:21 pm

And more reasons to come for the Free Game Day in Marietta Georgia, Saturday Nov 10th. Some pics of the upcoming games
Rob Tuttle is running a 28mm CoC Spanish Civil War game
ImageSCW 1 by Mark Luther, on Flickr

ImageSCW3 by Mark Luther, on Flickr

ImageSCW4 by Mark Luther, on Flickr

ImageSCW beer by Mark Luther, on Flickr
And to highlight the incredible beer selection, I thought I'd do a beer pairing with the games. For SCW I'll go with Cigar City's Jai Alai IPA Light beer for an early morning game in the Mediterranean sun.

And a preview of my Baltic Coastal Patrol game for those needing to get their Sboote fix

ImageCP2 by Mark Luther, on Flickr

ImageCP1 by Mark Luther, on Flickr

ImageCP3 by Mark Luther, on Flickr

And for this one I recommend Victory Storm King A dark foamy stout to keep the stomach settled.
ImageCPbeer by Mark Luther, on Flickr

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