Somewhere in India

Started by FierceKitty, 24 November 2023, 12:54:52 PM

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FierceKitty

Lee and I played Alexander vs Poros today. Lee had high hopes of scaring me into the wrong moves with that massive Nellie assault, and I won't say it didn't alarm me. Nonetheless, my namesake triumphed, though himself a casualty of a very tough fight....
Figures mainly a mix of Pendraken and Newline. Some Irregular Miniatures and Magister Militum, peace be upon them.
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Big Insect

Elephants in attack column ... now that is worrying!
Just like buses - you wait an hour and then 3 elephants all come along at once !!!
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FierceKitty

Well, they're really march columns. But by the time they'd deployed Lee had other things on her mind than photography.
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Last Hussar

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Big Insect

Quote from: Last Hussar on 24 November 2023, 04:04:20 PMSand people ride in single file to disguise their numbers.

Is that like Elephants hiding under rhubarb leaves?
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Ithoriel

Good looking game, well done to both Alexanders :)

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paulr

:-bd  =D>  :-bd

A dozen elephants :o  :o  :o
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FierceKitty

Quote from: paulr on 24 November 2023, 05:43:32 PM:-bd  =D>  :-bd

A dozen elephants :o  :o  :o

I had a burning pigs ambush in the right place. Unfortunately, in the same location Lee had an ambush of great big Indians with great big swords, so all I achieved was to provide the Indians with bacon for breakfast.
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Last Hussar

Quote from: Big Insect on 24 November 2023, 04:24:29 PMIs that like Elephants hiding under rhubarb leaves?
Why do elephants paint thier balls red?
So they can hide in cherry trees.
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Orcs

Q- How do elephants hide in the Jungle?

A- Paint their testicles red and hide up cherry trees

Q What the loudest noise in the jungle?

A- Giraffes eating cherries
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Quote from: Orcs on 25 November 2023, 03:15:19 PMQ- How do elephants hide in the Jungle?

A- Paint their testicles red and hide up cherry trees

Q What the loudest noise in the jungle?

A- Giraffes eating cherries

THers Kitty trying have a serious post and he gets hit with this  ;D  ;D
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Quote from: Lord Kermit of Birkenhead on 25 November 2023, 03:30:40 PMTHers Kitty trying have a serious post and he gets hit with this  ;D  ;D

SIR! SIR! Ithoriel started it!
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