With Bristol's Winter Wonderlard annual 'Lardy Day' falling victim to Covid restrictions earlier in the year, David Hunter organised an inaugural Gert Lush Lard at the end of October with several games being put on by notable Lardy fans - giving me the opportunity to try out some games/periods I'd not yet, kicking off in the morning with my first game of Infamy, Infamy!
Although the game is set around the early Imperial Roman era, this didn't stop Colin Murray hosting a lovely looking Late Roman period game for us, with the Roman's (Frazer and Ben) attempting to defend their villas and vineyards from the depravations of some marauding Goths! (Alex and myself).
The game started well on activations for the Romans with two groups of Comitatenses turning up (Legionaries in Late Roman speak I believe)...
I must say I quite enjoyed that and found Infamy, Infamy! a lot of fun which enough similarities and differences to Sharp Practice to make playing it worthwhile. I must get around to finishing off my Ancient German army I started painting for the game one day! :-) Thanks to Colin.