Salute 2017 – Horse & Musket

Salute 2017 saw Dalauppror return with another great looking wargames table. Fort Mosquito was the semi-historical setting for a battle between Swedish and Dutch colonial forces in mid-17th century Delaware.

Wargames table showing a coastline with boats approaching

Fort Mosquito by Dalauppror

View from behind a sailing ship and row boats towards shore

Fort Mosquito by Dalauppror

A small redoubt next to a quay and Swedish troops

Fort Mosquito by Dalauppror

Two canoes with native warriors

Fort Mosquito by Dalauppror

A small band of irregular troops under trees

Fort Mosquito by Dalauppror

Troops moving through a hamlet with civilians and pigs

Fort Mosquito by Dalauppror

A coastal fort under attack from sea

Fort Mosquito by Dalauppror

Warlord Wargamers played the Battle of Inverlochy 1645 during the Scottish Civil War using the Pike & Shotte rules.

Two pike armed armies meeting along the coastline

Battle of Inverlochy by Warlord Wargamers

View from a castle over the camp and battlefield

Battle of Inverlochy by Warlord Wargamers

The Battle of Kalisz in 1706 during the Great Northern War was recreated in 6mm by Wyre Forest Wargames Club.

Countryside battlefield with two large armies lined up using small scale miniatures

Battle of Kalisz by Wyre Forest Wargames Club

Close up view of 6mm cavalry stands

Battle of Kalisz by Wyre Forest Wargames Club

The Art of War in the Age of the Condottieri was demonstrated by Real Time Wargames in the 10mm scale.

Encampment in green fields with regiments marching in the distance

The Art of War in the Age of the Condottieri by Real Time Wargames

Troops behind defensive earthworks waiting for an attack through a vineyard

The Art of War in the Age of the Condottieri by Real Time Wargames

Scimitar Games Club fought an engagement during the French and Indian War with Muskets and Tomahawks rules.

Trading post defender by British troops in a wooded area

French and Indian War by Scimitar Games Club

Column of troops moving through the forest

French and Indian War by Scimitar Games Club

Always a favourite are the Japanese tables by Oshiro Modelterrain. This year the setting was an assault on a keep, with naval forces landing and deploying their siege equipment.

Japanese town and keep

Shiro O Kogeki by Oshiro Modelterrain

Soldiers with muskets on the keep's ramparts

Shiro O Kogeki by Oshiro Modelterrain

Attacking troops moving through the town

Shiro O Kogeki by Oshiro Modelterrain

Taylor’s Crew played out an attempt to kidnap Elspeth von Trinkenessen against the backdrop of the Italian Wars during the Renaissance.

Landscape with a hamlet, river and troops fighting up a hill in the background

The Great Trayne Robbery by Taylor’s Crew

Skirmish Wargames presented Blood on the Snow, a 54mm scenario set in 1758.

Log cabin in a snowy winter landscape with individual fighters skirmishing

Blood on the Snow by Skirmish Wargames

Salute 2011 – English Civil War

Another highlight from Salute 2011 – the ‘Alternative’ Siege of Worcester in 1651 during the English Civil War by Crewe & Nantwich Wargames Club.

Very deservedly the guys won the price for ‘Best Painted Army’ that year.

Salute 2011 - 'Alternative' Siege of Worcester 1651

Salute 2011 - 'Alternative' Siege of Worcester 1651

Salute 2011 - 'Alternative' Siege of Worcester 1651

Salute 2011 - 'Alternative' Siege of Worcester 1651

Salute 2011 - 'Alternative' Siege of Worcester 1651

Salute 2011 - 'Alternative' Siege of Worcester 1651

Salute 2011 - 'Alternative' Siege of Worcester 1651

Conquistador with Arquebus

Conquistador with arquebus

Conquistador with arquebus from Foundry Miniatures

Conquistador with arquebus

Back view showing sword