The rules Chris used can be found here: WW1 Air combat rules
We used these for the first 2 games then we moved to the advanced rules developed by Chris but not yet tested. We played the advanced rules in 2 scenario based games.
Game 1 - 2 players squared off in a dog fight. Since there were 6 of us this was actually 3 games on 3 tables.
Game 2 - The players from 2 tables joined each other for a mass dog fight, shortly joined by the final 2 players once their dogfight had concluded on table 3.
Game 3 - Hunt the Red Baron. A British squadron tries to intercept the Red Baron caught on his own behind his lines.
Game 4 - A Russian Alexander Kazakov must ram the German planes as his machine guns are jammed. A British squadron comes to his rescue
What great fun we had. The landlord of the The Anglers popped in because we were laughing so much at each others misfortune and the tall tales being told he thought he was missing out. The joy of simple rules is that they allow more chatter. We also met a prospective new member who popped in to say hello and who had timed it perfectly to join the start of Game 4.
Teaser pictures from the games with follow up posts for the After Action Reports as quick as I can write them.
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