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Next meeting will be October 12

Just a reminder for club members, we have to have a majority of club members present at the meeting to conduct any business. At our July meeting we were getting a bit close to the minimum. Finally, a reminder, if you are planning on sponsoring a new member, you need to do so in the next day or two for them to be eligible for keys at the October mee[...]

Flames of War: North African Pincer

The British found a weak point in the Italian line and decided to attack. Late in the night, the Australian divisions moved in to position. The Mark VI's shut off their engines and waited until the order came. The radio crackled to life with a simple word: "Advance." As quietly as they moved in to position, they set out in to the night.[...]

Photos from the club

Sails of Glory: Broadsides and and crossing the \'T\'!
Flames of War: Will considers his options as the defense holds fast


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Posts from a club member's blog

  • Come Play Zombicide With Me At Brooklyn Game Lab April 29th
    I’m thrilled to be lending a hand hosting an evening of Zombicide at Brooklyn Game Lab in two weeks on Tuesday, April 29th, 2014. Since opening a few months ago, Brooklyn Game Lab has been grabbing a lot of press as the latest space in New York City to take hold of the recent boom … Continue reading → […]
  • “The Harlem Hellfighters” by Max Brooks
    My interests in American history, graphic novels and little-known accounts of war have recently intersected with gripping The Harlem Hellfighters by Max Brooks. Written by Brooks – the well-known author of World War Z — and illustrated by Caanan White, The Harlem Hellfighters recounts the struggles and victories of the 369th Infantry Division as the first Af […]