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HAVOC in Atlanta!

This past weekend, I journeyed to the big Hobbytown USA in Atlanta, GA (Kennesaw, to be more precise) to conduct some demos of HAVOC. I had a great time showing off the game, answering questions, and rolling some dice.

The main game was run using the Dangerous Crossing scenario and featured models from Warhammer, Confrontation, and Hordes. I always get a kick of having people walk by to check out the game, and then seeing the confused look they get on their face when they see all the different miniature companies represented on one table. Invariably, it always leads to the question: ‘What the heck are you playing?’ Come on over friend, and find out!

I especially want to thank Balin, Aaron, and Sean for their enthusiasm for the game. If anyone is looking to wreak some HAVOC in the Atlanta area, then just stop the gaming tables at Hobbytown USA- I’m sure one of these guys will oblige!


3 thoughts on “HAVOC in Atlanta!

  1. Had a great time Brent. Landed a new job and working lots. I’ll get that review up for you soon. Love the game. I am finally getting to use all these old minis!

    Posted by Balin | June 22, 2010, 10:53 pm
  2. Congratulations on the job! I had an awesome time as well. Glad to hear that you are loving the game, and I cannot wait to see your review.

    Posted by voodooink | June 25, 2010, 9:25 am
  3. Thanks to Brent for one of the most enjoyable playtests I have had. The rules are well thought out, completely flexible towards allowing you to bring what you already have in your minis collection and offers the player a large number of army variations that most games don’t really provide. I look forward to seeing you again here in the future.

    Posted by Sean | June 26, 2010, 8:26 am

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