Saturday 9th April 2011   Leave a comment

Mansions of Madness

Mike (evil overlord) brought over his new game and Phil (Professor), Andy (alcoholic writer) and Bruce (Ashcan Pete) took on the starter scenario.  The team spent a great deal of time exploring every possible location and found themselves rapidly running out of time.  Finally they were able to discover the Named Maniac but an unlucky shotgun malfunction at the last minute allowed Mike to win as the crazed axeman had 1 hit point remaining as the house began to collapse around the hapless adventurers heads!

A great game, challenging and fun.  Everybody is looking forward to the next scenario.

Posted April 10, 2011 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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