Saturday 19th March: Police precinct   Leave a comment

Mike introduced us to Police Precinct.  First time round the players were defeated quickly due to unchecked emergencies getting out of hand whilst they concentrated too much on solving the crime.  Second time round they played much better as a team.      Phil and Bruce concentrated on detective work plus solving any emergencies they came across whilst Darryl and Mike worked hard on keeping the emergencies and hoodlums under control.  Eventually Mike arrested the criminal before he could escape past the road traffic accident.  Well done Police Team.

We then played Sherlock Holmes the card game.  Phil won and Mike got the record high score.

Posted March 27, 2016 by wargamesdiary in Uncategorized

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