And, of course Labor Day saw us back in San Francisco at the NEW ConQuest. Last year it was a dream for the new owner, this year it became a reality -- and it was terrific, from the very helpful and knowledgeable staff to the overflowing miniatures areas. People HAD FUN! Right through the closing day... even after the Merchants' Quarters had closed and dealers had packed up, there were still gamers getting in that one last scenario before heading home. AND, we'll be back next year!
Also, we had the good fortune to have Mr. Tom Dye of Game Figures, Inc. - the U.S. manufacturer of Minifigs sharing space with us. In fact, he took some of the pictures you see below.



Here, we're just getting started.............................................The Medieval Castle coming from Minifigs (drawbridge inside)


A crusader knight on one of the turrets................................. Another view of the castle.

GM Steve Taylor with General Quarters in process... sponsored by Scale Specialties... full info will be on the General Quarters page.

The Aerodrome game......................................................... And (I think) the Spanish Main

and more of the pirates...

And the Zulu Wars

World War II

Sci Fi troopers.....................................................................And back to Wrold War II

More of World War II..........................................................And the fabulous City of Troy by Phil Vivierto

More of Troy -- Scenario was Classical Hack. Note: Mr. Vivierto is a classical historian.

And more of Troy.... couldn't get enough of this one


Chariot and close-up.

The actual scenario title for Troy.........................................Mnifigs World War II game sponsored by GFI and Scale Specialties

Close up of some of the forces and.......................................Game Master Roger Mark with players.