founded to play colonial wargames, as a society of gamers specializing in
the 19th century. It has expanded to include gaming in the 18th century,
as well as the full range of DBA, DBM, and DBR rules. (There has been some
talk about running a W.W.II game, but personally I think it's just an excuse
to justify the purchase of a huge quantity of armored vehicle models in
a variety of scales.)
purportedly a 'gaming society' it has been noted that many of us
spend far more time in the building, painting, and converting of figures
and terrain than we do in actual gaming. We hope that this site will help
to promote our hobby, and share some of the techniques we've developed over
the years - as well as allowing us to indulge in the vanity of displaying
our figures and terrain.
of TBC Events: If
the game description is underlined, then it's a link to photos of the game.