|A 20mm WW II game with incredible illumination.|
|Another view of this marvelous table.|
|Mirko and Elmar of Stronghold Terrain set up an awesome showpiece.|
|Another view at this great piece of art.|
|An enormous 15mm Napoleonics table.|
|Endless columns of brave soldiers.|
|A Mexican table for Maximilian Affair.|
|On this table they fought a Warhammer 40K Apocalypse battle in Epic scale.|
|And the details were eye-catching. Look at those greenhouses!|
Well, there were so many other table which deserved to be mentioned, but I cannot present all of them. I wasn't able to take photos of all the games and some of the pictures turned out bad. I hope you got an impression of this great show.
However I was deeply impressed and after a short stop at "Quicky Burger" we went home contentedly. At about 10 o'clock in the evening I came home and surveyed the material loot of the day:
I bought most of the stuff from the bring-and-buy tables and got it for a really reasonable price. A good start into 28mm Bolt Action and a solid reinforcement for the Napoleonics. Actually the most expensive piece was the book at 21 Euros...
Well then! I hope you enjoyed my personal review of Crisis 2012. For me it was an extremely entertaining weekend and I enjoyed my first trip with the THS very much. Fingers crossed that our next journeys will be acclaimed in equal measure.