Sunday, 30 October 2011

The Curious Case of H.G. Wells and the El-Gin Marbles (Finale)

Just realised that the last post on this Blog was my 100th ! - well I never ! , when I started this blog in the early part of this year I had no idea where it was going or how it would turn out . I still don't- it just seems to amble along gently digressing from one subject to another , I've never been lost for a subject of conversation (my wife can testify this !) - which I feared I might be in the early days . So here's to the next 100 !- back to the game ...

Treborian reinforcements charge into the enemy to save the day .

A vicious melee takes place - and the Fetaland infantry is forced to retire .

The Fetaland Artillery hits the Steam Coach and blocks the road.

The Fetaland artillery's shooting improves - just as it runs out of ammo !.

The Fetaland infantry reform , but are now out numbered .

With their forces having taken heavy casualties the Fetaland forces decide to fall back . The El-Gin Marbles are safe ! .

H.G.Wells and Polly Perkins are safe, although a little shaken !. Inspector Zapp leads them to safety.

 Inspired by their adventure H.G. Wells falls into discussion with Inspector Zapp .

The Inspector is a keen collector of Miniature Figurines .

And that is how H.G. Wells came to write ' Small Wars'
'Little Wars'


  1. Hi Mosstrooper,

    Love it! absolutely love it and your case for 40mm figures is fast becoming a compelling one!

    All the best,


  2. Ahh, so that's how it came about. Splendid Little Action!

  3. Excellent story! I'm sure HGW would have approved.