|Example of the shelter available to the fire team.|
|Battle of Zama - 202 BC Set-up|
|Mike animating the dead. No elephants were harmed in this game.|
The fourth game was the hardest on my set of Trippers. The Trippers were up against a dozen German soldiers in the Battle of Falaise Gap. A sniper was particularly effective. All four Trippers died.
The 5th and final round of the game was set outside a Japanese tea house as 8 or 10 drunken samurai and ronin stumbled about in the dark. Easy pickings for the Trippers. Points were awarded for treasure (artifacts, ancient weapons, ancient coins, katanas or even a dragon scale or tooth, etc) collected minus number of deaths. Due to the nature of time you really didn't die. You just waited to join your comrades in the time stream on your collective journey.
|Dragon-Slayer. Winner of the Time Tripper Game|
On a side note the award for Outstanding Improvement to a Boardgame went to the team.
The main actors in getting the game to the table.
|Some possible Time Tripper encounters on Paul's work-table.|
|Canadian Forces prepared by Les|
Tripping at the 2nd Table. A few photos of action at table two.
|An ancients encounter of some sort.|
|Time Trippers vs the Dinosaurs. Les at the end of|
the table running the game
|Time Tripper vs The Red Army WW2|