I am looking forward to a game. Over the years, I have collected small sets of each with the intent to get back to the Gary Gygax's Chainmail rules, the forerunner and basis for the white box Dungeons and Dragons set. Originally, my gaming group played small skirmishes set during the Hundred Years War; then, like so many other, we supplemented our Tractics, Rally Round the Flag and Chainmail games with some D&D; but out old favorite was always Chainmail.
Lion Rampant has that same excitement level for me. I'm not sure if my first game will be with my Conan, Fantasy, 100 Years War, War of the Roses, Italian Wars or even Trojan Wars sets. Hopefully, I will get a game in soon. In the mean time, I have been adding odds and ends to the various collections.
Dux Rampant First St. Albans
Dux Rampant AAR: Sausages with Mustard
Dux Rampant AAR: Kill the Lich
AAR:War of the Roses
Variant: Camel Variant
Variant: Leader Skill Cards
Variant: Unit Cards for Lion Rampant
Legatus' Wargames Armies Crusades in Lion Rampant
Matt's Gaming Blog Dragon WarsBuilding Fireforge Retinues for Lion Rampant
The Raft El Cid Rampant
Rebel Barracks: Take Control of the Farms
Shed Wars: Crusades Lion Rampant
Tom's Toy Soldiers: Capture a Cannon
When the Hurly Burly's Done: Achean Lion Rampant (for Troy)