Cool Pictures

This page has a collection of pictures of games Chris and I have run or pictures sent to us by GASLIGHT players.  We hope you enjoy them.  If you’d like to send us some to include on this page, feel free to do so.


Clockwise from the top left: Victoria Hawkes and her companions make a bold stand against the onslaught of foursome enemies; Martian tripods advance on human defenders; a stereotypical G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T. battle featuring automata, strange creatures, team-powered vehicles, and flying ships; and Confederate timberclad steam tanks assault Union lines.


A picture from the original G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T. rule book.
Clockwise from the top left:  Treasure hunting with a small submersible made from an old computer mouse; a “leviathan” advances using Battles by G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T.; a liftwood fleet action on Mars; and Victoria Hawkes and her female hussars advance. G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T. MEETS ALL YOUR VSF AND GAMING NEEDS FROM SMALL SKIRMISHES AND ROLE-PLAYING GAMES TO LARGE BATTLES — AND NOW AIRSHIP FLEET ACTIONS AS WELL.


Follow this link for an account/review of Buck’s Captain America game at Fall In 2010 on BoardGameGeek.


Fleet battles over the canals of Mars.

The Northwest frontier by GASLIGHT.

Giant steam spiders and timberclads do battle along the Northwest Frontier.

Anthropomorphic frogs battle for control of the swamp.

A column of humans advances on Venus.

Venusian bird men attach a French column.

A “straight historical” ACW fight using GASLIGHT.

Prussian steam powered battle suits force their way into the Roman compound.

Fighting against giant gorillas in Chris’ Lost Colony of Rome scenario.

The calm before the storm (of bullets) in the small town of Granville, IL, where most of Buck’s pulp games take place.


Intrepid adventurers assault by automata.

Robots attack the kitchen of the Inn at the Top of the World as the last phase of a multipart adventure.

An artist’s rendition of Victoria Hawkes.

The real “Vickie” Hawkes wielding her six-barrels, rotating, Gatling shotgun.



Right: Young Vickie Hawkes, grand-niece of Victoria Hawkes, as a member of the 1st US experimental Rocket Pack Test Platoon at Camp Benning, Georgia, in 1938.  Never mess with a girl packing a disintegrator ray!

Left: A collage of movie serial and B-budget movie stills featuring damsels in distress.  This should be inspiration for your pulp games using G.A.S.L.I.G.H.T.