Sort of. Something I discovered in the course of this investigation is that this, for some reason, is a pretty controversial topic. Everyone, it seems, has their personal favourite method of stripping paint off minis. […]
I think that Odyssey of the Dragonlords is one of my favorite RPG books ever written. The world is deep and historically impactful yet is still malleable enough that you can run any type of adventure you wish. […]
Some folks take honest and well-deserved pride in displaying their miniatures. All that time you’ve put into painting them or winning events with them; you should absolutely show them off! Easily the most popular method […]
Living in the United Kingdom, to say that priming my miniatures outside isn’t always an option is certainly understating the issue. With weather so inconsistent it could make your head spin, I’ve been looking for […]
You invest hours in painting your miniatures. You invest hours making and painting your terrain. But what really brings your battlefield to life is a battlemat. This is where the company Tiny Wargames steps in!
Covering both casual and competitive play, the General’s Handbook 2019 is by no means a bad purchase. It includes a wealth of battle plans, scenarios and new ways to enjoy Games Workshop’s fantastical wargame. This coupled with the support for organising events as well as the encouragement for decent etiquette makes the supplement feel like a welcome release. Some parts may not quite hit home, but it succeeds enough that I’d advise not going to your Age of Sigmar games without it. […]
So whats makes Thunder Chrome JS different?
Simple, the main element that really changes this up is modular kits. Just like your Favourite GW miniatures, Thunder Chrome designs are all modular You print the pieces you want and put together like a giant jigsaw […]