Another 10 Issues of Warhammer Conquest have had their contents Confirmed in another Cover Artwork update from Forbidden Planet. I’m glad this confirms there are no [...]The post Warhammer Conquest Issues 47 – 56 Contents Confirmed appeared first on FauxHammer.
A series of STL files of buildings and structures for tabletop wargames.First Stretch Goal Reached!Today we hit the $2000 Stretch Goal, so this adds these components to the set:Energy FenceSensor ArrayDetail StructuresCargo Container and CrateKickstarterWulfshéade Miniatures
Abstract strategy games seem to be on the rise in our hobby. Where they were once ignored due to their themeless nature and usually bland components, games like Azul, Santorini, and Onitama have reinvigorated the genre. Today, we are going to slap on our SCUBA gear as we head under the sea with Reef. This […]
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These fine chaps have been available for almost a year but I never got round to putting them in the shop! My fault completely. I had it in my mind to paint them first but that deadline slipped away again and again.Anyway, we have sold a few dozen packs on request over the time period but I apologize for keeping them from you for so long.The Danes retained grenadier companies of significant size with regiments even after the formation of the two battalion Grenadierkorpset at the beginning of the 18th Century. These are painted for Regiment Prind Georg and Regiment Sjaellandske.I also finished painting the firing line and loading infantry codes for the Danes too. Painted as Regiment Jyske, these are equally fine chaps. Danish battalion packs are available on request and a nice Danish starter army deal with Horse and Artillery will be available to coincide with the release of With Talon & Claw which is finally finished!More news on the book release and pre ordering very soon.
I’ve crushed-out the next 19 models for Mission 2 of Batman: GCC and Owen and I each take a turn commanding the heroes to attempt to stop a deadly virus from being unleashed on Gotham by The Penguin and Doctor Death!
Hobgoblins and evil dwarf miniatures in 10mm and 28mm scales.Free model to backersWere pleased to announce we will be giving this model as a kickstarter exclusive for free to all backers in 10 or 28mm depending on scale ordered at no extra cost. (actual physical item must be bought not just $1 support pledges) Fundings at 82% and have five days left. we thank everyone for the support .Video of hobgoblin snap fit heads should be up tonight or tomorrow. KickstarterDancing Yak Miniatures
One Bantam Blitz Buggy. Available in 6mm (1/285), 12mm (1/144), 15mm (1/100), 20mm (1/76) and 28mm (1/56).The forerunner to the Willys jeep, most of those produced were sent via lend-lease to the UK and RussiaBy now the war was under way in Europe, so the Army's need was urgent and demanding: Bids were to be received by July 22, a span of just eleven days. Manufacturers were given 49 days to submit their first prototype and 75 days for completion of 70 test vehicles. The Army's Ordnance Technical Committee specifications were equally stringent: the vehicle would be four-wheel drive, have a crew of three on a wheelbase of no more than 75 in, later upped to 80 in, and track no more than 47 in, feature a fold-down windshield, carry a 660 lb payload, and be powered by an engine capable of 85 lb⋅ft (115 N⋅m) of torque. The most daunting demand, however, was an empty weight of no more than 1,300 lb.Initially, only American Bantam and Willys-Overland entered the competition. Ford joined later. Although Willys was th
We are breaking our format a bit in this Episode by doing something we haven’t really done in the past. We list our Top 5 Games that we would not get rid of. However, there is a rule that we have to abide by, it must be on our shelves in order to be in the list. The game can’t be at someone else’s house or we have played and really liked, but never owned a copy. We must have a physical copy of the game in our possession. Some of these are out of print, but some you can easily still get. Vanessa comes back to the mic and she and Marty review the new Imperial Settlers RnW game. She is always a joy to have on the show. After my plays of the game, I will say the mechanic of needing actions and resources something that people may have some challenges with, but after a couple of rolls, they should get it. Enjoy the Episode and in the next one, Marty is going to knock our socks off with his Greatest Hits from Origins. Time Segment 00:40 Intro 10:55 Miniature Market 11:50 Top 5 Games We Will Not Get Rid
I had an email from Mark 'Peaches' Backhouse yesterday, in which he was kind enough to invite me along to the second 'Come and Have a Go, If you think you're Lard Enough' wargaming day, which he's organising for the 7th March next year at the Sarisbury Green wargaming club. This was great fun last time, so I have asked Mark to save me a table, so that I can run another game of something suitably lard flavoured.I've already been thinking about this and have come up with some potential ideas. The first is to run a mid-war Channel Front Bag the Hun game, featuring my as yet unpainted RAF Spitfires, Whirlwinds and Focke Wulf 190's, along the lines of the plan I originally had for this years game. The second option is to do something on the Russian Front or for the Winter War, again in 1/285th scale for Bag the Hun, which would be an excuse for a nice new winter themed hex cloth. The third option is to do a What a Tanker! historical scenario or set of linked games for the Russian Front, Battle of the Bu
This sculpt is pretty nice. Despite its lack of motion I really like it. I can't quite put my finger on what I like but it's cool. I really can't wait to photograph it facing off against my Dark Angels Apothecary. It's almost like those two were made to face off against each other.
BrienneRzeka rozpoczyna swój prawie tysiąckilometrowy bieg pośród bystrych strumieni Przeskoku. Płynie prawie prosto w kierunku zachodnim, poprzez dzikie ostępy Lasu Loren i największe z królestw Leśnych Elfów. Tam zasilają je liczne strumienie i niewielkie rzeki, wypływające z gór Irrana. Osiągając miasto Quenelles ma ponad 100 metrów szerokości. Mosty tego miasta stoją na przęsłach, podpieranych przez pale wkopane głęboko w dno. Quenelles leży około 1200 km od ujścia Brienne, ale jest osiągalne dla okrętów morskich, chociaż powyżej rzeka staje się znacznie płytsza i do transportu używa się płaskodennych barek. Od miast do ujścia rzeka powiększa się poprzez liczne dopływy tak, że pod koniec osiąga szerokość kilkuset metrów. Miasto Brionne leży u jej ujścia, na północnych brzegu, zaś brzeg południowy jest bagnisty i niezamieszkany.Brienne uważana jest za świętą rzekę, woda ma charakterystyczny błękitny odcień, a niezwykła przejrzystość i czystość sprawia, że jest zdatna do picia na całej długości, nawet po mi
The topics I mostly write about on my blog are "Krüger", "Beyond the Pillars of Heracles" and "battle reports".Krüger is one of my best friends who lived in Berlin for a long time, studying philosophy. We have played many tabletop games and we also played Badminton regularly, talking incessantly about strategy games during the breaks.Unfortunately, Krüger moved to Dortmund at the end of March. A few weeks before he left we wrote a scenario for Dragon Rampant, D3+2 Objectives, which we also tested several times. This blog post is about the last game we played when Krüger still lived in Berlin. It was the 16th game of our campaign "Beyond the Pillars of Heracles", taking place on the imaginary island Waltrop. As objective markers we used some mud huts, I recently finished.The Greeks, who had landed on the northwestern coast of Waltrop some time ago, had put the orc tribes, living there, under a lot of pressure and now made a move to attack one of their villages (hexagon 20 on the campaign map). Heracleides the
Body Count: Terror at Camp Hackaway Board Game Giveaway! – Enter to Win Welcome to the The Giveaway Geek, the geek that keeps on giving; I am pleased to announce that I have teamed up with Gamemaster J, creator of the new game Body Count: Terror at Camp Hackaway Board Game, which is currently live on Kickstarter. We present the Body Count: Terror at Camp Hackaway Board Game Giveaway! Enter to win below, good luck! One winner will receive: 1 copy of Body Count: Terror at Camp Hackaway & Includes a KS Exclusive expansion pack. Prize value is approximately $25 MSRP ($15 on Kickstarter) USD. This giveaway will end June 4, 2019 at 11:59 PM CST and is open to US Reisdents only – Some exclusions may apply. Please make sure you read the official Giveaway Geek†rules before entering.†For any questions, thoughts or feedback†leave a comment using the form at the bottom of this post or use the form on my contact page to shoot me an email. About Body Count: Terror at Camp Hackaway Board Game Body Count