Techlandia 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 11231 Games, creator of the new game Techlandia , which is currently live on Kickstarter. We present the Techlandia Giveaway! Enter to win below, good luck! One winner will receive: One copy of the retail version of Techlandia, plus a unique 3D-printed play-testing prop. Prize value is approximately $39 USD. This giveaway will end September 5, 2019 at 11:59 PM CST and is open WORLDWIDE – 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. AboutTechlandia Techlandia: Silicon Valley meets Lovecraft in the Game of Smartphones and Supernatural Evil. Techlandia is a game that promises to blow the lid off of a major tech industry scandal. Having
Armia Gillesa ruszyła na północ, w stronę Parravonu, jednak gdy dotarła na miejsce, piękne miasto leżało w ruinie. Ściany ostatnich stojących budynków waliły się właśnie pod uderzeniami głazów ciskanych ze wzgórz przez olbrzymy, natomiast na murach miasta wrzała walka z bandami goblinów noszących symbol Uciętej Ręki. Książę Agilgar ruszył do bitwy na grzbiecie Glorfiniala, swego wiernego pegaza, jednak nie był w stanie powstrzymać goblinów przed wdarciem się do miasta. W krytycznym momencie bitwy szarża konnicy Gillesa rozbiła hordę zielonoskórych, ratując Parravon przed rzezią i zniszczeniem.ciąg dalszy nastąpi...(a wszystkie wpisy fluffowe opublikowane dotychczas dostępne są w czytelni).Będzie mi miło jeśli pozostawicie po sobie komentarz i udostępnicie ten post. Jeśli chcecie postawić mi kawę przycisk DONATE znajduje się poniżej.I will be happy if you leave comments and share this post with friends. If you want to put me a coffee DONATE button is below. Możecie także zost
The big benefit of 6mm is that it paints rather smoothly, and this post I boosted some extra models for my Emperor's Children.After the previous "necessary" batch of Predators and Land Raiders, this batch makes for some nice variation, but not necessary reinforcements per se.The first models, painted in the "pre heresy scheme" of 30k style, are a Spartan (who will be used as a Land Raider as well, but adds some miniature variation in the force, and go to battle in smaller games where I field only one them) and a Sicaran who will get the AA SPG role of the Marine Corps list.Two Razorbacks, as above also 3D prints, are added as well, one with the anti infantry turret and the other with the anti tank one, to have some more cheap support tanks (cheap with Marines being relative of course) for the force.The final addition for this post are three bases of Marines, but this time painted up in the pre Heresy scheme as well, in order to have more variation from the pink and black stands of my regular force.Now the nex
Lately I have been writing about a cool Kickstarter called The Carniverse. You may have seen my article introducing the The post Carniverse Battle Report appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
Warhammer 40,000 – Recently I watched a show on Netflix called Slobby’s World. It’s about a “vintage” clothing store in Arizona that makes mint tracking down clothes and accessories from the 1980’s-1990’s, the whole premise is pretty interesting and although
We return to the show circuit soon, starting at the Hereward convention at the Cresset Centre in Peterborough on Sunday September 1st, followed by Colours at Newbury Racecourse less than a week later (Saturday 7th). As always, we’re more than happy to take orders for collection at either event – simply send us an email […]
Now then,I collected an Eldar army way back in the early 90s when I was but a youth. Since restarting my 40k addiction last year I have tarted them up somewhat. There were lots of broken models, all chucked in a box, and left for years. Ive always liked the models so it seemed a shame.The mainstay of the army are of course the guardian squads. Mine are made up of very old metal miniatures from the late 80's and early 90's.Supported by war walkers and a wraith lord.Leading them in battle are the farseer and warlock conclave.Of course no Eldar or Aeldari as they are called these days, would be complete without Aspect Warriors. The most common type are of course the Dire Avengers, led by their Exarch.Next up we have the Fire Dragons. Led by their Exarch with his fire pike.Now we come to one of my favourite units, the Warp Spiders. Swooping Hawks, useful troops, but fragile.Striking Scorpions. My largest Aspect squad, useful as bodyguards for my characters or to be left lurking in the shadows, waiting t
Vreme je da preturate po kutijama Pokemon karata na svom tavanu, možda se i u vašoj kolekciji čuva čisto zlato. San svakog kolekcionara da svoje karte “utopi” za astronomsku sumu i obezbedi sebi i familiji mirnu penziju, nedavno se ostvario jednom srećniku. Štaviše, ovo je do sada najvrednija […]
Another progress update on the 30 Days, 30 Miniatures painting challenge currently ongoing. This time only two figures completed.Firstly, a Moor from Gripping Beast that is needed to complete a stand of heavy infantry. This figure was originally started earlier this year and has just languished behind everything else.Next, is a plastic skeleton from Citadel or Games Workshop or whatever they are now branded.Originally started in last year's AHPCIX, it wasn't finished before the end of the challenge. Might have been supersition as it would have been the 13th of its lot, might not have. So its finished now and regardless of when it was finished it will always be the 13th of its lot.Day 19 - 9 figures completedBetter get a move on as time is marching on.Cheers for now
I am now at seven losses to one win against Mark’s Death Guard. This is a fair old battering and I’m set on changing this! Sorry, Mark, I need to be beating The Death Guard! As this post is published (automatically) I am playing the Death Guard at Boards & Swords. Check out my Instagram for the latest pics! I have been looking back over my lists against the Death Guard – looking at Mark’s lists too. And there a couple of glaring issues with my lists now I look at them against Mark’s. If this doesn’t work – then […] The post Beating The Death Guard appeared first on Warhammer 40K Blog.
Latest addition to my growing force:These take me to 500pts and ready for the first night of our club slow grow league! Wish me luck!
I painted these guys almost two years ago from the Hordes Unleashed RPG. This is a small band of Farrow (boarmen). I do not really have a use for them in most of my game so I may just sell them. I don't know... I still like their sculpts.
Download Episode 274 In this show usual hosts Neil Shuck & Mike Hobbs are joined by friend and fellow gamer Shaun Randell. As well as finding out more about Shaun and his hobby, he helps us to review Red Alert – the Space Fleet Combat game from PSC Games which uses the Command & Colours rules system 00:00 – Introduction – Shaun introduces himself as he tells us about his gaming background 24:34 – Confessional – Time to own up to all those hobby purchases we have made recently. 1:07:09 – Our Hobby – We all talk about our recent gaming and painting. 1:34:04 – Red Alert – Mike asks the questions of Neil & Shaun as we give an in-depth review of Red Alert from PSC Games 3:16:06 – Outtro – Closing thoughts. We hope you enjoy the show. The Meeples & Miniatures podcast is sponsored by Too Fat Lardies – purveyor of the finest rules and scenarios for wargaming. The Meeples & Miniatures podcast is sponsored by Firestorm Games
Many stories abound of the daring exploits of the RAF's young fighter pilots defying the might of Hitler's Luftwaffe, and of the dogged courage of the men of Bomber Command flying night after night over Germany in the face of flak and Focke-Wulfs, yet little has been written about the pilots who provided the key evidence that guided the RAF.
The Royal Small Arms Factory in Enfield was famous for producing the Lee Enfield .303 Rifle, the standard issued rifle provided to all infantry soldiers in the British Army during the course of the First World War.Indeed, the factory was so prestigious that King George V visited it in April 1915, and by the end of the war it had produced more than 2 million rifles, with some 6000 per week being produced at its peak. All of this achieved by a workforce of more than 9000.On Saturday, 7 July 1917 an air raid took place over Enfield that involved a large number of German Gotha aircraft. They were met by local anti-aircraft batteries, who did their best to thwart the Germans' attack. Sadly, the raid resulted in the death of local resident, Edith Halse, the sister-in-law of Lieutenant-Colonel Halse, who was stood in the front garden of her home, watching the German aircraft over head.She was actually killed by falling shrapnel from British anti-aircraft gun fire and became the only resident of Enfield to be killed