The latest stuff Ive managed to paint are the corn dolls and the Brood , the corn dolls are basically scarecrows as sen in dozens of horror films but I believe these are based on a David Tenant era Dr Who episode ,they come multi part so you can amke a few variants , the Brood are based on the Children of the Damned pale skin white hair and staring gold eyes ,all scary stuff .
He is big and he is frightening and maybe one day, he wont die turn 1…. Advertisements
Club last night and no Simon, which is just as well as the A6 near his house was closed off so I would have had the devil getting to him and then into Lancaster, I am not good with detours at dark-o'clock, it's the old eyes.Anyway, it was a Muskets and Tomahawks game run by Rob, always a good game. The gist was that some American Militia along with a cannon had set up a small redoubt overlooking a river crossing which it was supposed British troops would soon be using. The British had got wind of this and had sent a force to remove the gun, the Americans were sending a force to reinforce the gun. I took the light companies of two Scots regiments, the 78th and 84th (I think) along with a small Iroquois warband, my second in command had the same type of force but no regulars, the American forces were of a similar make up.As well as using the normal card activation arrival times were at the mercy of a normal deck of cards, I did OK with this but 2i/c Ian did not, neither did Paul who was hurrying to boost Rob at
In response to requests; Dismounted Single Mongol Bowmen are now available.H-6005 Dismounted Single Mongol BowmenPack H-6005 is supplied with 32 figures plus 4 bases.Cast in the UK using lead free pewter.Kallistra
In our Choose Your Own Adventure: House of Danger review, we look at a card game from Z-Man Games based on the very popular book of the same name. The post Choose Your Own Adventure: House of Danger Review appeared first on Co-op Board Games.
Heya, time for some Orks. Because there's always time for Orks, right? More after the jump
After a slight delay that was mostly my fault for not checking a calendar, I’ve tabulated the scores from the three judges, added up the totals, and we have winners! Before they’re announced, I’d like to commend everyone who submitted an entry – they showed genuine effort and a love for the hobby, and the race was, in several cases, quite close. I’ve got several new favorite characters now, even if none of them were from my beloved VI and VIIth Legions. I’d also like to thank our amazing sponsors, who have been super-supportive: Seriously, they’re all amazing. And now, the winners! Primarch: Best Overall in Both Narrative and Miniatures Centurion Cjarn of the Iron Warriors Fabricator-General: Best Miniature Siege-Breaker Jivan of the Iron Warriors Remembrancer: Best Narrative Hallinax the Kind (or…Soul-Flayer) of the Night Lords And those, ladies and gentlemen, are your winners. For those interested in browsing the entries, you can find each one below:
Five days to go on our Christmas sale, so we’re into the last stretch now.
The legend of the Vampires originates in the desert realm of Lahmia, and it is the Lahmians who are famed above all for their use of Coven Thrones. Those who hail from that land consider themselves the first amongst the aristocracy of the night, for their darkling city was the first ever to bear the curse of vampirism. All Lahmians descend from Neferata, the Queen of Mysteries.Legenda o Wampirach wywodzi się z pustynnego królestwa Lahmii i to właśnie Lahmanie słyną przede wszystkim z tego, że używają Coven Tronów. Ci, którzy pochodzą z tej ziemi, uważają się za pierwszych wśród arystokracji nocy, ponieważ ich ciemne miasto było pierwszym, które kiedykolwiek poniosło klątwę wampiryzmu. Wszyscy Lahmańczycy pochodzą od Neferaty, Królowej Tajemnic.Regards MPSwarhammerfantasy.fandom.com
Ponieważ od dłuższego czasu udaje mi się dość regularnie prowadzić sesje Warhammer FRP dla dwóch drużyn graczy, jakiś czas temu postanowiłem skleić i pomalować modele przedstawiające Bohaterów Graczy rozwiązujących zagadki kampanii Wewnętrzny Wróg.Do złożenia modeli wykorzystałem bitsy od Games Workshop oraz North Star Military Figures.A poniżej możecie zobaczyć zdjęcia Gorimma Guttrissona, Wojownik. Because I have been able to run Warhammer FRP sessions for two teams for a long time, it was some time ago, I decided to glue and paint models showing the Personal Character solving the secrets of the Enemy Within campaign.I used bits from Games Workshop and North Star Military Figures to assemble the models.And below you can see photos of Gorimm Guttrisson, Warrior.Będzie mi miło jeśli pozostawicie po sobie komentarz i udostępnicie ten post. Jeśli chcecie postawić mi kawę przycisk DONATE znajduje się pon
I have an army to show you today! This is Prominusiv’s force. I found his army on Instagram and he featured in my Inspiring Instagram article. and he has very kindly offered this break down of his amazing looking force! Never miss an article? Subscribe! Prominus IV – The Vanitor 501st Hi there, thanks for viewing this post, in which Jake has kindly given me the opportunity to talk about and show off my Imperial Guard army, the Vanitor 501st. Why the Imperial Guard? The gripping narrative! Humble humans fighting the uncountable enemies of the Emperor, the ever-looming presence of […] The post Prominusiv – Army Showcase appeared first on Warhammer 40K Blog.
The christmas edition, and as such, this month's issue comes with a heap of freebies.While mostly cards for their "secondary" games, I for one never look a given horse in the mouth.So what do we get this month as presents? First of all, a booklet containing the rules and lore of the new Delaque gang for Necromunda.For us overhere the most intresting gift is the Chaos Gargant card for Underworlds. Other cards included as freebies are a new unique artifact for Blackstone Fortress, a Gotrek card for Doomseeker, Grombrindal for Dicemasters and a booster card for a digital pack of Champions.But let's look at the magazine as well now.Planet Warhammer: a look at all that is new from Games Workshop this month.Temporal Distort takes us back this month to issue 348, exactly 10 years ago...Getting Started With... looks at the Middle Earth game this month.First Blood: Blackstone Fortress a play through of the newest game to come out of the Studio, letting the players explain how it works.White Dwarf Interview
[Photo from NerdLouvia Facebook] For my last event of the year, I headed back up to Louisville for NerdLouvia, an 18+ convention. There was tabletop, board, and video gaming. I woke up at 5:15 and after turning and tossing, I decided to get up, touch up on some files - I would not call that writing - then got ready to leave. That's when the horror hit me. It was snowing in this early morning... SNOW! The doom of the South! I drove up I-24, then I-65 and the skies cleared up pretty much as soon as I reached the border of Kentucky. From then on, it was blue skies and dice rolling. The con was at Spalding University, in a building around a century old. It had that "old school" feel (yes, pun intended). With all the RPGs in one of the old ballroom. And when I say old, it had balcony and a mezzanine. Of course, its original charm had since been completely removed in favor of a neutral-color sheet rock walls. A shame for something that once must have been a draw. Oh well... First my first game, I ran an abridged
Have you tried Chain of Command yet by Too Fat Lardies? I’ve played it a few times and it tends The post Chain of Command at Broadsword 7 appeared first on Must Contain Minis [MCM].
Let's begin with the Titans. The first review will cover the duo of Warhound Scout Titans, the smallest of the Imperial Titans. There are multiple patterns of the Warhound Titan, produced on Forge Worlds among others like Mars or the now destroyed Gryphonne IV. The here shown Warhound pattern is the Mars Pattern, depending on […]