Simply put, it feels as though Vigilus Ablaze sets out and accomplishes most of its goals. Whatever happens after the events of this story, this is one book I'm not too disgruntled to be carrying around to most of my games. I foresee it getting plenty of use as it brings further life to my games. [...] The post Warhammer 40,000: Vigilus Ablaze – Review appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
In this review Matt looks at the Book of the Damned for the Pathfinder role-playing game. The book does contain information on demons, devils, daemons and the worship so the content might not be for everyone. Knowing that, The Book of the Damned contains a lot of information about the biggest and baddest fiendish divinities. Reaching into the deepest and darkest crevasses of the Abyss you learn about their worship, and the realms they live in. For player characters there is information the players can use to worship the fiends. Giving you tools like obedience, and sample structures for cults. I think the best part of the book is the section on contracts. As a G.M. I found this to be exhilarating! It is a great tool for trapping players who want to be tempted, or who can be duped into bartering with the devil. What makes the section so good is that they give you all of the parts of a contract and stress the importance of each one, more importantly it even gives you way to break the contract. I
In this Flip Through Matt takes a look at the Faiths of Golarion campaign setting for Pathfinder. This book includes ten lesser gods of Golaria. It offers up a a complete write up that includes their domain, sub domains, favored weapons, and an obedience. While these deities are not the major players in the pantheon of Golaria don’t think that they aren’t influential to their believers! Characters of any class can perform the obedience of their deity to be granted an ability that lasts for the day – if they have the Divine obedience feat. Further characters with the feat will be granted more power if they have at least 12 hd – sooner if they are of the right prestige class. Faiths of Golarion brings us 5 new domains and 4 sub domains plus new feats and spells. What I love about the Pathfinder faith books is that they take the idea of faith and break it down so any player character can believe as much or as little as the character would like. Click here to view
Jon and Steve are back from a weekend of gaming at Airecon. Andy, however, couldn’t make it and tells us his tale of woe along with a novel method of reducing the size of his board game collection.We talk about our live show, Family Fortunes and the games we played at Airecon; including Villainous, Space Base, and the digital version of Scythe.Read more »
I’ve been wanting to summarise the Essential Hobby Tools for Miniatures & Wargames Models for quite some time. It’s rather obvious what many of them [...] The post Essential Hobby Tools for Miniatures & Wargames Models – 2019 appeared first on FauxHammer.
Take a multi-million selling fantasy IP and a board game about revolution, negotiation and backstabbing and you have Mistborn: House War...almost, what you’ll have is a really great idea for a game that this want really wants to be.Read more »
In the Flip Through Matt Reviews Xanathar’s Guide to Everything. This is a compilation of content from Unearthed Arcana for Dungeons and Dragons 5e. DnD5e Click here to view the video on YouTube. There are plenty of little goodies spread throughout the entire book for players and D.M.s
For its purpose the Victory 2.0 A-case works wonderfully. It provides a somewhat innovative method of taking your miniature armies from one place to another. It's a light-weight, attractive approach that provides peace of mind. All for for very little additional effort compared to more conventional cases. [...] The post A-Case Victory 2.0 – Transporting Miniatures in Style appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
For anyone who’s looked, you’ll understand I started this site as a blog, talking about whatever crap came into my mind. When it settled on [...] The post How to Paint Warhammer Miniatures with Brushstroke on Instagram appeared first on FauxHammer.
In this Flip Through Matt Takes a look at the Martial Arts Handbook for Pathfinder. Click here to view the video on YouTube. I’m always happy when the martial arts gets more love.
Games Workshop have updated the list of banned and restricted cards in Warhammer Underworlds. Stephen is here to tell you if these changes might result in earth-shattering alterations or a gentle breeze within the meta. [...] The post Warhammer Underworlds – Updated Banned & Restricted List appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Are you unsure about getting an airbrush? Well, you should. Honestly. Then you can take advantage of our articles about starting airbrushing. Here's part one! [...] The post Where To Start With Airbrushing: Part One appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
The search for the best airbrush for your miniatures can be rather arduous. When researching for this article I came across so many complexities, and [...] The post Top 10 – Best Airbrushes for Painting Miniatures & Wargames Models – 2019 appeared first on FauxHammer.
If you're looking for an army that might be difficult to master but can bring entire planets to their knees in hours, this might be the codex for you. [...] The post Codex: Genestealer Cults – A Welcome, Four-Armed Embrace appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Call for the ambulance, because the boys from Polyhedron Collider have got a fever for cardboard, as well as a severe case of acquisition disorder. We go through some of the games we have been playing over recent months, including Dice Hospital, Detective, and Between Two Castles of Mad King Ludwig.Read more »