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Adeptus Titanicus – Warhound Scout Titans

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 […]

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The Giant Book of Battle Mats – Building Worlds In A Pinch

You may well have caught my findings some time ago covering the Big Book of Battle Mats. Having used it a handful of times, I did find one of the few issues with it was [...] The post The Giant Book of Battle Mats – Building Worlds In A Pinch appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.

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Trapwords – recenzija

Asocijacije. Igra za veliko društvo stara koliko je sveta i veka. Viđali smo je u toliko varijanti da bi nam se zavrtelo u glavi samo kada bismo nabrajali. Formula je toliko puta bila prežvakana, naročito u poslednjim godinama kada vidimo porast popularnosti društvenih, a naročito party igara. Deluje […]

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Flags of War Jacobite Kickstarter

My stuff arrived today that I ordered through flags of wars kickstarter project ,and I am highly satisfied  . The Kick Starter was carried out as they should be lots of notifications by the KS page ,personal emails and Facebook ,delivered on time and some nice freebies. The figures are superb ,full of character and realistic poses ,Obviously a work of passion , I can't wait to start on these ,they even posted a nice painting guide to Tartan which will be handy these wil be based for Sharps Practice by Too Fat Lardies . Now I am out of work not sure if I will be able to take part in their next KS but if I can I will .10/10The free flags are amazingMore FreebiesHighlandersLowlandersRoyal Ecossaise The free characters fantastic detailSeperate arms make it easy to build a varied unitthe pose and detail are superb and almost no flash at all 

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The Big Book of Battle Mats Review

You move slowly through the Necromancer’s dungeon, carefully peering around every corner and treading as deftly as you can manage so as not to make a sound. The paladin, weighed down by full plate armour and a sword larger than the party’s halfling, trips on a discarded candelabra. The clattering noise echoes off the carved stone walls, answered by the hiss of evil, several green glowing eyes staring at you in the dark and a hulking beast made of sewn together body parts lumbers towards you.Read more »

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Queendomino & Lords of Waterdeep

I recently had twice the opportunity to play eurogames. The first one was Queendomino. As I understand it, it’s an enhanced version of Kingdomino, though I’ve never played the latter. Queendomino looks like a typical specimen of its kind: There is an intricate scoring system, so you only know if you’ve won (or even if you’re leading) at the very end of the game. There are no dice, chance is limited to drawing the terrain tiles. There are many different ways of acquiring points and many strategies are possible. The mechanics look well thought-out and balanced and I’d say that, objectively, it’s a very good game. However, I didn’t enjoy it that much. I don’t play many eurogames, and when playing Queendomino I was reminded of the reason for this. There is a theme, but it is irrelevant. Everything is very abstract. There is no story, the only purpose of the game is to understand and exploit the mechanics well enough to accumulate the most points. In the end, it feel

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[Review] Five Great Stores where you can play

Everyone has their own favorite store. This list is slightly different in that I wanted to list places I got to play I particularly loved to do so. You know, us gamers are creatures of habit and where we play feels like a second home where we create legends for ourselves. This list is a mixed list with some places I associate more with table top RPGs, while others I spend most time war gaming. While making this list, I noticed that each place rated so high because of an experience or a particular story. To qualify for the list, the store must have room to play and actively welcomed outside games or gaming-related activities on-site, inside the store. The list is in alphabetical order for simplicity. All these places are great. Honorable mentionsThese stores were taken off the list because they either closed, changed, or barely failed to make the cut. Le Donjon, Montreal and Québec City, QC, Canada It is with great sadness that I heard about the demise of the Donjon store. At one point, they were a

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Battery by Slug Industries

In this post I take a look at the battery terrain piece which was produced by Slug Industries as part of a kickstarter project for their Spanish Fort.In my recent review of the 28mm Spanish Fort I already mentioned that I also got the battery piece that was funded via the kickstarter project. The battery is a solid piece of resin. Aside from the main piece there is a planking piece, similar to the one that was provided with the Spanish Fort, and an MDF kit for a ladder - again, same as with the fort. So, beside filing off a few sharp edges and assembling the ladder, there is no further assembly required.The battery, the planking (right) and the ladder kit (bottom right)PaintingI painted the battery the same way as the fort, not only because I had an upcoming gaming session ahead of me, but also because that is the best (and only) way to make the two pieces look similar. Even though I use the same technique, the results vary every time because the paint mixes are slightly different.The battery from Slug Indust

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Warhammer Quest Blackstone Fortress

Back in 1989, Games Workshop teamed up with Hasbro / MB and released with Heroquest - a fantasy board game with miniatures. For many this was the beginning of their wargaming hobby. Due to the fact, that it was a board game and sold as such in toy stores and not "just" comic book and […]

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Reykholt – recenzija

Stotinak kilometara istočno od Rejkijavika, u Južnoj oblasti Islanda, nalazi se seoce Rejkholt, dom za tek oko sto stanovnika. Poznato po toplim izvorima i staklenicima, selo je jedno od stanica u okviru Zlatnog Kruga, 300 kilometara duge turističke rute koja pravi krug od prestonice preko južnih brdskih predela […]

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Reviewing Miniature Wargaming the Movie – Wargaming Recon #220

Miniature Wargaming the Movie is the documentary making you realize how emotionally invested you are into this hobby we all love.  Alex joins Jonathan to discuss and review this film directed by Joseph Piddington and Kickstarted by many people including Wargaming Recon. Wargaming Recon Army members get newest episodes FIRST… Read More» The post Reviewing Miniature Wargaming the Movie – Wargaming Recon #220 appeared first on Wargaming Recon.

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