Warhammer Fantasy Battle
After being driven off by the Gryphon Knight, the wild-men’s retaliation would prove swift. Although crumbling to ruin, an ancient shrine to the Lady nearby presents a suitable target for Garr to take his revenge upon. Patrons can check out the Campaign System HERE: https://www.patreon.com/posts/29140877
After their encounter in the forest, the Gryphon Knight continues his hunt for Garr Long-Scream. A runner warns the retinue that cries have been heard from the hamlet ahead, so the Paladin rushes to investigate!
I’ve gone off the rails with some 6th Edition Warhammer Fantasy Battle Skirmish gaming! With Chris returning for some games I’e drafted up a complete Campaign system for playing Skirmish in procedurally generated linked narrative missions as you take your Hero on a mighty quest. Patrons can check out the Campaign System HERE: https://www.patreon.com/posts/29140877
The Road Wardens push deeper into the swamps, the Fimir fleeing ahead of them. An ancient Fane rises up from the waters, a blasphemous icon at its summit. Captain Anders orders its destruction as the chanting and lights once again appear off in the distance.
GMG Let’s Talk on SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/5FtAVzqQzcaPIMlgmMh42v GMG Let’s Talk on SOUNDCLOUD: https://soundcloud.com/guerrilla-miniature-games RSS Feed for any App you want to listen on: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:648706932/sounds.rss Welcome to another Let’s Talk! Today I’m joined by Chris Salman for a discussion into why it is we continue to look back and revisit old and out of production games and what the differences in experience they offer us are compared to contemporary titles.
It’s time for another #TBT Review! Today we crack open what would have been the first ‘General’s Handbook’ for the original 1982 Warhammer Fantasy Battle – ‘Forces of Fantasy’. Come with me as we check out the nascent Warhammer World and some of its original cast of heroes and villains!
Since I last updated this blog I've been chewing away at finishing up some projects that have languished on my painting table or in my bitz box. These are projects that I always meant to do, but got side-tracked from completing - I have to say that it feels really good to have these projects done.First up was a trip to Warhammer Age of Sigmar-land.These five Blood Warriors have been on my desk for an eternity, but now they areready to bring destruction to the foes of the Blood God for an eternity! These guysbring me to two ten-man units of Blood Warriors for the whole army.Staying in a fantasy theme, I decided to turn my paint brush to my Oldhammer High Elves. I've had a unit of Dragon Princes that I've been nattering away on for months - doing one model at a time - mostly because I just found painting them somewhat tedious. Its not a bang on the sculpts, I think I'm just coming to a conclusion that I really don't dig painting cavalry!These cats took way too long to get on the field, so I'm sure they will die
It’s time for another #TBT GMG Review! Today we go right back to the beginning of pop-culture wargaming with Warhammer Fantasy Battle: 1st Edition. Wargaming meets Role Playing games in this genre-defining first boxed game of Fantasy Mass-Battles with full support for Magic and Character driven Campaigns!
Welcome to another Let’s Talk! Today I’m joined by Owen from Gaming with the Cooler to discuss the phenomenon of ever expanding product lines in Tabletop. RSS FEED IS HERE: http://feeds.soundcloud.com/users/soundcloud:users:648706932/sounds.rss Podcast version available HERE: https://soundcloud.com/guerrilla-miniature-games/lets-talk-about-what-happens-when-games-get-too-big
"In a hole in the ground there lived a hobbit. Not a nasty, dirty, wet hole, filled with the ends of worms and an oozy smell, nor yet a dry, bare, sandy hole with nothing in it to sit down on or to eat: it was a hobbit-hole, and that means comfort."With the addition of some more models to my Halfling army, I realized that I'd need some bespoke terrain for them - to act as scenario objectives and/or add character to battlefields that the little legion would play on. I wanted to create some cheap and fast Hobbit Holes for my army to live in. I saw that Games Workshop was putting out some nice resin facades to build off of eventually, but I just didn't want to wait or spend the money. I looked for a good tutorial online for building what I was looking for, but I just didn't find one. So I guess I had to do one myself.The material list isn't too long and mostly consists of stuff I had lying around. You'll need: - Some 2" thick insulation foam. &nb
Last week I posted a work in progress shot on a Foul Blightspawn for my Death Guard army and I managed to sort out a base for him up shortly thereafter. Here he is in all his feculent glory:Feculus Spew is ready to spread death and decay. The weather here in Seattle has turned pretty cold, so its not optimal priming/spraying weather. Instead, I turned to models I already had primed before the weather turned; so that means more High Elves. The army is getting pretty sizable now. I've only got to complete four cavalry models and I should have enough to play a reasonably sized game now. Finally finished up a command group for these spearmen. Then I cranked out five more Lothern Seaguard to bring that unit to a full twenty troops.Then I added five more bowmen and a champion to bring that unit to fifteen guys. This photo is super weird. The angleI took it at makes the bowmen appear to
Lately, I've decided to start growing my High Elf army. I've played a handful of games of Warhammer Fantasy Battle and Kings of War with what I have now, and I'm re-learning a lesson that I'd forgotten: namely that most massed battle games aren't as much fun as smaller games. Its not that games I've played haven't been fun per se, its that feeling that they'd be so much more interesting with more units. To that end, I'm putting some more paint on some new units for my High Elves.This weekend, I managed to get a 15 man unit of classic Spearmen painted up. I still need to finish four more guys, paint the unit's bases and wait for a Champion model to arrive from Ebay.These old models paint up so quickly with assembly line techniques. And the nostalgia I get painting them keeps me well motivated, so this should skip along pretty fast. I'm going to graduate out the command models currently in my missile units to serve in melee formations, so I've been painting up some bowmen to replace them.These two will replace
This is one of the most beautiful models made by Forgeworld in my opinion. Some time ago I got it as a Christmas present from my brother. I was thinking about assembling and using it for some time already, but … Continue reading →