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Spencer and Evan join me for a third Fortress assault; the Corridors of Death!
The first supplement for Warhammer Quest Blackstone Fortress was released last weekend. It is called, The Dreaded Ambull, and covers a new scenario including matching upgrades and miniatures. When Blackstone Fortress was released, it was already announced, that it wouldn't stay a single release and further supplements and additions would be released. It is once […]
The first new expansion for Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress is up for pre-order today! I was lucky enough to have a chance to go after this near-unkillable beast myself this week, so join us for a review of the box and one-off adventure to The Lair of the Beast!
Pious Vorne, Taddeus the Purifier, ShadowGuide and Locarno set off once more into the Blackstone Fortress in an effort to secure more Clues for another Stronghold Assault!
Having acquired enough clues on their previous Stronghold Assault, the Explorers dive headlong into another expedition… this time The Descent!
I finished up the first four (out of FORTY FOUR!) miniatures from the Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress box.(And they were the easiest ones, at that!).I partly did these ones to experiment with how I wanted to do the bases. I spent an inordinate amount of time cutting jagged little triangle out of plasticard and layering them up on the bases - to make it look like an uneven floor covered with shattered bits of the fortress - but then I painted the whole mess black and also added a small amount of gravel (which was painted purple and blue) and then painted some light blue and violet lines on triangle plasticard bits on the bases - to try and match the game boards... Now I'm not really sure the layered plasticard is even going to be noticed...Ah, well... maybe I'll be able to simplify the process, if they're not going to be noticeable anyway!Ur-Ghul - from Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress by Games Workshop.These are denizens of the Blackstone Fortress - they have no eyes and hunt by small and s
This month’s White Dwarf (December 2018) was full of cool stuff; including an exclusive mission and Artifact Card for Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress. Resurrected by the Navigators, Pious Vorne and Taddeus the Purifier embark on a heretic-burning crusade into the heart of the Chaos forces on the Blackstone Fortress!
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Learning that the Empyrean Chronometer is locked in Stasis with Pious Vorne, Janus Draik enlists the help of the mysterious Eldar Ranger Amallyn Shadowguide to satisfy the old Navigator’s search and encourage him to use his influence in aiding her recovery.
Check out what I painted this week and take a look at upcoming projects! Check out the Space Marine Heroes unboxing and review HERE: https://youtu.be/f3exFG5H8CI
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 […]
Let me sum up this week. I'm currently preparing the review on Warhammer Quest Blackstone Fortress. If you pre-order it, many stores will give you posters and a poker chip as a bonus. And I already gathered a couple of miniatures for the scale comparison shots. In case you have any wishes, what I should […]
Espeno Locerno has hired mercenaries to escort him back into the Blackstone Fortress. In addition his petition to the Ministorum representatives for aid has unleashed the fury of Pious Vorne!
If you haven’t caught our review of Warhammer Question: Blackstone Fortress, you may wish to give it a read. The game offers a hefty and impressive number of gameplay mechanics and systems to keep the game fun and engaging. However, one of the issues of these more robust games is that sometimes you can all-too-easily forget some of the rules. In my first few games of Blackstone Fortress, this was certainly the case. Thankfully, I’m here to give you a head-start so that your first few games run as smoothly as your later sessions when you’re more accustomed to the game. In order to get the most of your sessions you want to adhere to each of the rules of Blackstone Fortress. This will provide you with the best experience as intended by the designers. Below are some of the rules I found myself slipping-up on which either made the game noticeably easier or irksomely difficult. With three booklets of rules to flick through, let us help you remember some of the ones that may be more likely to slip