40k for the people It’s hard to pinpoint the most popular figure game in the world, but the legendary Warhammer 40,000 will be placed on the podium in each ranking. This system draws its strength from the grim, heroic universe and from models that almost anyone can fall in love with. The world created by GW has grown dozens of spin-offs for years. We have a board games, card games, computer and mobile games, books, comics … Soon there will be a tv series and another film (after the not very successful “Ultramarines”). A matter of time is the appearance of breakfast cereals with Aquilla… Something that hinders the development of popularity of “40k” is the game itself. As a miniature wargame, it puts quite a barrier at the entrance for the new players. The models are beautiful however preparing a full army to play is a demanding task. It is not only about the price, but also the amount of work that a newcomer will have to put into preparing and painting an army of mode
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today I’m checking out a HUGE box of models from Games Workshop – the new 2 Player Necromunda Starter Set: Uprising! Check out my Let’s Make when I start assembling components HERE:
It’s time for 2000pts of Matched Play – ‘Knife to the Heart’ as the Stormcast attempt to stop the BoneReapers rampage!
Check out what I painted this week and take a look at upcoming projects! 689/886
Hello, today I will show more detailed photos of Huskard on Stonehorn to the ogre kingdom painted some time ago at level 2 with small additions. I invite you.Witam dziś pokaże bardziej szczegółowe zdjęcia Huskard on Stonehorn do królestwa ogrów malowanego jakiś czas temu na poziomie 2 z małymi dodatkami. Zapraszam.Regards Grzegorz
Hello everyone in the night of magic, spells and communing with the dead! At the beginning I will inform you my Dears about my discovery that my daughter is a hidden follower of Nurgle, god of plagues.A few days ago she brought such a virus from the nursery that we are (with wife) try to stand from the floor to this day.It's better but evil doesn't sleep... That's why today's post was supposed to be a bit different, but I didn't have enough time / power for painting (I recommend listening to Lovecraft's stories in fever. New, disturbing experiences guaranteed ;-)). Luckily, however, I had two more archers ready and repainted for my Stirland band, which I just present ...I. Stirland. Part I. HistoryII. Stirland. Part II. Inhabitants / Mieszkańcy #1---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Inhabitants #2As most communities are based about arable farmlands,
Owen returns with his custom Craftworld to face my Space Wolves in another 1750 ITC mission!
It’s time for more Warhammer Fantasy Battle Skirmish! Today I’m joined by Chase for a desperate search for a cask of Bugmans XXXXXX as his Orcs & Goblins led by ToeSmasha hunt my Dwarf Warband led by the doughty Thane Bammem Barrelforged! If you’d like to grab my Skirmish Campaign rules they’re always available to my Patrons HERE: https://www.patreon.com/posts/29140877
Space Marine Chapter founders love a good animal name. Mythical beasts of terror (Howling Griffons, Minotaurs, Silver Drakes…), apex predators (Space Wolves, Celestial Lions, White Panthers…), birds of prey (Hawk Lords, Necropolis Hawks, Raven Guard…), venomous reptiles (Iron Snakes, Viper Legion, Salamanders…). But I’ve just painted these Deathwatch, the Chapter named after tiny insects that burrow into your wooden furniture. Deathwatch Aggressors on secondment from (left-to-right): Emperor’s Reckoners, Ultramarines and Imperial Fists. They’ve come to destroy the xeno-filth of the galaxy just like the beetles destroy your antique furniture. I suppose they’re not the only Space Marine chapter named after insects – there’s Mantis Warriors. But Mantises are cool insects that do decapitation and look like samurai. Maybe my problem with the Deathwatch name is just me, growing up binging on episodes of Antiques Roadshow and Lovejoy, and Joe Public just thinks it’s ke
It’s time for another GMG Review! The Salamanders are master artisans forged in the fires of Nocturne and forever scarred by the death of their Perpetual primarch Vulkan. Check out this latest Space Marine Codex Supplement and get ready to blast the enemy with flamers, meltas and smite them with mighty hammers.
It’s time for another GMG Review! Today I dig into the Supplement for Codex Space Marines focusing on Terra’s own praetorians; the Imperial Fists. Want to win a copy of this book? Like, subscribe and comment on YouTube!
As I try to convince myself that I don’t need to jump into another roleplaying game, I find myself getting more curious about Age of Sigmar: Soulbound with every article I read. Fortunately, like one [...] The post Age of Sigmar: Soulbound – Interview with Cubicle 7 appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
Hello! Today’s entry is definitely devoted to a huge machine – looted and converted Ork Castellan Knight! The idea for the conversion was born during the creation of a mechanical army of orcs, which from the beginning of October you can watch on our blog and all social media (Instagram, FB, Reddit). The built up forces needed a solid center that would attract the eye of the players and the fire of their units. The choice was made – Castellan Knight – one of the largest walking machines available in the army of the Empire. The main donor of the parts was the Deff Dread model – head, mech arms. An additional, important point is an extended base, on which we threw as much scrap as we could I hope that you like the concept and workmanship. I invite you to see the photo gallery below Commission painting – email@example.com
Does Beastgrave improve Warhammer Underworlds? I'd certainly say so. Is Beastgrave enough to breathe fresh life into the game? To reignite the flames in the "ultimate competitive miniatures game"? That, I cannot honestly answer currently. Time will tell... [...] The post Beastgrave – Returning to Warhammer Underworlds appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.