A package arrive from Irregular two days ago. Excitedly I pulled the newspaper packaging apart and spied my new forces, ready to relive one of the first rulesets I ever wrote ‘Warpstar Nemesis’. Two armies face eachother across a barren wasteland… who will claim ownership of the wooden block factories? Army Blue (top left) or […]Read More Warpstar Nemesis
One of the multitude of projects I’m currently dividing my hobby time between is Killteam. Not on the cheap side at least for the initial outlay since I picked up the starter set, but it is good value for money (at least for a Games Workshop product). The set comes with two Killteams: 5 Space […]Read More Killteam
It’s been a while since I’ve posted, well not very long in a blogging sense, some go dead for months between posts, but it’s certainly been longer than I would have liked. I’ve been floundering somewhat, butterflying from project to project and not making a huge amount of headway. I’ve been chipping away at the […]Read More Dapol Gangs
A bit of an impulse buy here, but I was in a local model shop and spotted these: 30 Goblins for £20, not bad at all. They are part of the Oathmark range put out by Osprey and Northstar for their upcoming mass battle game. In the box you get 6 of the sprue above […]Read More Oathmark Goblins
I recently acquired some Nurgle Rotbringers from a friend who was having a clear out. I like the models a lot but they were always one of the armies I probably would not have seriously attempted due to how much time would need to be invested in painting them. But since GW’s Contrast paints have […]Read More Contrast Paints are Pretty Great… Part 2
I’m a few weeks behind on this one, biding my time. My Nighthaunt models previously featured on this blog did use ‘Iyanden Yellow’ but I painted over it quite a bit and didn’t allow it to fully do its thing. I’ve had these figures for a while: I wanted a modern or futuristic warband for […]Read More Games Workshop’s Contrast Paints are pretty great!
More playtesting of my Fantasy Bash (needs a better name) rules occurred the other day. I played out a small tournament between four warbands of roughly 100 points each. Up first the Undead took on the Orcs, and the Undead came out on top, I suspect largely because the Necromancer poked his head around a […]Read More Not Quite the Battle of Five Armies… The Skirmish of Four Warbands