How do you know the average damage a Warhammer: Age of Sigmar unit will do when it gets into the field? Here's a tool I made to find out.
At the UK Games Expo we managed to test Shadespire and then quickly proceeded to purchase our own warbands. Needless to say it made a good first impression.
The Chaos Spawn kit for Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40k is amazing. Here's a look at creating a Chaos Spawn of Tzeentch that is both weird and creepy.
Meet my two Blue Horrors, known as Trial and Error. This is a test of Citadel Stormvermin Primer vs Army Painter Matt Black paint as an undercoat.
So. Much. Pink. I thought I would continue my paint review by attempting to, y'know, paint something. All games, no paint, makes Luke a bad painter.
Under Age of Sigmar, Tzeentch stirs. Between the Changelings and the Horrors, he presents himself as a formidable foe. He is somewhat of a secret badass.
Back before Age of Sigmar, I collected a Night Goblin army. Here is a bit of a recollection of those days in this article "Warhammer: Playing for Keeps"