Day 2 at the UK Games Expo and it has been a busy morning filled with miniature games. Here's a few highlights. Warhammer, Arcworlde, and Frenetic.
It's time for a hobby update! Here's how painting the Sepulchral Guard from Shadespire as a rainbow of colours is getting on. Lots left to learn.
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.
I've had a crack painting skeletons with Army Painter paints, painting a test model for my Shadespire Sepulchral Guard warband.
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.
Whether there is a Fluxx Strategy is always a question for debate. If there is, it all revolves around trying to control New Rules.
So much paint, and so little time - a look at the Army Painter Warpaints Mega Box and what it contains.
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.
I'm not very good at Star Wars: Destiny - but I am good at making lists. This is the full list I am starting my first Destiny deck off with. R2D2 ahoy!
Who doesn't love a bit of Nurgle? I used to adore them back in the day as, as a teenager, they showed me it was okay to be me. A personal account.
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"