Pwork Wargames recently released their new Dark Gotham gaming mat. If you’re looking for a way to make your urban playing surface look dark and gritty, look no further!
Back in May of 2016 I reviewed the “Woodlands” PWork Wargames Gaming Mat. Many promises were made in that review, some of which I intend to fulfil in this article. The intention of that first review was to do a “versus”… Continue Reading
My Year By: Chris Whitehouse Last year I wrote a piece on my year of gaming. It was a big year for me, I discovered the gaming community in my local area and began to get into a number of… Continue Reading
So, what have y’all been reading on this blog over the last year? What are your fellow skirmish wargamers interested in? Don’t know? That’s cool: we’ll just tell you! In this article we’ll discuss the top 5 Skirmish Wargaming most popular blogs… Continue Reading
28mm Normans are hot. Besides the excellent resin miniatures from V&V Miniatures that we’ll be looking at in this article, there’s a full range of Normans that came out earlier this year from Warlord Games (taking over the Saxon Miniatures… Continue Reading
Scenic bases are a great invention. Especially if you don’t have an entire army to base (like we skirmish wargamers!) it can be really satisfying to base your miniatures on sexy looking scenic bases. But where to get them? Well,… Continue Reading
The stand-out chaps over at Gripping Beast have graciously given us the chance to review their plastic 28mm Late Romans box. Considering I have something of a love-hate relationship with GB plastics, this could become an interesting review. So, before… Continue Reading
Your favourite dark age skirmish game is due a huge update “early next year”: Saga Second Edition. I spoke to Saga-creators Studio Tomahawk at Crisis 2017 in Antwerp. And, of course, played a game of the new Second Edition. Here’s… Continue Reading
Pretty much ever since Chain of Command was released my regular gaming nemesis and I were throwing around ideas for how to apply these rules to Warhammer 40,000.