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.
Only took me 10 months, but I had another game of Advanced Song of Blades and Heroes!
Week 3 This is the last installment of my series of articles about our Batman campaign. At the end of week 2, there were four crews dominating the streets of Gotham: Arrow; Harley; Two-Face and the Court of Owls. Other… Continue Reading
The campaign kicked off at the end of June. We ended up with 13 players, but unfortunately due to other commitments one player dropped out.
Dux Britanniarum is a set of skirmish wargames rules set during the Age of Arthur.