This second part in gaming with the next generation goes over playing Kings of War with my son and the things I do to keep him interested in the game.
Howdy wargamers and hobbyists. I have been playing tabletop miniature games since the late 80's with HeroQuest and Space Crusade, before progressing to Space Marine (Epic), and I haven't looked back since. More of a narrative and casual gamer than highly competitive, I model, convert, paint, and play various games. Currently playing Warhammer 40K, Age of Sigmar, Kings of War, Frostgrave, Bolt Action, Warhammer Quest, Dropfleet Commander, Battlefleet Gothic, Necromunda, Man O' War & Blood Bowl! Ask me anything about my gaming and hobby experience, and I will tell you no lies. Thanks for reading.
Toys are a great cheap way to get some models for your wargaming armies. However, what do you think about it? Here’s what I think.
I picked up some Breakers from MOM Miniatures. I wanted to use them in a few of my different armies, and the price was very affordable. So, I picked up the models and wanted to share my review of them.
As someone who has played solo wargames, I wanted to share my experience and thoughts on the subject. It’s not something you should be ashamed of doing, and there’s a lot to be learned from solo wargaming. So, check out my tips and advice on the subject.
Greetings Wargamers and Hobbyists, and welcome back to 1940. This time, we’re in Greece, and it isn’t for a holiday… A number of months ago, I decided I wanted to do several things in Bolt Action, over and above collecting the German 9th SS and British 1st Airborne Division I… Read More »It’s all Greek to Me! Collecting Greeks in Bolt Action
I wanted to talk about Frostgrave and the great elements of the game. Also, I’m showing my three warbands that I’ve created for the game.
Here’s my review of the new plastic British Airborne kit from Warlord Games. I wanted some Polish Paratroopers to join the British Paratrooper force I have.
Sky Relics is preparing for their launch on Kickstarter, and I was able to get an interview with Derek Heath about the game and its future.