I was thinking the other day, who would I side with in the Horus Heresy? There’s more to it than picking the good or the bad guys.
We’re gamers, we have opinions, and often strong ones, so we write editorials. We do focus on whatever game strikes our fance at the moment. Sometimes we just rattle on about damn near anything. Some of us are getting old and grumpy.
These editorial articles cover a broad range of stuff. We have a fair share of opinion pieces, like our opinions on a codex, new edition of the rules, or reviews of units. There’s also some more introspective articles, like keeping games interesting, or how to better understand yourself as a gamer.
Basically, you will find the thoughts of our authors here, and hopefully that doesn’t scare you away.
I had taken time off from Warhammer 40K, and when I returned I saw that Forge World had created an awesome game in the Horus Heresy.
One tournament organizer’s experience with a local scene becoming more competitive and considering comp scores for local tournaments
I wanted to talk about the pros and cons of being a multi-gamer, someone who plays lots of different games. Cost and storage are a few factors.
I wanted to take a moment to explain what goes on inside the mind of a fluffy wargamer. Our expectations differ from more competitive players.
Don’t let a Fluffy Bunny tell you that you have to bring a fluffy list. You can bring a competitive list and still be fluffy; it’s not mutually exclusive.