I was thinking about Gaslands and how it shares similarities with the Grand Prix. You have a pole position, teams, and hazards to deal with.
For many of us, hobby work occupies most of our time, but second to that is gaming. I mean, what would be the point of all that modeling and painting if you didn’t play? We love gaming just as much as the next person.
As we continue to grow, and gain more authors, so too does the coverage of games we play. The list continues to grow all the time.
You can find a ton, I mean a ton, of Warhammer 40K battle reports here from all of our different 40K armies. Usually every week there will be a new battle report, or two to be found if that’s your sort of thing.
Every now and then we do some video reports too. I have also created some custom Warhammer 40K missions, and you can find information about those mission here as well.
Overall, we’re not competitive gamers, however we do also cover some army specific strategies and tactics, as well as unit reviews. There are sites dedicated to such things, so usually we’re covering our own experiences, and less about what you should be doing. Play your army however you want, we just may have some insights.
Check out our gaming articles, enjoy, and hopefully you find something interesting to read!
Once cars changed tires, several times, on a regular good drive. But problems would spoil it! They could get stuck. Worse, there were times they fell over. Even much worse was when a head on collision smacked into both cars caught in the same rut and they couldn’t avoid it. Still something was needed. It…
My Undead faced off against Nurgle in my 3rd game of this Blood Bowl season. It was an awesome game that was hard fought on both sides.
Osprey Games has a great little wargame called A Fistful of Kung Fu. I wanted to do a review of the game and show you some of the miniatures.
The goal of Gaslands is to get your crew of armed and armored killing machines through a death race. The idea borrows heavily from Mad Max.
Sometimes a tourney is a resounding success, sometimes not so much. Even when things fail though the tourney can teach you some lessons. I run local tournaments in my city, and have done so for many years. We’ve cultivated a culture which stresses fun over competitiveness and as such many of the netlists and ultra-competitive…