Battlefleet Gothic is a great game despite it’s age. With Games Workshop looking to release it again, I’ve been playing and creating interest in it.
Miniature Gaming (Page #5)
Here you can find some battle reports, editorials on particular games, and maybe even some gaming news.
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!
Today I have a review of the Europe gaming mat from Cigar Box Battle Mats. This mat is different than most I’ve seen, but that’s a great thing.
I have begun playing Bolt Action. To start off with I bought German and British forces to go for a Market Garden style of force.
Another comic book style battle report with my Khorne Daemonkin against Necrons in a 1,750 Warhammer 40K match. A very close game!
A comic book style battle report with my Disciples of Twilight (Chaos) vs the Utlramarines. This is a 1,750 game to prepare for a tournament.
Games Workshop re-released Blood Bowl in 2016, the 5th edition of the game. It’s an amazing game that everyone should consider playing.
I thought I would try something different, so I’ve created a comic book style battle report featuring my Disciples of Twilight (CSM) vs Necrons.
I’m looking to start playing Bolt Action, but I wanted to talk about my feelings on the setting, and my personal connection to the era the game is set in.
One tournament organizer’s experience with a local scene becoming more competitive and considering comp scores for local tournaments
I am working on getting local players involved with Battlefleet Gothic, and I need to gather a few things so that we can play games.
The conclusion of the how to play 40K series. The most important part of Warhammer 40K is to embrace the hobby and all facets of the game.
This part in the how to play 40K series covers playing your first 40K game, the things you’ll need and what you should be focusing on to learn the game.