Sometimes we cover Warhammer 40K news, but mostly we leave that to sites who focus on such stuff. Instead, you will mostly find community news here, like upcoming tournaments, cool blogs you should check out, or interesting random videos we found on the internet – not cat videos, I promise.
News about Creative Twilight (the blog you’re on!), also goes in here. For example, we’re often looking for new blog authors, and those calls are posted here.
If you aren’t aware, I created a new blog in February called Blog Playground. The premiss of the blog is to be a resource for fellow bloggers. So far I’ve created 15 articles covering topics like monetization experiences, a headline analyzer tool for article titles, tips for writing better articles, how to get more traffic,
Continuing with my coverage of my progress on my pledge for monster march. Bonus In kingdom death, survivors kill creatures and then make armour and weapons from their remains. As, when we have been playing, I have a very powerful twilight sword user who charges around in phoenix armour I made her in miniature form.
For Monster March, run by Swordmaster over at Path of an Outcast, I thought I’d put forward one model that has been sitting in my projects pile for too long (years at this stage) and one newer model. An Eldar wraithseer and the Phoenix from Kingdom Death.
My wargaming journey started with Warhammer Fantasy, 15 years ago when I was a young lad of 10. Pretty early on in my gaming career my FLGS ran a Border Princes campaign with somewhere around 8 players. Every week, we’d have to meet up, write down our moves on little scraps of paper, and then
Another long in the making and very delayed Wargaming Bloggers Showcase! The Most Powerful Daemon God Discordian from Sepulchre of Heroes wrote a very interesting article about the Chaos Gods. More specifically, a particular Chaos God that has since disappeared from history – Malal. He has a great theory behind The Emperor, Grey Knights, Cypher,