Creative Twilight is a casual wargaming blog with a hobby focus. We cover conversions, sculpting, painting, and more. We also have lots of hobby tutorials, guides, and reviews for various gaming systems.
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I recently picked up Dragon Rampant from Osprey Publishing and thought I would give my review of it. It's an easy to learn game, which can sometimes feel a bit plain, but overall is enjoyable and something I'd recommend checking out.
We've had Warhammer 40,000 8th edition for a while now. I wanted to wait it out a bit before giving my review of the game. While there's some improvements and changes I like, there's a lot more that Games Workshop could have done, and could be doing, to improve 8th edition.
During our groups Winter break (we play 40k in a garage that gets too cold during the winter months to play in), we try to play alternative games. I will discuss the game briefly and then go over my gaming groups reaction and thoughts on the game. Kingdom Death Monster Yep this is the $400
Having heard nothing but great things about Shadespire, I finally bought the game. I have played a handful of games now and I'm really enjoying it. This type of game is new to me, so I was really curious about it for a long time. Well, here's my Shadespire review!
The Chaos Defiler is something we all want to love because it looks awesome. Yet, historically it's been a poor choice. However, since the release of 8th edition has this daemon engine finally found a spot on your roster?
I recently picked up two Frontline Gaming mats: Snow Covered Cobblestone City and Grasslands. I wanted to share some pictures of the mats and what I think about them. I'll definitely be getting more of these in the future.
I've always loved the Maulerfiend. It was also a great choice in previous editions, and it remains a great choice in 8th edition. In fact, it got some pretty serious improvements. So, check out my review, see the new options, and how you should be using the Maulerfiend in your 40K games.