Here’s a list of 9 simple etiquette rules to follow for better games of 40K. It’s just basic stuff that everyone should be doing.
These are, I’d like to think, deep thought articles and are usually about my revelations or things for you all to consider.
I love the game of Warhammer 40K and I wanted to share my 4 reasons why it’s the king of tabletop wargaming. Enjoy the read!
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.
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.
With Age of Sigmar having changed the face of Fantasy, I’ve begun looking to other games and playing wargames I never would have touched previously.
I feel too many people put the value of a game on the game itself instead of on the experience of the game you have playing with like-minded people.
I wanted to take a moment to talk about models with character. Models that are distinguished; that you’ve created and are proud of: character in models.