Tag: Lessons Learned
Articles written from experiences learned, often the hard way.
Storage can be an irritating conundrum when playing wargames of any kind really. I have gone for years with just placing the models into bubble wrap lined cardboard boxes. So, I started to hunt for an acceptable way to store all my minis in cases. I am going to share some thoughts and observations in
I like to keep a record of all of my games. So, I wanted to talk about the reasons why I keep those records, and how they help me as a gamer.
One tournament organizer's experience with a local scene becoming more competitive and considering comp scores for local tournaments
Some helpful hints to help you break through those painting slumps. Let's all get through those piles of grey plastic together!
I wanted to share my experiences with the Chaos Sorcerer, and some tips on how to use him effectively that I've learned the hard way.
Now that I have had a chance to play with the Crimson Slaughter codex some more I thought I'd share some of my experiences.
I'm Grumhelden and I'm a new author here. This is that first obligatory post where I talk about myself. Well, I hail from Scotland to start.
After a recent game of Blood Bowl I thought a bit about the words I heard. Introspection, I feel, is needed to evolve as a gamer.
I play a lot of Blood Bowl and a lot of 40K and there's lessons from Blood Bowl that can be applied to 40K. Here's what I've learned.
Army composition, the endlessly debated factor in many tournaments. When I began playing I was all for it but now I see things differently.