This second part in gaming with the next generation goes over playing Kings of War with my son and the things I do to keep him interested in the game.
Real Life (Page #2)
As someone who has played solo wargames, I wanted to share my experience and thoughts on the subject. It’s not something you should be ashamed of doing, and there’s a lot to be learned from solo wargaming. So, check out my tips and advice on the subject.
I want to share some insights and lessons I’ve learned with trying to get children involved in miniature gaming. You have to approach things a little differently with kids to keep their interest and engage them. I hope you find this useful.
I’m legally blind, and I wanted to talk about what it’s like gaming while being blind. It has some unique challenges, as you might imagine.
I was thinking the other day, who would I side with in the Horus Heresy? There’s more to it than picking the good or the bad guys.
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.
Kamui and I got the chance to take a painting clinic with Todd Swanson and Kirill Zhilkov. We learned a rust technique and freehand work. It was awesome.
Having a good hobby light is crucial. You never realize how bad your current lighting is until you upgrade. So, here’s my recommendation.
I converted a Christmas tree angel into a Weeping Angel tree topper for our Christmas tree. I’ve hidden it from the kids. How long until they find it?
This is a short editorial about what Warhammer 40K means to me. It’s a hobby, it’s a game, but it’s more than that in the end.