Warhammer 40K is the primary game of all the authors here. Some of us have played 40K since the beginning and others later on in its life. It’s a game we all love and thoroughly enjoy, which is why we blog about it all the time.
The articles here are all over the place. Most of what you will find is Warhammer 40K related hobby stuff like painting, sculpting and converting. We do also share battle reports of our 40K games and usually each week you can find a new one posted. Occasionally you can find strategy and tactics articles as well, though that’s not our focus. We most definitely are a hobby focused group here.
So, if you enjoy Warhammer 40K then check out all the articles we have on it. You should find something of interest to you.
While playing Dark Heresy with my group of friends as the game master I had a few questions about what things looked like from a couple of those who did not play 40k that much. As such an idea formed, one where I could first create models to show them what their characters were seeing
Last year I concentrated on converting and painting a nurgle leviathan dreadnought based on the redemptor dreadnought model. This year I have a few hundred models in my to do pile, so I am aiming to complete as many dreadnought sized models as possible for dreadtober. The starting point Here we have my starting pile
Games Workshop is introducing a new line of books called Warhammer Adventures. These books are aimed at younger gamers to introduce them to Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40K. Sounds cool, right? Well, there's a lot of hate going around for it and I want to talk about that for a minute.