Let’s talk about the new Warhammer 40.000 App by Games Workshop. Let me save you some time: It’s bad. It’s really bad. Can’t put enough emphasis on that. But why is it bad? Well it is basically just a browser with a link depository to several pdfs. There is no actual functionality one would expect … Continue reading Games Workshops 40.000 App – A complete Bust.
Since this is often a discussion, as a lot of people start new and ask the question what paints and tools to get, I thought I'll give my Opinion. Fair warning this is not going to be the cheapest way to start, but rather the best way to start without buying tools and paints in bulk … Continue reading Ideal Hobby start – What would I recommend to someone just starting out after 26 years in the Hobby?
So you may just have started With the tabletop hobby, moved, or are returning to the hobby after a hiatus. Anyways for some reason you're left without gaming buddies and you might not have a store with space or similar around. Here are some tips how to find new gamer friends. But be aware you … Continue reading Trouble finding new gaming buddies?
In the last years, a lot of options came out for gamers, looking to play on more than the classic kitchen-table surface. Back when I started to game the most luxury there was where paper grass mats used for model trains. And even though GW offered one in the classic 6' by 4' measurement, it … Continue reading Gaming mats for Miniature tabletop games.
A general instruction how to run a Campaign for a Miniatures Wargame. The goal of this article is to provide you with a helper to enable anyone to set up, run and manage a small campaign successfully in their gaming group. I used this blank system for several different campaigns in different game systems with … Continue reading How to create, run and manage a successful tabletop campaign for your gaming group .
1. Easily identifiable miniatures (WYSIWYG). 2. Assembled, correctly painted and painted miniatures. 3. Be Polite. 4. You have fellow gamers, not enemies. 5. Ask the owner before touching other miniatures. 6. Always bring your own dice, stencils and tape measure. 7. Have your army list in a clean and comfortable to read form. 8. Have … Continue reading A general Netiquette for Miniatures Wargaming