This Sunday I’m thankful for Flint & Feather, by Crucible Crush. Specifically their about-to-end-in-a-few-days Kickstarter for … Now I can game all my ancestors!
This Sunday I’m thankful there are men in the world who don’t allow even the mortal danger of organized violence to come between them and a good piss-up. A few months ago, in the March 2020 issue of Miniature Wargames magazine, I learned about the Battle of Tuttlingen. I thought, “Cool, that’s a well written… Read more »
This Sunday I’m thankful for a trio of Wargames Magazines you may or may not have heard of. This threesome are the Neapolitan Ice Cream of lead-pusher porn. Wargames Illustrated seems to be the one you can find everywhere. It has the highest physical production value (square-bound, glossy, 108 pages*) and publishes some really good… Read more »
What a time to be alive! Something I’ve wondered about off and on for years is why nobody was making figs inspired by classic art. There are a lot — tons really — of minis out there of this or that TV or film character. And a fair few of daring heroes and cruel villains… Read more »
Saying Thank You on Sunday. Oathsworn’s Burrows & Badgers and Northumbrian’s Nightfolk. Yeah, … I mean, look at these guys: They’re proof that I would love, LOVE, to see the Nightfolk written — hell, even as apocrypha — into Burrows & Badgers. That’s right. I’m goading you guys! Get it together. Oh, and …… Read more »
On this Sunday I thought I’d mention some figs I just came across this past week. I am thankful they exist, and you’ll be too. First, the explorer who made me realize the world needs more chicks with picks. I give you Miss Abigail Halsey: You can learn about her on the Mythos the Game… Read more »