Folk, I’d like to try using GroupMe for a couple of weeks for all communication and scheduling for the Thursday Night Dice group. If we have a good experience, we’ll then try it out with the Saturday Night Dice group. If we all still like it after a month, we’ll consider switching over from Meetup […]
I’m fresh back from PAX Unplugged! Here some highlights. I also have a few dozen additional photos related to the below you can check out. Roll20 Gang In Nov. 2012, I joined a game group that a guy named Nathan was setting up to test drive D&D Next. The group has been gaming together each […]
Thought I’d pull together notes along with photos to show my technique for rebasing MechWarrior minatures (which had a Heroclix style dial-base). I have some custom Mecha wargame rules I’m working on, and the clix dials annoyed me since aesthetics are a big part of wargaming in my opinion. Step 1: Rebasing and Creating Basing […]
Dates TBD, Third Age 1331 Ash wakes and recounts a dream of being tossed overboard, only to be rescued by mermaids of some kind. With that on his mind, the group continues on their way. Lalago is seen with a thin old man named Snick via Quintos’s scrying. The previous attempt to scry for Lalago […]
March 20-21, Third Age 1331 Finally arriving on the main island, the party sticks to it’s water walking rock star entrance routine(mostly due to Marcus’ insistence) and walks right into a welcoming party ambush led by non other than King Pa-hu-ack, himself. It turns out that the parties reputation for unbelievably legendary heroism preceded them. […]
By the time we get around to running a Mirkwood campaign, the 5e version of the Mirkwood campaign should be out. The cover is very cool!
Scylurus Sukuda – the Mongolian / Roman soldier He left the legion to wander the new land of Redmark, bringing several soldiers with him as he sought independence and a new life. The amassed group headed west and after some months of travel wound up collecting a sizable group of creatures of various races…though no […]
So many wargames, so little time… I visited Texas Toy Soldier, a hobby store in Carrolton dedicated to miniatures games. Great store! I was surprised to see such a huge section dedicated to a game called Kings of War. I’ve heard of Kings of War, but had no idea it had such a following. Apparently, […]
Kings of War is an interesting fantasy wargame written by the authors of Warhammer. It is reported to be simpler and faster that Warhammer Fantasy. There is also a Kings of War tournament in November 2017 in San Antonio. Kings of War is a fast-play fantasy miniature game by Mantic Games which can play in an hour). […]
Although Warhammer and Warmachine have a sizable presence at conventions and local stores, interest in Historical Miniatures gaming is also fairly active, although typically seen at different venues. I created a page which has an overview of the various groups and cons in the region which feature Historical Miniatures Wargames. Check it out!