As I decided on collecting Nighthaunt for Age Of Sigmar, the single 10 sprue of Chainrasp Horde from Issue One of Mortal Realms, gave me the perfect starting point when It came to building my new army for a new game system. The Chainrasps also presented my with a really good opportunity to look into … Continue reading Age Of Sigmar: Building and Painting Guide for Chainrasp Horde.
After buying the 'Bolt Action Stalingrad Campaign Book', I immediately knew that I wanted to build a new army around the theme of Stalingrad, but something that would also be a bit different from the usual Soviet Armies you see on the table top. "No Land Beyond The Volga!" - Cherenkov's Defenders."During the battle for … Continue reading Bolt Action: “No Land Beyond The Volga!” – Cherneckov’s Defenders.
What better way after showcasing a tutorial of The Walking Dead: All Out War, then to paint up Rick & Carl from the core set as a starting point to my new collection. I wanted to jump straight in and paint these two vital characters as I really like the miniatures and, nothing screams out … Continue reading The Walking Dead: All Out War – Rick and Carl Painting Guide.
After I had opened up my set of Middle-Earth Strategy Battle Game - Battle Of Pelennor Fields and saw the multi-part "The Witch-King Of Angmar On Fell Beast" model, I knew instantly that I wanted to build this model so I could use both head variations in game. Having a rather large LOTR Angmar force … Continue reading Middle-Earth Strategy Battle Game: Converting The Winged Nazgul & Fellbeast.
As mentioned in the previous post 'Mortal Realms - A Review' (Click Here To Check That Out!) I spoke about collecting one of the armies as my main focus for Age Of Sigmar. Being a lover of all things evil and undead, the Nighthaunt fits my hobby style and interests perfectly. Couple that with some … Continue reading Age Of Sigmar: The Death Of Nighthaunt
Product Review: Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar - Mortal Realms Magazines. (First Four Issues.)Mortal Realms is a weekly based magazine series that includes a mixture of models, paints and gaming accessories to suit everything you need to begin your Warhammer: Age Of Sigmar adventure. The strength of Mortal Realms is around the structuring of weekly issues … Continue reading Age Of Sigmar: Mortal Realms – A Review…
After sharing my review of 'The Battle Of Pelennor Fields Starter Set', what better way to share off the miniatures in a little more detail then by showing a building and painting guide of the stunning new miniature of Theoden, King Of Rohan. Inside the starter set we are also provided with a handy how-to-guide … Continue reading Middle-Earth Strategy Battle Game: Building & Painting Guide For Theoden, King Of Rohan
Back in 2001, Games Workshop released the hugely popular 'The Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game' which took the miniature industry by storm with its unique gaming mechanics, theme accurate content and stunning miniature ranges to suit. This was the game that brought Peter Jackson's version of the The Lord of the Rings by … Continue reading Middle-Earth Strategy Battle Game: Battle Of Pelennor Fields – Review
In the All Out War review post previously, I mentioned that I would do a game run through for you all and what better way to show you then to play out the introductory solo game that comes in the core set. First things first, build a gaming area. Now there isn't anything in the … Continue reading The Walking Dead: All Out War – Solo Tutorial Playthrough
The Walking Dead: All Out War, is simply a miniature board game I couldn't wait to get my hands on. Being a fan of both the comics and the hugely successful TV show, I couldn't wait to re-create some of my favourite moments, paint some truly awesome miniatures and to begin growing my The Walking … Continue reading The Walking Dead: All Out War Review