Wednesday, July 19, 2017

REVIEW: Getting Started with Warhammer 40,000 Magazine


Just like Age of Sigmar before it, the new Warhammer 40,000 got a Getting Started magazine to act as the perfect entry point for anyone curious about the game. So, what's inside and how does it compare to the Age of Sigmar one from last summer?

Monday, July 17, 2017

REVIEW: Path to Glory


The General's Handbook last year introduced us to a brand new Narrative way to play, Path to Glory, and this year it gets its very own book as it's expanded out to cover every faction. So what exactly is covered in this 88 page expansion to Age of Sigmar?

Friday, July 14, 2017

Mini of the Week 7-13-17


Welcome back to Mini of the Week, where every Friday I will find a miniature from around the web that exemplifies an aspect of our hobby and share it with you.

Wednesday, July 12, 2017

REVIEW: Plague Garden


Josh Reynolds returns to AoS in style with Plague Garden which sees Gardus plunge headlong into Nurgle's realm once again, but this time in pursuit of his friend and Lord-Castellant, Lorrus Grymn. Can the Hallowed Knights prevail in the domains of the Chaos gods themselves?

Monday, July 10, 2017

Matched Play Battle Report: Destruction vs Nighthaunts


Having recently finished assembling the second half of my Nighthaunt army I was eager to get a full 2,000 point game in with them. I also plan on taking this army to a few tournaments over the next year, so I wanted to see how it would do in a hardcore setting. Luckily for me Brad, aka Rhellion on Twitter, is in my local gaming group and is known to run pretty tough lists. In fact, I haven't won a game against him yet; could my Nighthaunts clinch the win though?

Friday, July 7, 2017

Mini of the Week 7-7-17


Welcome back to Mini of the Week, where every Friday I will find a miniature from around the web that exemplifies an aspect of our hobby and share it with you.

Wednesday, July 5, 2017

REVIEW: The Master of Mankind


If there was ever one book from the Horus Heresy series that people have been waiting for, it was a book about the Emperor. While The Master of Mankind delivers on this by giving us some of the closest and most personal looks at this larger than life character, it also gives us so much more, with a rich cast of supporting characters and peeks into other elusive aspects of the setting, including hints and twists that tie in more closely with the 41st millennium than the 31st.

Monday, July 3, 2017

REVIEW: Scions of Elysia


One of the very entertaining audio dramas from Black Library, Scions of Elysia by Chris Dow focuses on the Elysian Drop Troops, but the story has a unique twist that puts a fresh spin on what otherwise could have been a very by the books tale.