Games Workshop Archive
Warhammer 40,000 is about to enter its 8th edition this coming this month and looks to shake things up. If you are like me and haven’t played 40k for a while due to power creep and the
I know what your saying. "Tim you already have heaps of Dwarves." I do reader, I do. These Dwarves have lightning guns and zeppelins. Its kind of a no brainer.
If you ever played original Necromunda (based on the 2nd ed 40k rules) a lot of this is going to be familiar. If not, expect a simplistic turn-based game which is still rather fun despite being a
You may have noticed recently that Games Workshop (GW) has begun to revive some long dead systems. If you haven’t caught up on what’s going on, let me give you the basics so you can get caught
In this chapter I plan to explore the use of miniatures within role playing, look at some pros and cons and possibly offer some insight if those new to role playing wish to utilise miniatures.
Warmaster was a game that I‘d always wanted to get into but couldn’t afford it at the time, being an impoverished student.
I will hopefully help a GM or group sift through all those games and find something that they will enjoy.
Hello and good day to you my magnificent readers, and welcome to another installment of WNW! This week we start our long awaited, much hyped (among us WNW’ers at the very least) Mordheim campaign. Mordheim, Mordheim, Mordheim.
Wednesday Night Warhammer: Age of Sigmar… Hello Dearies and welcome to another installment of WNW! This week we have a crack at the polarising (more on that later) Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. For anyone who hasn’t been
It’s Wednesday Night Warhammer! Triumph and Treachery… This week I’ll run through a 4 player game of Triumph and Treachery (T & T) that was recently played. I apologise in advance if I miss some key points