Warhammer 40K Archive
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.
Kids, just say no to Games Workshop (until you have a job of your own to support the habit).
I will hopefully help a GM or group sift through all those games and find something that they will enjoy.
Games Workshop doing something unusual? No…can’t be, they are the the epitome of a perfect company that never has odd, off the wall business practices. Oh wait…that’s all they have been doing recently. I should be keeping
Recent times have seen Games Workshop doing some very interesting things, such as pulling down their Facebook presence, stripping down their store staff to only a single person, and then having those stores open less hours, and
New out of the box from Games Workshop is a re-vamped set of Citadel Tools. Things like the clippers, drill, files and so on. They have a very stylised look to them, as the vast majority of
When Fantasy Flight Games announced that they were putting an end to Warhammer: Invasion, I thought it was because they moved onto Warhammer Diskwars, but I could have been mistaken. It could be because they have moved
Maybe too dramatic a title, but Games Workshop has seen a drop recently, both in total profits and in share prices. Let me explain; Games Workshop just released their 6 monthly financial report, which contained some not