Building lists is relaxing to me – I can lay on the couch while my daughter and wife nap and plink away on my iPhone or iPad and theorycraft in my head all the imaginary battles that exist there. Typically, I’ll just plot out my existing force of models and fiddle with wargear options and… Continue reading Lazy New Years Catharsis, and Why I Don’t Take Grav.
I find a strong balance of both good and evil forces integral to motivating my own hobby drive and “forging” my own narrative, as it were. Having opposing forces fuels my imagination in building my forces, as I can play out possible scenarios in my head to get a feel for the style of armies… Continue reading Playing the Villain: The 177th Stygian Cataphracts
Let me start by saying I’ve been playing all iterations of Games Workshop games since the 90’s. And as you can guess from the title, this isn’t a bitter post of a disgruntled veteran. I saw Warhammer Fantasy grow and become bloated and epic and amazing all at the same time, and witness its ultimate… Continue reading Kill Team: A Great Experience
So I haven’t played loyalist marines in well over a decade (almost two!). With my new army, I decided I’d get right into it with building and painting the model that prompted its creation – the Imperial Fists Contemptor Dreadnought from Forge World! What better way to push myself than to enter and submit Broken… Continue reading My First Dreadtober
Andrew revisits his first ever Warhammer: 40,000 army, the Space Marines, to reboot them with his marginally improved hobby skillset since his first attempt when he was 13.