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Gaslands War Rig Kitbash

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Gaslands War Rig Build

We just finished the first of what will hopefully be two war rig builds for Gaslands (paid link), the game of post-apocalyptic vehicular combat, created by Mike Hutchinson and published by Osprey Wargames (paid link). Like a lot of kit-bashing projects, this build began by selecting a suitable foundation, in …

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Frostgrave DIY Treasure Tokens

Last week we posted our first battle report video on Frostgrave, Fantasy Wargames in the Frozen City (paid link), published by Osprey Games. While combat between competing warbands is almost inevitable in Frostgrave, the main objective is really grabbing as many treasure tokens as possible and whisking them off the …

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Frostgrave Battle Report, Summoner vs Enchanter

We purchased our copy of the original Frostgrave, Fantasy Wargames in the Frozen City (paid link) about two years ago, but simply hadn’t gotten around to playing it until recently, despite having heard very good things about the game. Fortunately for us, the rules were easy to learn and, better …

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Tehnolog Cheap Wargaming Miniatures from Russia

When I was a kid, buying anything mail order was a bit of a crapshoot, unless you were purchasing through the Sears catalog or some other rock-solid American vendor. But ordering a consumer product directly from China or Russia? Pffft. Kiss your American greenbacks goodbye! Today however, I think Amazon …

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Romans vs Werewolves Skirmish Wargame

Being huge fans of the space opera genre, last year we backed the Kickstarter campaign for Fistful of Lead: Galactic Heroes (paid link), “a quick and easy set of wargaming rules for skirmishes in the far future.” You can watch our Galactic Heroes unboxing and gameplay demonstration video Right Here …

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Gaslands Motorcycle Miniatures

As you can probably tell from some of our previous videos, we’re huge fans of Gaslands (paid link), the tabletop miniature wargaming rules for post-apocalyptic vehicular combat, written by Mike Hutchinson and published by Osprey Wargames (paid link). Though easily adaptable to other wargaming scales such as 15mm and 28mm, …

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Blood Bowl 1988 Elves vs Orcs Game

Sometime after the release of Blood Bowl second edition in 1988, but before the release of Blood Bowl third edition in 1994, I purchased a complete Games Workshop metal orc football team, which had all 16 players crammed into a single hard-shell blister pack. As far as I know, those …

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Swords & Spells Favorite Wargaming Moment

Paid Link The first tabletop wargaming book I ever purchased was the classic Swords & Spells (paid link) “rules for large-scale miniatures battles based on the game Dungeons and Dragons,” written by the man himself, Gary Gygax. Since my friends and I were big fans of both original and Advanced …

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Blood Bowl 2nd Edition Unboxing

Miniature wargaming enthusiasts sometimes joke about the “mountain of lead” or “pile of shame,” when referring to the horde of unpainted miniatures that tends to accumulate over the years, as the rate of acquisition outstrips the time (or motivation) available to build, paint and base them. In the case of …

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