Dreadtober 2019 – Week 3 … Kinda

By | 10/24/2019

Dreadtober rolls into week 3. Progress has slowed from the initial burst but projects are still moving forward. While this event mostly features Dreadnoughts from Warahammer 40K it is nice to see some other things sneak in. Our week 1 post is here. For week 2 see here. tOther Slowly getting there with these. A… Read More »

Armies on Parade – Games Workshop Dublin

By | 10/20/2019

Quick post today about my local Armies on Parade, in Dublin. I was back and forth about entering but in the end decided just to go for it. So I packed up my board and knights in a hard suitcase and made the commute to the store. There was plenty of pieces already setup but… Read More »

Dreadtober 2019 – Week 2 progress

By | 10/12/2019

Dreadtober rolls into week 2 and we start to see some progress pushing through. Plagueburst crawlers, carnifexes, a knight and an actual dreadnought! Darren has joined the challenge this month to make us a legitimate entry to Dreadtober with not one but two primaris dreads. Our week 1 post is here. tOther Despite being distracted… Read More »

Dreadtober 2019 – Week 1 pledges

By | 10/04/2019

I do love a good hobby event and Dreadtober is no exception! The blog for the event is once again live and crewed by none other than Mordian 7th himself. The event premise is simple; through October you build and paint a Dreadnought like model. Although what constitutes that has grown and changed over the… Read More »

Chaos knights – Warlord Traits, Stratagems and Relics

By | 10/01/2019

As anyone who knows me is aware I am a fan of Imperial Knights. I have really enjoyed putting together and painting several Knight kits, as well as an Archeron and a Castigator. When I first started on my knights they were to be a renegade Dark Adeptus Mechanicum force. I was using the standard… Read More »

Iron Warriors WiP: Landraider from Rogue Trader

By | 09/16/2019

We are back with a blast from the past, the original Rogue Trader* era Landraider. I have had this model kicking around for 15+ years and it goes back much further than that. Originally, I believe it was part of a Space Wolves great company, based on the grey undercoat it came with. I have… Read More »

Scythe – A board game review

By | 09/01/2019

The game: Scythe The publisher: Stonemaier Games The designer: Jamey Stegmaier Benjamin Franklin once said, “The way to wealth depends on just two words, industry and frugality”, yet when purchasing a copy of Scythe players are offered a third word for this eponymous quote…Mechs. This is Scythe. The game where diesel powered mechs along with… Read More »

Dixit – A board game review

By | 08/13/2019

The game: Dixit The publisher: Libellud The designer: Jean-Louis Roubira I thought for my maiden voyage into the capricious waters of board game reviews that it would be a good starting point to discuss one of my personal favourites. Dixit comes across as a little bit childish on first appearance, with its green, grassy scoring… Read More »