I am Werewolf, Hear me roar!
Here is a nice piece from Reaper Miniatures, 02747: Jean-Paul DuChamps, Werewolf by Ben Siens. Since I had decided to use this piece in a future pulp gaming scenario I decided to mount him on a 40mm clear round base from Renedra, Ltd. So the first thing I did was clip away as much of… (0 comment)

1st Game of Dragon Rampant Elves vs Orcs
The Blood Runtz faced off against the high elf raiding party (yes those evil elves are always raiding the peaceful land of the orcs.) our first game of Dragon Rampant.  Two lists hit the table, one from some extended rules from the Facebook group that had a Warhammer Fantasy Battle High Elf list and abilities,… (0 comment)

2012 GW Games Day Miniature
The Blood Angels were my 1st Warhammer 40K army back in 1993 followed closely by the Eldar. Inspired by the box set cover and the back story the Blood Angels became my chapter. So, when Games Day 2012 rolled around, and it was announced that GW was releasing a model of the classic Blood Angels… (0 comment)

Kill Team
have not played any 8th edition 40K, however I have been enjoying the few games of the new Kill Team that GW has released. I picked up the new box and was impressed with the value and contents. Sadly I wasn’t interested in either of the teams that was included. I was in the box… (0 comment)

The Dip – Trials on Team Yankee
After several years of owning The Army Painter Quick Shade Dips.  With this project, I used the strong tone, and have to say I am quite pleased with the look. The lucky part of painting cold war Russian armor is there is no camo and single solid color.  I started with Tamiya spray for plastics… (0 comment)

So as usually I was talked into a new game. I have to admit that it wasn’t all that hard, I’m a sucker for these things and fairly susceptible to nice models. Battlefront put out Team Yankee more than a year ago and I finally decided to jump in with the US. I don’t have… (0 comment)

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