“Without teamwork, you’ll never survive. Without betrayal, you’ll never win.”
You know you want to try some more titles, but which ones to start with? Where to go from where you are in your game collecting and playing?
And how can you get your friends to like games as much as you do?
Today I’ll be reviewing The Elder Scrolls: Call to Arms, a tabletop wargame released in March of 2020 by Modiphius.
I’m here to help you scale your miniature painting hobby up and advance your painting skills. We’ll go over how to build and prepare your model for painting, and I’ll show you some more advanced painting techniques that will help to give your finished model a really polished look.
Battletech is a game you probably know even if you have not played it. Through the years it has been a tabletop war game, role playing game, and had many different electronic versions.
Let us take a look at the box sets that allow you and your friends to dive into the Battletech Universe.
Welcome Rangers to ‘Power of the Grid: A Heroes of the Grid blog’ that delves into the newest cooperative board game where you play as the Power Rangers as they defend several locations from various familiar minions, monsters, and bosses.
Have you ever wanted to start painting miniatures, but weren’t sure where to start? The miniature market is a huge one, and it can be daunting trying to decide the best way to dive into such a widely varied hobby. And when you can easily spend upwards of eighty dollars on supplies to build and paint one Warhammer 40K Space Marine Squad, what do you do if you decide miniature painting isn’t for you?
Since the dawn of pen and paper RPGs the D20 dice system has been the cornerstone of many great (and many more not so great) game systems. Checkout Part 2 of our Star Wars RPG series.
There has never been a better time to get into Kitchen Table Magic. While you’re quarantined with your family and closest friends is an ideal time to return to magic and play for fun.