Monday, June 20, 2016
Tuesday, June 14, 2016
|I'm just going to leave this here.|
If you agree, you can get your copy - digital or real-world - from Amazon. You can also back the Kickstarter for the second issue. I hope you will do so, because I've already backed it, and the more people that back it, the more likely we are to get more Cirsovan goodness. The world needs more Cirsovan goodness.
Monday, June 13, 2016
Clearly, they want to send a message - if you don't submit to the Narrative you will be outcast - and this wargamer reads them loud and clear. They won't have to worry about old Warren Abox spreading hatefacts around, or potential ad dollars they could earn from his eyeballs, because he found a better social media site.
Mark Kern's own, League for Gamers, "a consumer focused gaming league encompassing video games, and also board games, and pen and paper gaming. We come together to promote positive gaming, good sportsmanship, research, learning and advocacy for our hobby."
That's all I needed to hear.
[Edit: Was just informed there's already a tabletop wargame group on the site: HERE. Deleted mine, because who needs the duplication?]
Monday, June 6, 2016
This piece is one of the Reaper Bones items, the "Pillar of Good" (#77246) carved by Sandra Garrity. The Bones figures are ostensibly scaled for 28mm figures, but something like this looks great in any scale. That little minotaur is actually a Pendraken 10mm figure, but as a "big" 10mm he makes a great "man sized" 15mm figure.
Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Cleaning the living room revealed this sad tale of my long neglected hobby. What you're looking at is the dust shadow left by my bag o' brushes which have sat untouched lo these many moons.
Champing at the bit, though. Shouldn't be too much longer before I've got something to show you.
Sunday, April 24, 2016
Chico is the big local city, about 100,000 people, located at the far northern tip of California's central valley. Although not a huge city, it dwarfs the towns and villages that serve the largely agricultural area. It is also home to two university's, so there's a large enough contingent of gaming's target market to support at least one game shop. That would be 'Bat Comics and Games' located on the downtown strip.
All in all, Bat Comics and Games is worth a quick stop if you're ever in the area.