Wednesday, 31 August 2011

Trinity of Games: The Miniatures part 3 - Warmachine best

Here goes the second part of my (very limited) look at some of Warmachine's models.

I've been putting off writing this. Why? I'm a lazy bum.


Friday, 26 August 2011

Trinity of Games: The Miniatures part 2 - Warmachine worst

First I said one post, then I said four. Now, I say... It's gonna be a few.

Today is all about the reason I play Hordes, not Warmachine. The Warmachine models that make my hackles rise because they're so bad.

Consider this the "bad news first". Next post will be about the really good ones.

Wednesday, 24 August 2011

Trinity of Games: The Miniatures

So, what’s next then? Well, if you’ve taken the trouble of reading the title, you’ll know.

I’ll wait if you haven’t. Go on. Read the title.

So, this’ll be about the models for three different games.

No, I’m not going to review all of them. I’m going to look at some of what I consider to be the best and the crappiest of the models for each system. Yes, it will be arbitrary. Yes, some might disagree with me.

Tough Luck.

Sunday, 21 August 2011

Trinity of Games: Opening remarks on three games

So, I’ve been thinking. Mandatory quip about this never being a good idea. There, can we continue?

I’ve been thinking.

Wednesday, 17 August 2011

General Ramblings: Casual vs. Competitive (or How is Warhammer like Football?)

I’ve been away for a while. Summer holidays, and all that. If you’ve noticed; thanks for following me that closely.

Today’s topic is a sensitive one. Why? It goes to the very way we view not only our hobby, but by extension ourselves.

With the rise of the blogosphere, and in particular blogs such as 3++ Is the New Black, Yes the Truth Hurts, and Bell of Lost Souls, the competitive aspect of our dearly beloved hobby has changed.