Tagged: wargaming

Mech Attack at Adepticon 2019: 2 Chances for Mecha Mayhem!

A couple weeks ago Josh and I got together to plan for our games at Adepticon (brief post about that coming soon). I’m pleased to remind you all that we will have not 1,┬ábut 2 Mech Attack games on Saturday the 30th. As I write this, both of these games still have spots available so ... Read more


Exploring with the Rangers of Shadow Deep!

There seems to be a new kid on the fantasy gaming block trying to make a name for itself. You see, the author of Frostgrave is an ambitious chap full of gaming ponderings and explorations. I feel his sweet babychild, Frostgrave, is constantly evolving and finding ways to change and meet the demands of every ... Read more


Painting the Wreck Age Church of Fun Set

Greetings once more hobbyists and miniature adventurers! Sorry for the bout of blog inactivity; we need to more frequently churn out the ramblings and woo the masses with photos of our wonderful geeky explorations! One thing I truly love about this hobby, is that it lets me make progress way in to the late night ... Read more


What a Tanker! – Midwest Miniatures Expo

One of the games I was excited to see at Midwest Miniatures Expo was What a Tanker!, a game of WWII tank combat made by Too Fat Lardies. Each player runs one or up to a handful of tanks. Each tank has a two statistics- Armor and Strike. Those are the defensive and offensive abilities ... Read more


Midwest Miniatures Expo Recap

It was time for a club road trip, out in to the mysterious back alleys of Detroit, for The Midwest Miniatures Expo! MMX is a fledgling event, gathering some Michigan area hobby enthusiasts to join in a fun weekend of miniatures gaming. CSW volunteered to run a pretty wide variety of games with our jack-of-all-trades ... Read more


AAR- Checkpoint Bravo: Gaslands Race!

I must say, this Gaslands game is making waves. The initial book printing sold out, and has since been reprinted. Apparently, lots of gamers are excited about souping up their vehicles and bringing their favorite pulp apocalyptic death car movies to life! Well, not real life, in which the people on Chicago highways already seem ... Read more


Impulsive Imaginings – Frostgrave: Ghost Archipelago Islands Step-by-Step!

I will admit, I dig the Frostgrave. Sure, it’s random as heck, there can be a campaign imbalance that develops…but the rules are simple, make sense, and it’s fun because crazy stuff happens. Most of all, however, I love the setting. There’s some about it’s generic simplicity that pulls on the familiarity complex of my ... Read more


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