Painting a mini with washes* is almost as simple as it sounds, but there are a few hard and fast rules, as well as a smattering of tried and tested methodologies, we’re going to discuss them in this article.
Howdy folks, it’s a lovely Sunday afternoon here so that means it’s an appropriate time to hit you up with another glorious “Wot I Think” review. For those that care about such details, I should inform you that this is a sponsored review, however I shall keep my opinion as brutally honest as you’ve come to expect.
So lets take a look shall we?
This is an unusual post, I didn’t create this game, it’s a popular party game that I’ve written up primarily for my own reference since I’m going away with friends soon and may get some games in. Consequently I wanted to write it up so I have access to it without needing a physical copy on hand!
For the uninformed: Vampire is a party game, you might already know it as Werewolf, or Mafia whereupon the dynamics of the game remain the same, but the packaging changes.
Just thought I’d drop in with an update on how my Goblin army is coming along. Over the last couple of weeks I’ve managed to get a couple of units done. Some Trolls, some Squigs (Mawbeasts), and one of my Biggits.
I really like tabletop sports games, they can be super quick, tactically deep, and for some reason playing a game about little dudesmen who’re playing a game feels cooler to me than playing a game about little dudesmen having a scrap. Plus, we’re spoiled at the moment for options: Dreadball, Bloodbowl, Guildball, Kaosball, Aristeia to name some that come to mind…
Hi guys, just a quick post to show off my second unit of goblin rabble.
*Sniiiiiiiiiiiff* Smell that? The sweet smell of glorious victory? It is with great honour, and magnimonious modesty that I accept the title of “God Emporer, Holder of the First Blood”.