After twelve weeks of battle, the campaign has come to an end…
I’ve been meaning to post about the current state of the 40k campaign that I am running at my local gaming club (First Founding Gaming Club), but I just haven’t had the time to get round to it.
Yesterday my Siege of Falx – Warhammer 40k campaign kicked off at First Founding Gaming Club.
After writing the first draft of campaign rules, I shared them with three gaming friends who I thought would be interested in taking part in the campaign.
The feedback was positive and a few questions were raised. Ideas have since been bounced back and fourth and I’m fairly confident that we now have a campaign that players would be keen to get involved in.
It’s been a couple of years since I finished painting my Planetary Empires set, and it’s still one of my proudest completed painting projects.
I still enjoy putting the set together in different combinations and often think how cool it would be to use the set in a campaign.
It has dawned on me that since my last “What’s on the Painting Table” blog post, that I have not shown off my finished work.
Here is my completed Planetary Empires set:
Recently I’ve been getting all manner of excited over the idea of taking part in a campaign. There has been a few murmurings about one being run down my local gaming club.
To try and influence this actually happening, I have invested in a Planetary Empires set from Games Workshop.