Junk Town

I’ve got some ideas for running a Christmas themed Kill Team game featuring none other than Da Red Gobbo.

The game idea will be similar to the game that was played on Warhammer+ last year (if you’ve not seen it, I fully recommend that you check it out). Here is some info from the Warhammer Community website

While the version I’m aiming to play will be using different rules (Kill Team 2018) the premise of a kill team attacking Da Red Gobbo at his place of work will be central to it. Therefore Da Red Gobbo needs his own little grotto. Enter Kill Team Octarius terrain.

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Kill Team Arena

As I write this blog post I am about to get into bed as I have a long day ahead of me tomorrow. Why is that you ask? Because I will be hitting the road early and making yet another Pilgrimage up to Warhammer World!

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Terrain Crate: Deadzone Terrain Booster

I wanted some terrain that I could use for the Judge Dredd Miniatures Game. I looked around at a few different kits but not much really grabbed me. I didn’t want to go down the MDF route, but I also wanted something that would look like it belonged in Mega city One.

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Sector Mechanicus: Part 1

It’s been a while since my last post as sadly I’ve not had much time for hobbying lately. Most of my free time has been spent rewatching the Marvel Films so that I was refreshed for Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Motivation has now returned so hopefully I will get some more models finished in the next few weeks.

While hobby time has been limited I have however managed to start work on the Sector Mechanicus scenery that came in the Shadow War: Armageddon boxset.

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Club Scenery

A couple of years ago, some scenery pieces were donated to my local gaming club (First Founding in Hook). I volunteered to build and paint one of them.

After taking the kit home, it has sat there in its box, looking at me and making me feel guilty, well no more!

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Disappearing Terrain – My annoyance with Games Workshop

As some of you may know, I’m quite a GW fanboy. GW was my introduction to the worlds of table top wargaming and no other miniature game has managed to grab my interest like a Games Workshop release.

But Games Workshop are not without their flaws, and while I can understand and forgive most of them, there is one policy that really grinds my gears; the missing scenery…

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What’s on the Painting Table?

It’s been a while since my last entry in this series, (although some posts could have made it into it) but I’ve decided to bring it back so that I can update the blog a bit more frequently.

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