While I was writing one of my articles last week I got to pondering about what drew me to infinity and what brings us all to this community. This article has no strategy in it. If you want that check out my other posts. These are just the musings of a nerd on what we get out of playing tabletop games and why we keep coming back.
For a long time I’ve dreaded painting camoflouge. I can do eyes, not perfectly, I can do hair, I can do details, but camo I have never been able to do it. I wanted to paint my Ariadna with camo. At first I wanted to go with a forest or desert theme, but that would be too close to the colors I’ve used for my Haqqislam. I decided to go with snow camo.
I finally whipped out my USARF and I’ve played two games with them. I havent had time to prime any of them yet, but i asdembled and played them over the Holiday season. I have a few preliminary thoughts and I will go over them here. Click to read more to see all my thoughts after my first two games.
After a brief hiatus I’m back. A few months back I picked up enough Ariadna miniatures to fill a small suitcase from my pal Joe at Fate and Fury Games. Always support your local shop first. This brings my army count up to four, Haqqislam, Nomads, Yu Jing and now Ariadna. I may have a problem. I think it would be easier to hold myself back if Corvus Belli would stop making their miniatures so purchasable.
It’s about time I wrote part two of my next troop review. Wow this took a long time. As I said in my last post life has been very busy and after a long work day it is sometimes hard to find the motivation to hobby. At any rate I’m back and here is my next troop review. This is part two of the Maakrep Tracker. You can find part one here.
If you haven’t noticed it’s been a while since I’ve posted regularly. Life unfortunately can get busy. Who ever thought that adulting could be so difficult. As children we often assume that when we grow up we can do what we want when we want and no one can tell us otherwise. We quickly learn that the only time in our life that this is the case is in college.
We have all played a game where we lost track if the number of orders we’ve spent in a turn. This happens on occasion, but it can be very frustrating for your opponent. It is the worst when it happens in a tournament. What can be done to prevent it and what should you do if you find yourself in this situation. Let’s start the conversation. Click to read more and comment with your thoughts on the subject.