I started my Craftworlds army a little more than eight years ago when I made a brief attempt at getting back into Warhammer 40,000. I didn't end up playing many games then, but I did enjoy painting a small army. The main reason I had decided to go with a Craftworld army then was because … Continue reading Rael-kann Craftworld
I recently finished painting the last of my miniatures from the Forgebane box for Warhammer 40,000 that featured forces of Adeptus Mechanicus and Necrons. It served as a starting point for both of those armies for me. I started painting with the Necrons and expanded them out to a 1000 point Nephrekh Dynasty army. For … Continue reading Forgebane Campaign
Games Workshop's new version of Apocalypse goes up for pre-order this weekend, and I'm a bit intrigued by it. Where previous versions of Apocalypse were expansions for Warhammer 40000, this time it is an entirely new game system designed to handle huge games quickly. Based on the previews, Apocalypse will play a lot different than … Continue reading Apocalypse!
Last year, Games Workshop released Kill Team, a skirmish game set in the world of Warhammer 40,000. It has solid rules that should be familiar to anyone who has played Warhammer 40,000 and uses the same miniatures, but it suffers from a product line with limited availability. The core Kill Team rules are derived from … Continue reading Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team
Warlords I first played 40k when I was in high school and played space marines and dark eldar against the other guys in my boy scout troop. Then I went off to college, and my armies stayed packed in boxes for years. A few years ago, I made a brief attempt to get playing again, … Continue reading Into the Dark Imperium