Miniature Wargames

When I was in high school this new type of game was released and took the world by storm. Magic: The Gathering was a huge hit and my friends and I spent our meager cash on decks and boosters for the game. I found that I wasn’t a really good Magic player then. I’m better now but back then I couldn’t beat anyone at the game. All I did was spend money and lose, spend money and lose. Frustrating.

Around that time a friend of mine lent me two magazines of his from the 80’s called White Dwarf. What a fascinating world, I thought. My other thought was that the fun I’d have building my armies would give me greater value for my money than Magic.

Ever since then I’ve been a miniature gamer. I love RPGs, boardgames, Magic and even video games, but first and foremost I love to paint miniatures and I think I’d like gaming with them, if I ever finished painting an army.

Wargaming Articles

A Song of Ice and Fire - A Song of Ice and Fire is a 32mm Miniature Wargame produced by CMON under license from George R.R. Martin. It follows the events of the book instead of the TV Series A Game of Thrones....
Saga by Studio Tomahawk and Gripping Beast. The Saga Project - Saga is a 28mm skirmish miniature wargame roughly spanning 700 years from 400 AD to 1100 AD.
Guild Ball by Steamforged Games. Guild Ball - Guild Ball is a fantasy mob football game produced by Steamforged Games. Each player fields a team of 6 and compete for points through scoring goals or eliminating opposing players.
Heavy Gear Northern Recon Squad. Miniatures by Dream Pod 9. Painted by Tyler Provick Heavy Gear Kickstarter Project - Heavy Gear is getting a new start through Kickstarter. Follow my progress of assembling and painting the entire kickstarter package.

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