Singapore’s resident Press Ganger, that is, the man to go to for Privateer Press’ WARMACHINE, and HORDES. Kakita also dabbles in Games Workshop’s WARHAMMER FANTASY and WARHAMMER 40K lines.

Oxygen Not Included: The Review

Alvin, Jack and Vivien were stranded in the middle of a pretty inhospitable asteroid. Nothing to eat short of a few nutrient bars shoved through the same portal that they had fallen through. They had a long list of stuff to do. Dig tunnels through the rock, find mushrooms and plants to farm, and figure out a way not to …

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A TL;DR intro to Magic: War of the Spark

Otherwise known as Magic: Avengers Endgame, War of the Spark is the culmination of many years and expansions in Wizard of the Coast’s card game. Because it’s such a huge release, many people who are newcomers or returning after a long absence might have their interest piqued by the trailer (and also by the fact that Magic Arena is a …

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Civilization VI: Gathering Storm Preview

It’s weird playing Civilization VI and having it echo real life. As I’m playing North America is locked in one of the coldest weeks it’s had in recent memory, and on the opposite side of the globe Australia is sizzling. Regardless what anyone says, there’s no denying climate change is here. Not that Firaxis is trying to do that, mind. …

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The Iron Gargant / Liborkty Prime WIP: Part 3

The past few weeks I’ve been walking through how I built my Morkanaut/Gorkanaut conversion. Part 1: Chest and hips Part 2: Connecting the torso and hips, adding legs In part 3 I will be walking through the arms, head, and some additional details within the Iron Gargant. Head Let’s start with the head. I used the basic gorkanaut head with …

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The Iron Gargant / Liborkty Prime WIP: Part 2

In Part 1 you saw how I started with the idea of the Iron Gargant’s chest and hips. The next problem would be figuring out the underlying structure. So this post will be me fiddling with a lot of the morkanaut’s internal gubbinz and making sure there’s enough structural integrity to make the whole damn thing works. Well.. actually that’s going …

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