kakita

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.

Armies on Parade Singapore 2018

I’ve never had to state Armies on Parade: Singapore before, or to divide up my Armies on Parade posts into actual subsections ! In 2018 though, we have THREE Armies on Parade for Singapore! WHAT? Yes, this year, not only did Warhammer Open a new store in Tiong Bahru, but we were amazingly lucky and managed to hold an Armies on …

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Gamestart 2018: Analog Edition

Gamestart is about all games, analog and digital! I’ll let someone else write about the digital stuff, because my love will always be in the analog realm. And Gamestart 2018 was a celebration of gaming, both for veteran gamers and newcomers alike. There were of course tables for Warhammer 40k, Age of Sigmar, and other Warhammer games like Shadespire. Gamersaurus …

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Tabletop Thursday: Gamestart, AOP, and a class with Adam Halon

First, a public service announcement: Armies on Parade is this weekend! I’ll be at the GW stores in Singapore this Saturday, since that’s when they’ll be holding the Armies on Parade in the stores. And on Sunday, my AOP will be moving to Gamestart at Suntec, just to show it off a bit more. 😛 But you could totally head to …

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Road to Armies on Parade 2018: Terrain

This year for Armies on Parade, I’m doing something relatively simple. Just as an excuse to paint all the Orks I’ve been meaning to do for the past few years. I’ve actually shown off quite a few of the models I’ll be using in this year’s AOP already (that’s why I’ve been painting so many Orks this year). In case …

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Miniatures Stand out at STGCC

The Singapore Toy, Game and Comics Convention (STGCC) and the Good Games Experience (GGXP) has always been an exciting staple in the convention goer’s annual calendar due to the myriad of exciting international artistes from both East and West that are brought to the sunny shores of Singapore. Yet the GGXP has also been a chance for local gamers of …

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