Tabletop Gaming

Tabletop Thursday: 2020 Resolution Edition (or, The Importance of Composition)

It’s 2020. Which means I haven’t been posting minis, or even painting minis, for… one year (Shit, my last miniature post is Liborkty Prime, and that isn’t even finished yet!) But new year, new resolutions, and a good time to start putting paint to grey plastic again. My resolution this year is to finish a model, unit, or project each …

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Check out the regional scene at the Asian Board Games Festival

Ahead of GameStart this weekend, the Asian Board Games Festival will be the place to check out all things board gaming from the region. Organised by Singapore-based publishers Origame, the Asian Board Games Festival takes place from 6pm to 10pm at PIXEL, at 10 Central Exchange Green (near One-North MRT). Entrance is free, and you’re welcome to bring your own …

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Be a Mooncake Master with this locally-designed boardgame

The Mid-Autumn Festival is upon us, which means tonnes of yummy, fatty, yolky, mooncakes. But if you’re trying to fight off those dreaded calories, what better way to get into the mood than to play a mooncake-themed board game? So here comes locally-designed and produced board game Mooncake Master, launching this weekend at Naiise Iconic at Jewel. What: Launch of …

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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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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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