Tabletop Gaming

Grind Part 3

On to the prep work. I trimmed down all the arm tabs and cleaned off the flash.You can see the details of the model. Pretty good, but not the best, especially with the way some of the models got cut out. I’m not a fan of the softness of the jacks, but since I’m assuming that they’re using a formula …

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Grind Part 2

As fun as Grind is, what I really got it for though was the models. I plan to use grind as an exercise in magnetizing and converting models, in preparation for warmachine’s plastic jacks due soon. Paint will be a given, but considering the number of models, will not be the focus of this project.

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Kith and Kriel!

Hordes is known as the wilder, younger sister of Warmachine, and I could say that I agree with that sentiment. It’s fully compatible with Warmachine, but has a different mechanic, and showcases monstrous beasts, rather than the hulking warjacks as seen in Warmachine. I also play a faction/group in Hordes, the Trollbloods. Like Khador, it’s seen as one of the …

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Grind Part 1

Cross genre games are always fun, especially when it comes to Privateer Press games. Much like Game’s Workshop’s Bloodbowl, the idea of Grind is like American Football, except with giant 10-ton metal behemoths.  And like Bloodbowl, the idea is pretty awesome… come on, ten ton monsters slamming into each other! The icing on the cake is when Privateer Press reupdated …

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For The Motherland!

This is the hobby I’ve been constantly spending my time over; miniature wargaming. Or to be specific, Warmachine. Where warjacks (giant steampunk robots) controlled armored casters try to cave each other’s hull in. Set in the Iron Kingdoms, Warmachine has been described as Steampunk, but calls itself Full-Metal Fantasy. And Full-Metal Fantasy it is. we’ll talk about the various intricacies …

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