Monthly Archives: January 2010

Workbench Update: Dertflinghan Begins

One of the projects I plan to complete this year is a 28mm Gothic Horror gaming environment. As some readers are aware, I’ve recently painted a werewolf band to use with the Chaos In Carpathia skirmish ruleset. However, as with … Continue reading

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Impetus Battle Report – Rene the King, Rene the Fool

After driving the Italians from the area surrounding his camp, Stockwood decided to make the hilly uplands near the Swiss border his primary staging point for further raids into Prosciutto’s territory. In the meantime, his current employer and sponsor, Rene … Continue reading

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Geek Day Diary Entry #7: "Casual Gaming Day"

With Ken heading off on business travel for a month we bumped our January Geek Day back a couple of weeks. It also gave Keir an opportunity to get in for one more weekend of gaming before the west coast … Continue reading

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Workbench Update: Town Planning

On the way home from work yesterday, I stopped into my parent’s house to pick up my late Xmas gift – a set of five rural eastern European buildings from Hovels in the UK. As I had just finished painting … Continue reading

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Werewolves

The year is 1892; a shroud of darkness blankets the foothills under the Carpathian’s long-reaching shadow. The Transylvanian forests seem to breed evil – not the evil that stems from human greed and selfishness, but a far more ancient evil … Continue reading

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Warmachine Action: Stryker vs. Epic Deneghra

As neither Marc nor I could make it to Saturday geek night this weekend, we decided to get together and have a few games on Friday night instead. I had just finished painting the last couple of Stormguard models in … Continue reading

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Impetus Battle Report – Rodger’s Victory

Rodger of Lynn, the impetuous and rather pompous nephew of Sir James Stockwood, had been away in southern France during the Spring march of the mercenary army. After completing his uncle’s (bogus?) errand, Rodger and his men re-joined the army … Continue reading

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