I discuss the impact of competitions like Everchosen, both good and bad, on the community, with a focus on the average hobbyists that take part in them.
I am happy to report back to all my narrative campaign players and open-play aficionados that if you wanted to dip a toe into competitive play, you won’t regret it.
So let me open up with saying this: the “Big FAQ” is here and it’s glorious. It marks a watershed moment for Games Workshop, in my opinion, and heralds an edition of gameplay that sees regular, consistent updates to the rules published in set intervals that we can expect. Gone are the days of haphazard […]
A year ago, I started an initiative on Instagram with the hashtag #hobbyresolution2017. It gained a decent amount of attention in the following year, and I was thrilled to see so many hobbyists pledge their resolutions and devote themselves to achieving something they set their mind to do. What’s more, I’m seeing hundreds of people […]
“I vowed to return this year, but not only return, but to take home the silver or gold medals, after placing bronze in 2016. I wanted to improve, and I wanted to work hard to achieve those goals.”
A look at Games Workshop’s North American contest: Inner Circle.
Every gaming system has them, and you’ve probably used them before! We’re talking about House Rules. Did you know in Monopoly, you’re not supposed to collect the income and property tax money in the middle of the board for landing on Free Parking? That’s a very common house rule not covered in the official rulebook. […]
So this year I’m starting a new trend in my hobbying, and I’m welcoming any and all to participate in it! As the new year rolls in, I’m going to outline a set of goals and resolutions I aim to work toward over the course of this new year. They can be small, huge, silly, […]
Let me start by saying I’ve been playing all iterations of Games Workshop games since the 90’s. And as you can guess from the title, this isn’t a bitter post of a disgruntled veteran. I saw Warhammer Fantasy grow and become bloated and epic and amazing all at the same time, and witness its ultimate […]
Andrew’s first attempt at Armies on Parade – and the realization that your work sucks.