Monks and brewing beer goes back hundreds of years. But what happens when future technology and a worldwide dwindling belief in the All-mighty collide? In this instalment of Character Casting we find out the answer in the form of Bordo the Brewer.
Being part man, part machine, and stuffed with bio-enhancements can take its toll. Lucky for this guy he’s one tough cookie.The latest addition to Character Casting shambles onto the scene in the form of the horrid Sklee the Polluted.
Sometimes an impressive weapons is less about practicality and more about style. This Character Casting entry we discover the almost-sure aim of the grim elven rogue Daesht Tath’liri, The Bolter.
A self made brute with a self given last name. Character Casting is back with the imposing figure of Geiger Clobberknuckle.
What is this terrifying apparition, and what is its mysterious purpose? Character Casting returns with the haunted Ha’esth the Cursed.
19/07/2020 – 26/07/2020: What happened in the world of tabletop over the last week?
Our first entry into the Character Casting series. This time we are introduced to Graxa the Horder, an engineer of equal brilliance and insanity.
This article originally appeared in Issue 4 of The Campaigner, published in 2013. The issue is still available as digital download or in limited print stock. By James Tiffin Miniatures are a large part of the tabletop wargames hobby. They allow us to visualise what is happening on a battlefield, inspire us to paint and […]
This article originally appeared in Issue 8 of The Campaigner, published in 2014. The issue is still available as digital download or in limited print stock. By Matthew Lee Of any aspect of the tabletop wargame hobby, one thing simultaneously unites and divides the community as a whole. It has nothing to do with rules […]
Mecha Strike Arena came out about a month ago. In this new video Matthew discusses an aspect of the game which he is particularly impressed with. Presented by Matthew Lee Additional photos by Bradley Visser In Full Effect by Johnny Cashpoint Satellites by Sherlock Homo As some of you may know, I used to be really […]