Thursday, August 31, 2006

Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Tuesday, August 29, 2006

SuperSystem Slugfest!

Or rather, a Rooftop Rumble! My Rooftop Rumble is structurally complete, I just need to finish painting some of the buildings. Plus, I finished my Zero Foundation figures (Zero Device, Jump Monkey, Battering Ram, Steel Razor, Ape Austin and Boomerang Kid), so I might swap the mish-mash bad guy team for them.

Thursday, August 24, 2006

AWI Flags

Dansk Figurspilsforenings Hjemmeside has some AWI flags in their Downloads section (it's in English...or at least that portion is).

NecromundaCon 2006

The official results [3Mb PDF] of NecromundaCon '06 have been posted.

Monday, August 21, 2006

Slick Slicks

I'd never heard of ERM's Corporate World line, but I like them, especially the Assassins and Slicks.

Sunday, August 20, 2006

Necromundacon 2006

Yesterday was Necromundacon 2006! For a buddy's birthday, we got together four guys (three of which still play regularly) from our Necromunda league 10+ years ago, along with two others, and played sixteen games of Necromunda over about thirteen hours yesterday.

Friday, August 18, 2006

Free 40mm AWI

Miniatures Service Center recently ran a special giving away a free Trident "Battle Road" 40mm AWI figure. I got one, and really like it. I have generally pooh-poohed 40mm as yet another scale, but I have been thinking about it for skirmish lately. I like the figure. I'm going to buy probably about 10 figures per side and run some skirmish games with them. $3.50 is about on par with good 28mm nowadays, and these have more visible detail and will probably be easier to paint and look better on the table. So, for detailed, small scale skirmish, 40mm may just be the way to go!

Clan War to be re-re-released

Looks like Magnificent Egos is planning to produce the full line of Clan Wars miniatures. Best of luck to them. I just bought some Griffen Greys from them, and got what I ordered promptly.
I was always rather ambivilent about Clan Wars. I was a huge L5R fan back in the day, and ran, the number 1 L5R site. I liked the figures, and the game played okay, but I wanted to see massed samurai armies, to the point that I considered painting 6mm samurai armies and making my own rules. Ah well, I have lots of ideas that never get done.

Wargaming Blogs

Wargames Blogs is a list of wargaming blogs compiled by Derek Hodge.

Lead Adventure and the Mad Painter's Diary

Lead Adventure is a new forum devoted primarily to "Adventerous" gaming (Pulp, Old West, Gothic Horror, etc...). It's run by Alex Bews of and his new blog

Tuesday, August 15, 2006

The Feldmachink

The Feldmachink is a clever way of using hidden units.

Sunday, August 6, 2006

Duhnuhnuhnuh SUPERFIGS!

I've been getting my Superfigs together for a rooftop rumble game. I'm getting pretty close to finishing! I made the two big roofs a couple of years back but never got around to using them.