GW is always the tabletop king in my area. My Tau haven’t seen the table in a long time. The last thing I played was Age of Sigmar. I fielded my L̶i̶z̶a̶r̶d̶m̶e̶n̶ Seraphon. I got rid of a small painted High Elf force and got my Skaven back from the painter. My Khaldoon overlords are done and on their way back from the painter.
This year I realized a dream. I finally got to attend GenCon. Weather was a concern and was described as hot humid. I’m from Mississippi so I wasn’t worried.
SM devastator squad (NiB)
-drop Pod (primed black)
-10 tactical marines (NoS)
-5 sniper scouts (primed)
-1 razorback (NiB)
Trying to keep track of what I have purchased so I don’t buy things twice I will list things below. I have spent around $250 so far.
I’ll be keeping:
Codex Astra Militarum
Dark Angles codex
Chaos Space Marines
Kill Team book
NOS set of firewarriors/breachers
I will trade/sell
Not sure what I will do with:
I also picked up the Marine and Legion 30k books.
I’ve always been fascinated by the staggering amount of tabletop wargames available. I’ve always been interested in “different” games and systems. I’ve never been able to find regular opponents.
I stopped in to my FLGS yesterday and inquired about what people have been playing. The small interest we had in Bolt Action, FOW and other Historicals has dried up.
When Brexit happened, crazy things started happening.
The pound took a swan dive and I have been doing everything I can to prop up the British wargaming economy.
Let’s take a look at what has interested me enough to order:
I got in contact yesterday with a local Infinity player. He has a group of about 5 people that play out of the shop nearest to my home. He also said they were playing Malifaux.
I’ve loved this game since launch, bought in and never found an opponent.
I love the scale of the figures and that you play on a 3X3 table. Plus its a diceless game!
So, this of course means I need to get a force of my own..
Wild West Exodus came across my radar earlier this year. Through the power of kickstarter they managed to release a 35mm skirmish game with 11! factions. No easy feat.
The scale makes for some interesting sculpts
I have a strange relationship with tabletop role playing games. I’ve always been fascinated by them and I used to buy them all the time just to read. I never really played one though.
As I get older I find myself interested in tabletop RPGS more.
The one that has my interest now is: