Category: Editorials

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Less Simple Green, More Confidence

  I messed up last night, and I’m not proud of it. After examining my shiny new Night Lord OOP Space Marines I noticed something was wrong. Well, I actually noticed a couple things were wrong. First, on three or...

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The Mind of Thor: My Love of Warhammer 40K

I thought it was time for a proper introduction. Some of you simply know me as that guy who wrote a bunch of stuff about successful blogging and SEO and many of you probably didn’t care, and that’s fine. I...

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[Dredging the Grimdark] The Fallen Angels

This article is a part of a series called “Dredging the Grimdark” that reviews how you can use old, out of production (OOP) Citadel models or odd fluff armies in your games of 7th Edition Warhammer 40k. In this edition,...

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Fitting in to the Local Scene

So here’s a topic that’s somewhat… I’m not sure… not really controversial, but something that should be written with care. Not just because there might be people from my local group(s) reading this, but because it’s tricky to write a...

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Wintercon, and the Way of Warhammer

This weekend at Exhibition Park in Canberra (also known as EPIC, bro), it was Wintercon: Canberra’s other games con. It’s held in the middle of winter, in one of the coldest parts of Australia, so is pretty much just locals....

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[Another Year of Frugal Gaming] Crash and Burn

Picture the scene. It’s 1995. A baking hot summer’s day, in the small town of Dartington, which is in Devon, which is on the south-western coast of the United Kingdom. A small, slightly dusty newsagent’s shop. A small, slightly sweaty, slightly overweight...

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Art and the Hobby

Hi everyone, One of the great things about being part of a community of bloggers is that what we see others write about can inspire us. Lately I’ve been thinking a lot about our hobby and where it stands in relation...