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Looking for Loopholes…

Nothings perfect…. Well…almost…nothing… That TV or film star you love and admire turns out to be an arrogant prick when you finally meet them, your favourite movie has a gigantic plot hole in it and your best friend is most...

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[Weekly Top X] X-ponential Rises In Temperature

Eurgh. Dear readers, it’s not a good time to be British. You languish in the depths of ever-longer, ever-hotter summers, a mighty ten degrees Centigrade more intense than those of your callow youth (and I don’t want to hear a...

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The Ballbusch Experience: The Embiggening

Deep within every wargamer’s soul is the desire to conduct massive battles, to see tables strain under the weight of 10,000 miniatures, and to shovel off causalities by the bucketful.  Unsurprisingly, people have always run ‘big games” with lots of...

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New Member Monday – 6 to 9 Inches

Hey folks!  It’s another week with your favorite collection of unlicensed life coaches here at the House of Paincakes.    We’ve got some new blogs for you this fine Monday as well as a new, experimental form of half-assesing for...

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Tuesday Discussion – Wait, what happened?

And were back with another wonderful, funderful Tuesday Discussion to get your collective brains limbered up for the rest of the week.  For this week’s attempt at fostering discourse I’m going back to the Privateer Press well I was drawing metaphorical water...

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Discussion Tuesday – Conversions and Privateer Press

Hello everyone and welcome to another Tuesday discussion.  If you remember correctly, we’ve lost GMort to the vortex of real life – hopefully temporarily.  So, in place of the his usual brand of take-no-prisoners blogging, we’re gonna have these little discussion...

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[Musings of a Game Store Owner] Manufacturer Support

Which manufacturer of major game systems supports you the best in supporting their product? Snafu asked this question last week, and it’s a really good one.  It’s a hard question to answer, because “best” is completely subjective. I thought I’d...