Old Worlders: A Tale of Five Gamers April Update

If you missed the first article then catch up here. It's been a bit over a month and we've been hard at work (sort of) on the next steps of our projects so let's see what everyone has done!  Bair This has been a surprisingly productive month for me. After starting the year real slow I tripped and painted over 2,400 points of Tomb Kings across March. Oops? The original plan was to slow-grow, but characters, a couple blocks of infantry, and...

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Warhammer 40K

TheChirurgeon’s Road Through 2024, Part 6: Final Prep for the Oxford GT

Rob's road through 2024 continues as he plays some final practice games doing prep for the Oxford GT and gets in some last-minute painting.

Age of Sigmar

Old Worlders: A Tale of Five Gamers April Update

If you missed the first article then catch up here. It's been a bit over a month and we've been hard at work (sort of) on the next steps of our projects so let's see what everyone has done!  Bair This has been a surprisingly productive month for me. After starting the year real slow I tripped and painted over 2,400 points of Tomb Kings across March. Oops? The original plan was to slow-grow, but characters, a couple blocks of infantry, and some chariots later and here I am. While I haven't...

Columns

Outlaws of Thunder Junction Review, Part 4 of 4: The Big Score Cards

Magic’s newest expansion takes us to the newly introduced plane of Thunder Junction for a rootin’ tootin’ treasure huntin’ time. A new set means new cards, and we're wrapping up our review with the Big Score cards from the set.  Last time we covered the monocolor cards, and this time as usual we won't be looking at everything, and we'll be doing this primarily but not exclusively with an eye for Commander play.   Ancient Cornucopia Marcy: A potentially scary card for decks that use many colors, but even a combo of 3 colors might be enough to get decent value out of this....

Magic the Gathering

Hobby

SRM’s Ongoing Stormbringer Review: Week 21

Stormbringer is a weekly hobby magazine from Hachette Partworks introducing players to Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. In this 80-week series, our intrepid magazine-receiver will be reviewing each individual issue, its included models, and gaming materials. A Premium US subscription was provided to Goonhammer for review purposes. If you want to follow along at home, US Customers can check out Stormbringer here. Listen, we all know fourth edition is coming soon, but can we hang out in third for a minute longer? It's a shame these partworks magazines keep starting 2/3 through an edition and ending months after the game...

SRM’s Ongoing Stormbringer Review: Week 21

Stormbringer is a weekly hobby magazine from Hachette Partworks introducing players to Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. In this 80-week series, our intrepid magazine-receiver will be reviewing each individual issue, its included models, and gaming materials. A Premium US subscription was provided to Goonhammer for review purposes. If you want to follow along at home, US Customers can check out Stormbringer here. Listen, we all know fourth edition is coming soon, but can we hang out in third for a minute longer? It's a shame these partworks magazines keep starting 2/3 through an edition and ending months after the game...

Gaming