Aaron "Lenoon" Bowen

Lenoon’s Road from Austerlitz: Well Travelled Land

Lenoon goes back to Napoleonics to start planning a modular board for 6mm Haitian revolutionary battles

Goonhammer Reads Science Fiction: Far out

We've been to the past, we've dived into translations, we've looked square in the eye of feminist Science Fiction and learnt a lot from the experience, and now we've reached a high water mark - the decade that produced some of the greatest Science Fiction works of all time. This week with Kurt Vonnegut, Carol Emshwiller, Harlan Ellison, Roger Zelazny and Mike Brooks!

Lion Rampant Second Edition – the Goonhammer Review

Lion Rampant (Second Edition) is the new Medieval rule set from Osprey. There’s a lot of Medieval rules out there, so Jackie and Lenoon sat down to chat about it and see what there is to like about this new edition of a well-loved game.

The End and the Death, Part One: Goonhammer Review

So it has come to this. The Emperor is off to fight Horus. We have reached the End and the Death. How we think this story should end is not just from the Siege of Terra, or the impossibly...

Flower Wars: Researching a Game

We're really excited about what we're doing over here in the Goonhammer Historicals team with our Flower Wars project. It's an exciting thing, being involved in designing a brand new game. It's not one that I ever thought I'd...

Goonhammer Reads Science Fiction: Women! are! People!

Welcome back! This month we're taking a full on dive into Science Fiction written by Women, because while it won't shock any of the no doubt wise and worldly readers of goonhammer dot com, there are plenty of people...

Goonhammer Historicals Unit Focus: Berg Lancers

If there’s one thing the Napoleonic period has going for it for the historical wargamer, it’s the fanciest uniforms ever put to battle. The French were resplendent in blue, the British in incredibly fiddly red with padded shoulders and...

Goonhammer Reads Science Fiction: Back to the 50s Future

If there's something that far too many people in the western world loved in the late 20th century, it's the 1950s. The 1950s exert a real and pressing pull on the cultural world we live in and "Ok Boomer"...

What Happened to… Gorkamorka? Part Two: The Hulk

Gorkamorka lasted six months and nearly took GW down with it - what happened and why did some Orks messing about in the desert nearly crash a multinational company?

What Happened to… Gorkamorka? Part One: Gorkers and Morkers

Gorkamorka is probably the most short lived of what would become the “Specialist Games”. There are a lot of dead games out there, but Gorkamorka only lasted six months in the dying days of the second millennium. It’s not just that I liked it though, because Gorkamorka is perhaps a little more important to the history of Games Workshop than you'd think.

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The Arkanaut’s Oath by Guy Haley – The Goonhammer Review

The Arkanaut’s Oath sees Drekki Flynt, captain of The Aelsling, given his first novel-length adventure, having already starred in...
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