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Captainraffi’s 2019 Year in Review – Skirmish, Skirmish, and More Skirmish

I can confidently declare that 2019 was my Year of Warhammer. I started logging all of my tabletop game plays using the BGStats app about 4 years ago. It helped me keep track of what I was playing which...

Age of Sigmar Review: Disciples of Tzeentch

Before I begin, full disclosure and a little bit of background. Disciples of Tzeentch was my introduction into Age of Sigmar and what got me to start believing the game was worth investing time and energy into. The first...

Age of Sigmar Battletome Review: Kharadron Overlords

Kharadron Overlords were one of the first Age of Sigmar factions to receive a battletome, and a lot of the faction's design was a test-run of sorts for themes that would later be prevalent in later battle-tomes - including...

Age of Sigmar: The Christmas Update

This week Games Workshop decided to drop - rather unceremoniously - the Christmas FAQ for Age of Sigmar. The new FAQ comes with a few rule updates and point changes for some of the game's older armies in response...

Warhammer Legends: The Goonhammer Round Table Review

After months of speculation, Games Workshop finally released its new “Warhammer: Legends” rules, putting several older models to bed and effectively removing them from tournament play, if not our hearts. Here to talk about the new rules, what they...

How to Base Everything: Pools of Slime

Basing is a critical part of the painting process. Armies on the battlefields of the 41st Millennium or the Mortal Realms will find themselves fighting across a wide variety of terrain, from lush jungles to barren rockscapes, industrial wastelands...

Age of Sigmar Review: Ogor Mawtribes

Launching alongside the brand new Ossiarch Bonereapers, Ogor Mawtribes is another "consolidation" book along the lines of Cities of Sigmar or Orruk Warclans. In Warhammer Fantasy these units belonged to the Ogre Kingdoms faction, in Age of Sigmar they...

Age of Sigmar Review: Ossiarch Bonereapers

The Ossiarch Bonereapers were a bit of a surprise to the Age of Sigmar community. Teased with some vague trailers about a General professing his admiration of Nagash and his mission to collect a "Tithe of Bones", people weren't...

Age of Sigmar Review: Orruk Warclans

Released alongside Cities of Sigmar, the Orruk Warclans book feels like it has a very similar agenda to its sister book. Both books had an intended goal of consolidating some disparate factions into one location. The difference here is...

Age of Sigmar Review: Cities of Sigmar

It’s been a long and tumultuous road but finally, The Empire has risen again with an actual battletome in Age of Sigmar. The short version is that Cities of Sigmar is a combination of most of the Empire (called...
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(Semi) Live-Blogging the GW Finals in Grapevine, TX

Hi everyone, and welcome to me following up on one of my dumber ideas. Namely, flying up to Dallas...
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