Friday, October 11, 2019
Sunday, August 11, 2019
Hello fellow Peacekeepers,
today I have an unboxing for you. Usually I don't really do timely content. But I got my order from Corvus Belli rather early, so I figured I'd share this experience with people who are still waiting, or who are not sure whether to get this or not. So... Operation: Wildfire is the newest two-player-starter box for Infinity the game from Corvus Belli. Prepare for a picture heavy post.
Sunday, February 10, 2019
Dear fellow bloglings,
I have returned! [que evil laughter] Though, I've never been truly gone, I just stopped posting here. I focused more on gaming and other aspects of the hobby. But now that I've fixed up my hobby niche, I thought: Why not give this hobby blogging thing another try? The effort isn't all that big, and there are lots of benefits to this. So here goes the obligatory editorial.
Friday, April 4, 2014
A few weeks ago I recieved my first Kickstarter reward. On the mark I have to say. Turnaround is always an issue with crowdfuded projects. Well, not with this one it was not. Estimated March 2014 (4th month after funding) and it came in mid March. So Tablewar got that in the books for them. But what abut their product? ...Is what you are supposed to ask now. Go ahead, do it!
Tuesday, January 28, 2014
Caught up in hexes!
No-Quartermasters, White Dwarflings and future Warhammer-Visionarys gather around,
Babbling is coming up. But first I have an official announcement to make: This is a pure hobby blog (focus on hobby progress, products and techniques) and it will remain so. However I won't be the only poster anymore.
Saturday, September 21, 2013
Hold on to your interwebs boys and girls,
Here goes a cheap trick, cheap literally. I always worried: How do I connect my minis to my handles?
Thursday, September 19, 2013
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Thursday, September 12, 2013
Wednesday, August 14, 2013
Rise and shine beloved bloglings,
Some painted stuff is due. I of course realize that. Sometimes however I have something to share that might actually be useful for hobbists throughout the world. Certainly not my opinion. But my experiences with some rather new niche products might be of interest.