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#BloodBowl – Introducing the Rotswell Wormfoods!

I decided to try something different this year and have taken up Bloodbowl. I'm getting ready for a local tournament (Blingtoof's Gitbash) and picked up an Undead team from venerable @mrkevinstewart.

#InfinityTheGame – @miniwargaming BatRep – Shock Army vs Military Orders: Round 2

Tidying up some old posts here. Two(!) years ago around this time I went down to MWG to get a few games in. I don't remember the details of the game but

#MTG – Jarad EDH

For quite some time I worked with a Karador Reanimate deck which, over time, became a little boring to play. Unlike the everpresent madness inherent with Nekusar, I found play style wasn't

#XWingMiniatures – Scum and Villainy Z-95

Long time no post! Summer hobby time has been few and far between and, although I've started a few projects I haven't been finishing them up. With the recent X-Wing

Stripping #XWingMiniatures with Simple Green

I normally prime/paint directly which results in a minimal loss of detail, but once in awhile I'll have a mini that needs the simple green treatment. For this walkthrough I overprimed a TIE fighter,

#XWingMiniatures – M3-A Interceptor, Round 2!

Chalk up another one! I enjoyed painting the previous M3-A quite a bit so decided to go for round 2. Not much changed from the first attempt, I opted to stick with the

#XWingMiniatures – IG-2000

Due to the great feedback I've been receiving on my Scum and Villainy repaints I decided to pick up a few more ships to paint up. The next logical choice was IG-88's

#XWingMiniatures – TIE Defender

While I've previously said my favourite Imperial ship is the TIE Interceptor the Defender comes in at a close second. Working on perfecting the technique utilized on the Baron Interceptor (Red Panels, Black