From a T9A news piece I wrote, now in web-blog format with some added images and commentary.
Everything that I took away from my first real-life tabletop wargaming experience in about 16 months! Should you try the out of print Runewars?!? Read on...
I was thrilled to be invited back onto this youtube show with Mad 'At and Piteglio, especially to talk about this topic which I've spent a fair bit of time on over the last 12 months or so. This one is extra relevant to the "usual" Agoners interests too, as we touch on lots of … Continue reading Essence of War on Paint Desk Ramblings
Another Tabletop Simulator based battle report for The 9th Age Essence of War - this time in video format!
Simulating tabletop miniatures fantasy wargaming in a videogame online battle!? Preposterous! A look behind the development of a new gaming system AND a battle report at the same time!? Don't say I don't spoil you!
As entrants and viewers of Euro Strike II will know it started with a lot of chaos on the day with Justemeta unfortunately having to drop out at the last minute. This made it quite a scramble to even put this event on still, and I'm still quite chuffed we managed to make it all … Continue reading Euro Strike II – Roundup, Results & Thanks
A video chat about Orcs & Goblins in The 9th Age. Rules, models, painting and all kinds of hobby discussion.
Euro Strike II: THE European Regional Fantasy Strike Online Tournament! Full rules and sign up details here.
As a topic we've literally been writing about for over a decade, can there actually be any valid argument against using skill-based matchmaking in a competitive game? I recently watched a couple of youtube videos about this, which discussed an apparently recent 'debate' online about it (although it was the first I had heard about … Continue reading Against skill based matchmaking?
Why do people get 'addicted' to collecting and painting miniatures for gaming? Some theories...