After going through my 4 remaining Epic armies and posting pictures of them on here, I decided to delve into my lead pile and see what I have to add to the armies. I’ve already taken pictures of my unpainted squat units (it’s here) but I knew I had more stuff and all I had
Just when you thought I couldn’t possibly have more Space Marine armies, up I pop with number 4 and this time it’s Orks the Orks in 2nd edition had some of the funkiest miniatures in the game and loads of fabulous rules, I was especially a fan of the Mekboys vehicles as they could cause carnage,
It’s not a secret that I am a huge fan of the Space Marine (Epic) game that GW released in the late 80’s and early 90’s, in fact I’ve blogged about on numerous occasions (See here) In 1997 GW decided to release a new version of Space Marine to replace the classic 2nd edition game
it’s another day and another Epic (Space Marine) army, yes it’s the Imperial Guard I went a bit mad with my guard army and its been the one that I kept adding too even after I stopped playing the game. I don’t know why there just seemed to be another unit I could add in
yesterday I posted a couple of pictures of my Epic (Space Marine) Squat army and it seems to have caused lots of interest on twitter with people asking what other armies I have lurking in the back of my cupboard. well I have a few so here’s another one, this time its my Space Marine army
I was bored earlier and decided to sort out my gaming storage cupboard and during this long and arduous process I pulled out a box that contains my beloved Epic Squat army. this army was one of the smaller ones I did for Epic and is one of the 4 I have left in my
If you’ve read the previous 2 parts of this series of articles about my introduction to wargaming (here and here) you will know that I’d spent my formative years in school playing lots of Role Playing Games and I had dipped my toe into wargaming but hadn’t actually finished an army or played a game.