The town of Nachtdorf, in fear of vampires as the sun goes down. Click through for a report of our first weekend playing this new campaign for the Mordheim game.
New page here: http://hobbyblog.wargameweaver.com/warhammer-skirmish to host the 2002 skirmish rules and scenarios.
A Variant Pirate Warband For Mordheim
by Michael Weaver
Micheal has worked up and play-tested a new warband for Mordheim, allowing pirates from different Warhammer races to be included in the same crew! Enjoy!
by Michael Weaver
“So Lieutenant, you and your… men …can be very useful to me. Your ogre in particular looks formidable.” The fat merchant looked exceedingly confident.
This past weekend our gang descended upon Nashcon and had a great time. Click through for pics.
My brother Micheal contributes a great article this week full of tips on playing Dwarf Treasure Hunters in Mordheim. I have decorated his sage words with pictures of a Dwarf warband I’ve just finished painting for use in a campaign in a few months. Click through for all the Stunty love.
A new weapon for your Dwarf Treasure Hunters to try out! Click through for rules.
Aroooooooooooo! Click through for some pics and opinions regarding the latest Vampire Counts plastic Dire Wolves.
I’m trying to improve my miniature picture-taking skills. Here’s a pic of a Games Workshop River Troll done with the mini inside a light-box.
The light-box is just a cardboard box with three sides mostly cut out, creating windows in each side, and then white tissue paper taped over those windows. You cut a rectangular strip of posterboard (in this case I used white) and curve it inside the box to provide a background. The lights go outside the box, the tissue reflects the light around inside the box. You stick the mini in, snap the pic. I think it’s an improvement!
Here’s one for sale on Amazon: link. My home-made one cost about five dollars for the white tissue paper (gift wrapping tissue) and a couple bucks for the posterboard.