Feb 042010

My brother Michael has a new cooperative play scenario for us, “Looting the Looters”. We played this scenario with five players over the holidays, and Michael has played it with his gaming group as well. It is quite a bit of fun!

Orcs leap from gatehouseOrcs leap from gatehouse

Orcs leap from gatehouse01-Jan-2010 13:19, Panasonic DMC-TZ3, 4.1, 7.3mm, 0.033 sec, ISO 100


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Jan 242010

We ushered in the first day of the new year with a monster-sized Mordheim battle on the new grassland terrain boards.  Five warbands versus over a hundred Orcs!  Click through for pics and battle report!

Kingsbury and Michael setting upKingsbury and Michael setting up

Kingsbury and Michael setting up01-Jan-2010 11:04, Panasonic DMC-TZ3, 3.3, 4.6mm, 0.033 sec, ISO 500


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Feb 172008

In preparation for a Mordheim campaign, I’ve finished a couple of new scenarios. I have them over on google docs at the moment, as WordPress does not seem to like multi-column content in its pages very much.

The first scenario, The Rat Race, is a chase after a pack of giant rats that have run off with a pile of loot in a very, um, gastronomical way.

The second scenario, A Stake in Time Saves Ryan, is an affair involving a cocky priest, a bag of stakes, a bunch of vampires, a secret door, and general chaos.

Neither of these has been playtested yet! Hope to do so soon.

In addition, my friend Michael Stamps has a very deadly looking new scenario called Bug Hunt that involves warbands searching the area for aliens from a crashed vessel. If comets can hit Mordheim, why not a flying saucer or two? This scenario would be a great opportunity to use GW Tyranid or Starship Trooper miniatures.