First off; The product I’m reviewing I purchased myself, so I didn’t get a freebie or anything else.
Second, blame Wee Ivor and the lads over at Wee Gamers for this. 😛
Thirdly; I’ve no WIP pics, as I didn’t think to use them. When I get my next batch in, I’ll start taking them.
But to be fair, the pics up at 4Ground will do better justice than I would. Realistically though, you need to see these things in the flesh!
Now to business. At Warpcon 23; (Review due: Soon TM); I picked up 1 Right hand side non-ruined, a middle ruined and left hand ruined buildings in 28mm scale from 4Ground, a UK based gaming terrain manufacturer.
They also have 15mm and cover periods from Ancient era, right through to WW2.
These are all pre-painted, requiring assembly and gluing to build. The level of skill required is about the same as a moderate 40K Kit, possibly less, depending on your manually dexterity.
Continue reading Review: 4Ground Pre-painted, Laser cut, Gaming Terrain.
So. 2012. We’re a full month into it and by now I’ve crystallised most of what I want to achieve for the year. As last year, I’m documenting most of it here so I have a reminder and some place to track it.
Continue reading 2012: The Year I Get More Stuff Did
Sunday Morning this year was marked by a lack of tiredness on my part, as I didn’t for once, partake of the shananigans that usually revolve around any group of Cork Gamers and a bar. 🙂
Trust me, if you want more info, make friends withe the Skibb Wargamers and the lads from WAC… Continue reading Warpcon 2012: Day 3: Sunday:
So, Saturday morning I rocked on up to the Student Center in UCC to get my pass and register. Due to delays with the opening of the center it was about 19.15 when I pitched up to the 40K registration.
This time, the delays were on UCC’s side, not the WARPs Trolls.
Between IT hiccups and general Saturday morning confusion, the games kicked off around 10.30. Warpcon 2012 was being played with the new ETC Primary and Secondary mission objectives. Continue reading Warpcon 2012: Day 2: Saturday
Hello there! If you’re coming from Wee Gamers, Welcome! This is a short piece I wrote for them covering my experience of Warpcon 2012 from the Warhammer 40K scene in Cork.
Just to get a few things out of the way: I’m in no way a Power Gamer or a WAAC kind of person. I’m currently (until the AGM at least) the Secretary of WAC (The Wargamers Association of Cork). And I tend to ramble a bit… 😀
These next few posts detail my experiences at what has been my 7th Warpcon to date. Read on for more. Continue reading Warpcon 2012: Day 1: Friday
So. We’re now into 2012. Time for the old retrospective post, eh?
Read on for more!
Continue reading 2011: The Year of Getting Stuff Did.
So I’m back from Gaelcon, with a top half finish. This was my first top half finish in a tournament ever! Dead chuffed with that.
Read on for more.
Continue reading Gaelcon, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Deathroll All The Things!
February saw a slow down in painting, naturally due to no longer having to rush paint for Warpcon.
That didn’t mean a complete stop. I’ve gotten to the stage where I need to wash 13 of 15 marines. I’ve primed 2 Baal Preds and a rhino as well as 2 land speeders.
No pics, as I never remember to, but I will put some up of the troops once they are all done.
One by one, I’m whittling down the list.
So, I took part in my fifth Warpcon, Warpcon 21. It happened to be Nick Meade’s 21st Birthday too, so I’m amazed his liver survived. 🙂
I brought the Orks with me to Warpcon, and came 41st out of 65 finishers.
Continue reading Warpcon 21, January 28th to 30th, 2011
I have completed the 3 Big Shootas needed for the army for warpcon.