It’s 454 kilometres from Kyoto to Tokyo, which, Google maps tells me, would take me 96 hours to walk. Apparently, most of that way would be along a 4 lane motorway. In Tokaido, you can get the journey done in about 45 minutes and the whole trip will be littered with bucolic scenery, interesting encounters, collectable… Read More Tokaido: Strength in Simplicity
Being a newbie adventurer is hard. You have crappy gear, junk stats and the world around you is a terrifying vastness filled with horrifying enemies. Now imagine the same, but you’re around three inches tall, the rock-bottom of the food chain and your standard house cat is basically death incarnate. Yup, being a mouse is… Read More Of Mouses and Men: Mouse Guard 2nd Edition Box Set Review
Lots of you have been asking for bigger pictures of the minis that came in my Model Box. The pictures in the original post should have opened full size when you clicked on them and for the life of me I can’t figure out why they don’t. I’ve failed at blogging. So low-tech solution, here… Read More Monthly Mini Madness – The Big Picture Update
Recently I’ve notice a boom in companies offering “crates” of one type or another. Monthly subscription boxes, containing everything from hats to wine, are the in-thing at the moment, and with most in-things I was completely oblivious to them. That was until my lovely girlfriend purchased me a subscription to Infinity Crate, who have been… Read More Monthly Mini Madness – A Model Box Review
I’m a big fan of using props in role playing games. I know that the Theatre of the Mind has an infinite special effects budget, but we humans are an avaricious lot and there is something special about getting treasure, real hold-it-in-your-hand treasure, that really excites my players.
Alongside my love of RPG’s I am also an avid fan of tabletop wargaming, specifically, if not surprisingly, Warhammer. Games Workshop’s premier product is ubiquitous in the wargaming world and, regardless of what you think of the GeeDubs themselves, they do produce some lovely miniatures. One of the main draws of Warhammer for me was… Read More The Hidden Art Of Our Hobby
I’ll admit, I was initially a little wary of picking up a copy of Tales From the Yawning Portal. I’m familiar with all of the Dungeons it contains and I even own a copy of a few of them. So, what would motivate me to pick up this compendium when updating the originals isn’t that… Read More Tales From The Yawning Portal: Inital Thoughts.