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Writing for the Black Library – Think you’ve got what it takes?


Writing for the Black Library is a dream for many fans of the Games Workshop universes set in Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40k. Its fans are legion and dedicated, and the universes are packed with ideas that have people salivating as they line up to buy the next Sarah Cawkwell, David Guymer or Dan Abnett book. Some … Continue reading

Fighting Fantasy Fest – YOU are the hero!


Jonathan Green has announced that tickets for FIGHTING FANTASY FEST 2014 – the world’s first ever convention dedicated to Fighting Fantasy Gamebooks – are on sale now. Guests of Honour Steve Jackson and Ian Livingstone will be giving a talk about how FF first came to be, artists Chris Achilleos, Russ Nicholson, Malcolm Barter and Tony Hough are … Continue reading

Sandbagging – In a good way


I thought I would get my hands dirty today. Literally and figuratively. I’m not the best modeller in the world, but I sometimes like to have a go at projects I wouldn’t normally. After a bit of googling, I found a good way of making sandbags and sandbag emplacements for my models. I’ve just started … Continue reading

Strange search terms


Just a quick post. I was looking at my day’s stats. Compared to yesterday’s they’re appalling. There has been a sudden and massive return to the normal amount of views I get. Which is a shame. However, I was looking at the search terms people used to find my blog and read my articles and … Continue reading

Warhammer 40K Scenario – Eliminate the Asset


The Singeorge System had been beseiged on all fronts by the greenskin menace. Imperial forces are in full retreat, the Imperial Navy, Astra Militarum and Planetary Defence Force proving themselves to be completely inadequate. As the retreat gathers pace, more and more valuable servants of the God Emperor are being left behind, regular Imperial Forces … Continue reading

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