A few weeks ago, my friend Remi (Salaise Figurine Studio) and I played a 40k games. It was my Afrikadia Korps IG army against its Sons of Horus. We had a Knight on each side: an Paladin on its side and a Lancer on mine. The battle was great, especially the final duel between our Knights which… Read More Battle – Knight vs Knight
I’ve always liked the paradoxical concept of having horse riders in future army. We don’t have any more cavalry on our contemporary battlefields and yet, for one obscure reason, in 40000 years they will decide otherwise. Anyway, they look awesome on the table and that’s more than enough for me! Once more, I spent too much time… Read More Afrikadia Korps: Rough riders
Another great product form Neveu Loic: its french cemetery. Again this kit is full of details. In fact, it reminds me real cemetery that I saw in the north of France! Great job, I highly recommend it, it gives a lot of character to your WWII battle board, it’s easy to paint and doesn’t cost… Read More Review – Neveu Loic cemetery
I have been enjoying Flames of war as a secondary wargame for the last 5 years or so. This game is great and I really like the change of scale from 28mm down to 15mm. Because of this change, it feels like you are commanding a larger force and your units are moving a lot faster.… Read More Review: Neveu Loic Normandy buildings
Last weekend, I attended a Warhammer 40000 tournament with my friend Rémi (Salaise Figurine Studio). It was a team tournament, each teammate with 1000 pts and no ally. This tournament was clearly Hobby orientated with approximately 60% of the points attributed to the hobby part (level of painting, comp, list originality, fairplay, etc) and 40%… Read More 40k TAG team tournament
Even if I don’t post much about historical wargames, I have been into Flames of War for the last 5 years. I’m playing French (2nd Division Blindée), German (Panzer kompany) and Russian (Tankovy Kompany). Some Panzer IV tanks of my German army, had their cannons broken. I found some very nice 3d model of cannon on… Read More Broken cannon? 3d print-it!