Welcome to this blog fellow wargamer!

My name is Matt (aka Kibo) and I have been enjoying wargaming for 18 years now! One of my passion is miniatures wargaming and scale modeling. I’m a huge fan of the warhammer 40,000 universe from Games Workshop as it speaks to both my inner wargamer and sci-fi geek. As a veteran wargamer, it goes without saying that I have also been playing (a lot) to Warhammer battle, Battlefleet gothic, Bloodbowl, Mordheim and Necromunda. I will let you discover what are my favorite armies within my blog.

Since 2010, I’ve also been playing Historical Wargaming, especially in WWII with the fantastic game Flames of War from our kiwi’s friends at Battlefront or Bolt Action from Warlords Games. I like these games for being very well balanced between playability and historic accuracy. Simulation is really not my type. I like to play wargames and, yes, I don’t care about placing my artillery on the table as long as it’s fun.

One of my favorite aspect of this hobby is scenery making. Urban or open-field, desertic or ice-world, I really enjoy building awesome tables and scenery. After 16 years of trials and errors, I have developed some skills in this area that I hope to share with you.

Matt from Simple As War

Last but not least, reading through these few lines, you may have understood that english is not my native language. So sorry for that. One of the secondary objective of this blog is, indeed, to help me master the common language through regular practice.

Matt from Simple As War

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