The Houston Beer and Pretzel Wargaming society have put on a combined Aeronef and IHMN game that has to be seen to be believed.
While their agents on board the RMS Majestic struggle to find and take the elusive Morton File, their navies approach with the intention of either taking the ship and rescuing their men or sending it to a fiery demise.
The two games were fought side by side in real time leading to real dramatic tension.
You can find the whole battle here: http://beerandpretzel.webs.com/apps/blog/show/41853746-great-britain-and-france-at-war
Ladies and Gentlemen,
I have just been interviewed by two young chaps from the colonies, and they had the temerity to record and broadcast it on something called ‘you tube’!
If you can stand an hour of me being mercilessly interrogated about the creation of IHMN and where it might be headed, by a man painting a plastic flying pig, you can find it here:
I’ll be expecting writs from Games Workshop and several others I defamed shortly…
Do you remember this?
Then get a load of this:
Over on the IHMN board at the Lead Adventure Forums one of our stalwarts, Count Thorwin (Iron Cross with nut clusters) has built the Kaiser Wilhelm walker from the cover of IHMN.
You can see more photos of it and a description of how he built it here: http://www.lead-adventure.de/index.php?topic=64203.0
The 3rd (Foot & Mouth) Regiment was originally formed by a group of enthusiasts who wanted to celebrate the comedy of the classic Carry On movie whilst also doing something creative, entertaining and fun.
For more information look here: http://3rdfootandmouth.yolasite.com/
Anyone else notice something in the background?
In light of the recent release of the figures for this company by Northstar Miniatures, and certain changes coming in Sleeping Dragon, Rising Sun we present to you version 2.
You can find it in the Bonus Materials section of the blog.
Note: This includes full descriptions of a few of the new talents coming in SDRS…
Natholeon has once more committed the Society of Thule against his friend Michael’s Imperial Cossacks.
You can read the full report here: http://natholeonsempires.blogspot.co.uk/2014/03/three-nil-germany-over-russia.html?showComment=1393768301006#c3811626224606874004
Sit down, listen up…
we’ve all the time in the world…
It was a Tuesday the day the world ended. My Grandmother must have told me a thousand times. People argue over the date, the month, the year, not that it matters. My Grandmother was a young girl then, she’s now long since dead, my mother, born after the war, is dead too.
The Last World War some call it. Optimists. No one really knows who started it, or why, if there was ever a reason, but once it started it was only ever going to end one way: the end of the world itself.
And what comes after the end of the world, inherited by those few survivors? Life, of sorts, I suppose. A struggle to survive, scavenging and looting and fighting our way in small bands, groups, gangs or families: across the dead Earth.
Across the Dead Earth is a new post-apocalyptic skirmish game written by a couple of fellow Brit’s. From talking to one of the authors, Rich Chappell, and reading through their site this looks like it could a very interesting project indeed. There is a wealth of information here: http://www.deadearth.co.uk/?page_id=95
They have just launched a kickstarter which, in a single day, is two-thirds funded so now is the time to get in on this one. You can find the kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/chappellm/across-the-dead-earth