Chain of Command AAR – Dropping into Normandy

Chain of Command AAR – Dropping into Normandy

Recently, we played some games of Chain of Command from Two Fat Lardies and had great fun. But playing single games without any connection isn’t satisfying. So we decided to give our games more meaning and start a campaign. We bought the At the sharp end campaign handbook and the Kampfgruppe von Luck campaign. I can recommend both books, especially if you consider their price. We … Show me more

How to build a winter wargaming table

How to build a winter wargaming table

In this tutorial, you will learn, how to build a winter wargaming table. The table will be lightweight and easy to store. To make it even handier, the whole table will be foldable! A few months ago we held our Blood Eagle participation game at a local convention. This was the perfect opportunity for me, to build a new gaming table. I quickly made a list and visited … Show me more

Pulp Alley campaign in Darkest Africa – Part 2

Pulp Alley campaign in Darkest Africa – Part 2

This is the second post about our Pulp Alley campaign in Darkest Africa. If you missed the first post, grab a coffee and read that post first, before returning here. I promise it is worth the read! Scenario III – The Temple of Skulls After some days in the hostile jungle, the leagues finally locate the infamous Temple of Skulls. There is no information about … Show me more

Pulp Alley campaign in Darkest Africa – Part 1

Pulp Alley campaign in Darkest Africa – Part 1

Months ago we played a small Pulp Alley campaign. Unfortunately, I wasn’t taking pictures very seriously and so this will be just a short write up and not a full AAR. But nonetheless, I hope you will enjoy the wrap-up. I bet you will because Pulp in Darkest Africa is one of the most exciting settings for miniature wargaming! What is that all about? Our Pulp Alley campaign … Show me more