New year resolution for 2017

Just a quick post today. My new year resolution for 2017. What I accomplished in 2016 I finished my German grenadiers for Bolt Action I painted a lot of miniatures for Darkest Africa (tribal warriors and other natives) I painted my Anglo-Danish army for SAGA. I painted two leagues for Pulp Alley I build a few pieces of terrain and scenery I played a lot of games … Show me more

The Kaiser’s Elephants – a scenario for Triumph & Tragedy

The Kaiser’s Elephants – a scenario for Triumph & Tragedy

Recently I finished the Kaiser’s Elephants – a scenario for Triumph & Tragedy. A Long time ago I had the idea of a scenario, which simulates big game hunting in Africa. But I also want to have some struggle between two armies. So I came up with the idea of a skirmish between poachers and the German Schutztruppe. This was my first scenario ever, so … Show me more

My Anglo-Danish army for SAGA

My Anglo-Danish army for SAGA

Today I want to show you my anglo-danish army for SAGA. Unlike the Vikings the Anglo-Danish play less aggressive. Their abilities clearly favor more defensive tactics. In some scenarios this is an advantage, but sometimes you can have a hard time winning the game. But nonetheless they are fun to play. Like the Vikings, the Anglo-Danish are an infantry based army. So if you want to play … Show me more

Miniature wargames I played in 2016

Miniature wargames I played in 2016

While GlueandDice for the most part is about building and painting stuff, today it’s all about the miniature wargames I played in 2016. I like the AARs which people share  on their blogs or forums like Lead-Adventure. But personally, I never wrote a AAR myself. Maybe in the future I will have the time and the passion to write some. But for now, I will … Show me more

How to build a modular river for wargaming

How to build a modular river for wargaming

For my Darkest Africa campaign I need some kind of modular river for wargaming. Especially for games like Pulp Alley a river offers some nice gameplay options. Bridges, crocodiles and shallow water also add some kind of fluff to the game. And you can’t have too much scenery in our hobby. So maybe you would like to check out our jungle tree tutorial as well. In the first step I … Show me more