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

Foundry Sleek Warrior Women

Foundry Sleek Warrior Women

To expand my Darkest Africa miniature collection I painted some Foundry Sleek Warrior Women. The quality of the miniatures is superb.  I am a big fan of the whole Darkest Africa range from Foundry. But the Foundry Sleek Warrior Women are especially impressive. I used mine in our pulp campaign as female bodyguards of the local cannibal chief. They also had an appearance as fanatics … Show me more

Foundry Masai Warriors

Foundry Masai Warriors

Recently I painted some additions for my Darkest Africa collection: Foundry Masai Warriors. As always the models are superb. Honestly, I think you can never be wrong with picking miniatures from Foundry. If you are interested in the whole colonial wargaming thing, this company is definitely your friend. But long story short let’s take a look at the miniatures. Painted Foundry Masai Warriors    Some thoughts … Show me more

Meerkat den for wargaming

Meerkat den for wargaming

It is time for another piece of scenery. This time we are building a Meerkat den for Wargaming. I love colonial wargaming because of the nearly endless possibilities for terrain and scenery. As a result, most gaming tables for colonial wargaming look amazing. If you want to go the extra mile, you could add some special pieces to add even more flavor to your table. The … Show me more