Wednesday, 31 July 2019

RETRO REVIEW: Warhammer Armies: Dogs of War (1998)


With so little information on what to look forward to, I thought I'd look back at my personal-all time favourite Games Workshop publication (sorry Skavenslayer), a flawed masterpiece, and possible long lost ancestor of Cities of Sigmar...

Tuesday, 30 July 2019

So what's a "City of Sigmar" and why haven't I heard of them? A Brief History


If you're reading this post a short while into the future, chances are you have heard of Cities of Sigmar - they're the horrible gamebreaking point-and-click gunline army, that even after their third errata nerf continues to dominate the competitive meta; with hastily contrast painted cannons and aelf archers taking up 95% of tournament tables. If like me, you're from the past, then read on...

Monday, 29 July 2019

Hello! + some painted models


Welcome to the first (and at a reasonable guess given my attention span, last) post on my Cities of Sigmar blog for Warhammer Age of Sigmar. The Cities of Sigmar (or Free Cities for those of us who've been around since 2016), and the factions that make them up have been my favourite part of the game and setting since they first appeared, and to me are the perfect marriage of classic Warhammer's look and background, and Age of Sigmar's extravagant themes and limitless capacity for creativity.