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Horned Gobbo Day 2 WHFB Tournie Report

Horned Gobbo Day 2 WHFB Tournie Report

Day 2 is done and Im home in front of the fire with time to reflect on another great WHFB event.

June 23rd, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Back from another WHFB Tournament

Back from another WHFB Tournament

Back home after another enjoyable tournament event Runefang VI in Wellington.

April 28th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Gaming outside the box

Gaming outside the box

In this 5 post series I will be going over my thoughts on Narrative gaming; from tried and true mechanics that my group has used for years as well as ideas that are brewing for upcoming games. Here is a little background for those of you that were not around in the early days of 40k Rogue Trader. Back in those hallowed days 40k was all about the story; it was so deeply ingrained into the game that you were supposed to have a game master. Most gamers back then were more worried about having a great time creating a fantastic story that winning and losing was only a fleeting secondary thought. So for most of the been playing since 1st ed crowd narrative gaming is as natural as breathing. Oh how things have changed, now with the streamlined rules and tournament hungry gaming culture, narrative gaming has taken a back seat. I’d be willing to bet that there will be gamers that read this that have never played a narrative game of 40k Narrative gaming means different things to different gamers, but at its core it is about creating a story with your games. This can be achieved in many ways, from a simple objective driven system where each objective has real significance to the actual story.

July 18th, 2011 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »