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Apocalypse Rules Leaking!

Apocalypse Rules Leaking!

From FodaBett on the Apocalypse40K Forums .

July 1st, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Apocalypse on Pre-order!

Apocalypse on Pre-order!

Well, its finally here, and Games Workshop has some great Apocalypse items both, limited and regular stock. Apocalypse Rulebook

June 29th, 2013 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »

Avoiding the cost of Games Workshop tools and paints

Avoiding the cost of Games Workshop tools and paints

Part of being a wargamer is putting together and painting miniatures. If you’ve been a long-time customer of Games Workshop, you’ll know that their approach pricing could best be described as “opportunistic.” Going on the assumption that most model enthusiasts will shop with them lest other brands not work as well with GW’s official models, it’s hard to convince someone that there are other sources of hobby materials and paints, but that non-GW plastic/resin-friendly tools and paints might even be better. If you head over to eBay – familiar territory for anyone from die-hard Space Marine collectors to those who engage in the odd bit of painting but find their strategic gaming time taken up by http://www.poker.dk instead – you’ll find that a lot of people are selling paints and similar equipment, which should be extremely handy. Lower prices, larger pots, and a huge range of colours that are very similar to the ones you’re used to make for an easy run when it comes to picking out the hues that’ll comprise your new set of paints for an ongoing Dark Angels or Necron force. Additionally, it’s worth mentioning that your local DIY/hardware shop will have a lot of the tools you use on a regular basis. Clippers, files and so on, and they’ll also have wood and other materials you can make scenery and gameboards out of, as well. Add to that the lack of a GW premium, and you’ll find that you’re soon saving a significant amount of money on what can be an expensive hobby. Lastly, it’s also worth looking into using paints and tools used by other communities – Warmachine is a good example – as that may also be a cheaper alternative. So the next time you arrive home with a couple of Battleforces, fear not – the assembly and painting process may not cost you anywhere near as much!

August 22nd, 2012 | Posted in Blog Network | Read More »