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New Terrain Counters

Simply put a terrain counter is a small base (anything from 3/4 inch to 2-3 inches) that has representative terrain modeled on it. It can be used to represent blocking or difficult terrain or just for flavor. For myself I … Continue reading

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Quality and Manufacturers

Spent the day flashing and basing 50 figures, quite a bit more were done when you count the ones not flashed. Funny how the quality of figures changes from company to company. One group of 17 are German infantry that … Continue reading

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Keep on the Borderlands and my kids

Aside from the propensity to throw the dice too strongly, move figures and terrain around, and scribble on character sheets when I  wasn’t watching the kids surprised me with how well they took to the RPG format of gaming. I … Continue reading

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Back From Historicon

I love Historicon! 6000 wargamers in attendance at a convention in PA. This was my 2nd year and the first it was in King of Prussia, PA. Awesome games, my club’s game won a game master award. I attended 2 … Continue reading

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Hover Sled 600

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Size comparison Hover Cycle vs 28mm & 32mm figures

Here’s a little size comparison to commonly used figures. The two yazerians riding the cycle are classic 28mm TSR figures and the one standing is an ICORE, figure, I believe, in about 32mm scale. The yazerians are on one inch … Continue reading

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Hover Cycle #1

Small departure here from the previous blog as an idea took me an I followed it.Designed a hover cycle based on a stand up/ jet ski inspired hover sled. Plus with a stand up model and high density magnets I’ll … Continue reading

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