Video Series: New Stuff Episode 2   Recently updated !

Watch Conesy chatter about new stuff he has recently purchased recently.

Featured Games/Products in this episode:

  • Stone Age: The Expansion
  • Brew Crafters: The Travel Card Game
  • Tiny Epic Defenders
  • Dropzone Commander Scourge
  • Bolt Action: Armies of the United States
  • Rubicon Models Tiger I
  • Hot Wire Foam Factory
  • Army Painter


5500 Points Lizardmen vs Orcs and Goblins   Recently updated !

Yeah, this is special. Giving 8th edition the kind of respect going out that it deserves. Kenny and I have a combined close to 700 models on the table. Ok, 400+ are just in Orcs and Goblins figures!

Kenny is playing the Lizardmen and I am playing the Orcs and Goblins.

Game is over and clean up is finished. Look for the video and more pictures to be added soon from Kenny’s side of the game!

Photo Gallery for the Battle


Blood in the Sun 2015

Hey all, it’s that time of year for Blood in the Sun 5, or often referred to as BITS. Can’t believe I have been coming to this tournament now for 5 years. That’s 5 great years of Warhammer, fun and friends and this year was like others. All ready I have met a bunch of first time tournament goers, hooked up with old friends, watched some cool games and seen some really cool models.

Enjoy the pictures of this year’s event, either now or in the future. These are hosted through Google Photos so the link will redirect you away from the site. If you are watching these as I take them, I will be adding and syncing pictures I take with this folder.

Blood in the Sun 2015 Photos


Episode 63: All Over the Place

Episode 63

We are all over the place on this one with lots of things we want to talk about and just not enough time to get it all in. Yeah, we probably should have just gotten together sooner, but that bum Conesy had to have a little surgery in there that stalled things out for a bit.

In this episode, our hosts discuss Dreadball by Mantic Games, touch on Dropzone Commander by Hawk Wargames, catch up on some big Warhammer news, movies, campaign wrap up and even some listener questions at the end. Yeah, there’s a lot of stuff packed into this episode.

By the way, as promised, here is the link to the campaign that was just run here in Madison at Pegasus Games. Overall, as you’ll here, we all had a good time with it and it was laid out well to go with our pick up games on regular game night.

Warhammer Campaign based on the End Times by Conesy

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Gaming Spotlight: Cthulhu Wars

Cthulhu Wars is a mythos game based losely on the tales of H.P. Lovecraft. You know, those great short stories that he wrote. Ok, if you don’t know them, think gribbly horrifying monsters, mind bending creatures and general horror usually written pretty dryly. I will recommend though, that if you are new to the mythos that stories like Dunwhich Horror are a great place to start. Needless to say, I am a fan.

So, like a lot of folks that watched the kickstarter for this game, I was a little unsure of dropping the kind of money they wanted to buy the core game. I figured it was probably better just to hang out, wait for it to hit stores and see what people think. Not to mention, then at least some of the money goes to my FLGS which needs it as much as this company making this game needs it. So when it hit the shelves at Pegasus Games, after a few minutes of indicision and staring at the box it was mine. Ok, so I did read a few reviews and watch a couple of how to play videos before I bought it.

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Game Review: Dropzone Commander

At Adepticon this year, I decided to go all in and purchased a VIG badge. Largely this was to get the extra swag, and boy was there extra swag to be had. One of the extra items was a United Colonies of Man (UCM) starter box for Dropzone Commander. After sitting there for a couple of months, I was just looking for something else to work on. Popped on a couple of YouTube videos of a couple of the free games I received at Adepticon and was intrigued by this game. What the heck, time to start putting it together!

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What I realize, as I do with a lot of games, was that the best chance I was going to have to get other people to play is if I have enough stuff to run some intro games. Looking at the deals out there, it seemed best to pick up the 2 player starter set so I would also have a copy of the rules. As pictured above, this is the full contents of the 2 player starter, which is a lot of stuff including the terrain.
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The long pause

Folks may have noticed a big pause around the holidays and we came back and did some shows. We have hit another big pause here. I want to assure our fans it isn’t because Brian and I have rage quit Warhammer. Rather, if you didn’t know I recently have been dealing with a lot of issues with my right hand and arm. Being right handed this has drastically impacted my ability to hobby. Couple this with the uncertainty of what is going on with the status of Warhammer Fantasy and it’s been hard to work up the go to do hobby on Fantasy models.

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I will note, that both Brian and I have been playing a few games. Honestly, Brian more than myself lately but in the grand scheme, things just haven’t worked out where the two of us can get together.
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BABR – Soviet Union vs United States

This was my first outing with my new Soviet Union army and and I gave Brian a chance to be my first opponent. We chose to play 1000 points and rolled up scenario 3, Point Defense. If your not familiar with Bolt Action, it’s a World War 2 (WW2) miniatures wargame using 28mm figures. If you think games like Flames of War, then your on the right thought, but think a bigger scale closer to our Warhammer Fantasy figures. Most games are scenario based, with a lot of them using objectives. Point Defense is no different with a clear attacker/defender chosen. Once this is chosen, the defender places 3 objective tokens and up to half their army in their deployment zone. Brian chose to be defender with his United States forces and went to work setting up.


Brian’s forces set up with, starting with my far flank a Medium Mortar supported by an eight man squad of rifleman. In the center, an eight man squad of Rangers who used their special move to advance into the board. In the ruins to the right was another eight man squad of rifleman. To the far right, the Americans deployed a 57mm medium anti tank gun. Finally, in the tall, centerish building/ruins Brian hid his sniper with a great vantage over my deployment. I was able to do preparatory bombardment as the defenders, scored a couple of pins on the mortar and 1 kill on the squad in the ruins. All in all, not great, but it was better than nothing and I was right away fighting up hill in this game with a lot of board to cross in 6 turns with my mostly infantry army.
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Episode 62: Eighth Symphony

Episode 62

First, let me apologize and warn, the sound quality isn’t are usual standard with this one. It’s recorded using a Google Hangout, and I didn’t do a great job of balancing everyone’s levels out of the gate which means that some people on the final cut ended up over amplified. Of course, if I would have had any brains I would have saved off the original recorded track as a back up before editing. It’s still a great show with some great stuff we chat about, just be ready for squeeky chair and over amplified Conesy.

That being said, in this episode, we talk about our favorite things about 8th edition. With guests Davy and Eric on as well as our hosts, it’s a lively chat and a great banter as we all discuss our favorite and least favorite rules in 8th edition.

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