Welcome to my blog! It's where I keep progress of my Kings of War stuff. This blog will cover my hobby adventures (and gaming adventures) in Kings of War. Sometimes there's other systems and stuff, mainly hobby related. As for my armies, my first love is my yellow-black human army (as seen above) which has … Continue reading Welcome to my blog!
Back in the day, I posted my first painted gloomhaven mini ever - the cragheart. In my first Gloomhaven campaign back then, I played this critter and loved it! The campaign lasted a dozen games or so and was discontinued later because of Corona. Now Corona is finally (thank the heavens) on its retour here … Continue reading Gloomhaven (continued)
Recently, I posted work-in-progress shots of my new soul reaver infantry regiment alongside my Goreblight model. This unit has been finished, finally. I'm pretty happy how they turned out, especially because I used a slightly different colour scheme (less vibrant) than my other SRI infantry regiment. (here for -> comparison) I do like both, because … Continue reading Hobby update – Soul reavers & balefire
Elsewhere on this blog, I posted part 1 of this battle. The report ended with a photo from my opponent's view at the end of turn 2. This picture is showed below again. As you can see, the wolfpacks on the far right (of this picture, far left from my side of the battle) have … Continue reading the battle that was not needed – part 2
This is part 1 of a battle report worth 1,500 points in our Halpi's rift campaign. Part 2 will follow soonish. Was this battle an inevitability? In Jarvis' eyes, it was definately not. The battle was unnecesary and wastefull, for were his goals and the goals of the Northern Alliance thane not similar? One did … Continue reading The battle that was not needed
Introduction: for our Halpi's rift campaign, I chose Jarvis as general and selected his army . Recently, I finished painting up a goreblight model, one of the models in the army. Her story should be told! A few months ago..... The bright sunlight painted the landscape in vribrant colours. Sharp shadows contrasted with the bright … Continue reading Hilda meets Jarvis
This year's Monster March has been a breeze and the result is quite nice. Using Contrast Paints to paint this girl was super easy. I think I name her "Hilda". Some fluff about Hilda will feature later on this Blog. Keep Posted! In the end, converting the model was hugely rewarding. It even took more … Continue reading Monster March – finished!
This blog post compiles the rules for the first round of the Halpi's rift campaign. Battles in the COVID-lockdown Currently, the Netherlands are still in Lockdown. This means that opportunities to battle are very limited. Some participants have expressed the desire to start, though, finding some way to battle a 1vs1 battle within the visitor … Continue reading Halpi’s rift campaign round 1
Jarvis' army still needs an army list. The reason it's not been posted is that is was bloody hard to spend the last few points. 1,000 point armies (especially elite armies) are a bitch to compose. I knew I wanted a horde to act as an anvil and take space. Furthermore, I wanted a unit … Continue reading Jarvis’ judgment 1,000 point army
Last week, I entered @swordmaster's Monter March '21 painting challenge and I scratch-built my goreblight model. This week I painted the beasty, and it's become lovely orgross, depending on how one looks at it. The result is more than satisfactionary, leaving just the base to be done. I painted the model using contrast paints; it … Continue reading Monster March ’21 #2 & Jarvis
This blog post is a continuation of our local Halpi's rift campaign. It describes what Nexus power does. Magic, the essence of our dreams..... or nightmares if it goes wrong. - Madriga, elven magus Gathering Nexus power is the objective of our Halpi's rift campaign. Nexus power is both a measure of success in the … Continue reading Halpi’s rift Nexus power effects