After 2020’s excellent audio drama Dredge Runners, Alec Worley returns to the ratling/ogryn duo of Baggit and Clodde for a full-length Warhammer
Tag : Warhammer 40k
One of the coolest things about the Heresy is the ability to play whatever force you want for whatever side you want. This edition has just been
Hello and welcome to this Rapid Fire author interview where today I’m chatting to the excellent Denny Flowers about his new Black Library book
A new table always takes some time to get done as you add to it, piece by piece but, this weekend, I made a final push and finished off The Imperial
(Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Warcry by Games Workshop) by The post Warcry 2.0 Review first appeared on Drive Thru Games.
Clubs and Teams are becoming more poplar in our hobby. This is great! We talk about how to get one started and some of the characteristics you
The Triumph of Saint Katherine sees Danie Ware step away from her ongoing Sister Augusta storyline but remain with the Adepta Sororitas, exploring
Warhammer 40,000: Darktide isn’t coming out in September anymore. The PC version is now set to release on Nov. 30, 2022, while the Xbox Series X|S
A couple of us were at one of the largest tournaments in the world this past weekend and we give a recap of the event and our performance there. Not
We take the opportunity to look at the Fights Last vs Fight First mechanic in the game. With the release of the Chaos Space Marine codex there are
Wow wow wow. Are you feeling claustrophobic on the table? There may be no where to hide from a few assault based armies now. That might be a
These are your Alpine GT Winning Lists results from afar! This past weekend saw the Alpine GT, a 9 round, 57 participant tournament in Salzburg!
Changes to the game are part of the cycle of life.. Right? Generals around the world will need to adapt to the Command Point changes and how to
We talk a lot about World Eaters in this show and then we move over to talk about the new Chaos Space Marines in general but with a huge focus on
Currently only available within the ‘Mega Edition’ boxed set of Ahriman: Eternal, as its own beautifully bound little book, John French’s short