To kick this off, I will start with my character’s backstory. This whole writeup is written from his perspective in the present and first person, so it would make sense that as a reader, you have the same knowledge as him. Enjoy!Continue reading “In the Footsteps of the Damned; Prelude”
It took a bit longer to find the time that I wanted, but here is the start of a series of posts about the Dungeons and Dragons campaign that I am currently a part of, set in a homebrew Nordic mythological inspired setting. This series of articles will document the campaign, as well as occasionally lift the curtain and give some OoC thoughts on the events.Continue reading “In the Footsteps of the Damned; Introductions”
Having had some encouraging feedback, I will resume posting here and try to keep it somewhat regular…
Some small changes around; I have added a new section heading at the top called “Legacy”, which is where you will find my older Judgement articles and resources. The direction the game took heading into 2nd Edition was one that did not interest me. As such, all these articles are now out of date, but I won’t delete them as they can remain for posterity (or anyone else interested in 1st Edition).
I have also added a new Dungeons & Dragons section heading 🙂 I have finally managed to find a D&D group, who are not just local, but awesome too! Nothing under that section yet, but I doubt it will be long before I find something to upload there….
Also, I have discovered a new game – Marvel Crisis Protocol, which will be replacing Judgement in my wargaming line up. Whilst I don’t feel I have enough experience (yet) to speak with huge amounts of authority, I doubt it will take very long 😉
Until the next time I run out of steam and hit another hiatus!
2020 was a year. In general terms that might be the most charitable thing that could be said about it…. But lets see what it did for my hobby and gaming 🙂Continue reading “2020 Retrospective”
If you follow me on Twitter, you will know that my latest forays into painting have been heavily leaning on GW’s Contrast Paint range. Having done more than a couple of models this way now, I fancied getting some words down on my thoughts 🙂Continue reading “Contrasting Thoughts!”