‘Before the beginning there was nothing – no earth, no heavens, no stars, no sky; only the mist world, formless and shapeless, and the fire world, always burning.’ In Norse Mythology Neil Gaiman invites us to pull up a seat by the fire with our friends and family and listen as we learn about the
Kratos has killed the entire pantheon of Olympus, and the world is torn asunder. Everyone is dead. The world is flooded. But through it all, like a butterfly from Pandora’s box, there is a trace of hope. If you are looking for an experience similar to the God of War franchise of old, this game
I have a full-time job. I have a young child who I have to put to bed as soon as I get home after a long work day. I have very little mental capacity to focus on anything when I finally sit down and rest. No Man’s Sky has been my game of choice for
After having a very enjoyable time playing Betrayal at House on the Hill with some friends I decided to pick up a copy myself. Whilst I was looking up the game I discovered that there was a Dungeons and Dragons version of this game; Betrayal at Baldur’s Gate. I had no choice, I had to
Following on from my Banshee post I decided I would post another model that I only had to ink for me to be completely satisfied with the end product. That model is a Lizardfolk that I got out of the same set of Rage of Demons boxes that I got the Banshees out of.
I bought a few boxes of the Dungeons and Dragons mini-figures for Rage of Demons. I have recently bought the Out of the Abyss adventure and as I was reading through it I thought I would see how the mini-figures look, and I was very impressed. The figures are very well molded, and very nicely