Tag: miniatures

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The G*M*S Magazine RPG Edition Episode 40.5–Miniatures in with Sandrine Thirache

This is a very special episode. It is special because I am joined by Vickey Beaver to co-host this episode. Vickey has a TON of experience in games and it was an absolute blast to get to talk with her. We talk miniatures in Role Playing Games and whether they are necessary or not. And…
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Salute 2012 video coverage–Episode 1

By Paco Garcia Jaen Every year, for the last 40 years, the the South London Warlords organise what has become the biggest and most iconic wargames and miniature games convention in the country. With attendance well in excess of 6000 people, you can find anything wargames and miniatures related, from specialised literature to people to…
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Why Games Workshop is not a good business

There is no doubt that Games Workshop is a successful company. They make a lot of money, are very well known worldwide, keep a very healthy number of games shops that video game retailers would like for themselves and the popularity seems to be on the rise, despite the highly priced products in the current economic climate.

Plastic Paradise?

Every year, dozens of new board games release that are choc full of plastic. There is nothing inherently wrong with this, I can hardly claim to avoid the stuff as an avid mini gamer and dungeon crawl fan I own more plastic than some toy manufacturers but today I’m going ask the question, why?

Conquest of Nerath – Epic Fantasy Warfare On A Schedule…Or Not

By Peter Ruth II As you know by now, Wizards of the Coast has really been hitting the hobby gaming market very hard of late, with Castle Ravenloft and Wrath of Ashardalon coming out and changing the way a lot of people look at dungeon crawls. Well, they’ve done it again with Conquest of Nerath,…
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