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6th May 2019

It's been a long while since the story section last had any attention. A while back, I gave up on the idea of ever finishing my Star Wars stories, so instead have typed out a rough outline as to what may have happened during the rest of the saga. I've also expanded the names & characters section with images where possible.

29th October 2017

Did some work behind the scenes of the game blog page so that the game filters now work much better.

30th June 2017

A couple of months back I found loads of old notes about all the old Epic Space Marine games we played, starting from back when I was in high school. I thought it would be a good idea to type them all up as best I could, and upload them all. While I was at it, I also converted the Epic-S and 40K battle reports from their PDF state to HTML, and they can be found on the Warhammer 40K page.

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1st December 2011 - A New WARGAME?

Been doing some work on the Blood Bowl Dwarf team, which are being bodged together from Avatars Of War Dwarves. Also begun inducting my Sisters Of Battle models into my Space Marine army, as I don't have enough models to make an army of Sisters on their own, and their new Codex kind of sucks. Besides, they wear power armour and carry boltguns, so they are fairly suitable "counts as" models.
But now the big news, that's not really big news, as nothing will come of it. It's my intention to create a whole new set of rules to allow people to play three different types of game, with pretty much whatever models they have available (sci-fi, historical, modern or fantasy). Game types will include the typical 28mm style tabletop battles, massive battles played in the 6mm scale, and small skirmish type games where players will attack enemy bunkers and facilities using a tile system sort of like Space Hulk and Space Crusade. My first quick prototype of a board section can be seen in the image below, which I was using to check the size of the squares.
Stuff in the works