Wednesday, October 28, 2020

The Tayrathian Cult Supplement - Update

Today I want to give you all a sneak peek at a project I have been working on behind the scenes these past few months.  This project has been a long time coming, but I am excited to finally get it fleshed out and hopefully out to you all before the year is out.  That project is my Age of Sigmar Fantome (Fan-made Battletome) Supplement: The Tayrathian Cult.  This is intended to be a supplement for the Daughters of Khaine Battletome fully focused on my custom army lore and characters.  I have made great progress on it, but there is still much to do, but for now, let me give you a small peek into where the project currently stands.

Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Strength Hammer Content Update

 Hey Everyone!  Today is a shorter post, but I wanted to layout the new schedule for all the Strength Hammer content coming out.  Ever since I began blogging regularly again I have been wanting to keep a regular post schedule every week, but I had yet to really set any schedule for the podcast other than doing one or two per month.  The new schedule will be as follows and will begin in full next month in November.  

Happy Hobbying and stay Stormcast Strong!

Chuck Moore

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

My First Steps into Historical Wargaming

 A few months ago, while deep in shut down I achieved the impossible, I painted every single model I own.  Having completed this herculean task I ventured out to my FLGS to pick up the next project to fill my hobby void.  I walked around for a bit, but nothing grabbed so I decided that I would just use this free time elsewhere in my life.  Before I left I informed the shop owner of the completion of all my models.  He asked me to hold on a moment while he disappeared to his storage room and returned laughing as he tossed me a bag of 28mm Roman Legionnaires.  This bag was "on the house" as he knew he was starting me down a path of no return....Historical Wargaming.

Wednesday, October 7, 2020

A Plea for Secondary Named Heroes

 Age of Sigmar has proven to be an excellent step up from Warhammer Fantasy Battles over these past years in regards to gameplay, lore, and many other reasons.  I feel the game is constantly going from strength to strength and while the lore continues to develop more and more depth there is one aspect I feel is lacking overall in the form of secondary named characters.  While some armies do have a number of secondary named heroes the majority are lacking anything but a single core figure.  In today’s post, I offer my thoughts and hopes in seeing more of these characters move from lore to tabletop in the years to come.