Esters is Besters!?!?!?!
Guildball
As I would look up articles on the Brewers guild, the Internet had made it clear Tapper was superior to Esters. Curious I started comparing the two cards, Tapper presented a clear strategy; introduce face to dirt and repeat. I  started looking over Esters and saw a similar strategy to Tapper’s, but like her curves there was so much more. …
Promethium Forge review, MDF terrain
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Recently, our 40k group has had an influx of a ton of new members, and we have had a shortage on good terrain, so I took it upon myself to get some MDF terrain to help fill out the tables. I stumbled upon Promethium Forge on etsy, and was immediately intrigued by their Industrial Chem Tank Terrain. I put in …
When is it wrong to call a judge?
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For some people calling a judge during a match feels wrong so they won’t do it. For others, calling  a judge will only be used as a last resort because they believe that the very nature of calling a judge goes against sportsmanship. Or they might just want to avoid that feeling of confrontation altogether. I’m here to discuss why …
It’s Friday or the Highway
Guildball
  Hi there, my name is Mike and I play Guildball in Iowa. I own multiple Guilds, however, Brewers are currently my go-to-team and I want to share with you some tactical tips and general content around these drunkards in a series called Explosive Brew.   For my first article I wanted to discuss arguably one of the best Brewer’s …
Throwback Thursday: Pirates of the Cursed Seas
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Not so long ago, Midwest Wargaming reviewed (by battle report) Blood and Plunder, a Historical game from Firelock Games. Blood and Plunder was already a game on my radar, since it has many things I love: Pirates; Opponents of Pirates; Pirate Ships; flipping cards; and little plastic soldiers. But, the more I learn about the game, the more I focus on …
Deepwars by Antimatter Games Review
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Today we’re going to take a look at Antimatter Games DeepWars, a 28mm miniature war  game of underwater combat set in an alternate Earth in the 17th Century. I’d like to give a shout out to Eric over at Antimatter Games for sending us their game for us to take a look at. Deepwars is actually Antimatter’s second game. The …