Throwback Thursday: Pirates of the Cursed Seas
Off Topic
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 …
Master Spotlight: Parker Barrows
Malifaux
Hello again! It’s been awhile since I sat down and wrote anything, including a battle report, game report, or anything of the sort. Whether it was speed-playing (and speed-painting) to prepare for the Renegade Open (where I finished in the  middle of the table in the face of a slowly played first round and an unfortunate mistake by yours truly …
Guild Ball: Season Three Rule Changes
Guildball
It’s HERE! Guild Ball Season Three is here, with new nerfs, new rules, new guild plots, but not yet any new models. Over the next few days, Midwest Wargaming will cover the changes in their entirety – and when new models come, you better believe they’ll be covered. First up, of course, are the new rules. MASCOTS The ‘biggest’ change is …
Campaign Battle Report: Parker Barrows (Outcasts) v. Jakob Lynch (Ten Thunders) (Malifaux)
Battle Reports
Ahhh. I’m sorry to have missed you all. If you didn’t know, it’s because last week, in lieu of a Battle Report, I started a Malifaux Podcast with some of the other guys from Midwest Wargaming. In addition to this, I hadn’t played a game outside of the Pumpkin Spice & Soulstones Tournament and a pair of games ‘quick-played’ in preparation …
Announcing Lecture Notes From the Breach
Malifaux
Good morning, Midwest Wargamers! I have good news, and bad news. In my opinion, the bad news is that I don’t have a Malifaux battle report for you this week. But stay tuned, because battle reports will continue next Wednesday, covering a Shifting Loyalties campaign which has just started up here in the Twin Cities! Now for the good news! …