The Wargaming Woodworker: a review
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Thanks to 3D printers, laser-cutting machines and skilled craftsmen, we, the consumers, have access to a ton of custom gaming accessories. Whether you want a custom tray to carry your X-Wing tokens, custom swamp bases for your Malifax figures or custom playmats for Warmachine, there is a product on the web for you, somewhere. We are living in the industrial revolution of gaming. Since there is …
Gaming on a Budget
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As previously mentioned, I have issues. Specifically, I have a distinct inability to dabble in games. When I started back in to Magic, I built two Standard decks, a Modern deck, got on Magic Online, and now a Commander deck (and I’m working on a second). When I picked up Warmachine, I started in Cygnar, and within two weeks had …
Steamforged customer service
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This is an ode to Steamforged customer service and how great they are. I bought a metallic Brisket recently and when I looked at her face my heart was broken: her great grin was not present! I did not know what to do, so I mini-ranted on facebook (after all, was that not the reason facebook was created to begin …
Using a nail polish rack for vallejo bottles and metallic bits
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I have been using nail polish racks to sort my paints for a while. I use mostly three brands of paint: Vallejo, scale75 and Privateer Press (P3). My OCD has forced me to actually move all the P3 paints onto Vallejo bottles: That’s how my smaller rack, with all the P3 paints, looks. However, this post is not about that, …