I not-so-recently received a copy of The Nazi Occult from my friends over at Osprey Publishing and couldn't resist but check it out. I mean, look at this cover:
If you, as a gamer, find this book in your hand and can resist the temptation to take a peek inside, you're trying too hard.
Friday, December 6, 2013
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Many of you BARbarians might remember the first time Jud had me on the BAR and I went off on the neck beard train, raving about the Japanese invasion of my homeland, Alaska. Since then I have been secretly researching the Japanese invasion of Alaska and applying Men’s Rogaine with Vitamin H (for history) to the area between my chin line and collar bone. Part of this research has led me to acquiring quite the collection of support weapons for my Japanese; mortars, MMGs, infantry guns, and an AA gun.
Monday, December 2, 2013
Episode 18: With Captain TO's Fall-In tournament behind them, Chris, Judson and the good Captain himself sit down for drinks and a little analysis of the Bolt Actioneering that went on in Lancaster, PA. During the tournament wrap up, they cover many subjects; and as usual, most of the topics are nearly relevant! Terrain and army list composition are two of the many bases covered in this, the Fall-In '13 review episode.
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Friday, November 29, 2013
While there may not be a place for Big Cats in most Bolt Action games, there will always be a place for Big Cats in our hearts. Tigers, Panthers, and other large heavy tanks are not cost effective in most 1000 point pick up games, but do have their place in scenario or historical driven games. If you find yourself needing a Tiger for a game, definitely check out the Tiger from Blitzkrieg Miniatures. Blitzkrieg makes a variety of quality 1/56 and 1/48 scale resin tanks and vehicles for 28mm WW2 gaming.
Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Monday, November 25, 2013
(Miles "jmilesr" Reidy sent me a follow-up article on his recent 4Ground purchase. When I noticed it was "just" a follow-up, I was a bit skeptical, thinking there wasn't much more to say about the piece. Boy, was I wrong. After playing on tables with tons of 4Ground tables, I feel like his dressing-up is a must for anyone with these buildings in their collections. - Judson)
Friday, November 22, 2013
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Friday, November 15, 2013
In this article, and since most of us are currently at Fall-In, I'd like to follow the lead of Nemesis A's recent article on the decisions made in writing a list before a tournament, with a bit of my own thoughts. I'd like to make clear - and hopefully this will become clearer after reading - that the thought process used should not be considered exclusive to tournament games, but an approach you can always take when drafting Bolt Action lists.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
(This one's brought to you by none other than Chris Hecht. If you'd like to hear more about the round-to-round specifics, or the outcome of the tournament, tune-in to Bolt Action Radio Episode 17. There, Chris explains in detail his tournament experience. - Judson)
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