Mordheim 2019 – MMXVIII becomes MMXIX

  MMXIX, the year of darkness. Unfortunately the Imperial Calender records no cataclysmic event for the year, but I'm sure it will be remembered. Mordheim 2019 is coming up in a few months and I hope the dark corners of Instagram, Facebook, blogs and forums will soon be awash with strange and terrifying warbands and… Continue reading Mordheim 2019 – MMXVIII becomes MMXIX

AoS28: Finding similarities between Berserk and the Age of Sigmar

I'm not the first to express my love for Berserk, the multi volume manga created by Kentaro Miura. Jake wrote a great post about Berserk back in 2015, you can read it here. But where Jake focused on the art style of Berserk I would like to take a moment and try to show the… Continue reading AoS28: Finding similarities between Berserk and the Age of Sigmar

Mordheim 2019 – Curious details

As Stu over at Liber Malefic said, the only way to start a campaign is with some hard research. For the Mordheim 2019 project I have been looking through the old rulebook from Mordheim and I couldn't help but notice some curious and funny details. Mordheim came out in 1999, a time when Games Workshop still… Continue reading Mordheim 2019 – Curious details

Black Library – My Favourites

Games Workshop have been publishing books since the 1980's and as with all publishers the quality has varied a lot. It seems that they are publishing a few new novels every month now and to be honest I don't read the current crop. The books just aren't aimed at me, I have no great interest… Continue reading Black Library – My Favourites

Warhammer-esque movies

Every now and then a discussion about movies and Warhammer pops up on different forums and social media. It is usually quite interesting to follow such discussions since they tend to reveal a lot about the various ways people approach Warhammer and its various settings. Many prefer to have a clear plot with a little… Continue reading Warhammer-esque movies

Codex Rhossum Secundus

The game has come and gone and only silence remains upon the dust fields of Rhossum Secundus. A report will follow with more pictures, but for now I'm happy to share the mini Codex Rossum Secundus we used for the game. We also used these nifty Datacards that Alexander Lunde created to help us keep track of the… Continue reading Codex Rhossum Secundus

Tor Megiddo – Blanchitsu

The Tor Megiddo saga began in January 2017 and now we are finally coming to the last chapter. It has been one hell of a story. The whole thing began as a somewhat crazy idea, "let's invite friends and strangers to Helsinki for a game of Necromunda, I won't seem like a lunatic at all!"… Continue reading Tor Megiddo – Blanchitsu

Echoes presents: Erik “Nordic” Blomqvist

First, thank you Alexander Winberg for inviting me to the blog to talk a bit about my Chaos army/warband. This project started with me, Alexander Winberg, and Johan Egerkrans getting together in 2016 to play a short Path to Glory game using the new (at the time) Age of Sigmar rules. We each picked our… Continue reading Echoes presents: Erik “Nordic” Blomqvist