Outgard – Memoriam defunctorum

To play a game you need some miniatures of course. Outgard gave us a chance to explore depressing full on medievalism, with hints of strange dysfunctional technology. The bedrock of 40k in many ways, just taken to the extreme. This is the stuff we all delight in. Helge Dahl created the court of King Raavenkæld.… Continue reading Outgard – Memoriam defunctorum

Outgard – Mortui sunt

They march towards Tuonela, the third gate is close In sorrow and in shame. Fealty bound they still serve The Judgement. The crow eaters. The Hunters. Pitiful men who cling to dead ideals King's men, the tyrannical attempt at order. They move in on the small hamlet to add it to their Kingdom. The Hound… Continue reading Outgard – Mortui sunt

Outgard – Ubi sunt

The village of Toivoton, where we set the stage for this sad affair. The buildings of Toivoton are, for a few blessed moments, bathed in light. A false dawn approaches and the dwellers in the dark disappear. In death there is life and in memory there is revelation. They gather confused to celebrate dagmál, to… Continue reading Outgard – Ubi sunt

Inauguration of Echoes of Imperium

Welcome to Echoes of Imperium! This is blog is a collaborative project between Alexander Lunde and myself. We will strive to explore the dark millennia of Warhammer: 40 000 and the bleak Mortal Realms of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar. At the moment we are both involved in the Tor Megiddo scenario and I hope to… Continue reading Inauguration of Echoes of Imperium