Steven made the mistake of giving me the keys to the car this week! Here are MY partner picks:
Frozen Gamer AK: DUST Warfare Review Review
Our man Craig Baxter takes and in-depth look at DUST Warfare. He has full information on the figures, and answers a ton of question I had about the game. Craig does a great job of going into the background of the game, gameplay and the future of DUST Warfare.
Lair of the Uber Geek: Planning for Lundy's Lane at Fall In
Miles over at Lair of the Ubergeek is doing some planning for Fall-In! 2012. He is putting together this War of 1812 game and goes over some of his miniature terrain choices and of course the details of the game size and scope. Miles is also announcing some prize support from Architects of War, which is always appreciated!
Drunken Samurai Painting: A New Flames of War Army, Part 3
Just like Steven, I really like to read about people picking up a new army. The planning, the trade-offs, the little accidents or chance that influence the choice -- all very interesting! The Samurai does a great job of analyzing cost and availability when looking his army -- I very much suggest reading this series before jumping in to a new Flames of War army.
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