Year 2013

TGN Review: Larceny from Waning Gibbous Games

Waning Gibbous Games just got their Kickstarter campaign for Larceny underway yesterday. They were kind enough to send me an advanced copy of the game to check out and share my thoughts about it with you.

So let's take a look at this new party card game in this installment of TGN Reviews.

The copy that Waning Gibbous (love that name) sent to me is pre-production, so I won't be commenting on the quality of the game contents since what I've got are not the final versions of things, but the gameplay is still the same.

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CoolMiniOrNot posts up Hadross stat cards for Wrath of Kings

CoolMiniOrNot has posted up the Hadross stat cards for Wrath of Kings over on their Kickstarter page. Know what you're getting before you get it and try before you buy.
Having played the game for quite some time in playtest and such, I know you all probably think I'm biased, but that's fine, I still honestly love the game and can't wait to get specifically Hadross and Shael Han in my grubby paws.

From the update:

And here's the last of the Faction cards, this time for our wet friends.

Hadross cards pdf

As usual, rules questions, feedback and error reports should go to, or join the forums

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Fantasy Flight Games posts Dark Heresy Second Edition Beta: Update # 3

Fantasy Flight Games continues looking at the update of the Dark Heresy Second Edition Beta in this next update.

From the update:

Welcome to Week 3 of Dark Heresy Second Edition Beta Playtesting! Every Wednesday, we will post a weekly update to keep you informed about the progress of the beta. This post will include any big news involving the beta, guidance on where we would like you to focus your attention in the coming week, and a PDF update to the beta document to keep you informed of the most recent tweaks and changes to the Dark Heresy Second Edition core rules.

This week’s update (pdf, 12.7 MB) can be found on the beta support page and includes new items (in red) as well as all the previous updates to the beta. Additionally, there is a dedicated thread in the Game Mechanics forum in which you can discuss any feedback directly related to this week’s update. As always, you can email us directly at to best ensure we see your feedback too. As a reminder, when you submit your feedback via e-mail, it is most helpful to us if you consolidate multiple questions and comments into a single message, rather than sending a separate e-mail for each question or comment.

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Acheson Creations posts teaser video for Super Robot StratoMaxx

Acheson Creations has posted up the intro video for their upcoming Super Robot StratoMaxx Kickstarter campaign.

From the video:

The intent of this video is to solicit our Kaiju Kaos: Super Robot StratoMaxx Kickstarter campaign coming September 2013. Set to original music from the Kaiju Kaos soundtrack, this video highlights not only our project goals but also provides some "in game" story and kaiju models already in production and available at

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Canthus Monocycle released at The Ion Age

The Ion Age gets on their bike and rides with the new release of the Canthus Monocycle.

From the release:

With what we know now the loss of the Brightening Star should not have happened but then we were only beginning once more to face an enemy that our long dead forefathers had through banished forever. The Fleet did not arrive in Camarthen space for many months after the loss of the Belkus Labyrinth. It took time to gather the knights and their musters while thinking always of the threat posed by the Marcher Barons. But we did not stand idle. Perhaps we should have. Lectus Bowar led his retinue of a hundred Starvaulters and fifty thousand of Prydia on a rapid strike again the fledgling Khanate. The Brightening Star was one of forty Cassillis class Portable Castles that landed in the vicinity of the ruins of Pelcan city. She was not the only one lost but she was prime in the failure of the containment campaign.

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Dreamspirit Wargaming releases new display boards

Dreamspirit Wargaming makes your army look the best with their new display boards that are now available.

From the announcement:

Hello all, we are proud to announce that we added couple of new display boards to our offer! All made for each client individually, we are constantly working to improve our work and bring you the perfect match for your army.

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Battlefront features winter Mortar Platoon for Flames of War

Battlefront has more winter wonderland goodness for you with their winter gear Mortar Platoon for Flames of War.

From the article:

During the Winter War (30 November 1939 – 13 March 1940), the 81mm mortar played a vital role due to a lack of field artillery that plagued the Finnish Army throughout the conflict.

The 81mm mortar was able to breakup Soviet infantry attacks due to its surprising effectiveness even in deep snow; due to the sensitive fuses that were fitted to the projectiles. However, field artillery they were not and proved less effective against bunkers and reinforced dugouts.

During the Continuation War (25 June 1941 – 19 September 1944) the number of 81mm mortar in Finnish service peaked but the attrition of war meant a steady decline in the numbers available. Any captured Soviet 82mm mortars were quickly turned against their former owners but the demand for the 81mm mortar was far in excess of what was available.

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CorSec Engineering launches Forward Operating Base terrain Kickstarter

CorSec Engineering previewed these a couple days back. Well, now they've launched their Kickstarter campaign in order to fund their new 28mm sci-fi terrain pieces.

From the campaign:

Forward Operating Base: Kiris is now funding on Kickstarter! This laser cut 28mm Sci Fi Terrain features new techniques to overcome the limitations of regular MDF terrain. Finally some laser cut Sci Fi terrain with curves!

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New paint storage trays available from Sally 4th

Sally 4th knows you gotta move your paints around every now and again and has created trays for it.

From the release:

This week’s new releases from Sally 4th are a set of storage cases for model paints. The cases are fully compatible with our Warchest Figure Storage system, so the same standard or clear Perspex lids can be used with them.

The cases are robust and stackable and allow for a good quantity of paint to be stored in a small space. As you can see from photos, I can’t decide if it is better to store jars and bottles upside down, or the right way up...either option is possible.

All paint storage cases include an appropriate insert which is set at a suitable height for paints being stored. Cases require assembly with PVA wood glue.

Small Paint Pot Case £ 9.50
Designed to hold 24 of the current Games Workshop / Citadel Paints. Also works for Humbrol Enamels.

Medium Paint Pot Case £10.50
Designed to hold 35 Wargames Foundry / Coat d'Arm / Original Citadel Paints.

Paint Bottle Case £11.50
Designed to hold 48 Vallejo or Army Painter bottles of paint.

All Sally 4th Products are available in the USA through Scalecreep Miniatures

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