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Skirmish: Week in Review

In the last week, we’ve had at least a dozen games of Skirmish, spread across four players (aged 6, 9, 15 and, uh… ‘adult’), with varying versions of the rules. What’s been especially encouraging is that the two smallest playtesters have gone back for multiple games between themselves entirely of their own accord. When one […]

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Skirmish: Tactical Miniatures

A new week, and a whole new project. Yes, I have trouble focussing on one task. Yes, I promise one day I’ll finish a project I’ve already started. No, I haven’t discarded any of my previous projects in disgust and/or frustration. Rather, I just started pondering a few different trains of though: I need to […]

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Things I Have Learnt

It’s been a touch over three months since I started this blog, and exactly three months since I committed (in my own mind – I’m not silly enough to make a public promise) to making a blog post every week, whether I have something to say or not. This is not exactly a huge milestone. […]

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Painting Terrain – So Easy Even I Can Do It!

Very picture-heavy post this week. I’ve once again been ignoring the design work in front of me while I focus on something with more immediate benefits – painting my Fat Dragon dungeon tiles. Fat Dragon Games has been around for a while, creating printable scenery files. Initially as good old paper-based gear, and more recently […]