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The Start Collecting sets by Games Workshop are a phenomenal way to get into Age of Sigmar. That being said, a lot of new people are asking about the contents of each box, how they play and what to buy next. Getting new players into the hobby as easy as possible is what I am all about, so here is a review and synopsis of each box available. As more come out I’ll be updating this page so click back with every new release! If you have thoughts you want to contribute please leave me a comment and I’ll update...

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Warhammer: Age of Sigmar is a miniatures wargame designed and produced by Games Workshop (located in Nottingham, England) that features highly detailed scale models allowing you to join the fight for survival and conquest in a fantasy inspired world. Age of Sigmar (AoS going forward) was released internationally on July 4th, 2015 as the spiritual successor to Warhammer Fantasy Battle (WFB) though it is important to note that AoS is a vastly different game with it’s on unique rule set, army composition and narrative style. Battles in the fantasy realms focus on short, brutal engagements as players strive to accomplish...

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In this post we are going over five important tips to consider when creating your own warscroll for Age of Sigmar. Before we begin it's important to note that none of these are official Games Workshop programs or warscrolls, they own all of it. What this is, however, is a great way to bring your favorite character or unit in a Black Library novel to the table! For the purposes of example, we’ll be assuming you are designing a Hero rather than a full infantry unit but do not let that stop you from creating that iconic infantry squad!  At...

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If you have recently purchased your own Deadlands Gaming Mat then this article will guide you to match your model bases to your new war zone. Below is a step by step guide to make every model base fit seamlessly with the mat design. If you like what you see and don’t yet have a Deadlands Clash Mat of your own, you can follow this link and get your very own.  Tools to Begin 1 Drybrush (size depends on the size of bases you are creating) The following Citadel Paints Stirland Battlemire Stegadon Scale Green Russ Grey Fenrisian Grey Ulthuan Grey Pallid...

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Are you looking for miniature magnets but are unsure of what size you need? This chart right above has the details you need to choose your sizes and begin magnetizing your models today! Magsavvy even has a unique magnetizing system to ensure you don't get the polarities confused on your next project. By marking the polarity with a red dot you can easily and swiftly get your army and accessories magnetized and ready for battle! For example, say you wanted to magnetize a set of crisis suits from the Warhammer 40k Tau army. If you place each magnet onto the chassis...

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