No Rerolls is a great little site and one that I’ve been following for a good while now. It doesn’t get nearly enough recognition!
His series 5 on Friday is great place to find out about new and upcoming releases, not only for Games Workshop but for other suppliers as well. For example his most recent 5 on Friday had previews of Warlord Games’ new game Kiss my Axe, Hasbro’s 2022 edition of Diplomacy and the RPG game Blaster available through DriveThruRPG.
Tavendale has great skill with a brush as well as shown by some of his most recent models:
This time, it’s a fellow blogger, whose been at it far longer than Peter & me, and is an expert of his craft. He also runs monthly competitions where the winners get to take home internet points and bathe in the glory of their success.
Plastic Craic has been around for a long time, and keep providing great content for Age of Sigmar. Having had a short rest whilst his country was shut down he’s well and truly back and it’s great to have his contributions to the on-line community.
By far my favourite articles are the monthly list building challenges. In February that was writing a list with Curse in it; and the community delivered in spades.
Dan runs a website with lots of resources for Age of Sigmar, under the branding ‘AOS Shorts’. If you’ve never seen it, give it a read – and use the calendar to get your tournament fix.
And if you’re uncertain whether to go or not, take the plunge, sign up and let the tournament organiser know that you are new! We’ve all got to start somewhere and I always find the AOS community very welcoming.
Recently I’ve really been enjoying IRO’s Saint Kristos – Pirate Island posts. This will be a massive 12ft by 8ft table when it’s finished and boy.does it look good!
They’ve also got a cracking alternate reality Napoleonic game going on in Turnip28. Seriously talented in terrain making and painting, I often find myself staring at the terrain pictures for ages. Why not head over there and check out IRO.
A great group based in the UK, often seen at tournaments in their understated club shirts, they are certainly more visible than the green of the Age of Chumps I wear. If you spot a grown hobbyist wearing a Unicorn it’ll be them. They’ve even been known to bring cuddly Unicorns with them! I’ve not seen them make up rules for them yet, and bring them on the table but there’s a first time for everything.
Give them a follow on Twitter and they’ll no doubt keep you informed of the action this weekend at March to War – an AOS 5 game tournament held at Element Games.
The second shout-out (or ‘Follow’ I suppose) is to the Hobby Room. Ceri & Ben run a tight ship, with lots of shows on Twitch and lots of hobby content online.
They have regular show times that they publicise on Twitch and have great Hobby Content. They are also both great to play against, although Ceri did beat up my poor Kragnos the last time we met, and Ben Morathi’d me to death (although with no bow snakes!)
They have coverage of the March to War as well this weekend as well as some live coverage of tables – so check them out if you can’t make the event. It’ll be a great show.