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4 BIG questions to ask when creating new D&D characters

4 BIG questions to ask when creating new D&D characters

I’m sure I am not the only person who struggles to create new D&D characters. We all love rolling ability scores, assigning stats and picking skills, right? I find it a lot harder to create a believable, engaging and rich back-story. To help me produce richer history for my new D&D characters, I’ve decided to…

The SIX best battle mats for D&D and Fantasy RPGs

The SIX best battle mats for D&D and Fantasy RPGs

While theatre of the mind is some peoples’ preferred method for gaming, I think it suits the Call of Cthulhu RPG much better than the Dungeons and Dragons game. For me, the D&D experience is totally taken to the next level with battle mats! Battle mats; grid maps full of miniatures, hand-drawn notations and delicate…

Painting Russian SU-76M models in 1/72nd scale

Painting Russian SU-76M models in 1/72nd scale

My favourite Soviet armoured fighting miniature I’ve currently got in 1/72nd scale is the Russian SU-76M model. It was a Russian made self propelled gun, used extensively during World War II – so I definitely need many models of them on my wargaming table. (The tanks full name is the Samokhodnaya Ustanovka 76mm main production…

Best 1/72nd Russian WW2 Miniatures & Tanks

Best 1/72nd Russian WW2 Miniatures & Tanks

I’m always finding new manufacturers for my main 1/72 scale Soviet Russian army. Russians, aka Soviets*, obviously make up a huge swathe of the forces involved and replicated on WW2 wargaming tables. My game of choice at the moment is Battlegroup which I’m enjoying thoroughly at 20mm size. The following suggested models would be useful…