A general instruction how to run a Campaign for a Miniatures Wargame. The goal of this article is to provide you with a helper to enable anyone to set up, run and manage a small campaign successfully in their gaming group. I used this blank system for several different campaigns in different game systems with … Continue reading How to create, run and manage a successful tabletop campaign for your gaming group .
Blood Bowl is a tabletop system from Games Workshop and plays in an alternate version of the fantasy world of Warhammer Fantasy Battles. Though younger players may be more familiar with it due to the computer games or Fantasy Flights now Out of print card game. Blood Bowl is a mix of an American football … Continue reading Blood Bowl
Dungeons and Dragons The Dungeons and Dragons franchise is originally one of the oldest Pen and Paper role-playing games ever, and there is a myriad of accompanying products, including several board games. This Introduction will cover the Parker board game, and it's two expansions. This is a clone of the old MB Heroquest with a … Continue reading Dungeons&Dragons Parker Board Game
1. Easily identifiable miniatures (WYSIWYG). 2. Assembled, correctly painted and painted miniatures. 3. Be Polite. 4. You have fellow gamers, not enemies. 5. Ask the owner before touching other miniatures. 6. Always bring your own dice, stencils and tape measure. 7. Have your army list in a clean and comfortable to read form. 8. Have … Continue reading A general Netiquette for Miniatures Wargaming
Crimson Skies is a tabletop simulating the aerial combat of propeller airplanes and zeppelins in an alternate Earth of 1937. The back ground focuses on the North american continent, where the USA fell apart after the 1st World War and is now composed of smaller states and powers similar to Europe. The Car and … Continue reading Crimson Skies
If you know me, you know I read a lot ( I also write a lot hence the blog). As someone who writes and reads and also speaks three languages fluently and has a basic understanding of several other ones, I notice a lot of people don't pay much attention to how they say things. … Continue reading Why language and words matter in your daily life.
In many countries especially in the western world, there is at the moment a discussion about Fake news or Luegenpresse. Especially in those European countries in which we have state-funded media. In Ireland RTE, in the UK BBC, and Germany ARD, ZDF, and their derivates, a lot of people do not see any sense any … Continue reading The mythos of the neutral journalist and it’s Supermans and Spidermans fault
If you know me, you're probably aware that I'm a huge advocate for services like Linkedin Learning , Team Treehouse and the likes. I do this besides my Job, my blogging, writing, foto and shortly vlogging endeavors. I do this at my own expense and in my own time. The reason doing this is manifold, there … Continue reading Learning and why a company should actively encourage and enable it for their employees
And here is an example of bad journalism without any research: http://www.tagesspiegel.de/politik/automarkt-suv-in-blech-gepresste-ruecksichtslosigkeit/20348982.html The article is nonsense to go no more. The subjective feeling of a need for security is important to people. T just discard that and then throw with stereotypes, is just disgusting, almost borderline racist and cliché. Usually, if a Journalist would disagree … Continue reading Why the printed press in Germany is dying – an example.
If you follow me on Facebook, you'll know I'm a huge supporter of independence movements like the Scottish, Catalan, Flemish, Korsika, Northern Italy, Sicily and Basque ones (there are much more). And besides the briefed right of self-determination, backed by both the UN and EU charters, mind you. There are other reasons. Obvious ones are … Continue reading European independence movements are necessary and should be supported