Today I bring something that I thought may be of use/interest for the wargammer and minis collectors. I don’t know about you guys but I am not the greatest painter – I have been accused of being a crime against painting brushes and paints alike. Back in the day, I used to take the lids of Pringle boxes and use those as my pallets for mixing and thinning paint. These days Games Workshop, and the likes, have made their own pallets where you pour your paint and there you go. BUT! As you may know, this has a slight issue: your paint will eventually go dry. Also, it is a bloody pain in the rear trying to get that Citadel paint out of the pallets…Well some nice chaps on the internet decided that they were gonna put a solution to this by creating an everlasting wet pallet. This project started out as a Kickstarter, and after successful backing, here I can show you the results.
Hoy os traigo algo de interés para aquellos que os dedicáis a los juegos de miniaturas, tipo Warhammer y demás. No se vosotros, pero yo la verdad es que no soy la mejor pintando, y se me acusa de forma abundante de no tratar mis materiales de buena forma. Cuando era mas joven y pintaba con mi mama, utilizaba las tapas de los botes de Pringles para mezclar colores, y sin embargo la juventud de hoy dia puede ir a la Games Workshop y comprarse lo que ellos llaman una paleta de pintura apropiada para este hobby (márquetin, Ejem!). En cualquier caso, el problema con tanto mi DIY como el producto licenciado es que la pintura se seca – y bueno no se si habéis intentando limpiar pintura Citadel seca de cualquier cosa pero vamos, que ni el Cillit Bang! En fin, que a algún genio en internet se le ilumino la bombilla y decidió empezar un Kickstarter para solucionar este problema. Y aquí están los resultados: La Everlasting Wet Pallete.
Continue reading “Everlasting Wet Palette Review (English & Español)”
Earlier this year The Elite: Dangerous RPG was funded on Kickstarter, and recently released its core book. The game is co published by Spidermind Games and Modiphius Entertainment. It is a licensed release under Frontier, the developers of the Elite: Dangerous PC game that this is based on.
The setting of the Elite universe seems to be a good fit for an RPG, with plenty of room for GM freedom, and options for players. Just like the original Elite computer game from 1984, the modern Elite: Dangerous is based in our own galaxy, in a future where space flight and ship ownership is very common. Cheap and readily available faster-than-light travel has allowed humanity to explode across the stars, building new colonies, cities, nations and empires. The galaxy is a rich place, filled with a wealth of minerals, water and life bearing planets. The three huge factions of the Federation, Empire and Alliance grow wealthier every day, and such wealth attracts powerful people who scheme daily to increase their power. So essentially you have a new frontier to play in, one where traders, miners, explorers, pirates, and bounty hunters are all flying about at FTL speeds in their personalized spacecraft. Continue reading “The Elite: Dangerous RPG”
If you are reading this, chances are that you have come seeking further knowledge from my previous post regarding comics about the Vikings and where to begin. If not, well, you are in for a double bill and you can find the first part of this here: https://manaburnt.wordpress.com/2017/10/09/my-comics-about-the-vikings-where-to-begin/
So, you have gone around reading about Thorsfinn, Sven the Badass, the reckless Siegfried and our daring Valkyrie and you have thought to yourself: I need more. I need that extra layer. Then, you are now part of the brotherhood and I shall guide you throughout this process. The next three pieces I present you with provide different looks on to Early Scandinavian society and the Viking Age. The vary in tone and style. But I think, above all, what they provide us with is a further degree of immersion. Now I appreciate Northlanders is pretty good for that…but I never said it was about better quality: this is just about the extra bits.
Gods of Asgard
Continue reading “My Comics about the Vikings: One Step Further”
Manaburnt talks with lead designer Jason Tondro from Fainting Goat Games about their new FATE RPG book (releasing next week) ‘Arthur Lives’! A game about swords, sorcery and… punk rock?
In Arthur Lives! characters take on the role of a reincarnated court of King Arthur brought into the modern urban world. The twist? The olde heroes have been reborn into multiple new lives- at the same time! Will your Arthur prove his heroic destiny? Or will the pretenders take your spotlight?
Arthur lives is built on the FATE tabletop system and is driven by decisions and storytelling putting a fascinating new spin on the everyday world. The project is currently in its last week on Kickstarter and you can find it here:
And if tabletop RPG’s are your jam and you’re into playing FATE, Icons, Mutants & Masterminds, D&D and more… check out Fainting Goat Games catalogue over on the DriveThru for all your tabletop needs!