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Gods: The Review

Our first Warmachine/Hordes campaign weekend has come and gone. The organisers didn’t quite kill each other, and we weren’t lynched by the competitors; so a successful weekend then!

So, what happened? LOADS!!!

To start with, here is a photo of our victims, the poor souls who paid for two days of complete madness…


Where Sleeping Gods Lie?

Hi all, just back from our first campaign weekend at Triple Helix Wargames. I will do a full report in due course (but not for at least a couple of days). In the meantime, here is the final map…

The Alliance of Light was victorious in Edethor; however it was a hard fought win. And quite costly in chocolate coins.

A HUGE thankyou needs to go out to a few people. Firstly, Dan Currey, Dave Offen-James and Neil Sharp (our crew for Gods) without whom the event simply would not have happened; Charlotte and Steve from Triple Helix Wargames for being fantastic hosts, their prize support, and for tempting me with more toys to paint; KOed Dice Bags for providing some of the prizes; and finally, all of our players who made the entire event an absolute joy to run.

And finally, a quick shout out to Andres and Sam at GutsNGears. Hi!


Beyond Ios

Hi all, hot off the vitual printer,the pack for our Warmachine campaign weekend on February 26/27th, Where Sleeping Gods Lie, is now available.

The weekend will consist of six inter-linked games of varying sizes (from 15 to 25 points, and bigger) all for just £20, including lunch! (we must be crazy)

To download the complete pack, click here.

To book, contact


Where Sleeping Gods Lie

There is a legend. To the east of the Iron Kingdoms, even east of the Iosans, lies a great desert. Among the sands lies a forgotten city, all but consumed by time, all but erased by history. At the centre of this forgotten place lies a ruined temple, and buried depth in its vaults is a tomb.

Made of baked sandstone tougher than the finest steel, untouched but the march of time; this tomb is unmarked save for one small inscription. In one of the most ancient languages of Caen, it spells just one word. That word is Nyrro.

We are pleased to announce a few  familiar faces, now draw together into the Legion of Snake Eyes, will be running a Warmachine Campaign Weekend on the 26/27th February 2011 at Triple Helix Wargames in Westbury, Wiltshire.

The weekend will have six narrative driven games of varying sizes as the players try to unravel the mystery of what happened to one of the Iosan gods.

On one side, the undead Priests of Nyrro have enlisted Khador and Cyrx allies. On the other, the mysterious Seekers have drawn the Retribution of Scyrah and Cygnar into the fray. All around other factions have gathered for many reasons, some to settle old scores, others to simply make a profit.

Each player will require a 15 and 25 point army list; plus an additional 5 points of units or solos. You will not be using both lists at the same time so they can include the same models (but do not have to). The additional 5 points must make a legal force when added to either army list.

Players can bring any faction (from Warmachine or Hordes), but both lists must be from the same faction or charter.

Tickets will be £20 for the weekend, including lunch on both days. To register contact

The full pack should be available by the end of November.

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