The language of Narrative Play & Animosity III

We are now on the cusp of Age of Sigmar 3.0, and many new Core rules (such as Heroic Actions, Monstrous Rampages, etc) as well as the revamped Path to Glory framework, means the opportunity to play narratively is more accessible than ever! Mr Mephisto of AOS Rantcast fame interviewed NEOs Alex Polimeni and Nuno … Continue reading The language of Narrative Play & Animosity III

‘WitneyWarhammerOne: Secrets of Dinorwig’ – event in Witney, UK – July 17-18 2021

Players' armies will be fighting over the Brimstein Heartlands in Aqshy, the place where the Stormcast Eternals dealt the first blow against the forces of Chaos at the very beginning of the Age of Sigmar... and investigate what secrets lie in the ruins of Dinorwig, rumoured to contain a Stormvault. We chatted with the NEOs behind the event, Phil Dodd @Phil_Kazic and Charles Nolan @CharlesKhorne, on what players can expect and what interesting Narrative Play tricks they will be using.

Letting your narrative emerge from your games

NEO Martin Neal-Price, host of Narrative Labs, wrote a great article about letting your narrative evolve from the games you play. It's an easy way to get started with a backstory, it's creative, unexpected, and often filled with moments of drama and/or comedy. "A deliberate narrative army is one where the story, or at least … Continue reading Letting your narrative emerge from your games

Make your own narrative and lore interact with other player’s games!

NEOs Keegan, Christian and Matt want YOU to submit your narrative and connect it to other players' stories in a shared worldwide Living Campaign world of the Mortal Realms! https://www.youtube.com/embed/zq9ywJls-aA Youtube: https://youtu.be/zq9ywJls-aA The Dice Sagas duo are joined by Keegan West from The Great Weave, and explain how to use The Great Weave to host … Continue reading Make your own narrative and lore interact with other player’s games!

Weekend of Narrative

Awesome narrative events happening this weekend, and plenty of photos and even some videos shared on Twitter. Check out the hashtags on a post featuring links to Warhammer Achievements at Blood & Glory in the UK and Holy Havoc in the American Midwest on Twitter.