A new NEON team is planning a global narrative AoS event to share with both experienced and neophyte NEOs everywhere. Whether you participated in one of the Coalescence events or only heard about them, we'd like to hear from you--especially if you're thinking about running a narrative event with your local club next year. Please … Continue reading Planning the next NEON event
We're starting a conversation about what narrative means 4 each of us and we want to hear your story and share with the world! https://wearetheneon.com/contact/
We want YOU to play at narrative events in Age of Sigmar! Where to find them, how to play them, how to run them! The Casual NEON podcast Episode 2. https://youtu.be/wZSAY54cyQ0 Main: we brainstorm with Alex Polimeni on running global Animosity Campaigns.
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.
This is the final part of the series Bill Castello wrote for players to better enjoy narrative play in Warhammer Age of Sigmar. You can read Part I and Part II. How to approach the game So, you have your list, you have your tickets and you’re at the event. You line up for your first game. You … Continue reading Playing Narrative Games, Part III (of III)
How to prepare for a narrative event By Bill Castello So how do you get ready for a narrative event? Simple answer, however you want, but it should include at least a good backstory for your army. Once you know what the embedded narrative elements are, you should look at your existing narrative army. You … Continue reading Playing Narrative Games, Part II
Contributing author Bill Castello What is this, anyway? This is the first part of a series of short articles that covers some of the areas of Narrative gaming and how you can best prepare to be a part of it. Narrative gaming should be fun, but some people get anxious about whether or not they … Continue reading Playing Narrative Games, Part I
A couple of NEOs met during the course of Coalescence and have finally started a podcast focused on narrative events--past, upcoming, and helpful tips to running your own. Take a listen and let us know if you have feedback or even content to contribute! https://youtu.be/VRfMrQpkRvY
An introductory short story by Ben Marshall Deep in the bowels of Shadowholm, in the dust and echoes of a world long past juxtaposed into the kingdom of Nagash, the mad wizard slept in the coffin-prison. Restful! Fitful! Just a little damp! His eyes shot open at this thought. "DAMP! Yes, but not as damp … Continue reading Fawkes Hunt 4: Prologue