Why do we NEO? Many of the Narrative Event Organizers in the network talk about why they want to run narrative events as much as they play narrative games. Brian Orban has written an examination of his reasons why, and we wanted to share his article here. As we started updating the “How to NEO” […]Read More Why NEO?
We welcome Mitzy as our NEO of Note for January! We’ll let him introduce & tell you about himself here. Hello Age of Sigmar players and hobbyists. My name is Mark Mitzman (although I’ve been known as Mitzy since as far back as I can remember). I am very fortunate to have been asked to […]Read More NEO of Note: Mark “Mitzy” Mitzman
The Coalescence global narrative event in 2017 was successful because of the Narrative Event Organizers that signed up to run it for players in each respective area. We’re looking for NEOs to sign up to run one of the two events we have planned for 2018. Sign up HERE to run the event on March 17th, June […]Read More Calling All NEOs!
The End Times is here! That is, the Warhammer: Age of Sigmar End Times Battletome, written and edited by Alexander Nygård. The unofficial battletome features more than 100 photos of painted models, all on round bases. More than 50 different AoS fans have contributed to the project. Although the tome is released digitally, it has […]Read More Battletome: The End Times
Just over a year ago, before the NEON acronym and Coalescence event, some narrative event organizers started talking about how to combine their energy into an effort to highlight narrative play in Age of Sigmar and encourage more players to try it. Organizers behind a variety of AoS narrative events like Holy Wars, Realms at […]Read More What is the Narrative Event Organizers Network about?