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/VRfMrQpkRvYRead More The Casual NEON Podcast
On the final day of the Realms at War 2017 narrative event, the games shifted focus to the Realmbeasts, giant creatures that dominated each multi-player game. Today we look at two of these models, the Matreearch and the Sandstorm Genie, each constructed from scratch by NEO Steve Foote. As a response to the rampaging leviathans […]Read More REALMS AT WAR: CREATING THE REALMBEASTS
Early Sunday morning the true leviathans were unleashed, massive realmbeasts for epic games of Triumph & Treachery at RAW17. In Chamon, the rivers of metal coalesce around ore rich strata as the Shardshell swims to the surface: And in Ghyran, vines wrap around ancient woodland as the Matreearch prepares to defend her realm: In other […]Read More Realms at War: realmbeasts
The Realms at War Leviathans narrative event is well underway this weekend, but many players went beyond being a fully painted army along with a special leviathan model and are also attending in costume. Here are a few pics from Twitter, and check out the tag #fancydressupdate for more.Read More Realms at War: #fancydressupdate
The Realms at War Leviathans event is about to start! And there are so many pictures shared of completed armies getting packed away to relocate to Cambridge for a weekend of narrative gaming. Above is a collection of special cards created for a special game of combat between leviathans in the monstrous arena. And below […]Read More Realms at War!
Realms at War 2017 is fast approaching as anyone working on a unique leviathan or hunter model for this special narrative Age of Sigmar event could tell you. This will be a return of the popular Realms at War event launched last year by EATMingsFoote, a group composed of four “hobby-oriented nutjobs” with a goal […]Read More Realms at War: a retrospective