Like a lot of us I got introduced to the wargaming hobby through Warhammer. Say what you want about the rules, but the minis will always have a place in my heart.
That said, I haven't painted a citadel miniature in years, I've managed to steer clear of 28mm miniatures since I stopped playing Warmachine and Infinity a few years back.
First 15mm, and then 6mm have saved me a lot of space and allowed for many interesting projects over the years. But lately I've felt the pull of 28/32mm again, particularly for more character focused games. Being able to more easily identify characters on the table and having more characterful miniatures made me decide to make my next project a 28mm one.
Channeling the old-school RT and Laserburn, we'll see a team of freelance former Imperial Guard mixing it up on the edges of known space:
So these three are the team we will be following in the campaign I'm working on!
When it comes to potential opposition I'm really spoilt for choice, but I want to start with something a bit more traditional and we'll see if the madness-inducing creatures of the warp wants to come out to play later in the campaign..
So this is my big project for this summer. I'll be using a home-brew version of OSR rules to play these games, as I feel a RPG ruleset works better for what I want the focus to be rather than pure wargames rules.
I hope you'll like it, more is coming soon!
Til next time!