The Gates of Azyr is a novella released alongside the started box of Age of Sigmar. It tells the story from the first, ever so important assault of the Stormcast Eternals on the Gate of Azyr in the realm of Aqshy. The book is small, and so I’ll keep the review equally short.
Warhammer Age of Sigmar was released a little over a month ago, and it has taken me some time to collect my thoughts. One podcast I listen to used the word “bipolar” to describe their reaction, and I feel that it is an appropriate word to use for what I’ve felt. Sad that the Warhammer I loved was gone. Angry that the world I had come to know so well had been canned. Confused on what we could expect in the future. Intrigued by the new world that is there to explore. Delighted by the new miniatures that had come out. In awe of the new artwork being produced. Unsure about what this meant for me. And so on. So what is the verdict? Continue reading
Break the internet – Age of Sigmar
Ladies and Gentlemen! Age of sigmar has arrived, and Furnace of Arcana is joining the bandwagon!
Kim Kardashian did not break the internet. Age of Sigmar did!
I have been spamming some painting progress reports around but it’s been a while since I actually completed something. So I thought I’d show off my latest work! A sorceress! I confess she may not be the best looking paint job ever, but I dare you to tell her that.
Never the less this is probably the paintjob I enjoyed the most so far.
Titanforge miniatures recently came out with some of their new Metalbeards mini’s, heavily mechanised Dwarf miniatures, which, as a fan of steampunk AND all things Dwarf, I simply had to have. So I bought two Ancestral Guardians (one set), a Steam Gatling Gun and two Ancestral Zeppelins (again, one set). What follows is my review.