Welcome to the next big thing in fantasy gaming! Or at least that’s my opinion. At Brush and Boltgun, we love Saga and have been awaiting a Fantasy version of it since it was hinted in the Saga II Rulebook, with pictures of Chaos Dwarfs and demons in what we thought was going to be… More A Quick Look- Saga: Age of Magic
Well this week has been a fairly busy one, and not a whole lot of progress has been made on the Anglo-Danes. I spent a few nights painting up the shoulders for one of my Imperial Knights for Warhammer 40k/30k, then cut one of the Knight arms apart so I could magnetise the weapons and… More Saga Sunday: Progress on the Anglo Danes
March to War is over! The strange feeling that I should be painting every spare hour I get is receding and it is time for something to fill that hobby void. Over the last few weeks, we have put quite a bit up about Saga II and the new edition of the rules. I have… More What a Saga!
Hello! Thank you for reading this product review on Brush and Boltgun. For clarification, this is a review of two products, the SAGA Rulebook and the SAGA Viking Age Sourcebook, that were both released at the same time. You will need both to play Viking Age games, and therefore the review mixes the two products… More Product Review: SAGA II
In the simplest of games, it is accepted that players take turns. It is drummed into us from an early age. As we grow up and start playing board games, everyone still gets their turn, one after the other. Monopoly is a good example. In the majority of wargames, this holds true too. As gamers, we… More “I go, you go… we go?” The ‘Turn’ in Different Gaming Systems