I’m probably going to be posting a lot of pictures over the next week or so. I’ve just been organising my Photobucket account and found some stuff I forgot I even had!
So I’ll start off with some photos I took when I was running a Necromunda campaign. For those not in the know Necromunda is a spin-off game from Warhammer 40000. It’s set in the same universe but is concerned with gangs living in Hive cities. It’s more low-key, requires only about 10-15 models per gang and offers more in-depth gameplay. The background “fluff” for it is great, and darkly humourous as most Games Workshop stuff is.
Get a free copy of the rules, including the background, here:
So here’s the photos.
The terrain is more densely packed in Necromunda which adds to the fun of climbing up buildings, scampering along gantries and of course shooting other people as they try to do the same things! I may do another more in-depth post on Necromunda in the future. It’s a fantastic and sometimes overlooked game.
Here are some counters/objectives/loot and battlefield terrain I made to be used throughout our campaign:
Finally we have a picture of a mighty Ork Stompa and equally destructive Ork SkullHamma in action during a game of Warhammer 40000 (these belong to a friend of mine). These are superheavy vehicles and generally only used on special occasions.
(Incidently, that’s me stood in the background of the picture! I find it odd to look at it now and not see my left arm covered in tattoo!)
With any luck, more photos tomorrow! Stay tuned.