Maximum Arbitration Part 7: ‘Game Week Four’, What’s Yours Is Mine…The Takeover Phase Begins!

YYC Hive is dangerous and ill-spirited, just like it’s citizenry. The potential to become a great factory hive was there, but the population could never rise past the petty rivalries and infighting that mark this spire as a lawless outland encampment.

Many come to this hive seeking nothing more than a place to try their fortunes by direct action. Not a place, then, for the faint of heart or the mind clouded by conscience. There are riches here, but none so easily claimed as those simply removed from the possession of another.

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Wolfenstein: The Board Game

Nazis. Ever since the end of WW2 Nazis have filled the place of ‘bad guy’ in pop culture. This is doubly true on the tabletop where Nazis have been popular enemies of various flavour for quite some time. From standard troopers in historical combat games to super-science wielding ultra soldiers in weird war settings and everything else in between. Nazis make a great villain.

Many gamers enjoy computer and video games as well as tabletop games, so it seems like a no-brainer that one of the most popular video game franchises (1981’s Castle Wolfenstein, for the Apple 2 home computer…) finally sees action in the ‘little model men’ arena. Wolfenstein has had more sequels and games on more platforms than I care to google, now it has arrived on the tabletop! Let’s have a closer look at Wolfenstein: The Board Game.

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Maximum Arbitration Part 4.5: Your Friendly Neighbourhood Arbitrator

Sometimes the Arbitrator just likes to prattle on about their toys. This is a brief look at the gangs that I will be using in the store Necromunda campaign, as well as thoughts on how the campaign is / will run. This is an additional update and contains no new rules or life changing information. However, if you plan on facing me over the gaming table, this may be worth a read.

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Crusty Brushes: Being An Arbitrator – Big Plans For Eventual Return To The Tabletop Part Four

I’ve been doing these Necromunda articles for the better part of two years now and sometimes It can be a bit tricky to form an articulate and concise article, with a good beginning, middle and end. Sometimes, however,  you just say stuff and show pretty pictures…

this time, it’s the latter!

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