Category: solo gaming

Nightwatch: The Airom Reconquista

Oh, those lovable, roly-poly weirdo beardo dwarves.  Always delving too deep.  That’s what the ladies say about them, anyway.  Over on The Channel we kicked off a second campaign of Patrick Todoroff’s “Nightwatch” with an easy mission to cleanse the desert of the plague of nasties that have been,...

Nightwatch – Revised Character Sheet

 After playing through four games of “Nightwatch: Terror and Treasure in the Dark Corners of the World“, I’ve found the character sheets needed a little tweaking. This should be enough to carry your Guildsmen through the full Long Hunt.  It has more room for the notes that you most...

Nightwatch: The Solo Wargame

  This is a game about killing monsters. All kinds, anywhere, any time. So speaketh Patrick Todoroff, the scribe behind Nightwatch.   This little gem of a wargame is a solo wargame that features a fairly simple core mechanic upon which you can bolt all kinds of weird and wonderful special...

More Vendeean Eye Candy

Been playing around with Osprey’s En Garde! while waiting for the Big Battalions package to arrive, and it’s been nice to fiddle with a new ruleset and some blackpowder scenarios.  My fantasy town works well as a backdrop if I leave off the wizard tower and skull mountain pieces....

The Wargaming Don

The Oldhammer guys are pikers. Since staring the Joy of Wargaming channel, I’ve been doing a lot more gaming than ever.  It has all been solo wargaming, but not because of the 800-pound virus-gorilla in the room.  It’s because I prefer my own company to that of the typical...

Barbarian King: A Yuge Win!

Broke out this classic print-and-play solo wargame for a little playing with myself in a way that won’t make me blind or lower my T, and holy cats was it a blast!  My daughter is my good luck charm, as she rolls like a beast.   If you’ve never...