Monday, May 26, 2014

Henschel Hs129 "Panzerknacker"

I painted a Hs129 for one of the guys I regularly play against. For this model, he also wanted me to magnetize the two gun options to make them interchangeable. After delivery, he used it against me in a game and it was extremely effective. In this post I'll share some pictures, explain how I magnetized it, and discuss it's uses in Flames of War.


Tuesday, May 20, 2014

Review: KR Multicase for Flames of War

This blog post will review the KR Multicase Kaiser 1 bag and discuss the appropriate tray sizes for different Flames of War models. KR Multicase doesn’t currently have custom cut foam for Flames of War models but the standard tray sizes fit most models I have found so far with a little improvisation. The KR Multicase Kaiser bag is a robust bag with space for your gaming supplies.

Monday, May 5, 2014

AAR: Kelowna Flames of War Tournament

On Saturday, May 3, 2014 there was a Late War Flames of War tournament in Kelowna, BC. Glen (Leifer on the forums) hosted the tournament. In total there were 24 players from all over Western Canada who made the trip. The tournament was three Late War games of 1650 points. For this tournament, I ran the same army list as at Gottacon (11th Armoured Division Sherman company from Market Garden with US paratroopers, turretless Stuarts, Heavy Mortars, and Universal Carriers).

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