Photos from the annual pilgrimage (of all of 4 miles) to Salute at London Excel. Stunning show as always. This years big thing: SAGA (Everyone brought an army) This years best deal: a Ton of 28mm resin scenery from Tablescenic(?) This Years WOW factor: Retreat to Corunna by Essex Gamesters - napolionic peninsular war on a truly impressive scale. This years most deserved apology: Although we offended a lot of people this year, the most deserving of an apology is 'South London warlords' sorry for all the nasty things we had to say about WH40K apocalypse.
I figured I would get some photos of the Occupy London camp before the police come and move them on. Got chatting to a few of the guys at the camp, much more level-headed than how the media portrayed them. They are not calling for an end to capitalism, or abolishing the government, all they seem to want is a little bit more regulation of financial services. Can’t really argue with that.
Photos from the Games weekend over at Tom's, early April 2012. Opened with a great WW1 game. The first trial of the hex-based game ‘No-Retreat’ (Review coming shortly). Weekend was rounded up with probably the most epicly insane game of Warhammer quest ever played. where our lvl 3 group was faced by a dark-elf sorcerer who transformed into a chimera, certain death for any group, but not us, down she went and all 4 survive to fight another day. Gallery also contains some photos of Tom's forge, and “Drucilla, destroyer of worlds” (The cat)
Various spider pics - fairly warned be ye says I.
Microsoft has never forgotten its roots. Once the unstoppable juggernaut of the software world, Microsoft now has to contend with Google, Apple and the like, taking a bite (pun unintentional) from the consumer electronics market. Still, Microsoft has always known its two strongest divisions are operating systems and office software, […]