Thursday, December 16, 2010

Oh my gosh! Oh my gosh!

I got 227 pageviews! That is crazy. Soon I will have miniatures, (finally got back in the money) and I'll have pictures of my (most likely low quality cause I'm a beginner) painted minis.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Free Wargames Rules
This site is hosting my rules. Yay!

Monday, December 13, 2010


I am coming close to coming out with a new version.
The new version will have more weapons, such as the M16, the Dragunov, the PKM, the M9, the Makarov and the M240.

After that I will do Chinese weapons, and then my addons will be based on request. (Ask me to make a supplement for any army and I will.) I will also eventually release scenarios, a point system, and organization tables for the three armies.

Sunday, December 12, 2010

Pageviews, yay!!!!!

Finally getting some pageviews, even if its only eight.



RULES are here!!!

I finally finished my rules and they will be posted soon!

Thursday, December 2, 2010

Welcome REPOST (More details)

I'm Josh.
I've always loved army men. Then one day I discovered miniatures. my father took me to a hobby shop, and I fell in love with Games Workshop Lord of the Rings Strategy Battle Game. Eventually, I liked guns again, and went back to army men, until they weren't specific enough for me and I wanted World War II army men. So I searched and searched and the cheapest miniatures that weren't too tiny to me were 15mm/1/100. So I decided to buy a bunch of 1/100/15mm minis from Battlefront/Flames of War. I went to Brookhurst Hobbies I bought some Germans and some Americans. The next year I bought some Russians and more Americans. The next year I bought some Finnish, some British and even more Americans. All three times I bought Axis and Allies armor.  I mainly used these for "set ups." I would set them up and leave them. Eventually I developed my own wargame, but then scrapped it once I realized that Call of Duty 3 wasn't the best source for weapon stats. So I went back to "set ups." I then realized that in order to do good dioramas, I needed to paint my minis. 15mm minis didn't look like the easiest to paint, so I moved up a size. I went back to Brookhurst and bought some Esci 1/72s. I got some Americans, some Germans, some British and some French. I planned to paint these but never got the time. After looking at, I realized that my French were actually pre World War I Foreign Legionaries. Discouraged from miniatures, I decided to take a break. My interests in drumming and Xbox took some chunks out of my spending budget, and I still don't have any money. Eventually, I went back to miniature and developed a second wargame for use with my 1/72s. It was the best I made, and pretty fun, but I had moved on from World War II. I am now interested in Modern miniatures in 20-25mm scales. The scales I'm looking at are 1/76, 20mm, 1/72 and 25mm. I've also got a few 28mm science fiction minis from heroscape and the first hobby shop (not Brookhurst).