Gaming in Miniature Worlds!
Welcome to our exclusive miniature wargaming club, where we blog about pushing our painted toy soldiers, building battlefields and inventing fictional worlds in order to escape reality for a while.
Miniature Wargaming Club and Blog
LOOTING FROSTY FELSTAD
Fighting in distant galaxies
Racing in toxic wastelands
Exploring ancient history
History & Stories
All our games tell a story. History, place and stories, real or fictional, play crucial roles in our enjoyment of miniature tabletop battles.
At our miniature wargame club we focus mainly on the gaming aspects of our hobby of waging miniature wars on a tabletop.
Build & Paint
Read our wargame terrain and miniature painting tutorials. Consider them as an idea dump or a personal recipe collection.
Our hobby is also about cool products. So, don’t miss out on our short takes on rules, books, miniatures and other gadgets.
WHAT IS MINIATURE WARGAMING?
Miniature wargaming is a form of wargaming in which military units are represented by miniature physical models on a model battlefield. The use of physical models to represent military units is in contrast to other tabletop wargames that use abstract pieces such as counters or blocks, or computer wargames which use virtual models. The primary benefit of using models is aesthetics, though in certain wargames the size and shape of the models can have practical consequences on how the match plays out.
Miniature wargaming is typically a recreational form of wargaming because issues concerning scale can compromise realism too much for most serious military applications. A historical exception to this is naval wargaming before the advent of computers.
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There is not a piece of constructive legislation in the
world, not a solitary attempt to meet a complicated
problem, that we do not now regard the more
charitably for our eﬀorts to get a right result from
this apparently easy and puerile business of ﬁghting
with tin soldiers on the ﬂoor.
H. G. Wells