SCREAMIN’ STEEN’S PICK OF THE WEEK—Kitten’s in a Blender!
It’s, well, er…I promise that I won’t mention it again. I am afraid that it really is a game. In the dorm section. Sorry about that.
Been gone for awhile, trying to recharge the ol’ batteries. Turned out that I had to work—poke my head in a couple of times a week—so that took some of the starch out of my britches. But I did get in quite a few hikes, with the water running and the hills green. We’ll see.
The ‘Yu-Gi-Oh Yellow Mega Pack’ is dwindling, I think. If you’ve been waiting… * ‘Bones’ are here—the new Reaper Miniatures line of unpainted plastic minis. Uncool for your ‘personal’ mini (stick with metal), but fine for all them orcs and kobolds and bone dudes. Just have to paint ‘um up. And, God, are they cheap. Screamin’ (at high-priced minis) Steen says, check them out.
‘Mage Knight’ is back, after a bit of a vacation. We’ll see if WizKids printed enough this time. * ‘Rumble in R’lyeh’ popped in for the Penny Arcade deck building game. * Privateer sent us a passel of new Hordes and Warmachine minis, and Paizo launched its latest wave of new releases. ‘Wormwood Mutiny’, if I’m not mistaken, launches their latest adventure block. And finally, very old school, Reaper sent out their latest ‘Casket Works’ catalog. A fine, fine way to check out their extensive line. And it’s free.