There is one thing worse than painting miniatures, and that is to have unpainted miniatures. Captain's Blog will provide an audience, or in other words motivation, to stimulate my war game miniature painting productivity. In Halifax, we had a great group of gamers and we were constantly in competition with each other. I do not have the same community support in Montreal. I hope that by blogging regularly that I will force myself to paint more. Are you up to the challenge? Pick up a brush.
Spartacus: A Game of Blood and Treacheryis a fast
paced board game set in Ancient Rome. The game includes backstabbing schemes,
fierce bidding and bloody gladiatorial combat. It is designed for 3-4 players.
Among the many playing pieces included in the game are four plastic Gladiator figures that look to be about 28mm scale. The expansion, The Serpents and the
Wolf, allows up to 6 players in the game and includes two additional Gladiator
I was introduced to the game at Stack Académie III,
a local weekend long board gaming event held last May. I thoroughly enjoyed playing the
game and picked up both it and the expansion for my bi-weekly Friday night
gaming group. We were going to play it last month but ended up with 5 players. I had just ordered the expansion, so we played
So if all goes according to plan tonight is the night
and the figures are painted.
I also had a wicked idea and present Spartacus: The
Bad Wolf Clan for the games….