Today I get to share with you all, some virtual cake and beverage of choice! Hard to believe that it’s been over a year since I first started this blog. I owe it all to you, dear readers. A big thank you to everyone who has taken the time (a precious commodity these days) to read my ramblings and gawk at my images.
In the beginning…
I set out to create a blog to share some of my trials and tribulations with the Blood Bowl game. My vision was pretty small. I figured I would post, maybe answer the occasional question or two. Exchange some likes, maybes some comments, and follow some other blogs.
Wow, things have changed! I thought there would be more Blood Bowl bloggers, and we would probably have quite a bit to share with each other. Turns out that the number of bloggers whose sole focus is Blood Bowl, is very, very, very tiny.
As I expanded my horizons, I somehow managed to find (or be found) by a
cult of chaos worshippers small community of miniature hobbyists. I now interact with a lot of other Games Workshop enthusiasts, but also with people who are working on historical minis and dioramas, etc. Not stuff I would have imagined initially.
It’s been a blast meeting people through the blogosphere. Some very thought-provoking (TIM), bad-ass (Azazel), crazy (IRO), scrappy (Ann), analytical (Luke), creative (Wudugast), humorous (Mark A Morin), nostalgic (BTH), funny (BigBossRedskullz), talented (Le Bim), gifted (miniature popcorns), witty (justneedsvarnish), and collection-crazed (Mike C) individuals out there! Pretty exciting to learn about you all and getting to meet more new people as time goes on. Thanks to you all for sharing your thoughts with me and keeping me going through all the comments. I think some of you know more about me than people I’ve worked with for years in the real world. Strange how that works, huh.
I mentioned not long ago, that I am expanding content a bit to cover Necromunda alongside Blood Bowl. Surprisingly to me, my first Necromunda post beat all my other posts stats-wise. I should have started a Necromunda blog, haha!
My focus will continue to be on miniatures based games though. Painting minis will often be a focal point, but I hope to share some more game stories, tool tips, match reports, and of course, some old minis.
I’m really looking forward to another year of blogging!
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