This is a quick catch up about everything I came home with when I went to the UKGE this year, if you want to read about whyÂ UKGE is such a great event or want to know about any particular item in more detail let me know in the comments section and i’ll write up an article on it, if you wantÂ a weekly email withÂ my content subscribe here.
In no particular order:
A box of Harlequin models and a Harlequin codex – From the bring and buy on Friday including a Death Jester, Solitaire and Shadowseer and 8 others for Â£30. Victims of an apparent nerf to Harlequins Kiss’s or something, they should make worthy challenges for my painting table.
Firestorm Armada Swordbreaker class Battleship – Picked up for Â£3 with the others on the Friday, I’ve seem some lovely painted examples of this online and feel like I should give it a go in preparation for Dropfleet Commander.
Army Painter sprays – Because they cost loads to post so getting them in person is best.
Pandemic Legacy – Apparently the best board game ever, this is a statement worth checking out.
IceÂ Cool – Voted best childrens game at UKGE, you basically flick a penguin through doors in a maze while another player tries to catch you, a mix of Subbuteo and tag, like all childrens games its best played by adults with alcohol.
Exploding Kittens first edition – This game makes a meowing noise when you open it, all games need this function.
Shadows over Esteren vol 1 – These guys have the most impressive lineups of products I’ve ever seen for a role playing game, they have multiple books, metal currency coins, resin miniatures, an album of in character music, a book of ghost stories and even a real recipe book for cooking your players actual real life food.
Tor Gaming Relics, Ridend starter set bundle – Voted my me as coolest miniatures in the show, they remind me of Labyrinth goblins wearing medieval armour.
Game Tee scented candles – For getting the background smell right at a gaming session, sadly the Elven one shares the same Jasmine scent as freshly cleaned urinals.