Anybody who has played Saga will know it’s easy to learn, and yet difficult to master. Getting the most out of a warband is complicated by all the possibilities at your disposal and the variety of bands you may face.
Articles by Paul L. Mathews
I guessed that, in a hobby dominated by the likes of Games Workshop and Warlord, a few guys working out of a small unit in Nottingham could always use an extra pair of hands. After a little digging I found where I could be of most use: designing and building a gaming table.
Now I prefer to sculpt in a smaller scale; the challenge presented by creating such tiny sculpts excites me and inspires me to grow and develop. I now work exclusively in 20 to 28mm.
We couldn’t find a club we liked, so we’ made one of our own that was run our way, with our rules.
This article examines my six point Anglo-Saxon warband for use in Saga, the Dark Age skirmish game by Studio Tomahawk and Gripping Beast.
Hi, I’m Paul, and welcome to today’s edition Sculpting, Painting and Gaming. Those of you who’ve seen the awesome cobbled bases on our Gangs of Rome…
Having decided I wanted to build a new warband for Saga, why did I pick the Irish?
Having been a history geek and an avid collector and painter of miniatures as a kid, it was only a matter of time until adult me discovered Saga.