Auticus5/7/1977Started the journey down wargaming in the late 1980s with Battletech and Advanced Squad Leader. Began playing Warhammer Fantasy and Warhammer 40,000 in 1997 and has been a die-hard chaos heretic ever since.
Having spent 1998 - 2007 heavily among the tournament-circuits, took three years off and returned in 2010 with narrative campaigning in mind.
Brad8/20/1986I started into wargamming with Warhammer 40k in 2010 using my Space Marine force from the Assault on Black Reach box. After a few introductory games to get a feel for how the game played, I expanded my collection to a full force and joined in on a local 40k narrative campaign.

During the campaign for Warhammer 40k I started working on my first army for Warhammer Fantasy, the Warriors of Chaos. I went on to use this army in the local Fantasy narrative campaign.

I have remained on the narrative path ever since that first 40k campaign, and continue to play in the local annual campaigns for both 40k and Fantasy (now AoS).

Warhammer 40k Armies:
Word Bearers
Raven Guard
Eldar/Dark Eldar

Warhammer Fantasy (AoS) Armies:
Warriors of Chaos
Tzeentch Arcanites
Tyler7/27/1994I've always loved tactics, strategy and everything involved in the conducting and winning of wars. During Highschool I played Mil-Sim airsoft in order to satiate that thirst. Due to the time involved, and the lack of any friends in that hobby I haven't played in around four or five years. Despite that, I have always love playing strategy games on PC. Games such as Xcom, Dawn of War, and Wargame always provided me with some of what I craved. The Dawn of War series first introduced me to the world of Warhammer in 2009, but it wouldn't be until 2014 when I had enough money to start playing table top. I think 40k has its problems like any other game, but there is one problem that a narrative approach can fix. Narrative wargaming gives both a story telling background and a strategical context for the tactical battles that we wage on the table top. It should be rare for a tank company to attempt to traverse dense terrain, for if they should attempt such an endeavor they should not go unpunished if they do not bring in infantry support.
Daniel06/19/1988I'm fairly new to the wargaming scene. I started with Age of Sigmar in the summer of 2015 playing a Lizardmen army in Auticus' Brimstone Peninsula campaign. From there I branched out into the world of 40k with a Tyranid army.

Today I play Lizards and Ogres in AoS and Tyranids and Genestealer Cult in 40k.

In addition to wargaming I have a passion for roleplaying games. I currently DM for a 5th edition D&D group that has been playing for the past three years.