Much better album.
I have a masterplan, and its a doozy.
First 2018 goal is the cunningly named #spreadthespoons.
Malifaux is the only system that I have played at tournaments and I want to change that this year. My goal is to play at 6 different system tournaments. 6. That’s a bloody lot. AT the moment the systems are likely to be:
Age of Sigmar – Already booked in for the end of Jan. No army painted.
Epic40k – Already booked in for end of Feb. No army painted.
40k – Not booked in yet but do have an army painted.
Saga – Not booked in nor army painted.
Guildball – not booked in and no team painted.
Game #6 – not sure yet but could be Shadespire, Burrows and Badgers but mostly likely Batman. Crew not painted.
I also have MAGE and Bonescon to work on stuff for so will be a busy few months at the start of the year.
I’m also going to have a crack the #365/365 challenge (paint 365 miniatures during the year) as I have several full scale armies to paint. I want to revisit some historical gaming with NGN (currently planning 10mm ACW and WW2). He’ll want to have a go at Gangs of War too (so far the only new game that I am looking forward to trying in 2018 – and I already have the figures that I need!).
Gonna try to keep count of the purchases and sales of stuff on here too. Gotta show some restraint this year, mortgage to get and all that grown up stuff.
2018 Day 1
Miniatures purchased – 0
Miniatures painted – 0
Miniatures sold – 0
Lbs lost – 0
As Mike said, we must get back into the habit of regularly gaming, and that will lead to recording stuff and we can get into the cycle again. I’m hoping that either Monday or Friday can become a regular gaming day.
Last and by no means least in the #mindovermatter challenge. It has been really heartening to see the support that the Mfx community has put into supporting Mike and my favourite charity. We raised in excess of £1k at a single tournament and hopefully will be able to double that during the course of this year. The number of people in the hobby (myself included) have issues with mental health and as such, we all know someone that may occasionally need help.