Warmachine and Hordes Blogs

The growing list of Warmachine and Hordes blogs which are updating frequently and regularly: If there are any other good Warmachine and Hordes blogs missing, please don’t hesitate to comment below!

  • Ammunition Games is a miniature wargaming blog run by some guys in Leicester, UK. Anything and everything wargaming.
  • Breaking The Format: a Warmachine website powered by players. From Battlebox to Hardcore, engaging the WM community with solid tactics, news, and tournament coverage.
  • Diesel DM, a centralized hub for Mickey’s passions: Dungeons & Dragons, Warmachine and more. Currently painting a…
  • Far Far Away plays too many wargames and this is a blog about them: Warmachine, Hordes, Warhammer, Flames of War, etc.
  • Focus on the Fury: A hobby and gaming blog for Warmachine and Hordes. “You will probably read completely contradictory thoughts on things here from time to time.”
  • Hand Cannon Online wasn’t always a marvelously disorganized, rambling blog: it started out as a disorganized, rambling e-zine about Warmachine and Hordes (since MKI).
  • iWargame “because it helps keep me sane.” A long time wargamer hooked to Warmachine since 2010…
  • Lost Hemisphere, a blog and podcast on Warmachine and Hordes as well as several other game systems.
  • Matt Wilson Prime, where Matthew “attempts to amuse, subvert and influence you with his somewhat tenuous command of the English language”.
  • Miniature Musings of a Bear, a bear who talks about Warmachine and Hordes, Malifaux, and Dystopian Wars.
  • Muse on Minis, source for articles, guides, reviews, and battle reports for Warmachine and Hordes by Privateer Press.
  • Obi’s Gaming and Painting: a blog about all of Obi’s gaming and painting stuff – including Warmachine and Hordes.
  • The Overseer: Warmachine and Hordes battle reports, conversions, painting, game theory by Lamoron, Roar, Hjelmen, and Jet Black Joe
  • Steamforged.com is a community focussed on multi-media resources for tabletop gamers, Warmachine and Hordes in particular.
  • Steam-powered Gamer: tactics, pictures, rules, … list building, battle reports, reviews on Warmachine and Hordes
  • Sustained Attack: Warmachine fanatics playing Khador, Menoth, and some other factions since the release of Mark II.
  • ThrallBlacks: Your source for Warmachine and Hordes in New Zealand – NZ Club Directory, articles, and podcast

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Kriegsspiele (wargames) talks about tabletop wargaming: Warmachine and Hordes in particular; http://Kriegsspiele.me


  1. Maybe they do. But I suppose that it’s simpler than that – talking and sharing your thoughts orally is WAY easier then going through the tedious process of writing – and jumping those hoops to get to quality writing. And it takes more time. Also, should a blog mostly sports results of typing-diarrhea, nobody’ll read it. Because reading is an time-consuming action, mostly mutually exclusive to other activities.

    At least, that’s what I can think of off the top of my head.

    • You’re probably right regarding the production side, but personally I prefer reading (and scanning) text a lot more than listening to linear content: be it pure audio or audio/video. Video is still great for battle reports in my opinion, especially if the turns are presented at 5x+ speed.

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  3. Thanks a lot for adding my page! I wlll return the favor :)

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