One of the things that most inspires us here at KO about K47 is it’s background. The way the writers have put in enough detail to drive a story but just little enough so you can let your imagination run free in the twisted weird war world. However there is a rather unfortunate trend in […]Read more "Competitive fluffing or how to theme a tournament army "
This was a bit of a monster to edit. What with the general traffic noise in my street mid recording and the other podcasters dropping their recording devices and switching venues on us a lot of work had to be done tidying up the audio. I’m sorry if it’s a little muffled in […]Read more "Rift Tech Radio – Episode 4, The British in K47"
At Christmas I got a K47 British starter set When I first saw the automatons, I thought it would be quite easy to build, but oh how I was wrong! There were so many bits. There are 5 bodies with ball joints for arms and legs. Then there a 5 automated heads. After that there […]Read more "On Her Majesty’s Service – A look at Automatons"
When I first saw the Galahad suits, I thought they would be a lot of fun. They didn’t let me down and actually surprised me a little bit with the amount of detail of the armour and bolts and wires and all of the amazing heads. They also surprised me when I found out […]Read more "Galahad Heavy Infantry – First Impressions"
In the build up to our first tournament, we thought it would be a good time to answer a simple question. What are your hopes and expectations for the tournament? Shipman – USA I’ll get the obvious joke out the way first – I’d like a win. Just one, doesn’t need to be glorious! I […]Read more "Konflikting Opinions – Hopes for Battlefield ’47"
So, as I am now several battles into my career as leader of the mighty 107th, pride of New York, I thought I should start writing up some of my experiences for fun. As was a habit on previous blogs, these reports will be simple, straightforward and have a theme song. Yes, that’s right, a […]Read more "US Army – Woeful Tales of the 107th – Battle Reports, Part 1"