Welcome to the start of the first United States Faux Tour! For general information, click here or to go right to your Conference page, click on the image links below. Henches, please reach out to us with local gaming store information at email@example.com so that we can update those sections for anyone looking. Stay tuned for more information on player and tournament registration (for TOs)! … Continue reading USFT Season 1 2019-20
The great people at the Great Crusade podcast had me come on their show to talk about my love of Malifaux. We even discuss my ex – Warhammer 40k. Check it out HERE! Continue reading Craig Talking 40k???
Our good friend, and frequent guest, Owen Beste, gives you several practical tips for making better pools for your events or casual games. Introduction You are gearing up to run a Malifaux tournament; you have the venue, some players, terrain (or Vassal). All that is left – come up with missions. Shouldn’t be too hard, right? Generate some random missions in the Malifaux App and … Continue reading Malifaux: Stop Making Bad Strat/Scheme Pools!
I (Craig) now have two affiliations painted for Marvel Crisis Protocol by Atomic Mass Games. On the brink of several more complete affiliations so STAY TUNED! Web Warriors and Wakanda! Continue reading Two Affiliations Finished
Do you love Star Wars? Come listen to Craig and five patrons of Third Floor Wars in the first (of many) Edge of Empire role play sessions. Meet the players, their characters and listen to them get into a good old-fashioned bar fight. Listen HERE Continue reading Star Wars RPG Actual Play
Don’t miss the LIVE event on Sunday, August 30th at 12p et. Craig playing Kaeris vs Jim’s Seamus. Follow on Twitch or sub YouTube so you don’t miss it! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCA496705JLkpgAssAhetpdw https://www.twitch.tv/thirdfloorwars Continue reading Big Live Battle on Sunday!
Howdy, friends, Craig here. Ray and I have spent a ton of time thinking what to do with Season 1 of the US Faux Tour. It launched in September of 2019. In the first seven months (through March 7th), we scored 52 events with 334 unique players. That all stopped in March when national lockdowns began. In the 6 or so months following most conferences … Continue reading Update on Season 1 of USFT