Well hi all,

over the past four years or so I have

been producing terrain for my gaming

needs well I Have now more terrain

then I need and have to find a new

direction for my gaming hobby.

So I have started to work as a

Mantic Pathfinder.

I love Kings of war , as well as

dead zone and Dreadball, so it was

easy to apply for the program.

So this blog will start with showcasing

my activities with the Mantic pathfinders


There will still be times I will

place terrain projects on the blog

but it will now be the home to the

adventures of a Mantic Pathfinder

in one of the remote capital city's

around the world, Perth Western Australia.

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

the first table

Well, I have started a new maliflux table.

The club that I belong to (KRAGS) has started a bi-monthly maliflux gaming night with another club. How it works is that we travel to their club once a month to play maliflux then they travel to ours the next month. we hope to use this to get more players involved in the hobby and get out and play around town (you get more games that week as you tell the wife that It is club work and you have to go.) as part of the event we will hold the event some six times, so with the clubs maliflux Champion we are aiming to have a new table for them to use each time they come down to play. We have all the even months so I am aiming for this table to be ready by the first week in Feb. We do have a backup, if it is not finished the club Champion has one on the go minor work and will be finished by then.


I really find it easier to build the tables we need when I have a reason to do so it gives me targets and deadlines.


Now back to the table, I have been listening to The Aethervox and they had a story arc that really court my attention. They have released the stories in one session give it a listen. Even if you do not play the game you will enjoy the story.




Now back to the table again, the story has it inspired me to build a table based around the Mr. Magpie’s Cemetery Circus arc

This will be a non-modular gaming board. So it will have a little of a storage issue but that is a problem I will address when I finish.
So it is a circus built on a grave yard. There is a hanging tree on the board.
What this board is giving me the opportunity to do is work on areas I am new to. With the amount of grave stones I will need I am producing a master set and will be casting them in resin this is new for me and will give me some new skills.
Above is the basic lay out and some of the first models in play.
Keep you posted.


  1. Good work J, I'll fish out those gravestones for your castings. I got a little done on the backup plan today, will post up some wip shots before the weekend.