The living dead in living color!… Read More Sons of Sylvania – Part III
My oh my, has it been a month already?… Read More Sons of Sylvania – Part II
Greetings all! It was with excitement that I accepted Andrews offer to participate in this wonderful project. While I agree with many of the sentiments that the others have stated regarding hobby progress and gaining inspiration for our projects through deadlines, I’ll spare you that and jump right into my project! Project Overview When deciding… Read More Sons of Sylvania – Part I
It was a strange set of circumstances that the nation of Hungary found itself faced with in 1940. Pushed by the Nazis to go on the offensive, Regent Horthy and the Hungarians were faced with a choice, attack and become an active aggressor in the war, or resist and undoubtedly have their country overwhelmed by… Read More The Hungarian 10th
The History In the last Legion Update we spoke about cavalry at length; despite it being an article concerning light infantry. In today’s article, while on the surface being about cavalry, I would like to focus on a small detail I found interesting. This concerns the arms and armor of the Roman soldier. When looking… Read More The Cavalry is Here!
Summer is drawing near and we once again look forward to warm days and pleasant nights here in the fine state of Wisconsin. This year the change of season has lined up with the completion of a few of my larger projects during the winter. Last week we took a quick look at my recently… Read More Summer Projects
The History The year is 1914, the place is the Ardennes. Thousands upon thousands of men are about to throw themselves passionately, patriotically, and most of all, violently into what will become known as the Battle of the Frontiers. Blazing with patriotic fever these Frenchmen will embody the spirit of Elan and try and prove… Read More Viva La France!
The History Rome was never very adept with their cavalry nor were they very prolific. Whether it was a lack of skill within the army, a few generals who set a precedent that stuck, or perhaps a general scarcity of horses, Rome never took to cavalry like other nations did. It wasn’t until the reign… Read More Send in the Light Infantry
When was the last time you read a myth or legend? And when I ask this I don’t mean an abridged or Disney adapted work, I mean the real stuff. Two, four, ten years? Maybe never? If it has been a while, I would encourage you to go and do so. Take some time, find… Read More Myths & Legends
Rome. A name that resounds with a weight and prestige that is hard to grasp in our modern time. How many men bled and died for that name, that concept, that identity. The scope of its history is hard to grasp, let alone the many intricacies of its emergence out of the mists of history,… Read More The Rise of the Legion