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Fictional Reality is a quarterly gaming magazine that covers miniature wargames, board games, terrain building, sculpting and even the occasional role-playing game.  Fictional Reality is alwasy free and we’re about to start our 10th year of publication.  Please feel free to check out the current issue by clicking on the cover picture below and then poke around the rest of the site.  Be sure to take a look at the LINKS section to see all of the great companies that have advertised in the pages of FR.  I’m sure they have something that would make a wonderful addition to your current pile of lead.
Happy gaming!

Happy gaming!re wargames, board games, terrain building, sculpting and even the occasional role-playing game.  Fictional Reality is alwasy free and we’re about to start our 10th year of publication.  Please feel free to check out the current issue by clicking on the cover picture below and then poke around the rest of the site.  Be sure to take a look at the LINKS section to see all of the great companies that have advertised in the pages of FR.  I’m sure they have something that would make a wonderful addition to your current pile of lead.

Hello everyone!  Here we are with the new issue of Fictional Reality.  The March 2009 issue of Fictional Reality is ready and it’s packed with all sorts of stuff.  Inside you’ll find…

  • Battle Reports: Three of them!  Pulp City, Secrets of the Third Reich and Warmachine
  • Game Reviews: Apocalypse Z, Warlands and more
  • Miniature Reviews: Infinity, Hasslefree, Reaper, Grindhouse and more
  • Game Scenario: Rezolution
  • Terrain Workshop: Some modern terrain goodness
  • A preview of the new AE-WWII supplement along with an interview with Darkson Designs

Workbench

Here’s where you’ll find pics of stuff that we’re working on.  Soon you’ll be able to click on any picture to see a larger version.  Still working on some updates here.  Thanks for your patience.

What I’m

PLAYING READING LISTENING TO

I GM a semi-regular game.  We recently switched back to this from Champions.
Just started reading this in addtion to regular Bible study.  Just real doctrinal truth.
Wow!  I found the song “Another Stranger Me” by accident and was just blown away.  They are made of heavy metal awsome sauce.

We have a regular monthy D&D game using the 4th edition rules that I’m liking a lot.
I read “The Angel of Death” a while ago and then found this one, which came out first.  Just part-way through it, but it’s turning out to be just as good.
Something that I listened to back in High School that we thought was so cool.  Recently put it back into my playlist and still think it’s cool.

Don’t get to play this nearly enough.  If you have the right group it can be awesome.
Yeah, gaming books had to make an appearance here, too.  Doing some prep work for onlind D&D sessions with encounters from in here.
Always loved the Misfits, new, old, whatever.  Can’t say that I was blown away by their 1950’s cover album, though.

Have not been disappointed in this game yet and it’s been well received in every group.
Used to get inspiration for Call of Cthulhu adventures, of course.
I started listening to this again after many years.  It’s just as good now as when it first came out.  I recall them putting on a great show, too.

My wife loves co-op games and this one is close to the top of the list.  Like it very much!
Really, really liking this game a lot so reading and re-reading the rulebook and will hopefully get more games in soon.
Really, it’s just the song “Ten Thousand Strong” right now but hopefully more of their stuff will strike me as being as good as this.