The Jungle is turning 20 years old, and we’re celebrating! Come back every day from February 2 through February 8 for new material!
For almost 20 years, my family and I have been good friends with our neighbors across the street, the Becker’s. Our kids are close in age, and have grown up together like siblings. The two “Becker Boys”—Nathan (19) and Dylan (18)—are ardent video gamers, but haven’t been interested in 40K, despite knowing for years that I play.
“Haven’t been interested,” that is, until Nate went off to college, found some friends who are into it, and came back home raving to his little brother about how cool it is. So, in the summer of 2019, I taught them the rules, gave them tips on collecting and painting, and helped them acquire their very own armies. Nate has gone for Space Marines, while Dylan purchased 2000 points of Space Wolves from Jungle Guide Patrick Eibel.
Continue reading “Battles with the Becker Boys, Part 3”
In this series, we showcase armies used by your humble Jungle Guides. By detailing how the army was collected, how the background and color schemes were developed, and how the army is used on the battlefield, we hope that this series will provide inspiration for those interested in collecting similar armies.
If Inquisitor Varman Kumar was tired after the 26 continuous hours he had spent working in the interrogation chamber, he showed no sign of it as he stepped out into the stone hallway. The plasteel door slid shut behind Kumar, and Wolf Priest Horsa Drachenbane stepped forward from the alcove where he had waited.
“What have you learned?” Horsa asked.
Continue reading “Armies of the Jungle: Dvergar Steeljacks”
by Kenton Kilgore and Patrick Eibel
Welcome to the first battle report of the new (and hopefully improved) Jungle. Pat and I played this, our first game using the 8th Edition rules, a while back, but Real Life™ has kept us from chronicling it until now.
Jungle visitors told us that they really enjoyed the storytelling aspect of our latest campaign, The Ongoing Narrative of War (Pat and I thought it was a lot of fun, too), so from now on, that’s the style in which we’ll do all our batreps. To make sure everyone has a good understanding of what’s happening during the dramatization of the action, we will, when necessary, note or explain something in game terms by putting it in [brackets] so that you’ll know it’s an aside, and not part of the actual tale.
So, let’s get it—and this new site—started!
Continue reading “A New Site, A New Game, A New Army”