The BoLS video battlereports continue - This week we bring you yet more of the underdog armies taking it to the tabletop. Can everyone's favorite toasters prevail versus the Sons of Fenris? Its gonna be bloody (or oily)!
As many of you know, the European Team Championships was this past weekend, August 20th - 21st in Montreux Switzerland. Myself and the rest of Team America 40k had an incredible time, and we're now safely back home full of war stories.
Reality always keeps me from doing all the fun stuff... Anyway, time for a new almost weekly update! This week with Warlord Games, Reaper Miniatures, Spartan Games, Antenocitis Workshop, Kromlech, Pulp City and Puppetswar!
In this article I want to discuss a tactical term that's been around the WM community for a number of years: threat density. We'll look at what it is, and the impact it has in the current edition of the game.
I was all prepared to talk about the new Sisters codex. I wanted to go over some strategies, tricks, and hopefully some of the gems within the book. Then I read it - lets talk moving the Fluff forward. Yup I want to chat about the reasons to move the story.
Goatboy here again reviewing some bits from the company - Puppets War. I got lucky enough to get ahold of some of the Gringo Ork heads and accessories to review. As usual I will go through the normal hoops of review - Value, Look/Form, and Paintability.
The BoLS video battlereports continue - This week we bring you yet another batrep dedicated to all the old-school codices and the players who love them. Today see's EvilHomer debut using a Night Lords CSM army to face down Splug's Black Templar battleforce. There is no school like the old school!
I came to review Blood Gorgons in a most unusual manner. BDub asked me to hold onto the book while we were packing up WARGamesCon to make sure it didn't get stored away until next year. Then, while in the process of returning the book to him (naturally), I went on vacation and managed to read all of it.
The Warmachine/Hordes community on Colorado's Front Range has a semi-annual tournament called The Clash for Colorado. It's our attempt at getting players from up north in Fort Collins all the way down south to Pueblo to get together, talk smack about whose local meta is the strongest, then duke it out to prove who's best.
Goatboy here again chatting about 40k as usual. You know - talking about it over coffee and a cinnamon roll I shouldn't be eating. So today's topic of bile, spit, and opinion is the idea of what is hurting the game right now?