We talk about new new preorder models and what we know about the Inquisitors and the new Dense Cover Rules for 9th edition.
At the end the show we talk about how to get more use out of your Skorpius Dunestrider kit. Spoiler – you can make it completely modular with no magnets.
We talk about how cool the new Inquisitor looks and then jump right into the new terrain rules.
We ponder about the ‘length’ of the wording and how that gives a lot of gamers pause in 40k because we are used to some people having a poor experience with people misinterpreting the wordy rules. I don’t think were lined up for that. I think that once we get some awareness out there on how its supposed to work we’ll all know how it works and we’ll have fun with it. Don’t sweat it folks!
We sort of talk about the compromises that organizers may make when they are defining the terrain for their events. Absolutely do the same thing in your home games. It’s better to get the ‘function’ from a sketchy piece of terrain and eventually build the look of the terrain up over time than to not be playing with the new rules when they come out.
Terrain makes the game. It gives us a dynamic play experience that makes so many more army lists viable and present interesting generalship issues for each player.
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Paul Murphy – Host
Justin Troop – troopsmash
Christopher Morgan – captain morgan