We start the show with the premise that the Matched Play Format is the natural conclusion to any 40k player’s journey. It is a way for players to instantly communicate their expectations for a pickup games and not just for tournaments. What do you think?
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As good as I claim to be I still make deployment mistakes that end up costing me the game. It’s easy for us to misjudge exactly what our opponent can do and end up in a tight spot just ‘going through the motions’ until time is called. We shed some light on that stuff this…
2018 is just about in the books. Paul, Chris and Val run down brief FTN year in review and talk about hobby resolutions for 2019. Carl Tuttle from the ICs joins Paul for a great chat in the middle of the show. Later in the show we continue our Road the the LVO coverage.
Mr. Reece Robins joins the show today to talk with us about the largest Warhammer 40,000 Tournament in the world!!! We discuss the recent changes to the ITC Missions, the ITC Code of Conduct and give some tips on what you should be thinking about if you want to win a giant 40k tournament.
Are point changes enough to make your army better? It looks like generals on every table will have a few extra points to play with so if every army gets better is anyone really better off than they were before Chapter Approved? Yes..
Chapter Approved is a shot in the arm for competitive 40k. Instead of going out of their way to make any particular army worse, a whole lot of armies got better. We see radical point reductions for a bunch of struggling factions. We run down some major points and the Sisters of Battle Beta Codex. …
Orks are now out in the wild but so far their tournament results haven’t caught up to their power potential. We discuss ways to confront the Ork builds we expect to see on this episode. What’s wORKing for you?
In this show we finally start to narrow down Ork army list suggestions. We also give a tip or two about fighting against Orks. Later in the show we share a time saving tip for your games that just might net you a sportsmanship point or two as well.
In the first part of the show we briefly talk about a tournament that happened a couple of weeks ago and do a hobby progress update. Later in the show we give a preview of the 40k datasheets for the Blackstone Fortress models.
I’m joined by two legendary Warbosses this week, Val Heffelfinger and Marc Parker to talk about how they will be building their Codex Ork Lists. I try to nail them down on Choppa vs Shoota and try to convince them that Shokk Attack Guns are great.. They get me back on the right track.