This week we’re joined by the amazing David Annandale to kick off the Warhammer Horror series we’ll soon be finding on the bookshelves. In between learning about these awesome books we do a rundown of a few units in the ShadowSpear box set.
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Reece Robins from Frontline Gaming and the ITC joins us this week to talk about several massive changes happening for the 2019 ITC season. This is a great jumping on point if you are not a current ITC participant. Already playing for points? Then you want to hear about these changes.
In this episode we mostly talk about a few upcoming events you don’t want to miss – Including a couple of high demand pere-registration dates. Of course we have the normal dose of tactics and hobby talk. Chris, Mike and Paul jibber jabber..
Brandon was gracious enough to sit down with me to talk about his amazing win. We talk in detail about a few of the games and I try to pick is his brain on ‘how’ he came out on top.
The guys are back from the LVO mostly in one piece. The Imperials take the crown. Paul was wrong about Orks and the ‘safe’ Yannari bet didn’t work out either. We live in exciting times.
In this episode we look at the cold hard facts about what you will see at the Las Vegas Open. We were fortunate enough to get a peek at the factions, how often they will appear in list and some of the impressive numbers of certain model/unit choices. We crunch them and comment. We pick…
We spend the first part of the show talking about how we don’t mind – and also like, the idea of Warhammer not always having to be so serious and Grimdark. Its not for everyone, but it doesn’t have to be. We close out the show talking about how to get back in a game…
Val and Paul kick off the show before we jump into a great segment with Scott the Miniature Maniac. Scott is a crazy talented YouTube content creator putting out great tutorials. Later in the show we break down why the Orks will win the Las Vegas Open.
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?
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…