Hot off the presses we take a first glance at the new Codex Space Marines. There is TON of good stuff in here. It’s a must have for any Marine player.
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This week we are joined by Dave from MiniWargaming for a segment and in the middle of the show we give our review of the American Team Championship. Finishing Moves is back too!
We’re back! Sorry for missing last week. In this episode we start of talking about timed Warhammer 40k Tournament games. Then we’re joined by Matthias Weeks from Adeption. After that we review Warcry and finish out talking Chaos Knights. It’s a double sized episode.
Paul and Skari from the Skaredcast team up again to talk about the Chaos Knight codex. Despite their creepy and bulky visage these things can be fast! Expect quality shooting from giant robots that zip all around the battlefield.
Paul and Adam Camilleri put in a tow hander this show. We discuss Custodes tech, Daemons, and traveling with an army. New and old players of these armies may end up learning something… If not, maybe you can get some insight on what you may see out there in the field.
Back from the Ironman and getting set for the ATC – Paul gives a brief rundown on the games he played last weekend. In the middle of the show we’re joined by Adam Camilleri from the Down Under Network then we close out talking about the top 5 Stratagems in the game and meta shifts.
Its time for the rubber to hit the road and the Astra Militarum list Paul has been talking about will get its first test out in the wild. We’re getting ready for the ATC, and a few tournaments in the Armageddon Series. I hope you see you out there. In this show we also review…
The title is a little tongue in cheek but the sentiment is real. Last year and early this year we saw some lists emerge as the clear tournament juggernauts. Now the field is wide open and we’ve seen a good amount of variance on the table. We’re no where close to stagnation but the tides…
Val and Paul jam this episode – we examine when too much of a good thing is bad and a couple of objective ways to evaluate your performance on the tabletop. We talk about different ways to evaluate a unit’s effectiveness to YOU.
Army building is a personal journey sometimes. Sometimes you can save a lot of time borrowing list ideas from other people. We often think of netlisting as just taking point for point in a tournament winner’s list but it’s also just fine to get ideas from other people.