This week we’re joined by two 40k Grand Tournament Winners. In one segment we talk to Mike Brandt from the NOVA Open about his win at the London Grand Tournament. Then we catch up with Skari from the Skaredcast. We finish off talking about a few of the Endless Spells from Age of Sigmar 2.0
Sorry for the week off but we are back with a special double sized episode. We kick the show off and end it talking about Imperial Knights. In between, we have a special segment with Best Coast Pairings and another with iNcontrol Geoff Robinson. You don’t want to miss this show!
We dig deeper into the Harlequin codex this episode and ask the question… Is this book competitive? The short answer is yes but we do our best to explain why we think that. More importantly we also give some thoughts on how to field a Harlequin detachment.
We get back to our roots here and talk about some upcoming tournaments and how to prepare for them. The first half of the show is Paul and Val chatting about several upcoming events and the second half the show it’s Paul and Sean Nayden talking about the ATC.
Codex Deathwatch is here! We’ll see two elite style armies coming out in May and Deathwatch is the first! These guys get all the Primaris bells and whistles while adding in a few new things of their own. There are some real neat things you can do with these guys.
We talk a bit about mission design and how the overall state of hobby in your area could effect your tournament scene. The episode ended up a little longer than we expected – sorry for the ramble… about an hour in we are joined by Michael Shinall from CMON to talk about their new Song…
The long awaited FAQ is here and its glorious. The very core of matched play has been changed and I think it’s changed for the better. The rule of 3 is a breath of fresh air. Its one of the cool ways the designers are willing to help balance tournament play.
We get right down to business talking about Codex Drukhari with Troop and Ricky. We spend a lot of time speaking about Wytches because they pack QUITE a punch. There will be tons of different ways to play this army and the codex rewards you for taking lots of small detachments.
We are very late with this show and I deeply apologize. We kick the show off talking about some of the major changes in the Necron units. This book is chock full of very appealing units. It will be difficult to settle on the ‘perfect’ list. That’s a good thing.