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The Shadow Caste have arrived! CMON Designer Bryan Steele travels up with his freshly painted Dragyri to showcase their new rules and willingness to work with others!To kick off his visit we throw down in a BLUDGELT challenge, where I bring my best to try to get the numbered and stamped pass to IMMORTALS […]
Baldur Stonecleaver, the Stonesoul Battle Report: Baldur2 vs Ragnor Blake’s Baldur2 with Wolves. Baldur the Stonesoul – WB: +30 – Feral Warpwolf – PC: 18 (Battlegroup Points Used: 18) – Ghetorix – PC: 21 (Battlegroup Points Used: 12) – Pureblood Warpwolf – PC: 17 – Pureblood Warpwolf – PC: 17 Lanyssa Ryssyl, Nyss Sorceress – PC: 3 Wrong Eye – Wrong Eye & Snapjaw: 17 – Snapjaw Sentry Stone & Mannikins – Leader & 3 Grunts: 5 Sentry Stone & Mannikins – Leader & 3 Grunts: 5 Swamp Gobber Bellows Crew – Leader & 1 Grunt: 2 VS Ragnor Skyplitter (Jay Larsen’s list) Ragnor Skysplitter, the Runemaster – WB: +30 – Trollkin Runebearer – PC:
Here is round three of Orctoberfest! Kasual’s Abyssal Dwarfs against Lengel’s Varangur!
The up-hive menace must be stopped! After successfully stopping the Raid on the local Doc’s medical centre, the Spiders have tracked the hive-brats in their advanced armor down and forced them into open combat. Will the ex-guard gang prevail or will incredible armor of these rich psychopaths get the better of the erstwhile Orlocks?
Here is round two of Orctoberfest! Kasual’s Abyssal Dwarfs against Elves!
Here is round one of Orctoberfest! Kasual’s Abyssal Dwarfs against Varangur!
Kasual’s first game with Abyssal Dwarfs against Rob’s Skaven!
Demo’d both SAGA and Muskets & Tomahawks for my friend Magnus today down at the club and snapped some more photos of minis in action. I don’t have much in the way of a writeup except that we played Anglo-Danes vs Vikings and we had a good time. I r…
Tried out my freshly painted up SAGA miniatures with Caroline today, she got to try her Anglo-Danes and I ran Vikings. A small 4 point fight using the Warlord Challange scenario in which each warlord has 12 wounds and the game is played over 7 t…
After a three-month summer break, in which I spent most of the time cleaning up my parents’ house and taking my children to swimming lessons, Krüger and I had a game of Hordes of the Things on Friday (The Waltrop Campaign / Day 11).
He played the orcs who live on the northeastern coast of Waltrop.
Warband General, 5 Warbands, 1 Hero, 3 Riders, 1 Shooter
Krüger was the defender and placed a hill in the centre of the table and two tropical forests right next to it on each side. This is something he had wanted to do for a long time and it looked kind of silly.
He deployed his hero and an element of riders on his right flank, two elements of riders on his left flank, all of his orc warbands and a shooter in front of the hill.
I played the inhabitants of the jungle.
Behemoth General (a very big insect), 5 Shooters (Tupi Indians), 4 Beasts (Fiendish Giant Praying Mantis)
As seen from my side of the table, my army was deployed like this:
Beasts / Beasts / Shooters / Shooters / Behemoth (General) / Shooters / Shooters / Shooters / Beasts / Beasts
So this is what happened:
Krüger’s hero destroyed one of my beasts.
My behemoth general made it to the top of the hill and destroyed two orc warbands.
Two Orc riders destroyed one of my beasts.
My behemoth was pushed back into the forest and destroyed another element of beasts in its path.
(We had some doubt if the rules actually work this way.)
My last surviving beast destroyed Krüger’s shooters.
Three Tupi shooters combined their forces and shot down two orc warbands.
Krüger’s warband general chased my general through the woods and finally destroyed it with the help of some side and rear support.
The orcs won and now occupy hexagon 11 on our campaign map.
Six-year-old Hendrik watched us prepare the game and drew his version of the campaign map. He thinks it looks much better than our map. I think he might be right.
First off the fact this mission was Genestealer based was a complete fluke that is coincided with the release of the Genestealer Cult models and Codex. I have been out of the 40K loop for a while so I hadn’t even seen the rumours. We had a new player taking part and he had a lot of old models plus many Genestealers from Space Hulk and other sources I believe. So we picked them up and used all 30 of them for a custom mission. I’m going to just detail my Astra Militarum’s game here as I cannot remember what happened for […]
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