Battle report


Battle Report – Warhammer 40000 – NEW Cult of Speed vs. Deathwatch

Dan from Max Aggression Gaming is back with his Imperium Nihilus – Specialist Detachment: ‘The Cult of Speed’ to face the Deathwatch in 2000pts of Matched Play!

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Battle Report -Rangers of Shadowdeep – Ep 02 – The Beacon Tower 1 – The Bridge Guards

Having discovered the fates of the missing villagers Bron and his men receive word that the Beacon Tower of Tor Varden has gone strangely silent. Unable to wait for further aide from the King, the Ranger and his Companions head into the borderlands to investigate.

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Battle Report – Kings of War Vanguard – Undead vs. Northern Alliance!

Travis from Hot Dice Miniatures joins me for another game of Kings of War Vanguard – this time we must rescue the Princess from the Undead!

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Blood Bowl – Skycastle Titans Part 4

The moment I thought, "Okay, now I'll just be playing with the team", the painting contest thetacklezone.net grabbed my attention. The site is still fresh and has the option to find tournaments and leagues for Blood Bowl as well as an artwork section where you can take a look at some beautifully painted teams and […]

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Battle Report – Warhammer Quest: Blackstone Fortress – Expedition 3

Learning that the Empyrean Chronometer is locked in Stasis with Pious Vorne, Janus Draik enlists the help of the mysterious Eldar Ranger Amallyn Shadowguide to satisfy the old Navigator’s search and encourage him to use his influence in aiding her recovery.

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Space Marine Battle

After the Knights versus Titan game a few weeks ago, we used the same setup to have a game of Space Marines against Space Marines. For a change, I decided not to use any Death Company, no Sanguinary Guard and no named characters. My old Terminators on 25mm bases should give you an idea of the era I come from. A good deal of Mr Steinbergs marines are of a similar age, so we had plenty of old beaky marines converted in all sorts of ways. The missions and objective cards make the latest 40K version a good game to play, points are easily won and lost. Having units that can get around quickly are generally a benefit. I had a Tactical Squad in a Rhino to try to give them plenty of speed when trying to get to an objective. The Baal is a great shooty vehicle when armed with an Assault Cannon, Heavy Bolters and a Storm Bolter, 20 dice I think… Mr Steinberg had Veteran squads, armed with various weapons, these started the game guarding one of the objectives. This is quite literally a heavy metal Dreadnought

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Battle Report – Mordheim – #TBT Norse vs. Goblins!

#TBT… on a Friday! Moved by THIRD OFFENSIVE day, here’s your #TBT for the week! Returning to Mordrim… Skyheim…. eh returning to their Mountain home the Woad Warriors find themselves beset by Goblins!

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GMG REVIEWS – Infinity N3 Third Offensive

It’s time for another GMG Review! This time it’s Corvus Belli’s newest expansion to Infinity N3, the Third Offensive. Two new armies, three armies revisited and lots of new profiles, units and other fun stuff to add to the game. I’m joined by Owen from Gaming with the Cooler to run down all these great new units and profiles and give our two cents on the possibilities and impacts this will have on the game.   The campaign for the Human Sphere vs. the Combined Army of EI heats up again with new armies, models and profiles! Owen and I both field forces from the new supplement to Infinity N3.

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Yummy-yads in Spain - Food, Castles and ADLG!

The Umayyad Caliphate in a few short years managed to build a mighty empire stretching from Asia to the shores of the Atlantic ... but now they faced their greatest mission, The Conquest of Spain (reached via Bilbao airport, travelling in a small metal tin).Yes, after somewhat of a hiatus here are 5 match reports of yet another fairly randomly selected ADLG army fighting at a competition held in Northern Spain at Estella.In these reports the Umayyads take on the Armenians, Alexandrian Macedonians, Maurikian Byzantines, Arab Indians and finally the Medieval Polish, whilst Team Central London take on a variety of three course meal options, tapas plates, obscure Basque spirits and rather nice Rioja, all of which get featured heavily in the writeups.Finally, in a totally new departure, Siege Warfare comes to Madaxeman.com as the intrepid CLWC crack castle-wall-storming brigade meanders through the hinterland of Castile visiting an array of Moslem, Visigothic and Reconquista fortresses, all of which are photograph

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Battle of Vallesa - July 1812

Yesterday the Rejects got together to welcome back an old member who moved away a couple of years ago. He was back down south for a couple of days and of course he wanted a game in the shed-o-war. Postie put on an excellent Napoleonic game that challenged everyone, was a tough fight from beginning to end but ultimately ended with a satisfyingly definitive outcome. I think the mark of a good wargame is when both winners and losers can came away saying they had a great time. The SetupThis is a fictional Peninsular War encounter set just a few days before the Battle of Salamanca. Wellington has just set camp for his army when the French appear and begin to advance. Spanish reinforcements have been sent for but the British position looks precarious from the beginning. The French have two Divisions of Cavalry poised on each flank and a lot of columns lined up to advance against the thin red line of the British positions. The Spanish reinforcements are marching quickly towards their allies but they could arriv

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