Gaius has been sentenced to death and the Ludus Magnus have been tasked by the Master of Games with his execution! Between him and them are his fellow Cohort… will they be able to stop Septimus and his fighters?
Two games in a week! What! I do t think this has ever happened before! It’s Aeldari vs Astra Militarum today at 1,500 Points at Boards and Swords again. Mission The mission was Tactical Objectives, Deadlock. Draw six cards turn one then up to five on turn two, up to four on turn three, etc. Stratagems cost double Command Points from turn three onwards. This leads to a lot of pressure and action towards the start of the game. If you can’t score early on, you won’t score. Deployment I finished deploying last of course. Greg, my Aeldari enemy, chose […] The post Aeldari vs Astra Militarum – 1,500 Points appeared first on Warhammer 40K Blog.
For a long time, I wanted to try out the game Strange Aeons. Sadly, every time I saw it at The post Strange Aeons Battle Report appeared first on Must Contain Minis.
Last night my son and I played our first 5v5 game of Arena Rex. Yesterday morning I quickly assembled 'Septimus' for my Ludus Magnus Cohort, and 'Sulla', 'Valen' for my sons Legio XIII Cohort. With 'Nero' already being completed, we were now able to play a 5v5 game.Scenario: MunusA classic match evolved from funeral traditions, the Munus is a standard combat between equally matched cohorts.Deployment: Cohorts deploy in base contact with their controlling player’s arena edge.Cohorts: Both players bring cohorts of equal value.Restrictions: NoneVictory Conditions: The last player with models remaining in the arena is the victor.As with all my previous games (but 1) my original 3 Ludus Magnus models went down pretty quickly, but it was 'Nero' and 'Septimus' that changed the game for me and pulled out the victory. Slowly but surely I was able to bring down all of the Legio XIII. I actually do have to give some credit to 'Micon', at least in this game he was able to
It’s a biggy today! 2,000 delicious points of gaming at Boards and Swords! The Astra Militarum with some Custodians will take on Chris’ Genestealer Cult again, it’s a rematch. Last time we played this Genestealer Cult vs Astra Militarum match, I lost on the Supply Drop Mission from Chapter Approved. Not got an Astra Militarum army, but interested? Check out my Getting Started series. Never miss an article? Subscribe! Astra Militarum 2,000 Points This gives me 15CP which is knocked down to 10 before the game begins because my extra Astra Militarum relics cost 3CP, the Custodian relic costs 1CP and […] The post Genestealer Cult vs Astra Militarum and Custodians – 2,000 Points appeared first on Warhammer 40K Blog.
Man, it’s been a while since I got some figures on the board. The last battle report was way back in March (where the M-ATV got blown up) and work has been mad. So, why not get the giant table out and put those Humvees to good use. With the ongoing situation in the breakaway Tribal regions, the Aden Defence Force (or ADF) has started preparing a new strategy to deal with cross-border insurgents close to Bazistan. After constructing several FOBs, ADF units now patrol the countryside. To assist these units, several ISAF-AP nations have assigned small units to provide training and force multipliers.This activity has begun to take an effect on the insurgency, prompting one group in the region to plan an ambush. Hiring in an expert bomb maker and several local fighters, the group’s aim is to eliminate an ADF patrol and dishearten the rest of the government’s forces in the region.On the road between FOB Alpha and FOB Delta, a new ADF squad and it’s support will have a trial by fire.Briefi
It’s time for another #TBT Let’s Play! Today we take a look at the board game adaptation of the classic Fighting Fantasy novel ‘Warlock of Firetop Mountain’
The Space Wolves enter the fray! For unknown reasons the Wolves of Fenris have arrived on Fortis Binary and are hunting the Adeptus Mechanicus through the ruins!
With Hank’s Group intervention in his robbing of local Survivors, Vince looks to get revenge on these do-gooders by stealing their supplies. Catching them cut off from the main lot of their friends, the unscrupulous leader orders the attack!
It’s time for a Clash of Kings today as Clarence takes command of House Stark to face the Lannisters under my command as we play another game with the models from the Starter Set!
Well, the games are coming thick and fast at the moment! This latest game was Death Guard vs Astra Militarum. This game looked great! Mark’s army was all superbly painted and most of mine were painted too. Heavy Weapons Teams *cough*. The table at Boards and Swords with the Gothic Ruins by Gamemat.eu was looking excellent too. Never miss an article? Subscribe! Astra Militarum and Custodians List The following were split into an Astra Militarum Battalion, an Astra Militarum Vanguard and a Custodian Patrol Detachment. Company Commander with Bolt Pistol, Grand Strategist Warlord Trait, Kurov’s Aquila Company Commander with Bolt Pistol […] The post Death Guard vs Astra Militarum & Custodians – 1,500 Points appeared first on Warhammer 40K Blog.
Mentor has a dire mission for the Heroes, enter Melar’s Maze, the labyrinth guarding ancient artifacts left behind by the Wizard to recover his Amulet! Zargon will not make it easy however as he musters the undead to face down the adventurers!
Braden is back with his Dark Angels to face my Deathwatch in this 2000pt Matched Play game!
I’ll freely admit, my wargaming tastes can be pretty focused on playing the modern period. I think it’s mainly due to finding large scale battles just dull. Don’t get me wrong, they are plenty impressive (I still get a kick out of seeing them all lined up) but it’s not particularly interesting to play. I’ll probably be thrown out of the wargaming world for saying this but it just normally ends up with blocks of forces being slammed into each other. As things become more modern, the importance of each small unit increase, up to the modern day where a fireteam of four men is the tactical unit of choice. On the other hand, I do also enjoy the more social side of wargaming. After the last few weeks which have been lacking in dice rolling and tape measuring, I just had to jump in on a game. So when I noticed Angus (of Edinburgh Wargames fame) grabbing the terrain I usually pick, I just had to get involved. The setting is Second Boer War, some time in the early 20th century.
OG Last Days Player Jason brings Hank’s selfless group to face Vinnie’s scumbags in Olympic National Forest as they stumble upon the raiders doing something terrible…