Battlefleet Gothic


Battlefleet Gothic game

My favorite game of all the Gamesworkshop games was Battlefleet Gothic.  I had to sell my fleets, Eldar and Chaos, years ago out of necessity so it was nice that local friends put on a game for all of us to enjoy.The table, a black piece of felt infused with the screaming souls of the damned bound within it.Great seeing these sheets againImperial forcesMy Chaos forces- a Styx, murder, and infidel escortsThe imperials begin by hammering our forces with Nova Cannon shots!My infidels move to flank and launch torpedosMy portion of the table, holding the left flank. We had 6 players total with near equal points.My Styx moves forward and launches Fighter sortiesThe right flank under captain rob erupts!The center is heldNot a long life for my isolated escorts!The remains of Admiral Tims one shipBombers launched!The remains of Roshon’s one ship!The game went back and forth across the line keeping it interesting. Chaos prevailed in the end.Great time playing, if there is ever a Gw game I’m tempted to buy into aga

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BFG: Additional Ship's Compendium 2.0 Update

Okay, so I finally recommenced work on the ASC 2.0 after some prodding from someone on messenger yesterday. Was nice to return to it after almost a year since the last draft. In that year, I stopped work not because of lack of interest, but just had life in the way you know?That being said, I finally am at a place I can actually resume work, and I have a new draft up as a result. In this draft you will find2 new vessels (1 Chaos, 1 RT) as well as WIP work for another vessel and 2 fleet lists (Ministorum Pilgrim Fleets and Rogue Trader Dynasty Fleets)DOWNLOAD HEREWhat is ASC 2.0 you ask? Well for those of you who play the community updated versions of BFG (ie BFG:R or XR) it is suppossed to be a comprehensive compendium of additional ships (thus ASC) to be used with these systems that are not in the "official" rules but are established in the fluff or other unnofficial sources (Warp Rift, Book of Nemesis) and/or are common conversions (or easy to convert) and fit in the game. It is a completely fun and optio

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