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Allies of Inconvenience- Episode 23: Space Marines Post Iron Hands FAQ & Psychic Awakening

Join us this month and Evan, Chris and Jason actually manage to stay largely on topic and discuss their recent hobby progress and games played, cover the major changes that came with Iron Hands and their FAQ, and discuss the new psychic awakening campaign and the first release wave for it: Phoenix Rising.Special apologies for Evan's audio this episode. The microphone malfunctioned and no one was aware until after we had recorded the episode.Listen/Subscribe on iTunes Listen/Subscribe on SpotifyListen/Subscribe on Google PlayListen/Subscribe on Stitcher00:00 Intro04:59 Hobby Progress & Games Played35:45 Iron Hand Supplement and FAQ review1:04:07 Psychic Awakening Pheonix Rising DiscussionSongs and SoundclipsBlue Mark- Atlan UrtagKaap mere- BugotakClip 1- Iron Man 3Clip 2- Conan the BarbarianClip 3- Conan the Barbarian

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Allies of Inconvenience- Episode 22: Codex Space Marines Initial Review

There has been some delay in the release of this episode due to real work circumstances, but back at the start of August 2019, Chris, Jason and Evan sat down to talk about the new Codex Space Marines (before the dark times... before the Iron Hands) and the first two supplements; Ultramarines and White Scars. What follows is their typical buffoonery.Listen/Subscribe on iTunes Listen/Subscribe on SpotifyListen/Subscribe on Google PlayListen/Subscribe on Stitcher00:00 Intro04:36 Hobby Progress31:11 Codex Space Marines ReviewSongs and SoundclipsBlue Mark- Atlan UrtagKaap mere- BugotakClip 1 and 2- Warhammer TV "By the Will of My Father"

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Codex: Genestealer Cults – A Welcome, Four-Armed Embrace

If you're looking for an army that might be difficult to master but can bring entire planets to their knees in hours, this might be the codex for you. [...] The post Codex: Genestealer Cults – A Welcome, Four-Armed Embrace appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.

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How Games Workshop’s Orktober Fell Short

Games Workshop have recently been firing on all cylinders with their releases. Each week it feels like there’s something else released that I’d love to own. Near all recent releases for either Age of Sigmar or Warhammer 40,000 both have been hitting me right in the wallet. However, for the first time in a long time I feel like Games Workshop have under-delivered on a release. After all the bluster, the bellowing, the shouting about the Ork releases for “Orktober” it feels like they weren’t able to quite conjure up enough to fulfil their self-devisedprophecy. Time Has Not Been Kind… I’ve seen a fair amount of folks online being underwhelmed with the Ork releases this month. Whilst the internet can make a spectacle of the worst behaviour and melodrama, I can somewhat see their point. Some of the Ork models are not aging well alongside newer models like the Primaris Marines of the Age of Sigmar Orruks themselves. Games Workshop howling at the top of their lungs saying t

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