So, the first week of July has come, and the possibility to register in our club league has now closed.So what has this brought about so far?Well, the League will be fought out by 28 players, some casual, some hardcore, but a lot of people are playing each other now.With potientially 27 games one can play over the course of the league, 1 player have already broken the 10+ games mark, namely Mike with his Orks.The League table now stands like this, with only 2 players so far having registred yet not having made an appearance on the tabetop, though one just registred right before the closing this weekend.1. Tom Jacobs - Adeptus Custodes - 37 ptn2. Mike Snelders - Orks - 36 ptn3. Jo Strubbe - Craftworld Ulthwe - 35 ptn4. Wim Discart - Salamanders - 34 ptn5. Tom Van Riel - Craftworld Eldar - 32 ptn6. Guy Vandenbrande - Iron Warriors - 31 ptn7. David Nicolas - Catachans - 24 ptn8. Tomsche Murrath - Emperor`s Children - 21 ptn9. Kristof Van Riel - Adepta Sororitas - 20 ptn10. Cedric Snelders - World Eaters -
Boom, it has been a good week, as prices came in galore.The first is pure fun, Axel of the EXCELLENT 80sGeek blog did a giceaway of some fun items, to move from his mancave to someone else's.And I managed to answer the incredibly hard question by accident, resulting in winning his heap of fun.And as it arrived earlier this week, it contained some awesome stuff:Three graphic novels of various series, and as I love Green lantern, that will be the first of them I`ll be readingBut also thse old classic, back then very erotically shocking movies (think "Emanuelle") which I`ll be watching with Noshi and then blog about.But there was more this week. I also won in Kirioth`s 40k subscriber giveaway, and became one of the 4 lucky persons to win a voucher for Elemental Games, worth 10 GBP and which will be spend on some Deepkin.Some miniatures will find their way to Merksem pretty soon!
So, as promised the follow up article for the newest page on this blog, some wargame related achievements of the period before my hiatus.Now, so far my google searches for clubchampionships and the old Ranking der Nederlanden 'year 1' haven't yielded any success though.I did however manage to take some pictures of really ancient events and painting competitions, though in the latter case I no longer even own the figures. But let's have a look at what I did manage to 'salvage' already from the past...In the meantime, the search goes on and I'm trying to google up some more information in an effort to recreate the past...
Quite a bit has happened in this week of second edition X-Wing! The first ever system open occurred, there were leaks, local organised play got going and FFG dropped a new wave! Alongside all this [...] The post X-Wing Second Edition – Wave 2 Drops appeared first on Tabletop Games UK.
I’ve been playing X-Wing 2nd Edition for a few weeks on Vassal now. I finally put some ships on the table at a Quickfire Tournament. These are regularly hosted by the Moldy Crows at Athena Games. Games are comprised of 65-minute rounds where, despite flying some absolute nonsense, I finished 4th after going into the final round with a chance to win. The one thing that has stood out for me at present is the wide variety of lists out there. I have not flown against the same list once. After the list spam-fest of 1.0 this is a fantastic breath of fresh air! However, the game is still very young. Everyone has an abundance of new toys and ideas to mess around with but this Wild West Meta is fun! I know, “fun” is a dirty word in tabletop circles, but it’s entirely true. Would it not be great if people stopped caring about what the Meta is and started having fun? I know this concept is not new, last year our current world champion started the #whatmeta? trend which mixed things up for a while