My (Belated) Takeaways from the LVO Warhammer Panel

The Las Vegas Open was awhile ago, and the Warhammer Preview panel that was held the first night has been detailed in depth, as has the tournament itself. The results have been discussed ad infinitum. The models have been (rightly) drooled over by everyone. Innumerable blogs and podcasts and YouTube channels have had their go at it. So lets talk about it some more, eh? Mostly, because I don’t want to talk about those things. But I was there, and I have some things that have been brewing in the back of my mind.   Let’s be clear: The models are spectacular. But I’ve really got nothing to add there. It’s awesome that the Primaris line is getting fleshed out, and Chaos is getting some much needed sculpt attention. The Dark Mechanicum Nightmare Spider Thing in particular is amazing and I love everything about it. And while the vast majority of the panel was previewing amazing new models and people rightfully drooling over them, there was also an extended Q&A session. Now I didn&#

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Las Vegas Open 2019

I'm packed up and ready to hit the road to Vegas, unfortunately I don't leave till tomorrow.  This is going to be my first time at the Las Vegas Open (LVO) and I don't know what to expect.  I can't recall the last time I was at Las Vegas and I know the Stripe has really changed over the years.  I am excited to hang out with friends and make new friends that enjoy the hobby as much as I do. We all will be leaving tomorrow around noon and should be at the hotel around 4:00 p.m.  We want to make sure we have enough time to check in, register for the event and get in line for the GW preview presentation.  After the presentation I will be hitting the vendor hall and planning out what I want to purchase during the event.  I have to be careful and I don't want to spend all my funds on day one. On Friday, Saturday and Sunday I have painting classes scheduled to keep me busy.  I am only signed up for one game and that is the Knight Joust on Friday night.  This is a fun

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