You all may be wondering why I have been playing such odd points recently, 1875, a very strange points limit. Well its because they have been games in preparation for the July 2015 Throne of Skulls weekend event at games workshop Nottingham. Now the event will be using Mealstrom of war mission (hence the appearance of mealstrom of war missions recently) and all of the vehicles will count as having objective secured as well. So I'm expecting a lot of armour during the Event.
Tuesday, 26 May 2015
Friday, 22 May 2015
This time I face off against the new Eldar codex, using my Renegades and Heretics I will come face to face with a Wraithhost of Iyanden. The game is a 1875 point game of mealstrom of war, and who will win, the forces of chaos or the undead forces of the Eldar?
Tuesday, 19 May 2015
After spending some time working on the eldar articles i though it was time i got back to painting my Renegades and Heretics as i am taking them to Throne of skulls in July. As the theme for the event is tanks, and all vehicles get objective secured i though i might as well get finishing my tanks.
Friday, 15 May 2015
As part of our narrative campaign finally the orks attack the Renegades of Ferrograd, as currently they have been busy fighting against the Elysian D-99 veterans. This is a 1875 point game using a mealstrom of war mission. Will the dread mob of the orks triumph over the forces of chaos?
Tuesday, 12 May 2015
Friday, 8 May 2015
Rising from their tombs, the necrons attack a settlement of chaos renegades. Not wishing to displease their gods, the renegades go to war and attempt to repel the attackers. This is a 1875 point maelstrom of war game between my renegades and heretics fighting against a Necron force. Will the force of science or chaos win the battle?
Tuesday, 5 May 2015
With the main review out the way I though I would have a more in-depth look at the formations in the book and my feelings on them and any potential combos that could make then rather valuable on the battle field. This will be a two part look.