Last weekend, the Chaos Space Marines and Grey Knight Codex were released unto the world, and with them come a few tweaks to the competitive scene.
Slow play and finishing game seems to be an issue of 8th edition. Don’t like playing only 2 turns in a game? These 5 tricks may just be what you need!
The NOVA Invitational is the premier event to check out if you are interested in the 40K competitive scene. It pits 32 of the best players in a march madness style single elimination tournament.
Games Workshop is on fire this week for the matched play enthusiasts! First a teaser for the upcoming Chapter Approved, and now a Codex: Space Marines errata.
After a long break in the field, the fine folks of New Games Workshop ( yes, I’m waiting for them to rebrand as such ) are dipping their toes in the tournament scene! Bully!
The weekend is over, and with it marks the end of the ETC 2017. While the ETC was not using the BIRD FAQ, what has Europe brought to the future of competitive play?
Disco Rockets is the list I was playing at ATC. It is a quite straightforward gunline of everyone’s favorite boys in blue, the Ultramarines.
So I’m hoping this becomes a monthly thing, or something recurring based on recent FAQs and tournaments where certain units / armies / combos are on the rise or on the fall
With all eyes turned to BAO and the ETC players scattered through Europe, Nick Nanavati sneaks by another tournament win; this time in Finland.