The Portal GT was a week ago in Manchester, CT and the finals table featured Kurt Clauss and Nick Rose, playing Eldars and Astra Militarum. Of course, we got all the deets. Step right in!
In this episode, Adam discusses sportsmanship and it’s importance along with a true Gentleman Gamer and his third-round Warzone: Atlanta opponent, Horton Doughton.
The 1st edition of Chapter Approved since 2005 is out with new rules, erratas and point fix for Warhammer 40,000! Here is the big picture of what’s changed in our beloved game!
The Valhalan’s Nerf-Negaters, Cadian Archeologists and the Catachan Masters of Random are put to the test in this Who’d You Rather.
As much as I love painting, I can’t stop looking at the competitive side of 40K.
I miss writing about hardcore games, sketchy tactics and overpowered lists.
And over the past months without blogging, I thought the great work that GW is doing with 8th edition and tournament play would spark a lot of quality content to come forth. But it has not. Or at least, not enough for my taste.
Chaos is quite strong in this new edition. This list is amazing, and doesn’t deal with the typical Magnus + Brimstone spam. Why haven’t you heard of it? A clerical error…
The NOVA Open Invitational Finals game lasted 37 minutes from the time both players got to the table. Drama ensued on the interwebs. Here’s how and why it went down.
The lists at the NOVA Open certainly brought light to some of the nastiest Forge World units?