Was testing a new CSM list last night. It is: 2 x Chaos Sorcerers 4 x 5 Chaos Space Marines w/ Rhino – plasma gun – Rhino w/ havoc launcher 2 x 5 Chaos Space Marines w/ Rhino – meltagun – Rhino w/ havoc launcher 2 x Heldrakes – baleflamers 2 x Chaos Predators – lascannon sponsons 2 x Chaos Vindicators 2 x 5 Havocs – 4 x autocannons List did ok and better than I thought. CSM had terrible luck, hardly penetrated any Necron armour and when they did it was low damage results – crew shaken and stunned. List wise I am not keen on the Predators and I have been thinking about quad Vindies – yes I am that evil! CSM survive ok but need dual fire power. Combi is nice but it is limited. I can get around this by doing a Chosen list, though Abaddon is expensive or take Plague Marines. Plague Marines seem the better option. Havocs are meh.
I have decided to create an extremely laid back audio blog/podcast where I talk my wargaming hobby. Sometimes I will have one of my friends on with me to help cover the topic thoroughly. Most of the time I will be covering something 40k related. With that said topics can and will cover anything wargaming from the far future, to Imperial Colonialism to gaming in the ancient world. Each episode will be short ranging from 20 to 45 minutes at most depending on the topic at hand. If a topic would take longer to cover it will be broken up over multiple episodes. The first episode should be up in the next couple of weeks.
The good news is that Anubis is nearing completion. All the brush work on the main model is done, which means I get to go back over it with an airbrush and do some weathering soon. Well, as soon as I get my ancient airbrush cleaned and up to par. The bad news is, while I was priming his wings, the wind picked up the box and, well…. Snap! went the sensitive spar on two of them. This brings
… cast Daniel Craig as Ibram Gaunt already. Defiance
The streets of Arkham are under siege by the numerous monsters that crawled out of the mysterious gates from other dimensions. The ancient one is stirring in his slumber, preparing to enter our world. But he is not content with only decimating Arkham. His gaze now turns to Dunwich as well. The Dunwich Horror is one of the many expansions out there for the Arkham Horror boardgame. Plenty of new and nasty stuff awaits you in this expansion, so do you dare enter the town of Dunwich? One of the biggest additions that this expansion offers for the game is an additional map, representing the town of Dunwich. This map does not replace the Arkham map, but is rather placed next to it, forming an even bigger gaming experience.
In the small town of Arkham, an ancient evil stirs in its slumber, preparing to wake up. A mysterious darkness approaches the town and many strange things begin happening. The ancient one has begun entering our world and while trying to do so, he tears holes in our reality. From the holes, bizarre and dangerous monsters enter the world, so they could help their evil god achieve his goals of destroying our existence. Everyday people who just happened to be in Arkham will become saviors of the world without even realizing it… Arkham Horror is a cooperative, horror boardgame, playable by 1 to 8 players. Yes, you can play this game alone! Players will be taking on the roles of everyday people like an archeologist, doctor, soldier or even drifter. But these people are not just anyone, they have realized that a great evil is coming and they will try to stop it. Together they will fight an evil god, or as those gods are known “ancient ones”.
Farseer by Jes Goodwin, Rogue Trader era. +++++ Balora rose from her spirit-trance and floated softly from the Wave Serpent, towards the tiny knot of Eldar warriors gathered below.