This will honestly be less of a battle report and more my findings of testing Chaos. I’m experimenting with Chaos now that our big annual 40K tournament is over. I need to expand my Chaos force and that means running … Continue reading → The post Battle Report: Chaos Testing appeared first on Creative Twilight .
Saturday was my FLGS’ monthly tournament for 40K. It was 1,750 and here’s the list I brought along. In my earlier practices I realized that my troop selection was too small and I wanted to bulk that out. Often the … Continue reading → The post Battle Report: 1,750 Tournament appeared first on Creative Twilight .
Round 1 of the new league saw my daemons take on a mighty force of Space Wolves.
So after a very long hiatus from my 3rd baby boy to my family and the recent change to our beloved 40k rules system, Spectre Studio was finally able to get a Battle Report filmed. I was excited to not … Continue reading →
So after the unpleasant business of yesterday’s rant. I’ve now gotten that out of my system and can talk about how we actually ended up 2nd/4th. I posted the army list up yesterday so here’s a brief rundown of our games. I’d post up full reports but it’s been a fortnight and I’ve forgotten most of the intricacies! Anyway, here goes. Game 1 – Titanic Fenrisians vs. GK/GK We were hoping for a nice easy first game to give us a gentle start to the tournament and hopefully put us in a good position for the other 4 games. Looking at the army on the table in front of us we knew this wasn’t going to be it! Our opponents had Draigo with a massive blob of terminators, a psyfleman dread, dreadknight, a techmarine, death cults in a razorback, Coteaz with some monkeys/servitors sat in a reinforced cover and gaining Stealth from the tournaments “Brothers in Arms” benefit and a razorback sat separately from the monkeys. A lot of firepower and some very tough units to kill. The guys controlling it, Jon and Denis had clearly put in a lot work to perfect the list. They unfortunately took first turn and we took a pelting of fire to come out pretty much unscathed
Wow, talk about way beyond posting time. I attended this tournament back in February but for some reason (maybe it's my notorious laziness and procrastination) haven't posted the battle report yet. So, yeah, here you go. This is for the second Independent Clubs Tournament . You might remember the last one I went in September and had a really good time. I wouldn't miss this one for the world. Especially if you consider
The first of the team battles in the Wasp Campaign features my chaos space marines taking on the combined forces of the Crimson Fists and Black Templars chapters.
Our FLGS is holding a team tournament in July and on Wednesday myself and Kamui got in a practice game against Spectre Senence and Spectre Foreman. The tournament is over a month out but Kamui doesn’t manage to get to … Continue reading →
Admiral Drax, aka Chris, started in the blogosphere not long after I set up shop myself, we’ve been in touch quite a bit, especially since we’re a little under an hours drive apart in the soggy south-west of England, and are both avid Guard collectors and players. We’ve bumped into each other numerous times as well, at events like PAW, but we’ve never quite managed to get some games in, despite
In the final game of the tournament I found myself in the rather unexpected position of being on table 3. My opponent would be none other than Frank Marsh. Over the past year or so Matt and I have played Frank on various occasions. The last time I played him was at Blog Wars 2 where my Space Wolves were held to a draw by some last minute KP grabbing from Frank including ramming my drop pod with a wave serpent! Frank has a pretty decent tournament record and seems to always place pretty near the top. I knew this was going to be a tough game and having webway Dark Eldar wasn’t going to make it any easier. The final game would be Seize Ground with 5 fixed objectives and Dawn of War deployment. I was relieved to see Frank looking confused as he read my army list. Sure enough he said that he hadn’t played Dark Eldar much and certainly wasn’t familiar with webways. Frank’s list consisted of a rune priest and a large grey hunter pack in a rhino, a wolf priest on a bike with a squad of swiftclaw bikers, a small grey hunter pack in a razorback, Arjac Rockfist and 8 grey hunters in a drop pod, two lone wolves and two packs of long fangs (one with a razorback). In my previous two games I’d won the roll offs easily even without Baron’s +1.