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Played a tournament based around them and I won the book. Seems like a nice book. Obviously haven't tried many of them out yet but they look good.
I am an Indestructible master of War.
http://www.librarium-online.com/foru...ml#post1661440 (The new battle missions book)
my report after playing games from it
Tau: 6K - W17-D3-L4, Orks: 4K - W9-D0-L2, SM: 7K - W7-D3-L4,CSM: 4K W5-D1-L1, Nids: 3.2K W3-D0-L2
Apoc games (mixture of armies used): W5-D0-L1
Got to say I've played a few of the missions and love it. The funniest one we played at the club was the IG prepared assault mission. That is hilarious, especially if you aren't using IG, we had 2 Dark Angels players and my Ultramarines, vs Necrons, Chaos and Blood Angels. But the paper dropping was hilarious. Never sure where the template would land.
Only played the prepared assault pne yet, and it was so awesome. The best part were the anticlimactic dropping of the markers, which for some reason always missed everything. We laughed our heads off.
I. A fast-fish belongs to the party fast to it.
II. A loose fish is fair game for everybody who can soonest catch it.
I played the Necron Implacable Assault mission (I think that's what it was called), the one where you divide the tables into three zones with one objective in each and you use the short edges as your table edge. I played Sisters of Battle against CSM, resulted in a win for me. Gotta say though, it was a pretty fun mission and definitely something new and fresh!
The Kill Team rules allows you a hilarious, exciting and quick game of about 10-15 minutes. Tried it once and fell completely in love with it
5000p. High Elves
*sulks at lack of DH missions*
I hear and I forget, I see and I remember, I do and I understand
Success is the ability to go from failure to failure without losing your enthusiasm.