Hello everyone, Sam here, it has been a while since I have posted on here and wanted to share what I have been working on. My first loyalist (shudder) army. Also my first guard army. Over the past 10 months or so I have been slowly building and painting a Death Korps of Krieg army using the seige of Vraaks book. I have been attempting a unit a week but like we all do my attention and attitude towards painting blows hot and cold. I was origionally drawn to Krieg due to their post apocalyptic / menacing appearance and thought that they would be perfect for a renegades army. However the more that I read and planned the army, the more interested in the Krieg themselves that I became. This lead me to my first order of death riders and the other more krieg units. This is not to say that i wont experiment with renegades as i have found some wicked looking zombie krieg models that I may incorperate in the future. I expect this army to play in a totally different style to those I currently use …
Hello everyone, Sam here with a
write up on another awesome weekend of dice and fun in Cardiff. Our hosts for
the weekend, the Vale Renegades are a group
that we met over a year ago at a tournament in Bristol and since then have
attended several of each other’s tournaments. Echoes of War was an ITC event
with 34 competitors at the fantastic venue of Firestorm Games. This post is
going to have a brief overview of the day as well as a few pictures and
synopsis of all 5 games that I had over the weekend.
So Sam, Bruce, Chris, Jamie and
Jack were joined by Jack’s brother Scott (making them the Brothers Grimdark),
Tom Baker from Code40K and Battered Bristles (http://code40k.blogspot.co.uk/) (https://www.facebook.com/Batteredbristles)
and Ian, made the 2 hour or so drive down to Cardiff for a weekend of games. A
few of us had been to their last tournament Seeds of Destruction last September
and were very excited about returning.
Prior to the event, the Vale
Renegades shared a list of all…
Hey guys, it's Bruce here with our first blog update in a long old while.
If you are reading this blog, chances are you know a thing or two about tabletop games, so you probably know that GW just officially confirmed what we all knew was coming: a new edition of Warhammer 40k! I sat down this afternoon and watched GW's amazing live Q&A session and I've made notes on all the big changes they have confirmed will come with the new edition.
Lets take a look:
Big image behind the two hosts (Pete Foley, heading the team behind 8th ed and Andy Smilie, the head of the community team) is a large space marine helmet, blue on one side and green on the other. Probably hinting at the Ultramarine / Deathguard starter set?Andy repeatedly mentions that a huge amount of the rules have been created using feedback from the Facebook page and online forums like Bolter and Chainsword / Dakkadakka etc.Movement is changing. No longer blanket ruling different types of units (infantry, beasts, bike…