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30k apoc

Sam here. Today Jamie From Six Up Save hosted a 30k apocalypse game at Worcester wargames. The mission was simple, at the end of your movement place a flag on a piece of terrain you are on. Red for traitors, blue for loyalist. At the end of the game he who has the most flags wins. Only 6 people could attend in the end but it was a lot of fun.
Here were the players

Sam with his Iron Warriors
Jamie with his Blood Angels
Damien with his Word Bearers
Dave with his mechanicum
Mike with his Death Guard
Andy with his Ultrasmurfs

We each brought 4K and deployed dawn of war style on a 12 foot table. The terrain was split into wasteland either side of a city.

Traitors got turn one and began to rain fore down upon the enemy. 
By the end of turn two all knights bar the atrapos were dead and the real fighting could begin!
The Archeron and Paladin having a high five of death!
Turn three saw a lot of combat, with primarchs hitting squads and basilisks deleting squad after squad.
 End of game saw not much left. With both sides significantly deleted. Not many word bearers left and perturabo was on one final wound.

Loyalists won 12-9 in the end. Thank you to everyone who attended and I look forward to the next one.
Thanks to Mike from Code40K for the game mission! 
Thanks to Dave for bringing the mech and knights to the fray!
Thanks to Andy for bringing the bodies for us to shoot and hosting.
Thanks to Jamie for running the event.
Thanks to Damien for bringing the hunka hunka burning lore.


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