There’s some good changes here, like drop pods being required to arrive by the end of the third battle round, and increasing the range of the Vox relic. But some I’m not thrilled about.
I discuss the impact of competitions like Everchosen, both good and bad, on the community, with a focus on the average hobbyists that take part in them.
A Warhammer 40,000 series was always something people wanted, often insisting it get the Game of Thrones treatment on a premium cable or streaming service to do it the justice it so deserved. This irony is not lost on me.
I am happy to report back to all my narrative campaign players and open-play aficionados that if you wanted to dip a toe into competitive play, you won’t regret it.
“It’s certainly impressive, if I say so myself, but it wasn’t satisfying my desire for grand fortress. I NEEDED MORE.”
I’ve always loved terrain. It adds a certain level of drama and a narrative quality to games that can really set a match off as something truly cinematic. My fondest memories of the hobby from years past is pouring over the White Dwarf magazines and seeing battle reports or hobby articles with very well made […]
Initiating an international Secret Santa project with absolutely zero experience in doing so? Hold my beer!