Thursday, 16 October 2014

Edinburgh League of Gamers


Just some photos taken at my gaming haunt, the Edinburgh League of Gamers, great terrain and boards to fight future battles over.

Wednesday, 20 August 2014

R.I.P. Grandmaster Mordrak




Alaspoor Mordrak! I knew him, Huron; a fellow of infinite ghosts.
Of most precise deepstriking;
he hath borne me on his Geller Field a thousand times;
and now how abhorred in my imagination it it!
My army list rims at it.
Here hung that daemonhammer that I have kissed
I know not how oft.
Where be your spawning spectres now?
Your teleportation?
Your prayers?
Your firsts to the fray that were wont to set the table on a roar?
Not turn one now,
to mock your own revenge?
Quite codex-excluded?

- Lament to Mordrak, Cadian 512th, August 2014

Friday, 15 August 2014

Dreadknight Delight



Good news! New grey Knight codex in a week or so, updated in-line with 7th edition 40K!

Thursday, 19 June 2014

Are You Jokearo-ing?



Towards the end days of 6th edition I had been experimenting with elements of the now-aging Grey Knight Codex that attracts ridicule and respect alike, the Jokaero Weaponsmiths!

Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Easy To Make "Maelstrom of War" Numbered Objective Counters!

Ive been trying out the Maelstrom of War missions from the new 7th edition rulebook. At the moment I'm just using the objective markers I have putting large dice adjacent to it to mark out the 'numbers' integral to the randomised tactical objective cards, which has introduced a whole new element to the game of 40K.


The new missions I've found to be fun to play, but it wasn't long before I thought to myself: How can I make new counters/markers easily, and still in keeping with the 40K setting?


Monday, 2 June 2014

Easy To Make Objective Counters - Xenos Neon-Green Markers!

Since I've started playing 40K at the Edinburgh League of Gamers, I noticed I was short of a few objective markers and templates, so apart from buying a new sprue set of neon green assault on black reach templates like so:


Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Tournament Report - Edinburgh Exterminatus 2014



“EDINBURGH EXTERMINATUS – APRIL 2014”
c/o EDINBURGH LEAGUE OF GAMERS


Greeting wall-of-text readers! After a few weeks attending the Edinburgh League of Gamers (ELG) on a weekly Wednesday-night basis to get my 40K fix, I found out that the ELG were holding a 2-day tournament consisting of the following:

  1. 1750 points, 6th edition “singles” tournament, allies + Forgeworld-allowed, no Super heavies / Lords of War.
  2. 5 games of standardized 40K games consisting of 5 scenarios from the BRB rulebook with very minor variations per mission, with tournament scores attributable to differences in achieving primary, secondary, and bonus secret mission tertiary objectives.
  3. Approx. 2.5 hour time limit per game to keep to the schedule. Swiss system tournament setup. 10 tables (20 players) in total, with random allocation to start out with but a designated ‘top table’ (1) and ‘bottom table’ (10) which would give an indication of overall player rankings.
  4. Lunch, bottles of water and snacks provided, with a licensed bar.
 
While having never entered a 40K tournament before and reading of all sorts of power-cheese lists galore in such circumstances, I thought it would be an ideal way to spend my weekend meeting up with fellow enthusiasts I might not ever see at the weekly games night, plus to expand and interact with my ever-growing 40K social circle, so why not? 5 games of 40K in 2 days, woohoo!