New Source Books for Only War from Fantasy Flight Games

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Nov 072012

Only War:  Core Rulebook

Release Date: Nov 2012

$ 59.95 

Only War is a standalone Warhammer 40,000 roleplaying game experience in which players take on the roles of soldiers in the Imperial Guard, the galaxy-spanning armies of the God-Emperor. Fully compatible with FFG’s other Warhammer 40,000 Roleplay titles, this comprehensive game system explores a previously unseen side of life in the Imperium of Man. Join the ranks of brave men and women inducted into the God-Emperor’s armies, trained to fight and sent off to far flung stars and systems to hold the line against the coming night. Despite overwhelming opposition, or perhaps because of it, these fearless soldiers are bound to each other by a code of brotherhood and honour. They are the thin line that protects the Imperium from complete and utter destruction. They are the Imperial Guard.


Only War: Game Master’s Kit

Release Date: Nov 2012

$ 24.95

Guide your squad to success over their mission with The Game Master’s Kit for Only War! This helpful resource features a sturdy Game Master’s screen, which displays eye-­catching Only War art on one side and a wealth of convenient references on the other. In addition, The Game Master’s Kit includes a 32-­page full color booklet with a complete adventure, a selection of useful NPCs, and helpful advice for GMs about managing comrades and more.

You know you always wanted to be a Capt. in that squad of Imp guard on the battle field now play it a little closer to home in a RPG version from Fantasy Flight Games and see what you can really do or will you just run and wet your pants when the Deamon Prince attacks.

Dark Eldar 1000 point List

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Jan 052012

This is one of my favorite lists of all times at 1000 points.  Not only is this list easy to play it allows you to apply several different strategies while it is on the table.   It just doesn’t matter what you are playing against with this list you stand a a chance.  It is balanced.  Yet it’s fairly straight forward.  While the Dark Eldar as a whole are a pretty balanced army this one is a shooting army.   That doesn’t mean they can’t hold their own in close combat it just means they  will do better without it.


The army contains only 56 models. While that is not an impressive number the important thing to note is the firepower.  We will look at that in a minute.  Here is the list


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Black Crusade Collector’s Edition – I Don’t Even Play the Game and I Want One.

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Dec 052011

Fantasy Flight Games has offered us (the whole gaming community) a looksy at the Collector’s edition of Black crusade.


It will be released the first quarter of 2012.

750 numbered copies.

Visit Fantasy Flight Games here to order you’re copy.  It is abut 150.00.


So, why should you buy it?  because it is wicked cool.  I don’t even play and I am pre-ordering one.  It just looks that good.








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Games Workshop Holiday Releases

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Nov 292011

This month in December GW is giving us some good deals and some new models.



The monster Ghorgon) above is one of the many fantasy releases you can find here.  Thy also have two really good army deals.  one for the High Elves, and the other for Skaven.



For 40k they have two army deals MegaForces) that won’t be around long.  The Dark Eldar ( I wish I had 600 bucks to spare  for three) and the Space Marines.   Both of them rock in at 215 dollars and contain about 300.00 worth of product.  you can view them here.


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Nov 272011

In this episode Danny shows you how to assemble the Deathmark.  One of the new Necron models from the Deathmark/Immortals box set.   the deathmarks are deep striking snipers.


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Figure Forge Assembling the Necron Lychguard

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Nov 262011

In this episode of Figure Forge Danny builds the two poses for the Necron Lychguard from Games Workshop.  He also talks about how much he is looking forward putting them on the battlfield.  If you are a Necron player you will enjoy this installment because it makes building your army look easy.


Come back soon For the Deathmarks and the Immortals, meanwhile if you like what you have seen please follow us on twitter and +1 us.

Figure Forge Assembling the Necron Triarch Praetorians

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Nov 242011

In this episode of Figure Forge Danny assemble 2 of the builds for the Necron Triarch Praetorians.   These models are from the Triarch Preatorian/Lychguard box set.


That looks easy.   Pop quize … How many times did he glue the model to his hand?


Come back later today for the Lychguard and tomorrow I hope to have the Immortals or the Death marks up.  But that all depends on dinner at mom and dads.

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Game Review Warhammer 40K

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Nov 182011

Warhammer 40K is another sci-fi skirmish game.  It has a huge following.  It is both loved and hated by gamers around the world.  There is just so much one can say in the great GW argument, but we aren’t here to fuel that debate.  I am here to give an honest review of Warhammer 40K

Here is my brief history  of 40k.  In November of 2004 (the night bfore Thanksgiving actually)  I painted my first 40 Dark Eldar Warriors.   For, oh the next 3 years we played pretty hard, 2 or 3 nights a week.  So, what happened?  Life just kind of got in the way.  Our 4oK games began to grind down.  We still play a game or 2 a year but it is nothing like it used to  be.

So here we go the roller coaster known as 40K.

Warhammer 40k Uses an archaic set of game rules.  The largest detriment to the game is the whole army activations.  The game industry moved away from this around 2003.  Not only is whole army activation old it slows down game play.  The game would play much faster if the interaction of activations alternated form player to player instead of army to army.  Further, if  the activations alternated squad to squad the game would allow for more tactics.

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