The post relates to the ongoing narrative campaign that is being run by my gaming group. All the missions used for the first phase use fixed forces and have clearly defined objectives. As we have six members two of us… Read More »The Battle for Mirum Ostentum Part 6 – Planetstrike
Warhammer 40K Army Lists
We are often posting our Warhammer 40K army lists for games, and you can find those 40K army lists here for all our armies, including Necrons, Orks, Space Marines, Chaos Space Marines, Astra Militarum/Imperial Guard, and whatever else we’re playing. We have a lot of armies, and in turn post a lot of Warhammer 40K army lists.
We are not really competitive gamers, and the lists you find are generally geared for fun local play; sometimes just fluffy lists. We enjoy gaming but we don’t take it too seriously.
The post relates to the ongoing narrative campaign that is being run by my gaming group. All the missions used for the first phase use fixed forces and have clearly defined objectives. As we have six members two of us… Read More »The Battle for Mirum Ostentum Part 5 – Macro Cannon Defence
The fourth battle in a Warhammer 40K campaign that my gaming group is doing. The Alpha Legion must raid the vault for the intel.
In this third mission in our Warhammer 40K narrative campaign, the Alpha Legion are trying to steal codes to a macro cannon.
This was the second game in the narrative campaign my gaming group is doing. You can see the first game over here. Second Game: Convoy Escort This mission revolved around the alpha legion attacking a supply convoy en route to… Read More »The Battle for Mirum Ostentum: Campaign Report – Part #2
This Themed Workbench article goes through the concept and creation of a Star Wars themed army for Warhammer 40k including models and rules used.
One tournament organizer’s experience with a local scene becoming more competitive and considering comp scores for local tournaments
Don’t let a Fluffy Bunny tell you that you have to bring a fluffy list. You can bring a competitive list and still be fluffy; it’s not mutually exclusive.
The long-term regulars amongst you know that I have been running a Rebel Grot army using the Imperial Guard Codex. The rapid release of the Astra Militarum Codex, 7th edition rules, and upcoming Ork Codex has me putting a lot… Read More »A Guide to Creating a Counts-as Army for Warhammer 40K
I’ve painted up some of my White Scars Scouts for a narrative campaign. I was aiming for them to look weathered and I feel I succeeded.