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Archives: July 2014

  1. The Hobby Corner #27

    Back to Base-ics Part II – Of Molds and Castings Welcome to part II of this series on basing. Last week I talked about some resources you can use to help with the planning and building of your bases. This week I am going to start that process and document as much of it as I can. The base that I...
  2. A Lover Skorned: Tyrant Zaadesh

    Tyrant Zaadesh is a character solo for Skorne whose recent release provides the faction with some interesting options. Zaadesh has a Fury stat of 4 and two spells, Perdition and a new spell called Tag Team which is an upkeep and which gives models in his battlegroup and within his control area +2 to hit and damage on Melee attacks...
  3. Flavor of the Week #5

    This blog's purpose is to explore a "flavor of the week" (FOTW) list design and figure out whether the resulting list will have a place in the tournament scene meta-game. June 2014 - Runes of War Without Mulg Background So Trolls are the new hotness. With “World Champion” Jay Larsen playing them for the next year, Trevor getting his Troll...
  4. So You Want to Start Playing Warmachine Competitively? by Jay Larsen

    This article will be written assuming that you are a new player to Warmachine and interested in playing the game competitively.  Your first step will be to choose your faction and then buy the starter box for that faction.  There are many ways you can select your faction, but I usually recommend starting with the models that you think look...
  5. Flavor of the Week #4

    This blog's purpose is to explore a "flavor of the week" (FOTW) list design and figure out whether the resulting list will have a place in the tournament scene meta-game. July 2014 - Butcher 3 with Press Gangers and Pirate Solos Background Butcher 3 is a strong caster who’s list serves to deliver him to a position where he can...
  6. The Hobby Corner #26

    Back to Base-ics Part I – Finding Your Inner “Base” This article is going to be the first of a multipart series similar to the oil weathering series I have done. In these articles I hope to talk about some of the basics of basing, tools and resources that can be using in creating the base you are after and showing...
  7. What Does the Card Say? #18

    Welcome back to the most exciting blog that ever existed! Or maybe it’s just the most exciting blog about Warmachine and Hordes rules, which is posted on Fridays, written in English, on this blog, written by me…   Knocked Down and Receiving a Charge Order. Among journeyman Warmachine and Hordes players this is one of the most common rules interactions...
  8. The Wray I See It: Sidekick Series #1

    Aiakos has had the gears turning in my head since his debut back when Warmachine Tactics hit Kickstarter.  My mad-scientist brain is literally brimming with ideas for this guy, many of them far more cute than good.  The purpose of the Sidekick series is largely to force me to organize and defend my thoughts about Aiakos in an attempt to...
  9. Faction Parity

    It has long been evident with Warmachine & Hordes that player skill is the biggest determinant on who will be the victor in any given game.  Despite this fact, I used to feel that there were fairly large disparities in faction strength.  As the game evolved, I started to feel that there were several factions that were first amongst equals. ...
  10. Flavor of the Week #3

    This blog's purpose is to explore a "flavor of the week" (FOTW) list design and figure out whether the resulting list will have a place in the tournament scene meta-game. June 2014 - Argus Moonhound with Morvahna 2 the Dawnshadow Background So on several Chain Attack episodes Trevor has mentioned how powerful the simple act of “aiming” is to fixing...

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