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  1. The Hobby Corner #5

    About the author: Ashton initially became interested in painting through exposure to model planes. He now loves playing miniature games and making the models look as good as possible on the table. Paint Chipping and Weathering Pt 1 Something that I really enjoy on my models is weathering. Paint chipping, rust, streaks and grime. The problem with these type of...
  2. The New Recruit #5

    Location, Location, Location I had grown complacent in my game. Strategies were becoming the same: rush the objective, keep Vassals and the Choir close to Reckoners, reserve pKreoss in the back, waiting to spring his feat at the opportune time, and have Zealots mad rush in and obstruct to delay and gain a better position against my opponent for the...
  3. The Wray I See It #4

    The Four Foot Rule This weeks contribution is focused more towards those players who are trying to break through that competitive crust into that delicious tournament (pie) filling beyond, and I'm going to try and keep it short and salty.  In the distant Spike village where I grew up, whenever young players gathered to hone their craft a certain pattern of behavior was...
  4. What Does The Card Say #4

    What Does the Card Say #4 Welcome again my inquisitive furry forest animals to another week of Wa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pa-pow! What does the Card Say! This week we cover one interaction that I see misplayed and misunderstood every time I turn around, and a second that is rare but exceedingly interesting! Eyeless Sight Channeling One of the most confusing interactions in Warmachine/Hordes...
  5. Model Redemption #4 by Andrew Hartland

    About the author:  Andrew Hartland is one of the best Mercenary players in the world.  He is most famous for spearheading the development of the Steamroller tournament format for Privateer Press.   Casting the Net   Hello, and welcome to my section of the blog. Per Jay's request I will be writing up some tips and tricks for using Mercenary...
  6. Miniature Musings #2

    Editor: Whenever a regularly scheduled author is unable to have an article ready, we will have a Miniature Musings by John Paul take its place. John Paul is an English teacher that obsesses about gaming. The Four Stages of Development (for Gamers)   In my last miniature musing, I mentioned a little bit about how gaming has begun evolving for...
  7. Warmachine List Breakdown #4 by Jamie Perkins

    About the author: Jamie Perkins is an accomplished Warmachine player who represented his home country of England in the 2013 WTC. Sorscha1 and Markov We talked a lot about Markov's role and synergies last week, so lets just start off with the list I referred to:   Kommander Sorscha The Behemoth Sylys Wyshnalyyr Reinholdt, Gobber Speculator 10 Ironfang Pikemen + Black...
  8. The Hobby Corner #4

    About the author:  Ashton initially became interested in painting through exposure to model planes.  He now loves playing miniature games and making the models look as good as possible on the table. Airbrushing Infantry I would like to talk today a little about airbrushing, specifically using your airbrush to paint your infantry models. First off I keep it real simple...
  9. The New Recruit #4

    About the author:  Jeff Shirts is an experienced gamer, but new to playing Warmachine.  Jeff is employed as a technical writer.  His segment focuses on his experiences while learning to play Warmachine. Enter the Zealots My journey of learning Warmachine has been through the local Journeyman League. The next battle I played was the first introduction of the Holy Zealots. The...
  10. The Wray I See It #3

    About the author:  Scott Wray is a host of the podcast Chain-Attack and is famous for two things:  ranting about Warmachine and his debauchery at conventions.  He will be contributing to the blog every Saturday. Lessons one and two of this series were presented in my blog post last week. Lesson Three: Play a disruptive game, give your opponent chances...

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