So, how do I sort out these ‘best of’ posts and how do I get these oh so old photos up on the blog with the least effort and don’t burn out again with the feeling that I am having to dredge up words to fit to them that are not clear, concise or even correct?
Answer: Give a brief synopsis of what was happening and then just leave you alone with them to review the images if you want to…
Then: wait for you to ask for more details in the comments section as if you actually were interested.
July… Played a bit of Warhammer 40,000. Eighth edition this time as se wanted to keep to an older set of codexes. Necrons Vs Tyranids (For non GW players: Angry paranoid robots Vs Very hungry giant insects).
That moment when the other half of their army lands behind your well ordered gun line…
Nice looking game Mr S! 🙂 Even I know what Tyranids are (used to play Space Hulk a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away)! I like the scenery as well, particularly the rock formations and plants/foliage!
Hey John… Rocks are from the GF9 Battlefield in a box range of bits. The foliage is a few bits from a friends company ‘Products For Wargamers’ which you may have heard are launching a kickstarter for some Tudorish building soon…
Looking good… on the upside when the Giant beasty and his minions drop behind the Necron line then they won’t have to make a panic roll…
🙂 So true… However scary a beastie is a robot will always fail to fear it…
Nice, I love to see fully-painted armies in action… maybe I should try it myself sometime. I thought that the numbers looked quite equal in the first picture so it was quite cool to see a bunch of the flying Tyranids appear in the last one.
Fully painted games are easier than it appears. Just remember though, you may not have painted all the killer units and may have to play the massed troops that you have painted at the time… It does make you paint with a purpose when you fail to win 3 games in a row for that very reason…
Pete S/ SP said:
That looks fun- apart from the vertical envelopmert part.
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