- Kevin Arnold – Chaos Space Marines
- Oscar Fernandez – Imperial Guard
- Matt Cottrell – Tau
- Steve Burrows – Imperial Guard
- Justin Shuster – Chaos Space Marines
- Paul Porch – Necrons
- Vadim Golembo – Chaos Space Marines
- Chris Sipple – Space Marines
- King of the Castle – Chaos Space Marines / Chaos Daemons (allies)
- Andy Glenn – Space Marines
Hello there again my friends. Today, as the title says. We have some information and thoughts on them from the world of Warhammer.
First up, I hear whispers through the vines, there will be a game expansions for in game fortifications for Warhammer 40k. If you all remember, this is a new concept from this creation of the game. Bringing your own defensive terrain with you. I’m of the mind, this was a good change from the last rule book. As I always wondered why my army wouldn’t place down some defensive terrain prior to a battle.
Greetings everyone, all of my war gaming allies and arch enemies of course. We push ever closer to the end of the year. Last weekend saw us with a new and returning champion. The king of the Castle ( Justin ) finishing in first place in our most recent singles.
So, we have our week of spooky action upon us once more. Not much I can say of this, in a war game stand point. I suppose we could all field our most, horror movie filled lists. Like zombies and plague mutants for example.
Another weekend has past, and another tournament in the books. For all of you, young and old, new and long time to these articles. Let me thank any reading who attended this event. As well let me congratulate those who placed in first and second.
Hello there my friends. We have another weekly look into the gaming world. First, let me say its been quite a good year for games, all things considered. Warhammer releasing as fast as I’ve ever seen and new game systems for minis appearing with solid systems as well, such as X wing and Attack wing, etc.
by Kevin Michael
My alarm goes off, it’s 9:40. It’s time to for me to call up approximately 100 people and get ready for the NJ TCGplayer States tournament that’s happening today. After getting all showered up and brushing my teeth, I get a text: “Where are you?” After freaking out and calling the store that was hosting the tournament, I realized that I had somehow made myself and everyone else believe that the tournament started at noon. But all was not lost! After some quick Googling and triple checking, I found out that DE States was starting at noon, and that we might just be able to make that one instead. So, I loaded my car with a sad Chris Bauer and an excited Antonino Baldasari, and off we went at 100mph down Route 95.
Good day to you all, fellow patriots of war games. I hope you all enjoyed some generous savings in the last weekend’s sale. I hope perhaps some went into making your lists perfect for the double’s tournament on October 19th. If you didn’t, I hope you at least got some things you’ve dearly needed, as I did as well.
So, we near the end of the year, which means we have a whole new year soon approaching to enjoy. In that spirit, I’ve got some information on new Warhammer Releases.
By Kevin Michael
It’s been a little while since I’ve been able to play any Magic at all. With working 2 jobs, I’m lucky to even play a single game of Magic once a week. I was actually very excited to play in this tournament though. I’ve been preparing (but not actually practicing) to play in this tournament for about a month. Going into this tournament I knew I wanted to play with the most powerful cards possible, so my initial thought was to build a R/G monsters deck. The deck list looked something like this:
Hello there generals of future of conflict. Well, I am happy to say we have wrapped up another great in store 40k tournament. I offer the best to all those that attended and of course, placed. Coming in 4th was Steve U, 3rd was Andy ( His first time placing so highly, so a special note here ) 2nd was Steve B ( Gloves ) and coming in first, was the Justin, the King. Be sure and give a pat on the back to all of our winners with our slightly reworked tournament rules.