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Ramblings of a wargaming general: Brighton comp for WH40k

Long time ago I got bored with seeing always same armies at 40k tournaments that I was attending. It seemed that a lot of players would simply always take what is absolutely best and skip other stuff, leading to a situation that when you played against certain armies, you pretty much could tell what units they will have without even looking. Warhammer Fantasy community was dealing with same situation earlier, but it always seemed like it was more keen on comping things and trying something different, whereas WH40k community was more conservative and wouldn’t do things outside of GW remit. Continue reading

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Ramblings of a wargaming general: First 40k tournament in new edition!

Played few games of new , 7th edition and I have to say that they finally managed to get my interest in the game back (that is if you ignore obvious money grabbing scheme such as “unbound” armies). Decided to take part in upcoming tournament and test my skills again. Haven’t played in 40k tournament for ages, so I am quite excited. Continue reading

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new Warhammer 40k is coming

so, new Warhammer 40k rulebook is coming and I am pretty excited about it, as from what I heard it might be a step in a right direction. So, Saturday morning I am going to get my copy and will sit down straight away to read it and then post a review. Watch this space guys!!! Hope that the book will not dissapoint me as well. especially that new Orks are due to be out soon 🙂

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