Signals from the Frontline #402

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Show Notes

Date

1-11-16

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  • Age of Sigmar Duardin are up for pre-order at 25% off through Frontline Gaming. Place your order by Friday, January 11th!

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  • Troll Forged miniatures shows off some images of a new min they’ll be releasing which looks very cool.

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  • Privateer Press previews the new War Witch Deneghra which will be available later in the year.

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  • New Forge World goodies coming out: Alpha Legion kits, transfers and Night Lords Brass Etch.

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  • New minis coming out for Lands of Ruin.

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  • Jason compiled the top 10 best selling GW kits for the year for Frontline Gaming, we thought it would be fun to share it.
  • 1. Horus Heresy Betrayal at Calth
    2. Eldar Windriders
    3. Drop Pod
    4. Skitarii Vanguard/Rangers
    5. Ghostkeel
    6. Farseer/Warlock Skyrunner
    7. Onager Dunecrawler
    8. Ironstrider Ballistarius
    9. Codex Space Marines
    10. Knight Warden

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  • Rumors of the next Duardin in the range: the Magmadroth!

Rant Session

Tactics Corner

Rules Lawyer

Completed Commissions

List Review

 

 

Primary Tourney List:

Chapter Tactics: Iron Hands

Battle Company

Core Choice: (2xBattle Demi Company)

Captain – Artificer armor 115 pts

Chaplain – jump pack 105 pts

5 tactical marines( Meltagun,Razorback) 80pts

5 tactical marines( Meltagun,Razorback) 80pts

5 tactical marines( Meltagun,Razorback) 80pts

5 tactical marines( Meltagun,Razorback) 80pts

5 tactical marines( Flamer,Razorback) 75pts

5 tactical marines( Flamer,Razorback) 75pts

5 Assault Marines(jump packs, power axe, vet sergeant) 110 pts

5 Assault Marines(Razorback) 70 pts

5 Devastators( 2 Gravcannons, Razorback) 145 pts

5 Devastators( 3 Lascannons, Razorback) 135 pts

Auxiliary choice: Armored Task Force:

1x Techmarine (servo harness, 2 servitors with servo arms) 110 pts

3x Predator with TL Lascannons (One squad so benefit from Tank Hunter and MC hunter) 300pts

1x Predator with autocannon and heavy bolter sponson’s 95 pts

1x Predator with autocannon and heavy bolter sponson’s 95 pts

1x Thunderfire Cannons 100 pts

Total 1850 pts

I know this list is fluffy with the running of the tanks and techmarines. I don’t think this will be super viable tourney list but at least I should be able to have fun running tanks/transports everywhere on the game board. Playing the game on hard mode, the only way to play 😉

Thank you,

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19 Responses to “Signals from the Frontline #402”

  1. abusepuppy January 11, 2016 10:28 am #

    >Windriders the best-selling solo kit in the game

    Noooooooooo fuckin’ kidding. Who would’ve expected? I’m surprised the Jetseer kit sold so well, though, I can’t specifically recall actually seeing one on the table (though I’m sure I have.)

    • Reecius
      Reecius January 11, 2016 10:31 am #

      Yeah, not shocking that the best point for point unit in the game sold well, haha.

  2. iNcontroL January 11, 2016 11:13 am #

    why are they releasing more AoS.. it’s like they are alergic to making money.

    • ntdars January 11, 2016 11:55 am #

      It was a stupid move on their part for sure to even start up AoS in the first place, but I think it’d be worse to drop it so quickly without even trying to support it for a year. Rumors are they’re going to be throwing a TON of money into it this year (Tzeench themed year apparently) so expect it to be sticking around :/

      • abusepuppy January 11, 2016 12:57 pm #

        Ah, the time-honored corporate tradition of “we can’t stop now, we’re already thirty million in the hole! PUT MORE MONEY INTO THE BONFIRE, HAL!!”

        • ntdars January 11, 2016 5:10 pm #

          There is no way they spent 30 million dollars on AoS so far (sorry if you were being sarcastic), but considering their options at this point I think it’s a smarter business decision to try and make something out of AoS instead of leaving it in the dirt. The game DEFINITELY has potential, they just need to support it a LOT better, MAYBE SOME RULES?!

          • abusepuppy January 11, 2016 11:53 pm
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            See, I don’t really think the game has that great of potential. I admit I’m biased in this regard, but in my opinion at least AoS simply isn’t a deep enough game to interest a lot of players. It would make a very cool $100 board game (probably with a handful of $50 expansions, if the industry stayed true to form) to play once in a while, but as a $500+ miniature game? No thank you.

            Maybe I’m alone in my opinion, but I think the lackluster sales of AoS give at least some indication that I’m not; people just aren’t impressed with the product GW has produced. Its rules are even more slipshod and “wacky” than 8E Fantasy was- and modern 40K is a miracle of fairness compared to Fantasy when they closed it down.

        • Trueknight January 11, 2016 6:21 pm #

          Which is ironic considering one of the first terms you learn in business school is a sunk cost lol

        • AngryPanda January 11, 2016 10:53 pm #

          If they stop now someone has to admit it was a mistake. And in the great tradition of management, not admitting mistakes is worth any loss, up to running the company in the ground and moving on to the next overpaid job.

    • Nightman January 12, 2016 9:04 am #

      I’ll let it slide, since they are shirtless dwarves.

  3. Hotsauceman1 January 11, 2016 11:23 am #

    Isnt smaug one of gws best sellling kits for the year?

    • Reecius
      Reecius January 11, 2016 12:02 pm #

      That’s what they said, yes. These were FLG’s top sellers.

      • Hotsauceman1 January 11, 2016 12:43 pm #

        Oh lol. Me misread/heard

  4. Julnlecs January 11, 2016 12:19 pm #

    Ghostkeel at #5 says alot about the unit.

    • CaptainA January 11, 2016 1:06 pm #

      That’s what I was thinking.

    • happy_inquisitor January 11, 2016 1:18 pm #

      Yes, although the model that has been around for years yet still outsold it says even more about cost effectiveness in the game. Yes the humble drop pod.

      The ghostkeel benefits from being a really nice model with good rules that become very strong in a couple of formations.

  5. Ibushi January 11, 2016 3:15 pm #

    Wooo TSHFT! See you folks there!

    • abusepuppy January 12, 2016 9:20 am #

      TSHFT is a rad party for rad dudes and ladies. Everyone should come.

      • Reecius
        Reecius January 12, 2016 9:52 am #

        Rad is also a seminal movie of the 80’s!

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