Signals from the Frontline #583: The Daughters of Khaine Arrive!

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Show Notes

Date: 2-28-18


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  • SoCal Open tickets go up for sale on March 12th at noon PST. We anticipate tickets moving quickly so be sure to mark your calendar for this event! We will be featuring Age of Sigmar and 40k Championships style events, Warmachine and Hordes and it looks like we will have some Shadespire action going on, too! Of course, we will also have great deals on product and the Second Hand Shop will be making an appearance like last time. It should be a great time and we can’t wait to see who wins it all! Will Joe Krier and Brandon Grant defend their titles?

  • The Daughters of Khaine are here and they look awesome! The faction has a lot of character and the models are just brilliant.
    • Quick, hard hitting, solid magic support, lots of layered rules.

  • Here’s the video with the story of how some good sportsmanship turned into a more than $15,000 donation to a Children’s Hospital!

  • To his delight, Reecius recently discovered that there is a sequel to one of the greatest Kung Fu movies of all time: The Last Dragon!

Upcoming ITC Events

  • Further discussion on the Chess Clock topic. We’re gathering more and more positive feedback and feel strongly this is the way the game will have to go.
  • The ITC Hobby Track is pretty much done! We’re going to roll things out in the very near future.
  • Shadespire ITC track is almost certainly going to happen, we’ve had a lot of positive response to it.

Upcoming 40k ITC Events

Upcoming AoS ITC Events

40k ITC Rankings

Rank First Name Last Name Points Events
1 Patrick McNeill 284.47 3 of 5
2 Sean Nayden 232.65 2 of 5
3 Ryan Olson 222.98 2 of 5
4 Shawn Prosser 216.21 2 of 5
5 Alexander Fennell 211.72 2 of 5
6 William Ivey 209.23 2 of 5
7 Gary Frank 207.1 2 of 5
8 Jeremy Applebaum 201.79 2 of 5
9 Patrick McAneeny 173.81 2 of 5
10 Larry Oliver 170.3 2 of 5

AoS ITC Rankings

Rank First Name Last Name Points Events
1 Paul Jarzecki 115.28 1 of 5
2 Steven Hyche 114.58 1 of 5
3 Phil Savard 104.7 1 of 5
4 Johannes Hoogstraten 104.07 1 of 5
5 Guin Kellam 99.41 1 of 5
6 Mike Simeon 90.95 1 of 5
7 Matthew Pashby 89.35 1 of 5
8 Paul Witek 87.25 1 of 5
9 Jason Heide 85.15 1 of 5
10 Curtis Cluett 82.49 1 of 5

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11 Responses to “Signals from the Frontline #583: The Daughters of Khaine Arrive!”

  1. gigasnail February 28, 2018 12:37 pm #


  2. rvd1ofakind February 28, 2018 8:38 pm #

    1. Shartle
    2. The biggest problem with chest clock is that people will actively game them. They will try to make their opponent’s clock run out. “Hey can you meassure the 9” from your models” “No, I want your timer to run out. Your fault for bringing in deepstrike”
    Yes, that has happened to me. So hope it doesn’t create more Tony moments. Unless they lead to more happy children.

    • AngryPanda March 1, 2018 1:28 am #

      This. So much this. I was playing and Infinity Tournament last weekend and brought a Limited Insertion list (for non Infintiy players, that is the tightest possible army composition with fastest play) to make absolutely sure I’d always be on time. I do not play regularly enough and did not want to cause problems for anyone.
      So I ran into another list that just forced so much trouble that it actively syphoned of time with the sheer number of angles to consider, markers to avoid, etc. Now, 40k is simpler than that but you can definitely slow play someone else’s turn. Hell, I knew people who took what felt like half a year just to make their armor saves.

      • rvd1ofakind March 1, 2018 1:46 am #

        You switch to your opponents clock when they make saves, so that’s fine.

    • Ishagu March 1, 2018 7:38 am #

      You can try to game them all you want, but it will still be far better than the current system where some players spend over an hour on a single turn, boring their opponents senseless and making the experience frustrating.

      You only pass the clock on your turn for the opponent to make saves, and if they are rolling slow they suffer for it, not you.

      • Reecius
        Reecius March 1, 2018 9:03 am #

        Yeah, your opponent not helping you measure your distances is hardly gaming the clock, you are responsible for that. If someone is being rude then hey, probably going to be an unpleasant game regardless of format.

  3. Agent X March 2, 2018 10:48 am #

    What about other time saving measures like dice rolling apps?

    I’m still a newbie in the active community (glued my first model in Nov and played my first league game about 4 weeks ago) so apologies in advance if I don’t know all the background and history if this has been previously discussed.

    It seems the peace offering you can give to horde players (and others if they want) is permission to speed the game along with an extra tool.

    I saw there is an official GW dice rolling app but it appears outdated (recent reviews complain about scatter dice and no recent updates)

    I think Pablo touched on this during one of his Chapter Tactics podcasts. His co-host (memory has faded sorry don’t know who…the guy who plays orks) said it was a physics engine based app not a RNG so it was a better dice app or something.

    • Ujayim March 2, 2018 11:23 am #

      Dice rolling game. Using an app feels against everything the game stands for.

      • Reecius
        Reecius March 2, 2018 11:57 am #

        How so? GW made a dice rolling app, so they obviously intend for it to be used with their game.

        It’s weird the resistance to the app. I mean, I love rolling dice too but mathematically it is good to roll lots of dice as it events out variability as you go up, but rolling that many dice is cumbersome. So an app helps you power through those big rolls faster.

        @Agent X

        The GW dice app is legal to use, it’s an official product.

        And welcome to the hobby!

  4. Dbiesto March 3, 2018 10:29 am #

    So local RTT tournaments in the Bay Area are getting sold put over a week in advance now with full capacity. The last time I was told there was no more room was way back in 3rd edition. So to all you tournament players: if you know about a tournament coming up that has pre registration, try to sign up as soon as t is available. A lot of stores only have a max of 16 players, which hopefully expands world wide. Last 2 I played in were also full. This edition really brought back players old and new ones are surfacing fast. This might literally be the golden age of 40k.

    • Reecius
      Reecius March 3, 2018 11:19 am #

      Yeah, that is true all over the place, the game is mega popular right now and just going bonkers in popularity.

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