In the Finest Hour Ep19: Netlisting

Netlisting- it’s a subject that evokes a lot of strong feelings from some people, but at the end of the day it’s really just one more resource that you have access to when writing an army list.

In this episode, we take a look at the pros and cons of using netlists- when they can inspire you and guide your list development, but also when they can limit you and stunt your growth as a player. When should you start using netlists? When should you avoid them? How can you move past netlists, and what sort of players will do best (and worst) with them? Plus, we also talk about customizing netlists, knowing the role of the player (both in achieving success as well as in crafting the list), and why it’s not as easy to win a tournament as just picking up Brandon Grant’s army and going to town with it.


Episode Music: Dankmus
Icon Artist: Rylan Woodrow
Sponsored by: Mindtaker Miniatures
Our Patreon: In the Finest Hour
Directed by: Sean Morgan
Edited by: Shaylynn Allen



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3 Responses to “In the Finest Hour Ep19: Netlisting”

  1. Ahzek April 16, 2019 3:04 am #

    I really like your show – keep up the good work. My only gripe is that the sound volume on Sean and Josh is very low. I have tried with two different sets of headphones but I am really struggling. I don’t know if that’s something that can be fixed. Good luck!

    • Lady of Titan April 16, 2019 2:39 pm #


      I am the one who edits the episodes. I have been struggling with setting the relative volumes frequently (this is like the 7th time I have heard this complaint). So, if its a comfort- I am handing off the job to someone else who can tell the differences better than me.


      • Reecius April 16, 2019 3:05 pm #

        Reach out to Mariana, she’s gotten quite good at it.

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