Chapter Tactics #136: What it Takes to Win All Season Using Just One Faction

Chapter Tactics is a 40k podcast which focuses on promoting better tactical play and situational awareness across all variations of the game. Today Pablo, grabs ITC top 10 players Brian Pullen and Richard Siegler to discuss their success and how to put up major tournament wins without switching to Space Marines or the latest net list.

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About Petey Pab

Aspiring 40k analyst, tournament reporter and Ultramarines enthusiast, Petey Pab only seeks to gather more knowledge about the game of 40k and share it with as many people as he can in order to unite both hobbyists and gamers. We are, after all, two sides of the same coin.

3 Responses to “Chapter Tactics #136: What it Takes to Win All Season Using Just One Faction”

  1. Zweischneid November 12, 2019 7:09 am #

    Interesting topic, but kinda loop-sided focusing on Tau currently benefiting a bit from the meta shift (first Ynnari disappearing, now Plaguebearers).

    A more representative selection of long-time one-army players with people that have been sticking all year to their army, including armies such as Harlequins, Khorne Daemons, Grey Knights, etc.. in contrast to Tau or even long-time Iron Hands players would’ve given a more realistic picture of what it’s like to stay with your army-of-choice through thick and thin (and how much winning you’re ultimately willing to sacrifice).

  2. TOM PONNEY November 12, 2019 9:13 am #

    Why have Richard on at all if Pablo is going to ask Brian to answer first every time then change the subject before Richard answers?

  3. Jayme November 18, 2019 8:08 am #

    Great episode. A lot of good commentary and content, with serious players. Chapter Tactics has felt a little light on the serious discussion of late… this episode was a return to form

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