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Hobby Challenge: Building a Modular Board for under $50

This is how I assume my painting looks like to others Let me begin this article by stating that I currently have one of the Frontline Gaming mats and I absolutely love it. However, since it is a more sci-fi mat, I was looking for something more rustic for my Age of Sigmar games. The […]

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Why I’m Optimistic for 9th: Harlequins

Today’s article is covering three reasons I am excited for 9th Edition as a Harlequin player and a few concerns I have. Reasons for optimism: Changes to Detachments and Command Points: As odd as this may sound, I believe the change to how you select detachments really helps Harlequins (and other armies with smaller unit […]

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Competing With Eldar Corsairs (An ITC Journey) Part 2: Venoms in the Mist

If you missed Part 1: A Fist full of Venoms, this is series where I discuss the quest I undertook during the 2019 season to become the #1 Eldar Corsair player. In this section I will cover the first events I attended and my results. (more…)

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My Biggest Wish for 9th: Address the Fly Keyword

Hi Everyone, As we are all getting excited for the new edition, and whatever changes it will bring, I thought I would go ahead and address one of my biggest pet peeves of 8th: the “Fly” keyword is too good. (more…)

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Competing With Eldar Corsairs (An ITC Journey) Part 1: A Fistful of Venoms

Hi everyone! I would like to dedicate the following series of articles to people who play competitive 40k with the armies they love rather than the most effective ones. This one is for all the mono Harlequin, Death Guard, Death Watch etc. players out there: keep being awesome! (more…)

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Planning Your Tournament Season

Hi Everyone, Originally I had this article planned for earlier in the year, but then life got in the way and plans interfered etc. Of course, recent events have cleared that schedule and I figured now would be a good time to write it up. When I made my first foray into serious contention for […]

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Three Do’s and one Don’t: Running a Narrative Campaign

Hi Everyone, after a short break we’re continuing our series (you can find part 1 here ) For this next section I am going to include some tips for maintaining a narrative campaign through the middle stretches. (more…)

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Point-Counterpoint: Chasing the Meta

Good Afternoon Everyone. As the dust from the LVO continues to settle over the meta I am sure many of you are trying to anticipate what the next trend will be. For those of you with the forethought to save your pocket money from the holidays, I am sure you are wondering whether it is […]

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Anatomy of a Campaign: The Set Up

Hi everyone, Lord Paddington here. I thought I would punctuate my narrative Do’s and Don’ts articles with updates from a campaign I am currently running, so you can see how I try to work out some of the issues I discuss in my articles. In today’s article, I will cover the background and set up […]

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