Having been a bit busy for the last couple of weeks, this update is a collection of updates on different fronts 🙂 Though I am interjecting my goal of “Khador Kompletion” with getting some Infinity and Aristeia things done in preparation for BonesCon. Read more to see more!
Following on from yesterday’s post, I have constructed a “to do” list for my immediate painting, starting tonight! My goal is to have my Khador back up to “fully painted” status preferably by the start, but failing that the end, of the MoW CID and then plough into Skorne immediately after. I’d be lying if I wasn’t expecting some slippage on all of this, so I am giving myself the slightly more relaxed over all goal of June, for all of the below.
So. A New Year, and a renewed effort to keep my blog going with regular content updates.
Since my last proper update, I have been majorly slacking with the painting – I only got a very small handful of models painted at the beginning of 2017 (though one of them was the Skorne Hydra, so not a little model in itself), and I hope to rectify that this year.
Looking back over the past 6 months I have tallied up my hobby and gaming progress, and broken down some of the numbers to relevant systems. Behold!
So it has been a couple of weeks since Privateer Press let the cat out of the bag with regards to their new rule set. Various spoilers aside, I am excited and intrigued by this news – not so much because of the streamlined rules, or the potential of change for the sake of change that has a lot of people up in arms or cackling with glee. I am most excited about the full rebalance of units across the board.
As written about in last week’s Club Night battle report, I wanted to improve upon the list that I took.
(Written originally just prior to the release of the Kerail Preceptors) With the new Tohaa Preceptor and Symbio-Beasts being released imminently, I went to write the first list that I would try them out with, keeping half an eye on standard ITS requirements.
With a monster basing session over the weekend, I am now ready for SmogCon with my Vlad 2 and Sorscha 2 lists. I was planning to stop here and relax a little on the painting, and thus converted my two completed lists down to 35 points for the option of smaller games, in lieu of the proposed Vlad 3 and Zerkova 2 lists in my previous post.
A slightly different Looking at Lists today, as this is one that I have been using for a while for the Batman Miniature Game.
Faction: Retribution of Scyrah
Size: 35 & 50pts
Warcaster: Thyron, Sword of Truth
This is a new series of articles that I will be using to give my thoughts on the lists I write, as well as the evolution of a list as changes get made. Where possible, I will be referencing my Battle-Logs back to these Looking at Lists articles to expand the view of my hobby as a whole. I have a bunch of list ideas that I want to cover with this, so stay posted.
Welcome to the Hobby Log. I shall be using this site to catalogue anything and everything hobby related for the year of 2016 🙂
Time is drawing near for this year’s SmogCon, and I need to prepare. I am not playing in any competitive event, just intending to prowl the Iron Arena hall accumulating points (and points mean prizes!).
This is a review of the items that were available in the Gencon Bundle. I say “were” because this bundle is no longer available, and was only available at Gencon or direct from the Corvus Belli website. Operation: Ice Storm will be available separately from your usual retailers at the end of the month, Bootleg Penthesilea will be getting a general release at sometime in the future (currently unknown), and the special Bolt character – Tabitha Lyons – was a limited run that was only available at Gencon (or on the CB webstore), and seems like it will be making a couple of small reappearances at smaller events.