Hello again fellow cardboard addicts! This week we head back to the Spoils to do one of my favourite things; discard pile shenanigans! The reason I love re-animator decks is that even though they are inevitably a little telegraphed the shocking power available and the ability to turn most of your discard heap into an extension of your hand is a great opportunity! I’ll start with the deck list:
Halo Fleet battles is starting to get some momentum and the releases are coming thick and fast. The core rule book has a feature on ships so large and powerful that they take up multiple bases, each base having its own damage rating!
Continue reading November Releases For HALO Fleet Battles.
Those who follow us on Facebook will have noticed that in real life, that disturbing place where people don’t use dice, but seem determined to ruin all plans that I am struggling a bit with ‘home stuff’ I am still here and my digital minions are still producing articles.
Welcome back! This week I’ve actually managed to play some games of 40K Conquest using the new Nids. As I wrote a few weeks ago when I unboxed the new set I think the Swarmlord is the way to go and so I built a deck focused around his and his signature squads abilities. Basically the plan was to choke my opponent by using the free termagant tokens as cheap command icons. Without further ado here is the first version;
Die? Bloody hell Cersei it’s only a card game; can’t we just play strip instead? Yes it has arrived, the Game of Thrones version 2.0 LCG from FFG is in my sweaty hands right now! As you can probably tell I’m a bit excited about this and think it’s going to be huge. This week I’m going to review the core set and basically try to make you all buy into it!
Continue reading When You Play the Game of Thrones You Win or You Die!
Having been looking to get into Freebooters fate for sometime now I have finally started by buying the rule book and the cards to go with it, only to discover there are a new set of cards and another rule book I need.
Yes this little gem that I had found on a certain popular auction site is actually an upgrade if you will to the main card mechanic of the game. Boy dont i feel a bit stupid now, hopefully it does seem though that I can continue to start to play with the original deck of cards.
Well here is the board laid out for my first play through, of Z War One: Damnation, first though, before I explain how I tanked so badly at the game let me give you a brief overview.
Major General Chard
Mantics latest Kickstarter has just a few hours left and at the moment is standing strong at just under $400,000 made on the kickstarter, my $1 is on as I am hoping to be able to add funds to it when they do the pledge manager.