image and stuff aside...is anyone actually still playing this epic
I hand in my dissertation on the 6th of April which precludes me from participating in the Highlander Tourney but I may drop in late to see how it goes and start working on something truly epic as 6th of April ushers in an era of slight free time in the age of oppression.
I have a lot of epic things under my bed so I decided to get back into a certain epic army that would go well with epic terrain things from other ranges...
Interest thoroughly peaked.
Yep, your eyes are not deceiving you, that is the Forge World Eldar Phantom Titan you see there!
Its been announced that this model will be available to buy (in limited numbers I imagine) at the up and coming Forge World open day.
Some of you (like myself) have probably seen the early mock up models at other shows, but I honestly didn't expect it to be for sale already!
Apparently the rules and technical specs will be in Imperial Armour 11.
More pics here:
After the success of the last event we will be running a sequel on the 6th April 6.30 start.
There will be 3 games to decide the victor.
The rules we will be using is as follows;
Point Army which must consist of
1 Troop Unit Choice (May be full strength with attachments)
1 Solo Choice
1 Warjack/Warbeast Choice
Additional points to make a 15 point army list may be spent on a single additional Warbeast/Warjack Choice
Well Dustin, Ant and Sonny, you guys will be will be a very happy with the latest Insider on the Privateer Press Website:
The Circle engine looks VERY nice. And those rules for the Ret engine...oooh nasty!
well yes its been a while...
So have a butchers at...
You know you want to...
No more messing around with that cardboard cut out for me!
(Fixed the link, they make a whole bunch of awesome Firestorm and Uncharted gubbins!)
Press Start TV have done an interview with Privateer Press Creative Director Ed Bourelle, having a chat about their development process from concept to playtesting. All while standing next to the new Battle Engines on a table giving a very good idea of how big these things are in relation to other models and human beings...
Just thought i'd let you know that Corvus Belli have put up the new website for iNfinity:
Looks very swish and much easier to find stuff. Great gallery for the minis too!
A slight heads up though. As is the case with new websites they are having 'teething' troubles, so it might be a bit glitchy at times.
Well, looks like Mongoose have decided to return to their Call to Arms space combat system!
For those of you that don't know, Call to Arms was originally the sytem used by Mongoose games for their Babylon 5 game. Myself and a few of the Phat Cats used to play this some years ago and thought it was awesome! However, Mongoose suffered as part of the recession and it got pulled along with all their other miniature based games.
Now, obviously this new game isn't Babylon 5, but it's a system that may be worth a look if it's as good as the old system. If not, I've still got my old rule books (and an ISA fleet) kicking around if someone fancies something different to Firestorm 😉