Friday, August 1, 2014

Iron Wolves - 40K - Recap from awhile back.

This was published 2 years ago on a defunct blog, but since I have been working on this army for 2 years I have decided to restart up my own blog to capture the information and painting I have done.  With the advent of 7th Edition and the forth coming new SW Codex, much has changed.  I have stayed true to the Iron Wolves build and intend to continue it.

     I've decided to do a bit of a recap, especially since the list changed a bit since I first started this project.  Having played WHFB for a long time I was looking to get into 40K for various reasons.  Most of my gamer friends are heavily involved in 40K, not so much into the Fantasy side of the game.  I also had hit a 'burn-out' stage when it came to WHFB and was looking for something to get the juices flowing and rekindle my interest in the gaming scene.  I am also waiting for the various 8th edition Army Books to hit a critical mass that will solve some of the competitive problems with WHFB that I believe exist right now. (I am working on a DoC WHFB build at this time..more to come)

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

WHFB: Marked Men in 8th.

We basically have a year of playing 8th Edition under our belts and I think it's time to take a look at some things and how they are working out.  Having spent most of the past year playing my WoC in friendly and tournament games, I want to take a look at the Marks and how they stack up in 8th.

Monday, May 23, 2011

'Ardboyz Semi-Finals - Flaming Skulls for the Win!

     I attended the 2011 Fantasy Ardboyz Semi-Finals on Saturday at Gryphon Games in Ft. Collins, CO.  I had actually never been up to the store before and decided to get an early start, so grabbed a shower and some coffee and hit the road at 0730.

Monday, May 9, 2011

Why this Blog?

     This blog is something I decided to set-up in order to be able to write some articles for BOLS (Bell of Lost Souls) and also to hopefully put down my personal ideas and thoughts about Warhammer Fantasy.  I spend a great deal of time thinking about WHFB, reading various publications and websites, preparing and painting models and actually playing the game.  Sometimes, way too much time in fact.  It's something that I really enjoy to do and it's time I shared some of the things that I've learned and that I'm actively working on.