Edit 24/07/19: Once again, I've just finished the draft of an article right before the Banned and Restricted list updates. I must be cursed. This does make analysis of the metagame a bit less relevant (and makes me less likely to continue with the rest of the series) but there's still some value to doing... Continue Reading →
My photoshop skills have now transcended the plane of mere mortals... (What the heck is this??? - Freya) Intro - Mike This is part two of our mega grand clash article coverage from the July Warhammer World Grand Clash. If you haven't read part one then you really should, although fair warning its over 10,000... Continue Reading →
Freya still has a lot to learn when it comes to 'Photoshop skills', one day she will be as good as me 😉 - Mike Last weekend saw the first 2 day Grand Clash at Warhammer World, where 82 players (including most of the Steel City team) competed to try and make the top 16... Continue Reading →
At the UKGE Grand Clash somehow Tom manages to flip the script and subvert everyone's expectations by going undefeated with the Godsworn Hunt. Maybe he should write for Game of Thrones?
At this rate of improvement with 'photoshop' I'll be editing covers of magazines come July. Intro This is part 2 in a set of articles detailing my plan to win the Warhammer Fest Grand Clash. Part 1 goes through the decks creation and evolution as I took it to various tournaments and the gradual changes the... Continue Reading →
Hello again and welcome to the second article detailing my misadventures with madcap marauders! Today I'll be diving into what I have learned about boards, the effect the infamous BAR list has had, and covering some top card picks to include in your Grot deck. I'm gonna finish with some of the match-up specific lessons i learned from my latest tournament escapade.
Preamble I was lucky enough to attend not one but two tournaments this weekend at the Forge in Manchester and at Boards and Swords in Derby. We really are blessed in the north with both the quality and quantity of events on offer, the Steel City itself has three separate stores that all run tournaments... Continue Reading →
Tom: It took three strong coffees and a questionable energy to perk me up for the drive from Sheffield to Milton Keynes with my Steel City comrades. The 2 hour drive down the M1 mainly consisted of me being abused for my unshakable faith in the new Moonclan warband, as well as a discussion around... Continue Reading →