The first Warband Preview for the next pair of warbands has dropped and we have seen our first glimpse of the rules for Mollog and his squig collective. Mollog, the mountain, the myth, the legend. Seven wounds from the off means that this behemoth is not going to fall to a one hit K.O., and it... Continue Reading →
The inevitable preamble This review is a rebuttal to the review published by Grand Clash winner and fellow blogger Jamie of Katophrane Relic fame. His deliberately controversial tiering of the warbands was designed to provoke debate within the community; in it he rates the Eyes of the Nine as being in the bottom tier, unable... Continue Reading →
A popular staple of the Underworlds aggro scene, the Orruks have been struggling to carve out a niche in recent metas. I have a look at what the Orruks bring to the table, and go through a decklist to take advantage of these green go-getters!
With the year drawing to a close I thought it might be nice to round out 2018 with a small update on how the blog is actually doing and what our plans are for the future. This post is going to focus more on the logistics of what we are doing as a blog rather... Continue Reading →
Mike versus Tom! An in-depth battle report with decklists, strategy, unforced errors and consistently poor jokes. If you're wanting some tactical analysis of a game of underworlds, here it is!
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 →