Battles With the Becker Boys, Part 5

For almost 20 years, my family and I have been good friends with our neighbors across the street, the Becker’s, who have two sons: Nathan (19) and Dylan (18). The “Becker Boys” are ardent video gamers, and recently got into 40K, with Nate choosing Space Marines, and Dylan picking up Space Wolves. I’ve been teaching … Continue reading “Battles With the Becker Boys, Part 5”

Battles with the Becker Boys, Part 4

For almost 20 years, my family and I have been good friends with our neighbors across the street, the Becker’s, who have two sons: Nathan (19) and Dylan (18).  The “Becker Boys” are ardent video gamers, and last year, got into 40K, with Nate choosing Space Marines, and Dylan picking up Space Wolves. In teaching … Continue reading “Battles with the Becker Boys, Part 4”

Battles with the Becker Boys, Part 3

The Jungle is turning 20 years old, and we’re celebrating! Come back every day from February 2 through February 8 for new material! For almost 20 years, my family and I have been good friends with our neighbors across the street, the Becker’s.  Our kids are close in age, and have grown up together like … Continue reading “Battles with the Becker Boys, Part 3”

Battles with the Becker Boys, Part 2

For almost 20 years, my family and I have been good friends with our neighbors across the street, the Becker’s.  Our kids are close in age, and have grown up together like siblings.  The two “Becker Boys”—Nathan (19) and Dylan (18)—are ardent video gamers, but haven’t been interested in 40K, despite knowing for years that … Continue reading “Battles with the Becker Boys, Part 2”

Battles with the Becker Boys, Part 1

For almost 20 years, my family and I have been good friends with our neighbors across the street, the Becker’s.  Our kids are close in age, and have grown up together like siblings.  The two “Becker Boys”—Nathan (19) and Dylan (18)—are ardent video gamers, but haven’t been interested in 40K, despite knowing for years that … Continue reading “Battles with the Becker Boys, Part 1”

BiL Beatdowns: Orks vs. Dvergar

by Kenton Kilgore For decades, Warboss Nadzdrag had led raids and mighty Waaaghs! across the galaxy, burning, looting, killing, in hundreds of battles against untold thousands of Adeptus Astartes, Astra Militarum, Chaos Daemons and Traitors, Aeldari, Tyranids, T’au, and—of course—Orks. But never once in all that time had he experienced this strange sensation, this unfamiliar … Continue reading “BiL Beatdowns: Orks vs. Dvergar”

Drinking From A Firehose: The New Space Marines Codex

If you’re having deja vu, it’s because Games Workshop published a Space Marine codex in 2019, and here we are, a year later, with a brand new one for 9th Edition. So, consider this review a follow-on to the one I did before. As always, I’m not going to cover everything, because there is so … Continue reading “Drinking From A Firehose: The New Space Marines Codex”

Armies of the Jungle: The Kurindans

In this series, we showcase armies used by your humble Jungle Guides. By detailing how the army was collected, how the background and color schemes were developed, and how the army is used on the battlefield, we hope that this series will provide inspiration for those interested in collecting similar armies. First Sergeant Jeremiah Zumwalt … Continue reading “Armies of the Jungle: The Kurindans”

No Point (For Me) In Points Values

Unless someone insists, I’m not going to use Points Values in 40K ever again. Like probably the vast majority of you–barring those folks who started playing during the recently-departed 8th Edition days–I’ve always used Points Values when making my army lists. For many years, I’ve set my lists at 2,000 points, which has meant splitting … Continue reading “No Point (For Me) In Points Values”