We're firmly in the darkest time of year, when the hopes of millions are in ruins, and evil reigns once again. I mean, of course, that the villainous New England Patriots have once again won the Super Bowl, and while the horrid abhumans who are their fans celebrate, the rest of us gnash our teeth and wail in the loathsome darkness of defeat. But there is much that a player of 40K can learn from (American) football, and I--an unrepentant Steelers fan--will attempt to share it with you as we wait for next season. Righ this way, my friends: settle in for a lengthy read, and please to enjoy.
These were probably not the tiger-striped warriors you were expecting to find on this site....
That's all for now: I have another batrep in the Ongoing Narrative of War campaign that I have to write up for next time, plus more Jungle Top Ten in the pipeline. For more 40K stuff between updates, please follow our Facebook page, and please also check out my sci-fi and fantasy blog.
Here we are, back for more 40K brutality. And to kick off the new year, we have a batrep wherein Wicked Uncle Kenton tries out a new list for his Dvergar Space Dwarves (proxied Orks). This time out, I'm taking on my brother-in-law Drew and his son Freddie. Both of them are beginning players, so we'll see what happens when the Steeljacks clash with Drew's Greenskins and Freddie's Tyranids. Step right this way and scope out Happy Newb Year, 2017.
Jungle Guide Patrick Eibel has been reviewing the 2016 releases from Games Workshop, and as part of his ongoing series, he gives you the Top Ten. For show-and-tell, Jungle Visitor Max Wyatt brought some photos of his way-cool "Liger Exiles," which you can find with other miniatures inspired by the Fighting Tigers. Go see now!
No, those aren't my guys, but they look even better
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Last updated January 2017