June Games Day at Naka Lifelong Learning Center June 24

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Re: June Games Day at Naka Lifelong Learning Center June 24

Postby job on Tue Jun 12, 2018 4:51 am

The Other Dave wrote:
job wrote:@ ToD: 1000 points. Do you need me to tow terrain? I've got a battle mat, hills and such.

Nah, I'll bring my box o' terrain as I'll be coming by car and I still haven't taken it out of the trunk after NagoyaHammer, heh.

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Re: June Games Day at Naka Lifelong Learning Center June 24

Postby Auxryn on Tue Jun 12, 2018 2:36 pm

@Kondrad - SA after lunch sounds great! My team is 30 points, and you get one free Plot Point or Mob or Relic when you fight them. They don't have a nemesis yet.
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Re: June Games Day at Naka Lifelong Learning Center June 24

Postby Konrad on Tue Jun 12, 2018 11:40 pm

Auxryn wrote:@Kondrad - SA after lunch sounds great! My team is 30 points, and you get one free Plot Point or Mob or Relic when you fight them. They don't have a nemesis yet.


Muhahaha again! I'll have to give the Necronomicon a quick look and find some suitable schemes and infernal implements to destroy you wretched do-gooders. My do gooders, actually are quite wretched. I think the Brigadier and his lads are only about 18 or so and mostly a collection of phobias and horrible disfiguring injury.
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Re: June Games Day at Naka Lifelong Learning Center June 24

Postby asch on Wed Jun 13, 2018 12:52 am

Hi, guys!
While I have been away from the board, I am doing fine.
Just dropping by to say sorry, as I have to miss another monthly gathering this month.
It is day minus one from our moving. So every single belonging should be packed in the moving boxes and I have some device installation to attend.
Enjoy and have a good gaming day!
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Re: June Games Day at Naka Lifelong Learning Center June 24

Postby The Other Dave on Wed Jun 20, 2018 12:12 am

A long shot, since it looks like attendance will be thin this month, but would anyone be interested in giving a game of Age of Sigmar a go? The 2nd edition rules are up for download at the GW site, as are the datasheets for every unit, and points values are available if you know where to look. I'm mostly just interested in trying a small-ish 1000-point game or so to see how it works as I think about ponying up for the new starter set.
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Re: June Games Day at Naka Lifelong Learning Center June 24

Postby Konrad on Wed Jun 20, 2018 6:11 am

Been in touch with the Madmiral.
In the morning, GoMo goes Cadillacs and Dinosaurs! Kojibear will agree, take anything, add dinosaurs and it is a better thing.
Afternoon, it's me and Aux and blasphemous horrors from beyond space and time!
You know, they did make, "Lost World" dinosaur rules for S.A many years ago........ I may have just found a use for those not-quite-big-enough-to-ride Raptor models.
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Re: June Games Day at Naka Lifelong Learning Center June 24

Postby job on Thu Jun 21, 2018 1:17 am

@ ToD: Do you have any plans to bring a small Lord of War? I want to ask if it's OK if I bring along my Warglaive? (Considering it is only 1k game it seems any Lords of War are a bit outsized so I want to get your permission.)
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Re: June Games Day at Naka Lifelong Learning Center June 24

Postby The Other Dave on Thu Jun 21, 2018 2:38 am

job wrote:@ ToD: Do you have any plans to bring a small Lord of War? I want to ask if it's OK if I bring along my Warglaive? (Considering it is only 1k game it seems any Lords of War are a bit outsized so I want to get your permission.)

Oh, I was gonna bring both my Helverins, heh. (Really, I'm of the opinion that current balance in 40K is OK enough across the board that it's hard to make an unbeatable list just by bringing a single tough model - and as Armigers are really just Dreadnought-class threats, it's especially true for them. They're LoW so Knight armies can use them at all, rather than because they're particularly powerful.)
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Re: June Games Day at Naka Lifelong Learning Center June 24

Postby job on Thu Jun 21, 2018 3:02 am

The Other Dave wrote:
job wrote:@ ToD: Do you have any plans to bring a small Lord of War? I want to ask if it's OK if I bring along my Warglaive? (Considering it is only 1k game it seems any Lords of War are a bit outsized so I want to get your permission.)

Oh, I was gonna bring both my Helverins, heh. (Really, I'm of the opinion that current balance in 40K is OK enough across the board that it's hard to make an unbeatable list just by bringing a single tough model - and as Armigers are really just Dreadnought-class threats, it's especially true for them. They're LoW so Knight armies can use them at all, rather than because they're particularly powerful.)

Cool. I agree overall, and watching the thread I kind of suspected that is what you may bring. However I think it would be still best practice to just let our opponents know beforehand so they so don't feel caught off guard when we drop a knight.

See you at the tilting ground!
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Re: June Games Day at Naka Lifelong Learning Center June 24

Postby Konrad on Thu Jun 21, 2018 5:28 am

`@Aux- Hey, could we decide on the S.A scenario before Sunday? I'm not sure when my morning game will wrap up and it would save a lot of time. I'm sure you have 16 wins, so it's just a matter of a d6. Even-Threshhold chooses scenario, odd-Lurkers.

@Job and TOD- I don't know why I find the phrase "small Lord of War" so funny.
I just have this image of a Pthyon-esque argument.

Cleese- "But it's just a small Lord of War...."
Palin-"It's a Lord of War! It can't be small, by the very bloody definition of the words Lord-Of-WAR!"
Cleese- (pouts) "It's diminutive. Positively petite."
Palin-"It incinerates cities, crushes whole buildings beneath it's adamantium tread!"
Cleese- "Hamlets, small villages perhaps....."
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