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  2. WestRider

    New Kill Team boxed set / rules / etc.

    Nice! They got pretty much everything I'd want for a Necron Team. Very interested in what shows up tomorrow.
  3. generalripphook

    Warhamsters 7/17 We still make threads, don't we?

    Wahoo! Expanse!
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  5. jollyork

    Tuesday 7/17 - Ordo Game Night at WOW

    Likely late, if at all, so can't bank on a game. Maybe I'll just show up and sweat to some oldies for a bit.
  6. Interested in coming down... I might bring a second player as well. Both would be US.
  7. updated the roster. Added a note about mission objectives.
  8. Added you to the roster. now we have 7 out of 12
  9. I'm pretty sure greyson and i are playing rebellion
  10. KennyD76

    What's new with Malifaux?

    Haven't played in a few years what's new? What would I need to start playing again. How active is the game?
  11. pretre

    New Kill Team boxed set / rules / etc.

    Ancient, remorseless and relentless, the Necrons will stop at nothing to reconquer the galaxy, launching not just frontal assaults but daring scalpel strikes behind enemy lines to disrupt the works of the lesser races. In Kill Team, the Necrons are as durable and powerful as ever – read on to learn more… Necrons, as you’d expect, are a great shooting kill team, advancing slowly on the foe while laying down a hail of gauss firepower. Options like synaptic disintegrators and tesla carbines provide even more options for slaying enemies at range. Necrons aren’t just great at shooting – they’re also very, very hard to kill. Every time you make an Injury Roll to see if a Necron goes out of action for good, there’s a chance that they’ll be fully restored instead. Nasty! Ever wanted to build a more unusual kind of Necron army, like a court of Flayed Ones, or a Cryptek’s modified super soldiers? Kill Team is the perfect chance to convert and construct a more bespoke kind of Necron collection. Warriors aren’t fancy, but they’re still a great source of gauss weapons in your kill team. It’s not just a name – Immortals boast excellent Save and Toughness and are a great bulwark for your kill team as well as a source of some devastating firepower. Capable of taking out foes at range with their synaptic disintegrators, these Necron assassins make fantastic Sniper specialists. Need some close-combat support? A Flayed One (or two) adds a lot of diversity to your kill team by slashing up anyone who gets too close to your squad. What better way to kick off the Shooting phase than by hijacking your enemy’s best unit, then using it to kill their second-best unit? From Space Marines to Tyranid Warriors, this Tactic lets you make short work of armoured opponents. Getting a Necron kill team together is easy – and not just because of Leadbelcher Spray paint… By splitting up the Deathmarks and Immortals box, you’ll be able to get the more elite elements of your kill team in one place – before branching out with some Necron Warriors or Flayed Ones. There are still more Kill Team Focuses to come – check back tomorrow, when we’ll be looking closely at the kill teams of the Heretic Astartes… The post Kill Team Focus: Necrons appeared first on Warhammer Community.
  12. Skkipper

    stupid TSHFT list

    okay finished with 2 wins and 3 losses. I just got shot off the field in three games. fun games and I am ready to start taking "real" lists to the next event I play in.
  13. rudra34

    OFCC 2018 Friday FACE PUNCH ITS

    Damn you Biotechvore! 😄
  14. Exile

    GenCon Shoppers?

    Hey gang, just putting some feelers out for the North Portland Infinity guys - Is anybody on here planning on traveling to GenCon, and could do some ninja-shopping? Please let me know ASAP!
  15. DisruptiveConduct

    Tuesday 7/17 - Ordo Game Night at WOW

    ya @jollyork bring out those giant robots to fight tiny ones!
  16. Dark Trainer

    Tuesday 7/17 - Ordo Game Night at WOW

    I'm hoping to be there, would love a 40k game. Maybe Mooney, JollyOrk, or another? Need to finish flushing my crons.
  17. Burk

    Tuesday 7/17 - Ordo Game Night at WOW

    im there. i will mars, or ss
  18. DisruptiveConduct

    Tuesday 7/17 - Ordo Game Night at WOW

    @Inquisitor66 care to take on the Genestealer Cult? might be a sweatbox in the club so i understand if you skip out.
  19. Brother Glacius

    NW Warmaster?

    Not sure if there is a 'scene' yet. I've heard people were playing locally again. That is apparently all I needed to trigger my ADD and starting buying them again. *sigh* Other than that, I do plan on teaching my friend how to play and hopefully add it to my rotation. And it looks like at least Scott is up for some games as well. What do you have for armies?
  20. DisruptiveConduct

    Warhamsters 7/17 We still make threads, don't we?

    me! hehehe
  21. alexcragg

    5th Edition flash back

    I feel the same way, 5th edition was the best base rule set. They just kept adding unnecessary details after that. What I wouldn't give for a 5th ed. rules set with the current GW codex release and desire to tweek the game. Gods of Chaos that would be amazing!
  22. WestRider

    Rate the Last Movie You Saw

    Leprechaun 4: In Space: Even without the knowledge that it was a direct to video release in 1995, the title alone should be all the info you need to determine whether or not you'll enjoy this movie.
  23. paxmiles

    AOS During the Week

    I suppose the WOW game nights are just as open to AoS as they are anything else. That's tuesdays and sundays, I'm pretty sure. Also, updated the warhammer store hillsboro's league info.
  24. paxmiles

    5th Edition flash back

    I loved blood angels in 5th. They'd bring out their storm raven and I'd auto-hit it with a vindicator's demolisher shell. They'd put our their FNP bubble and I'd kill them with another vindicator's demolisher shell. I love my vindicators.
  25. paxmiles

    Rate the Last Movie You Saw

    Inquisitor (1996) 2/5 GW live action short film about an inquisitor and some dark angels just barely surviving against chaos. Worth seeing as a fan of 40k just for the costumes and setting, otherwise it's really bad. Streaming this guy is found on youtube.
  26. paxmiles

    Rate the Last Movie You Saw

    Howard the Duck (1986) 3/5. I think when they released this one, it's target audience simply didn't exist. Strange film, but it really isn't anything unusual compared to modern anime, Marvel and CGI films. It was good. Campy, corny, but watchable and the films grows on you as it progresses - didn't really like it at the start and loved it at the end. Despite adult sexual themes in portions, there's no blood or realistic violence (very cartoony violence in places). If you watch it, watch the side characters when they get captured. They keep getting trapped in easily escapable situations where they usually choose to remain trapped for unclear reasons. I had fun with this one. And the stop-motion "final boss form" at the end is amazing - they did a really good job both in syncing the stop motion to the live action and in just making a really cool stop-motion creature. Watched it because it's one of the first films set in the Marvel universe, with the 1944 captain america being the first and this being the second. It's also on wikipedia's list of worst films of all time. Not worth owning, but I did like this one.
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