Kremmet

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  1. Just a li'l update today of some paint I slapped around tonight. I'm going to a 200 pts LI tournament this Saturday and decided to run this list (scenarios are Fronline, Annihilation, and Quadrant Control so no specialists required): Combined Army ────────────────────────────────────────────────── 10 CHARONTID Lieutenant Plasma Rifle, Sepsitor Plus / Heavy Pistol, Knife. (0 | 77) R-DRONE Flash Pulse, Sniffer / Electric Pulse. (0 | 8) R-DRONE Flash Pulse, Sniffer / Electric Pulse. (0 | 8) IKADRON (Baggage, Repeater) 2 Light Flamethrowers, Flash Pulse / Pistol, Electric Pulse. (0 | 9) IKADRON (Baggage, Repeater) 2 Light Flamethrowers, Flash Pulse / Pistol, Electric Pulse. (0 | 9) ÍMETRON . (0 | 4) ÍMETRON . (0 | 4) Q-DRONE Plasma Rifle / Electric Pulse. (1 | 25) SPECULO KILLER Boarding Shotgun, Smoke Grenades / Pistol, Monofilament CCW, Knife. (1 | 34) MORAT Hacker (EI Hacking Device) Combi Rifle / Pistol, Knife. (0.5 | 22) 2.5 SWC | 200 Points Open in Infinity Army I didn't have my Charontid, Speculo, or Vanguard Hacker ready to go so I thought I'd throw some free time at them this week to get them to a tabletop quality at least. While I pretty much have the Charontid (still needs some basing) and the Speculo ready to go, I did hit a slight hitch in that they're both pretty fugly to me so it was hard to care about the final outcome. I guess I won't feel too bad, but still I wish that CA would get a little love at least model wise. Since an image is worth a thousand words, here ya go!
  2. That is a very large structure.
  3. On the same note, I think that a major alteration like moving from TLoS to volumetrics as seen in WM would warrant some mention. While we don't know for sure, the smart money is on the return of TLoS and all that comes with it.
  4. That is until you roll E/M CCW for all your rolls. Angus needs to practice his stabbin', Red!
  5. That list look straight up rude. I like it!
  6. Interesting that you'd consider gathering information just makes you seem smarter. In your example, who are you debating in the cage if the philosophy professors are observing it? Would you stay on topic about 40k? That would make sense if you were debating yourself there and it would definitely make sense that you'd love it.
  7. I will endeavor to goggle the point in the future.
  8. WestRider is correct. I definitely understood what you were trying to say, but the thread is riddled with this kind of joke. It definitely didn't require this much analysis. Also, since you don't search for "things this simple," you mean breath and not breathe. To breathe is the action while breath is the noun.
  9. How does one bait their breathing? Does it have to do with 120 wounds?
  10. Yeah, I think Munkie was referring to when they said, "that sword, for example, is looking pretty deadly against most things, with the AP-3 helping it against every type of foe" which is pretty blatantly not true. Not saying that the sword isn't improved assuming that most Monstrous Creatures fall into the T6/7 range and are good enough to see the table a fair amount of the time, but that's not the same as "AP-3 helping...against every type of foe."
  11. Having to write the fluffy humor piece instead of an obvious advert (for once) in GW land? If I were there, I'd jump at that punishment every time.
  12. The heads are the same size. Basically they're true scale marines meaning they don't use as exaggerated body proportions that current marines use. They're very obviously larger if you compare the pictures of them next to tanks if you need a visual aid.
  13. They game the [big bad swear word] outta those bonuses.
  14. Gonna have to agree with Fluger here. Mark three, although far from my favorite game, effectively doubled their point system to add more granularity to the game and not to add more models. I also keep reading your assertion about what the clocks are for in Warmachine and you have a fundamental misunderstanding of what they're for. Clocks have been standard in WM since 2012 for all events (long before the current edition launched) and are there to ensure that both players get an equal allotment of the round time. Most games that use the I-go-you-go system would benefit from such an inclusion on a competitive level to remove slow play as a factor. I'm sure most competitive 40k players understand the absurdity that is losing a game because someone brought an all Warp Spider list/horde list and couldn't operate it fast enough to give both players an equal share of the round.
  15. That's definitely true especially with how popular army boards are now. It's much easier lugging around a light and stable army than it is one with a bunch of fiddly, easily-chipped parts. It's also important to remember that, while many armies may be viable, a few will likely be less mentally straining which ups their chances to win considerably in sequential formats.