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  1. 8 points
    As I complete the 40K missions, I will be posting them here for review and play testing (some of you may remember some of my dodgy scoring mechanics from last year). 🙂 You are open to comment and provide feedback whether you are attending OFCC or not. With that being said, here is the first mission: 2019 OFCC 40K - Mission 1 Smoke Screen Description: Pyres and fires and smoke…oh my! Between the smoky battlefield and shifting winds, defeating your opponent may be a challenge. Deployment: Vanguard Strike Special Rules: Place 3 Objective Markers on the diagonal centerline, one in the middle and two 24” from each corner Fires and Smoke: Place two Pyre markers 24” from each short table edge in the center of the table. Each marker leaves a 12” path of smoke blowing in a random direction. Roll a d6 at the beginning of each game turn to determine direction. (Note: Direction is relevant to the player who takes first turn) Right - >> Left - << Towards - vv Away - ^^ Away from each other - <> Towards each other - >< Any ranged attack that crosses a single line of smoke is considered Low Visibility and Hit Roles have a -1 penalty. With two lines of smoke, Hit Roles have a -2 penalty. Primary Scoring: At the end of the game, each objective marker is worth 2 victory points to the player who controls it. A player controls an objective marker if they have more models within 3" than their opponent. Bonus Scoring: If you killed a non-vehicle model while shooting in Low Visibility – 1 Point If you destroyed a vehicle while shooting in Low Visibility – 2 Points 2019 OFCC 40K - Mission 2 Fallout Description: It’s time for the annual “gift” exchange on this world. Make sure to leave your “gift” in a place your opponent will be sure to find it. Deployment: Dawn of War Special Rules: Each player will receive a Fallout token to be placed in their opponent’s deployment zone prior to deployment. The token must be placed on the table surface or on the lowest level of a terrain feature. Each token emits radiation for 9” in every direction. For every model that ends its movement phase partially or completely within the radiation bubble, roll a die. On a 4+, that model suffers a mortal wound. Primary Scoring: Every 100 points worth of enemy units destroyed by the end of the game (rounded to the nearest 100) is worth 1 Victory Point. Bonus Scoring: If your Fallout zone killed at least one enemy model – 1 point If your Fallout zone kills at least two of your own models – 2 points
  2. 7 points
    ROGRE

    Random Photo Thread

  3. 7 points
    WestRider

    Random Photo Thread

  4. 5 points
    andozane

    Random Photo Thread

  5. 4 points
    Raindog

    Rose City Raid

    Swag and Prizes: A few things are missing: A packet of gummi bears (given to my wife, a pencil, a bumper sticker (on a terrain box), tufts of fake grass for bases (I gave mine to Pete @Exile), and a Secret Weapons Base). The OFCC patch is a teaser for this years OFCC. You know you want to attend! The Cascadia and extra Rose City Raid patch are for Joel @PaladinX. I bought him a Drunk Yuan Yuan, but already has that. The Plastruct pieces are going to him since they match his table (Spoiler!) The second Drunk Yuan Yuan is going to @Omx8, leaving the last one for me! The Mat and Battle Systems Terrain were my prize. They are four 2 foot by 2 foot mats - perfect for my risers. The Battle Systems Terrain is dense card board. I am going to break it out at the club and play test it soon. Congrats @thediceabide, @Natetehaggresar, @WiseKensai, and Than for running a great event!
  6. 4 points
    Raindog

    Rose City Raid

    All pictures are up for grabs. Use them as you like.
  7. 4 points
  8. 4 points
    Challenges which have been given and accepted: BDSM vs Infil Traitors BDSM vs warhamsters
  9. 4 points
    It is a single model and can only be earned one time 🙂
  10. 4 points
    Recorded! Feel free to celebrate this moment by playing the first 40K mission published at:
  11. 4 points
    Raindog

    Random Photo Thread

  12. 4 points
    Oops 🙂 This is the actual first challenge, and I will amend my previous post!
  13. 4 points
    Hey! I challenged team imperial krusaders @Lyraeus quite awhile ago in their thread here is a reminder... @evil_bryan
  14. 3 points
    Muninn

    Imperial Fist Bumps Team Page

    *Holds out fist in greeting* Hi all. We're the Imperial Fist Bumps. We have been coming to OFCC since 2014, and have been there most years since. This thread is to post our army lists & photos. Members/Armies for 2019: Karl (Captain): Admech (with allies) Justin: Space Marines, Orks, or Ynnari Jesse: Raven Guard Matt: Red Corsairs We'll post more as we get closer.
  15. 3 points
    VonVilkee

    Imperial Fist Bumps Team Page

    Those seedy drunken hooligans are the best part of the pictures! Especially the ones in the yellow shirts...
  16. 3 points
    Muninn

    Imperial Fist Bumps Team Page

    If I cut every seedy drunken hooligan out of my pictures I'd have no pictures left.
  17. 3 points
    andozane

    GW Contrast paint chart

    Wow, that one has expanded to so many other primers....nice find.
  18. 3 points
    thediceabide

    Rose City Raid

    @Raindog you'd better believe I'll be running it next year...
  19. 3 points
    Raindog

    Rose City Raid

    Pete took fifth! I was 9th. Stephen was 20th! Jeff as an unpracticed ringer was 36. Overall, we averaged 17th for Ordo or 11th if you take the top 3 player, - Not bad for a soft, fun loving meta! More Info Here I am overjoyed Jeff( @Sgt. Rock) won the terrain raffle (and a bit jealous). I hope Adam runs this next year ( @thediceabide) Next year, I hope Bermen, Evan, and Aaron can play! For those of you considering going to the Eureka, California event, I can vouch for the guys. They are solid! Now, go buy your OFCC Tickets! Photos used with permission by Brian Nichols
  20. 3 points
    Inquisitor66

    The End is Nigh

    I wonder how well this would scale down. Thinking faster games at the 2-3k pts level.
  21. 3 points
    I got a chance to test this mission out with @Gorgosaurusrex today, and I thought it was great! I was worried that moving the smoke every turn might be a lot of book keeping, but it really wasn't. We used two markers for each line of smoke and it was easy to keep track of. We did encounter one unclear point about the low visibility rule, which is whether or not it affects units that do not require line of sight to shoot (a Whirlwind, in my case). We agreed that the smoke should not impact these units for our game, but you may want to add a sentence to the rules just to clarify whether it does or doesn't. Overall, the mission was easy to setup and play, and it added a fun new element that isn't game-breaking. I enjoyed it!
  22. 3 points
    Hobbying is more or less proceeding apace. I'm more ore less on track to have my Renegades and Heretics ready for this year's OFCC. I still have to paint up about 16 troopers, 2 Russes, and the 2 sentinels you see below. Here are some pics: Sentinels WIP And some militia and Command Squad troopers And some random images from March of all my R&H infantry... Enjoy!
  23. 3 points
    BenKerr

    T9A at OFCC 2019

    Paid 🤑🤑
  24. 3 points
    I am down for a KT game at 430
  25. 3 points
    BenKerr

    T9A at OFCC 2019

    I have a fully painted DE army I can bring, just would like to bring out the new toys 😄 also first round grudge anyone???? 🙂
  26. 3 points
    TheBeninator

    T9A at OFCC 2019

    This is my project. 15 Kings guard and 15 + 5 to be built deep watch. Once I finish these two units I’ll be about 90% painted.
  27. 3 points
    getting more conversions done on my display board platform vehicles and testing out some airbrushing ideas.
  28. 3 points
    InfestedKerrigan

    Random Photo Thread

    Floof doing what floofs do best.
  29. 3 points
    Have open spots for JBLM housing maintenance if anyone knows someone looking. Even just a kid with a good drivers license looking for summer work. 40hrs, steady. Spots for all skill levels, hit me up. Thanks!
  30. 3 points
    That is a good question and it has not been decided yet. I know of at least one other mission that will need markers and I do plan to provide those. It may come down to how much time I have to prep things. :)
  31. 3 points
    The gauntlet has been thrown, and KMB accepts the challenge!
  32. 3 points
    PumpkinHead

    Team B.D.S.M.

    @VonVilkee
  33. 3 points
    Eff it. I'll sign on. I was going to come by and socialize anyway, doesn't take much more effort to build a couple lists and bring my dudez.
  34. 2 points
    bunkbess20

    Rose City Raid

    congrats to all looked like an awsome event! Tables looked awsome and the swag looked top notch. Super jelly of the ordo patch though as it looks amazing. Made it down to the tidewater infinity area to battle for a patch there and just did the rustbelt ruckus hope to one day make it to ordo and rose city raid at some point in time to nab those patches.
  35. 2 points
    Happy to be there with my Big Bug list that i'll be taking to the Fluger Fundraising tournament this weekend. We'll be rocking Misison 4: Quest for Glory. Get ready for some mayhem!
  36. 2 points
    Sgt. Rock

    Rose City Raid

    Nice haul! I wish I could have brought home one of those mats to go with my new terrain, but I guess I'll have to break down and buy one. I found a guy on Etsy who does vinyl ones for pretty cheap, and they get good reviews, but I'm skeptical of vinyl mats.
  37. 2 points
    scotthartman

    Fanaticus Founders Cup 2019

    "Want" is a bit of stretch. "Accept" is more accurate. 2 chaos dwarves and 2 dwarves, yay 😞
  38. 2 points
    Weav

    Fanaticus Founders Cup 2019

    By popular request, the FFC this year will REMOVE the Death Zone rule that prohibits teams from hiring Star Players in the semi-finals and finals.
  39. 2 points
    This army is mainly a chance to show off my conversions all in one place. Plus in the case of a bad matchup, the Tank Commander becomes close-combat only and the Dreadknight always forgets to charge as well as his psychic phase and stands and shoots from out in the open.
  40. 2 points
    It looks like a fun list! I look forward to seeing all those termies in action. Plus, winning is over-rated. My OFCC record is currently at 1 win-1 draw-8 losses. :)
  41. 2 points
    InfestedKerrigan

    The End is Nigh

    Apocalypse Faction Focus: Asuryani Fast. Deadly. Graceful. The Asuryani – also known as the Craftworld Aeldari – are an incredible army in Apocalypse and the subject of today’s Apocalypse Faction Focus! Read on for a look at their play style, top units, and a couple of deadly Command Assets to whet your appetite. Play Style Asuryani Detachments have nigh-unparalleled speed and versatility thanks to their Battle Focus ability. Usually, the Assault order allows you to make a Move action at double your Move characteristic, followed by a Fight action. Asuryani armies can instead follow up with a Shoot action using their Small Arms.* This allows you to close on your foes with terrifying quickness while maintaining a withering hail of fire. Of course, don’t let the reputation of the Asuryani as fast but fragile corsairs fool you – they’ve got big guns to threaten even the heaviest of armoured columns. If you like, your Craftworlds Apocalypse army could be made up of shoals of grav-tanks, or perhaps an indomitable horde of wraith constructs fighting under the banner of Iyanden. Top Units Wraithguard The flexibility of an infantry unit combined with some of the 41st Millennium’s deadliest weapons – Wraithguard are awesome in Apocalypse. Armed with D-scythes and wraithcannons, they’ll make short work of anything in your way, and are great to have on-side for dealing with enemy Super-heavy units. Rangers In Apocalypse, every single unit matters – and often, your small support squads can be the key to tipping the scales in your favour. Rangers are an easily overlooked pick for Asuryani armies that work as a precision scalpel for excising enemy Characters. Thanks to Deep Strike, you’ll be able to ensure they’re where you need them on the battlefield, while their long rifles’ Sniper rule allows you to target enemy Characters with savage accuracy. In Apocalypse, units left leaderless are “Out of Command”, meaning they’re at risk of routing in the Damage phase. A few squads of these itinerant stalkers can prove very effective indeed. Wraithknight Fast, graceful and armed with enough guns to turn a Leman Russ into a particularly sad (and hot) puddle – you’ve got to love the Wraithknight. On the massive scale of Apocalypse, these gigantic wraith constructs are invaluable in an Asuryani army. The titanic ghostglaive, in particular, is monstrously effective, easily able to scrap an Imperial Knight in a single Fight phase when combined with the Wraithknight’s impressive Attacks characteristic of 4. Top Command Assets Sometimes, you absolutely, utterly, completely need a unit destroyed. For those times, you’ll need Doom – a deadly Asuryani Command Asset that all but ensures an opponent’s destruction. Other Asuryani Command Assets open up new strategies and allow you to get the most out of your favourite units – or represent your preferred Craftworld on the battlefield. Swordwind, for instance, allows for Biel-Tan forces to shred their foes with Small Arms fire. If you’re looking to unleash your Asuryani on the battlefields of Apocalypse, you don’t have long to wait! Secure your Apocalypse set next weekend (alongside the Craftworlds Vanguard Detachment box) – and expand your army today with the Start Collecting! Craftworlds set. Apocalypse is available to pre-order from June 29th – alongside several sizes of super-useful movement trays, the new Crusade Case XL, a series of Detachment boxes and more. Learn more about what you’ll be able to get your hands on in our preview, and don’t forget to watch the How to Play video with Becca Scott. * In Apocalypse, weapons are grouped into broad categories. Don’t let the name Small Arms fool you – this is a vast category encompassing everything from shuriken pistols to fusion guns.
  42. 2 points
    I'll be there for my Kill team and the OFCC rewind, looking for a 430pm KT game, and a 6pm 40k game!
  43. 2 points
    Only three more nights to stake a claim on Psi Delta-X and be in the running for June's prize draw!! ill be there with Kill teams to spare.
  44. 2 points
    InfestedKerrigan

    The End is Nigh

    Apocalypse Faction Focus: Legiones Daemonica …or as you might know them, Daemons of Chaos! In today’s Faction Focus for Apocalypse, we’re looking at how the insidious children of the warp fare in Apocalypse. Read on for a guide to their play style, some top units and some truly evil Command Assets… Play Style In Apocalypse, Daemon armies can be broken into two elements – a core of horde infantry that’s fast and deadly in melee, and an elite cadre of monstrous Greater Daemons. As Skull Cannons and units of Horrorsbombard the enemy with sorcerous projectiles, the rest of your army will move in for the kill, shrugging off heavy enemy fire with ease thanks to their Daemonic Invulnerability rule. The Legiones Daemonica unit roster is incredibly diverse, and when combined with the permissive army building of Apocalypse, allows you to unleash forces seldom seen on tabletops. An eightfold council of Bloodthirsters? A rippling pack of Screamers, Burning Chariots and Heralds? A ceaseless legion of Plaguebearers? Or perhaps stranger combos of your own invention – just what would an Apocalypse-sized army of Nurglings look like? Legiones Daemonica armies also benefit from all sorts of nifty interlocking synergies with their heretical allies, like Heralds of each of the Gods bolstering the strength of any units which share their patron and the Daemon keyword. Daemon Princes, Possessed and Daemon Engines make for cracking choices in a Chaos army and give you even more choice when writing your lists. Top Units Rotigus Rotigus makes for an incredibly useful unit in pretty much any Apocalypse Legiones Daemonica army. Like all Nurgle units in the army, he’s capable of ignoring damage on a 6+, while his Deluge of Nurgle ability gives him a chance to inflict extra damage whenever he manifests a psychic power, allowing you to maximise the use of these already-powerful Command Assets. Fiends of Slaanesh Fiends of Slaanesh are fast, strong in close-combat, and look awesome. If that were the end of the story, they’d still be a great choice – but their ability to mess with enemy Psykers with Psychic Backlash makes them a must-have. Skarbrand In Apocalypse, there is a time for tactics, and there is a time for kicking face – and when that time comes, you want Skarbrand on your side. If a problem cannot be solved by the violent, and sudden, application of this legendary Greater Daemon, it is likely not worth solving. Skarbrand boasts a host of incredibly powerful attacks that allow him to chew through Light and Heavy units alike with impunity. Skarbrand also amps up the attacks of nearby units, making him an excellent combo with other Bloodthirsters or allied Chaos units like Khorne Bezerkers. Just be careful – this ability affects everyone, including your foes. Top Command Assets Daemons have many Command Assets that are psychic powers, representing their peerless reality-warping powers on the battlefield. As befits the Chaos God of Sorcery, Tzeentch’s Command Assets are particularly nifty, with Infernal Gateway allowing you to punch holes in closely-grouped foes. Another excellent Command Asset for Daemons is Denizens of the Warp which, with a lucky roll, allows you to return slain units to battle. It’s perfect for a last-minute objective grab – or surprising your enemy with a Greater Daemon they thought they’d dealt with already… If you’re looking to unleash the Dark Gods’ most terrifying servants on a truly horrifying scale, Apocalypse is the game for you! Check out the rest of our Faction Focuses on the Index – while if you’re eager to get your hands on some Daemons right away, why not grab a Start Collecting! set? Apocalypse is available to pre-order from June 29th – alongside several sizes of super-useful movement trays, the new Crusade Case XL (which can easily hold a couple of Greater Daemons), a series of Detachment boxes and more. Learn more about what you’ll be able to get your hands on in our preview, and don’t forget to watch the How to Play video with Becca Scott.
  45. 2 points
    VonVilkee

    Starting Up Necromunda

    My Orlocks "The Scholars of Mayhem" love this idea hell we'd even play defender... Riding a top and spraying bullets all the way!
  46. 2 points
    fluger

    Starting Up Necromunda

    That's 48" of Train...
  47. 2 points
  48. 2 points
    VonVilkee

    Bellingham Warhamsters OFCC 2019

    Army changes...
  49. 2 points
    WestRider

    OFCC Lists?

    I had a lot of fun the year I brought Mech Guard. That looks like a pretty good mix to me.
  50. 2 points
    But Crisis Suits are good now! I can vouch for this guy, as he is my brother 😎
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