Next episode, we will of course discuss Dragonflight, the second pack in the Forever War fan expansion. Tell us which card is your favorite and why, and let us know what your overall impressions are!
The second pack of the Forever War fan expansion has just been released. Check it out: http://foreverwar.de.
Happy New Year from us to you!
We’re back! Just in time to help you bring 2014 to a good conclusion. We discuss Project Boombastic and look back at Signs in the Stars. Also, Torsten talks Forever War and Daniel brings you the latest news on the End Times storyline (which, fair warning, completely derails into a theological discussion based on decades old D&D campaigns) and what happens to the elves there.
Elves. Khaine’t live with them, khaine’t live without them.
Good news everyone! We’re still alive, and we hope you are too. This episode, we address that whole issue of us being alive but not recording all the time. We also talk about FFG getting owned (go to BGG for some more talk about that), the new LCG rotation policy, and the Project Boombastic test run. In addition, we look at the current state of everyone’s favorite Invasion, alternative formats to keep things fresh (we said we’d put that stuff in the episode post, but we lied cause we know what’s good for you, and made a separate page), and deliver some more news (and spoilers!) from the tabletop’s End Times storyline.
And. That’s. Not. All. We also would like to point you to Duelyst, a project by the always amazing Eric M. Lang. Finally, Daniel, who has shocking tales about recent developments at his friendly local gaming store, would like you to check out the games he singlehandedly made happen: Kings of War and Strange Aeons.
Hey! Long time, no poll! But here’s a new one. FFG is implementing a rotation policy for all its LCG with tournament play. Is that something you would have liked to see for Warhammer: Invasion? In this form or another? Or do you dislike the idea?