What the FAQ? Understanding the Bastilodon’s save

OK, I admit it – I was entirely bewildered by that Seraphon FAQ.  Luckily, I was able to call in some help from the kind people in the Gloomspite Whatsapp group (shoutout to Craig, Will, Hammy and Nathan), but I’ve seen the discussion and questions continue online.  This is my attempt to provide a definitiveContinue reading “What the FAQ? Understanding the Bastilodon’s save”

Interview with Joel Graham, Winner of Summer Smash

Having made his competitive debut at Border War less than 12 months ago, Joel has arrived on the Australian AOS scene with a bang, following up a 5-1 performance at Cancon 2020 by taking out Summer Smash in Geelong. Let’s take a look at what Joel has to say about Age of Sigmar, Orruk Warclans,Continue reading “Interview with Joel Graham, Winner of Summer Smash”

Ironjawz White Dwarf Battalions: Leaks and Analysis

’Tis impossible to be sure of any thing but Death and Taxes ~ Christopher Bullock (1716) Well lookie here!  Some kind soul has leaked photos of the latest White Dwarf Battalions, and this time around it’s Ironjawz that are getting the love.  Come On You Boyz In Green! We’ve seen a couple of these White DwarfContinue reading “Ironjawz White Dwarf Battalions: Leaks and Analysis”

What Should We Do About Tzeentch?

“Everyone thinks of changing the world, but no one thinks of changing himself.” ~ Leo Tolstoy Following on from Mike Wendel’s contribution to the discussion, I’ll be presenting at my own ideas for what, if anything, should be done in the upcoming Tzeentch FAQ. Disciples of Tzeentch have made quite the impact on the top tables,Continue reading “What Should We Do About Tzeentch?”

Tzeentch, and the Current State of AOS

In their first set of events with their new book, Disciples of Tzeentch came blasting out the traps and won both Cancon and Heat 1 on the same weekend. A lot of high profile players have had the courage to stick their heads above the parapet and share their honest thoughts on that, including theContinue reading “Tzeentch, and the Current State of AOS”

Cancon List Review: Power Picks and Coolest Lists

Well here we go! This weekend will see the biggest AOS Tournament in the world…ever. Hats off to Clint and the team, because it’s a great achievement, and the annual buzz around this event has played a huge part in kickstarting the fantastic AOS scene we are all enjoying here in Australia. Coverage on theContinue reading “Cancon List Review: Power Picks and Coolest Lists”

2020 Wishlist Part Two

All aboard! Part One of our 2020 Wishlist and Predictions focussed in on Battletomes, both confirmed and speculative; here in Part Two, we’ll be looking at pretty much everything else. As always, it’s a chaotic mish mash of things I believe are likely to happen, and what I’d just love to see; but definitely trendingContinue reading “2020 Wishlist Part Two”

2020 AOS Wishlist and Predictions: Battletomes

BAM! 2019 smashed into you with a relentless tide of huge releases, and the early signs are that there will be no rest for the wicked. 2020 will be coming at you like a freight train, and with two new books already announced, the metagame is showing no signs of slowing down any time soon.Continue reading “2020 AOS Wishlist and Predictions: Battletomes”

Have You Ever Went Fast?

Exploring the fastest unit in Age of Sigmar So Gabe Huddlestone posed an interesting question on Twitter: what’s the fastest unit in the game? Gabe set out the following parameters: Movement buffs are included (exploring those is kinda the point!) Teleports aren’t included, obviously You can charge, but can’t include charge buffs (not really sureContinue reading “Have You Ever Went Fast?”

2019: A Year In Plastic

Podcast of the Year Congratualtions to Bush Radio from Measured Gaming: https://mgbushradio.podbean.com/ I do have an interest to declare here, because Joel and Dave are good friends of mine, but these guys have been SMASHING IT. Fair warning, this show gets pretty fucking loose, so it’s not for everybody – and certainly not one toContinue reading “2019: A Year In Plastic”