This Halloween, I dressed up as a podcaster!
I was not only a part of an interview on the 11th Company pod cast, but I also co-hosted this week’s episode of Jaded GamerCast! Two podcasts in three days is a decent amount of podcasting for some one who isn’t officially involved in any podcasts. Continue reading
I meant to do a post last week but was overcome with a fairly serious case of lazy / writer’s block. This week, however, my blog post has practically written itself!
Today I’m going to pull back the curtain a little to show what went into us pulling the Primarch card at the Isstvan V tournament weekend we hosted on the weekend of February 26-27, 2011.
(If you just want to see the Primarchs as we used them in this campaign tournament, skip past all the how-come? and why-for? explanations to the bottom –just below the second line-up shot of all the Primarchs are all the rules and models we used for our campaign tournament.)
Before the tournament weekend, we barely hinted to people that the Primarchs themselves would be making an appearance at the Isstvan V tournament weekend.
Tournament Wrap Up
So, I’m being lazy. However, my tournament co-conspirator–and a very important one-third of the team behind the Horus Heresy tournament (as well as the 14th Black Crusade we ran in June, 2010) just updated her blog, giving the run down on the elements running (sometimes behind the scenes of) our tournament–believe me though, we use the word “tournament” rather loosely when we talk about this event.
I decided to just re-post what Teri entered for today, seeing as how if I were handling the same topic today, I’d just paraphrase everything she wrote (plus she calls me “brilliant” –I seem to always dodge the accolades, so getting it down on my blog means it’s real….right?)
Mortarion vs Corax (and lone Grey Knight)
Here’s Teri’s March 3, 2011 post:
This weekend, the Horus Heresy was launched.
Several Space Marine legions under the command of the Warmaster Horus, betrayed and butchered Marines in service to the Emperor of mankind, leaving few alive.
Well, the Horus Heresy weekend tournament has wrapped up, and what a great weekend! Seriously, I’ve never finished up a tournament feeling as positive as this one! The tournaments we run tend not to be hyper competitive, and this one exemplified this (despite the quantity of HARD lists that were at the tournament).
To say the least, work, family life –and the Isstvan Tournament have kept me too damn busy (and sapped my energy) to feel like posting here. It’s been too long since my last post!
Now, it’s just five days and a wake-up until the Horus Heresy is ignited by the Massacre on Isstvan V; and I find myself scrambling to get all the loose ends finalised.