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Our final preview article for the Sisters of Battle expansion Defenders of the Faith from Team Apoka.
Take a look at some of the new cards from Team Apoka's Sisters of Battle Deluxe Expansion, Defenders of the Faith!
Take a look at some of the new cards from Team Apoka's Sisters of Battle Deluxe Expansion, Defenders of the Faith! This is part two in our four part coverage series.
The final warpack review for conquest. Come on in and see if the last pack is a stud or a dud.
Can the Eldar forces fend off the forces of destruction threatening our great game. This review won't tell answer that, but it will tell you want people think about the cards in this pack.
Let's step things up a notch and make the game a little harder: Conscripts, Survivalist and Rokkit Launcha? PFFFFT, these are easy cards to build around.
Now we look at a card that is seen to be almost as bad as Guardian Mesh Armour. Almost.
You wait ages for a new 40k article, then three come along at once.
Keeping up with the theme, the Heresy mini-series looks at another card that doesn't usually make the cut: Rokkit Launcha.
Don't worry though: this splurge of articles is now officially a mini-series. 4 episodes, then we'll stop and think on a different topic. After all, we push our luck, and the inquisition will be after us.
Hope there's some provoking of thoughts going on here.
The nice thing about doing gameplay articles is that you don't have to wait for the next warpack to do a new article. We're diving in nice and fast onto another card: Eldar Survivalist!
Pick a card, any card. Now work out how to make it work, in a useful and competitive way.
That's the premise of Heresy, looking at the cards which aren't well recognised 5/5 super-cards, but the ones that usually don't make the cut.
Life has gotten in the way so this review is late and I have no one to blame but myself. But better late then never and lots of reviewers.
Some have asked if this is the worst pack ever. Our reviewers don't think so but just how good do they think the pack is? Failure to read this review is unforgivable.
We have a full house today. Come see what people thought of the newest release for Conquest, the Jungles of Nectavus
The final installment of the the Legions of Death Box. Come see what the groups are the goodies and the baddies.
Today the former champion of Urien, Whiteblade222, has joined us to review the warlords of the new deluxe box. Will they be better than the cards reviewed yesterday, or Urien himself, take a look. (Spoiler: It would be hard not to be.)
Due to the size of the deluxe box we are breaking it up like we did with the 'Nid box. First up are the neutrals and existing factions, next will be the warlords and their signatures, finally we will see all the regular necron cards. Come see what people thought of the non-necrons in this installment.
Hi! My name is Kyle (aka. crabshack101 on CardgameDB) and I am author on a site called Aeither.net. I have been platting LCGs for a few years now and recently decided to start writing article on it. I have a board game column on the same site so i figured I would expand into LCGs since i love them. I tend to play them for fun and build interesting fun decks to see how they work in all games today i have build a Warhammer 40k Conquest deck. Check out this new deck build discussion for a Smash Gun Battery deck!
We are joined today by two new reviewers as well as many of the regulars for the review of the last pack from the Planetfall cycle. Step right in to what we agree on (not much) and what we disagree on (a lot more than last time) and leave comments letting us know what we got wrong.
Join us for review of the latest warpack, Wrath of the Crusader. Today we are joined by six reviewers all offering their insights into this new pack
“Worr, what is he good for?”. Just about everything it would seem.
Now that the store championship season has come to a close I thought that I’d make an article to collect my thoughts on Worr, as well as giving the community a platform to further discuss him. I’ve tested out pretty much every combination of Worr that I can think of and have had good success with him competitively, so I felt an article would be the next step.
This article has been split into the following sections: Introduction, Signature cards, Tactics, and Decklists. It’s also been built to be predominately beginner friendly with certain insights that more experienced players will (hopefully) enjoy. With that out of the way, let’s begin!
Deadly Salvage got some low reviews last time, want to know what lurks below them? (Hint: not this pack)
"Dem Orkz got a Mek for a boss! Dat's just sad, dat is."
A whole warpack behind schedule (though not for those of us in the UK still waiting for Deadly Salvage to arrive), here comes the next instalment of The Chime of Eons.
Thanks for reading!
In this episode, your hosts Eric, Charlie, Tyler and Davis discuss what we have been up to since the last cast. We discuss the warlords that we have been playing as well as the new spoilers that were released on our Facebook page!
Our reviewers dive into to rumble that is the lastest warpack. Can anything be salvaged? Read more to find out.
“The politics of my people are as the desires of kings compared to the selfish needs of children when measured against your ‘empire’ of man. However, even a king, or a queen, may from time to time find herself in need of childish things…”
- Salaine Morn, Archon of the Shadowed Thorns Kabal
The Chime of Eons returns to your screens, with Salaine Morn and Ba'aa Ba'aa Black Stool here to commit hate crimes on your Emperor-worshipping ass.
Sometimes bad things happen to good people and the game state becomes comes confused. This article discusses one players view of how to address some of these issues. This is essentially a mirror of the AGOT version of this article using Conquest examples.