Steve took Khador to that tournament from last weekend that Darrell ran.
Quick editing note: for some reason, Darrell’s audio for the second half didn’t make it through, so there are a few weird moments where it sounds like we’re talking to an echo. Only a few, but they’re in there, and I’m sorry about that.
Kassem’s audio DID make it through… he just didn’t say much! Anyway! Here’s Steve’s episode from that tournament!
It’s about time we got around to talking about every single model in Khador. Yes, even that one.
Actually, technically we don’t discuss Malakov2 again. We’ve already talked about that dude way more than he deserves.
Greetings all! Yet another battle report coming your way from the Combo Smite crew. This one has nothing to do with tournaments or competitive play but is more entertaining than any of the Rocky movies – except perhaps the one with Bullwinkle.
This battle report features Old Witch vs pMadrak in a no holds barred fight to the finish is a horrid example of elder abuse. For this report, in a classic role reversal Aaron will be playing the part of the old maid and I (Darrell) will be playing the part of the unruly combative drunkard.
I said this would go up Wednesday… it goes up Friday… which is a little like Wednesday in that they both involve the word “day”! So… better late than never?
So on Saturday, the Combo Smite crew made the field trip down to Hobby Kingdom in Burlington, Ontario. This was my second time in the venue (the last time for my foray into “Hardcore” with Menoth, which was completely enjoyable if somewhat unsuccessful!), but the first time for Nick, Aaron, Darrell, and Kassem. Great venue, tonnes of fun… and a solid 27 players that showed up!
Nick is writing up his own reports from the event, but I do so love writing battle reports, and hopefully my (mis)adventures can help other Cygnar players!
Last weekend we traveled down the road to Hamilton today to compete in the Youngbloods tournament taking place alongside the Southern Ontario Open Master’s tournament as you may have heard about in our last podcast. Apparently this was the largest Warmachine tournament ever held in Canada at 88 participants. Pretty impressive.
We, however were entered in the Youngbloods, which is a smaller scale 35 pt tournament targeted more at newer players, which may not accurately describe us but we are still bad enough that we fit in just fine. It was only 14 players which is significantly less than 88 but still the largest tournament I or any of the Combosmite crew have participated in. Continue reading →