Hello listeners! This week we do the last OTC battle reports we’re going to cover in the main stream (Kassem may yet talk about how he did on “Strategy Street”, but that’s up to him!). Mostly, we talk with Darrell about Menoth, but I managed to sneak in Todd’s batreps in the week since we recorded… so enjoy!
This week we’re doing another time-warp episode doing analysis on Todd’s tournament results.
I really enjoy doing these episodes, and I’m looking forward to doing another batch of them soon (I’m running another tournament in February, and then there’s the Ontario Team Championships, another tournament in April… lots of batreps, lots of analysis, lots of good things!).
Anyway! Give a listen, and remember that the analysis and tournament were both pre-Errata! Heck, we recorded the first half pre-Winter-holidays!
This week we have another set of battle reports for you to check out, fresh off the tournament-circuit… and we recruited the help of one of the Four New Gamers, Rob!
Great event, and for a solid cause… good luck at the WTC, Team Canada! And for our listeners, and opportunity to listen to a bunch of battles and learn some valuable lessons!
Sorry for the delay due to my computer/software sucking last week… but your patience has been rewarded!
It’s a doozy, folks. Another 5 hours, talking about all the pointy eared genocidal maniacs. ALL of them. For five consecutive hours!
Do let us know what we got wrong! Menoth is coming up next week! Because, obviously, spending over 10 hours recording and editing a podcast in a week is a totally reasonable thing for me to do! ^_^
(We really are going to try and keep them under 4 hours from now on… this is getting a little ridiculous!)
You’ll all have to excuse the pun in the title… I am a man of simple pleasures (and a simple mind, obviously!).
This week for the podcast I was granted the pleasure of tangling blades and bombs against Todd’s Retribution. Mostly, it was an excuse for me to either get a Judicator on the table (I loves me my Judicator) or High Reclaimer Silent Bob (who I have never tried yet, but looks super-awesome-fun!).
Also in this week’s podcast, Nick starts painting his Galleon (which I believe I will nickname “Your Doom”), Aaron discusses Deathclocking his opponents by accident, and Todd takes beautiful pictures!
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
It was my turn to be on the podcast this week. We have started doing random pairings in our gaming group lately which I like because it reduces the chance of getting listed. I was matched against Kassem this week. I hope you guys aren’t get too sick of seeing Ret V.s Skorne.
We all brought two 35 pt lists in preparation for the upcoming “Youngbloods” tournament taking place alongside the Southern Ontario Open master’s event. My lists were eVyros and Ossyan. Kassem’s were pMorghoul and Xerxis.