This weeks Strategy Street brought to you by Derp Flakes, a balanced daily breakfast! Also, pictures, with markings on them! Continue reading
This week I answer a couple of submitted questions on top of talking about my match vs Todd.
Episode 2 of Strategy Street for our listening pleasure! We visit last weeks game where I play Darrell and his fan made protectorate list!
Let me know if you like the classical twist.
Here it is folks! Get into some of my mind (keeping you out of the areas that would drive you to insanity) Pics to follow shortly hopefully.
Ladies and gentlemen, it’s finally happened… not only did the new Skorne errata hit… but it looks good.
Before we get to the audio, just want to share an awesome image a couple listeners (hi MIke!) in Omaha sent us.
I’d be lying if I said I didn’t get happy little shivers from that. Thanks guys!
Anyway, on to the Skorne errata!
I set a goal for myself to qualify for the 16 man invitational this year that I have failed to meet. Unfortunately, life happens and I didn’t make it out for as many events as I’d hoped I would. Marc still has a good chance to make it though. Especially with his impressive 3-1 finish at his event. Continue reading
More tournament video. Hope you like Trolls and Skorne. Southern Ontario meta is interesting.
Rd1 – Trolls (Doomy1) Vs. Skorne (Rasheth)
Rd2 – Cryx (Denny2) Vs. Circle (Bradigus)
Rd3 – Skorne (Rasheth) Vs. Trolls (Gunbjorn)
So despite the fact that I’ve done the last 2 podcast games in a row, it didn’t occur to Nick that *maybe* he should take pictures and notes for his game this week… and so our good listeners get to learn EVEN MORE about how much I suck with Siege!
In Nick’s defence, I didn’t tell him to take pictures… mostly because I wasn’t aware I needed to… but hey, I’m fielding a real man’s Siege list (finally), and it’s time to start putting it through its paces!
So here’s an update to Monsieur super bronzeback and the Easter egg I was referencing to in the latest podcast!
Marc came up with the funny idea to have an agonIzer carry the bronzeback instead of using a clear drowel. Needless to say I loved the idea.
Last weekend the Combo Smite crew headed down to Burlington, Ontario to compete in Canada’s first WTC style team tournament, the Ontario Team Championship. The event was run by Scott Talarico from Party Foul and a huge thanks go out to him and all his volunteers for putting on such an huge and successful Warmachine event. Team Combo Smite consisted of: Marc (Cygnar), Nick (legion), Kassem (Skorne), Adam (Cryx) and Darrell (Menoth). We made a good showing and our team went 3-1 and took 5th place. Most importantly we brought the camera down with us to record some games. Continue reading