This is the Second of a series directed at new players, but hopefully with some nuggets for veterans and journeymen alike. This is a post about my opinions on Cryx from the vantage point three editions and dating back to 2004. Today I’ll delve into how our Warcasters breakdown, and what to expect from them
I’m taking a break from the introductory posts to how to play Cryx to take a look at the January Dynamic Update for Warmachine, the largest portion of which dealt with Cryx models. I’m just going to go over it model by model and give my, granted, two day old, opinions.
This is the start of a series directed at new players, but hopefully with some nuggets for veterans and journeymen alike. This is a post about my opinions on Cryx from the vantage point three editions and dating back to 2004. We will start, today, with a standard faction overview.
While I’ve repeatedly introduced my current D&D character: Clovis the Gremlin (in the first day I changed his moniker from Brutal to Gremlin on a whim. Sue me.) I have not expounded on his further adventures and expiditions, nor have I rounded out the cast of characters he’s been running with. So Lets start that.
Over the last year I had my articles pretty well delineated for me. The Tour took up most of my writing and much of my play time. Now, with the tour over and the new year coming forward, I’ve got a very strange and powerful feeling: Freedom. I don’t really know what to do with it.
I know. I’m a bit late. Thats OK, though, because I took a bit of time to myself and just didn’t write any Tuesday articles for about 2 months. Its about to get back to it, though, because I think that I still have lots of work to do on my typing, and a ton of nerd shit to talk about, because I’m a pretty big nerd. So, whats the plan? Follow me.
This years main focus, gaming wise, was the Tour de Cryx, and though at times i had extreme doubt about whether or not I was going to be able to finish it, I made it to the end with plenty of time to spare. Its a great feeling, but now what? First, I have to look back in order to look ahead.