At NOVA, I was able to get in 4 games with Scaverous. It’s not as many as I wanted (8) but it was more than I expected as I was in charge of the tournaments. Three were in the team tournament, and two were pick up games that I was able to sneak in. Let’s take a look at them!
Well. I’ve been playing a Scaverous list for a while now, and there were some problems with the list. Now, though, after a couple changes, I think I’ve settled on a list I am very, very happy with, especially into this new medium based meta.
Back in my day, Assassination was not only a viable solution to Warmachine and Hordes, it was one of, if not the, best solutions. Casters were squishy, spells were powerful, and knockdown was absolutely everywhere. This is how I cut my teeth, so Its no wonder that I itch for assassination all the time. Enter, the Scaverous Solution.
Back over two months ago, I wrote up a few lists with Skarre 3 for when she came out, and I’ve finally been able to get more than theory time with her. I’ve dropped her onto the table three times now, so let’s take a look at what she’s done and where I am considering taking her in the future.
A while back, while they were previewing the themes, I did a sort of mini-write up on what was coming in the future following the three themes, and what I thought was going to happen with them. Now, months down the road with all the Theme’s set out, I wanted to take some time to go over them in a bit more detail, shedding light on what some of the standard archetypes, as I see them are, as well as strengths and weaknesses.
As I write this today, the final Black Fleet models have arrived into Warroom, and I am ready to start building lists with them, trying to squeeze the most fun and effectiveness out of each list and model.
Back before the CID, I put up a review of both Slaughter fleet, and Scourge of the Broken Coast. Even though the models have changed, I’m not going to go over the basics of the theme this time. Instead, I’m going to look at the models that have been pushed out and what lists I think they are going to shine in.
I figured, at this point in time, I might as well make it a series, right? With posts on Black Industries and Slaughter Fleet Raiders I thought putting out another article on the final theme of the Great Thempocalypse of 2017 would be just fine. Lets take a look at the Satyxis theme, Scourge of the Broken Coast
Last week, on 9/15, we were shown a preview of the newest theme list to make its way out of our blackened shores. This Theme list, Black Industries, focuses on the warjacks of Cryx, making them front and center and giving them some pretty stellar bonuses. Lets take a look!
When I started the Tour de Cryx, I was pretty sure I would enjoy most of it. One of the portions I was looking least foward too, though, were the weaker casters. I wanted to get some playtime with the mid tiers, as they generally have interesting interactions, before moving onto the terrible casters. Sadly, I then asked the internet what I was going to play. They were relatively kind – They could have picked Deneghra 2. Instead they picked Sturgis. Two games in, what do I think about him? Lets take a look.
It is a new year, and I think that means its time for new Image art. This one is from the forthcoming Cryx Command book, cropped a little to make it easier to use. Let me know what you think! Keep the old one, or move on to this one. However, we have bigger fish to look at, today.
As I type this, the theme lists have been spoiled, as well as the two new models from the Cryx Command book. I want to take a look at all of it and the spoilers as well, and see what we have brewing, and give my opinions. .