In part two of our discussion of playing defense in 40K, we talk about surviving assault. We also discuss surviving alpha strike armies such as Space Marine Drop Pods and beta strike armies such as Genestealer Cult.
In this Episode, we talk about playing defense in the shooting phase. We discuss what you can do to ensure your units survive shooting during a game of 40k, including reserves, line of sight, cover, and psychic defense. We also talk about what to look for in the list building stage to beef up the defense of your army.
In this episode I talk with Zach Becker from the London 40K Grand Tournament. We talk about the now sold out 2017 event and his plans for future events. We also discuss the new Games Workshop and their support and engagement with the community.
It’s our second annual 40K Christmas special! We talk about the major themes from Games Workshop in 2016 and what we are looking forward to next year. We also do a bit of wish listing for a possible 8th edition 40K.
In this episode, we discuss knowing your opponent’s army. It’s always easier to play against an army you know really well. Most of us don’t know every army, unit or formation in the game. That is why it’s important to quickly find out as much about an opponent’s army as possible in that brief time when you trade army lists and get started on playing you game.
In tonight’s episode, we ask the question: can you be a top 40k player? Probably not, and we talk about what separates the top 40k players from the rest of us. But even if you won’t be a top player, we talk about what you can get from the game by playing competitively and attending large events.
In this episode, we will be discussing two army lists that listeners have submitted to us. We talk about small tweaks to the lists and discuss some strategies on how to play each one. The goal is not to write a new list, but to apply what we talk about on the table top.
We dedicate this episode to Orks! We talk about the history of the Orks and the units available. We also discuss how to play Orks effectively and talk some list building. This is a nice lengthy episode packed with Orky goodness, so sit back and enjoy!
In this episode, we talk about how to run non-competitive 40k events. The two main types are friendly or casual and narrative. We will talk about both one-time events and leagues and how you can get the most out of running them.
In this episode, we talk about how to build a competitive list. We are going to focus on building a list for ITC events, but it’s applicable for any competitive lists. We will talk about the important things to have in a list and the kind of things you need to have an answer for. We also talk about some ways to play to win in a competitive event.