In this episode we talk about the Boise Cup, our largest annual 40K event in our area. Last year, the Boise Cup was held one week after the launch of the new edition of 40K, so it’s a perfect time to reflect on how the game has changed and evolved over the course of the year, especially when attending events. We also talk about what makes a 40K event successful and some of the lessons learned for next year
Category: Build a Better Community
In this episode, we talk with Lawrence Baker who runs the website and YouTube channel Tabletop Tactics. We discuss some of the current topics in 40K, including the pace of changes from GW and how to speed up games at...
In this episode, we turn The Battlehosts over to you, our listeners! We review two lists and discuss a few topics submitted by our listeners. We have been doing this for two years now, and as long as you keep listening, we will keep making podcasts!
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 attending a Warhammer 40k event. We discuss the different types of events you can attend, what you can expect, and how to prepare. Most importantly, we talk about how to get the most out of the experience.
Warhammer 40k is much more than just a game. From modeling and painting to reading the novels to playing the game for fun or competition, we cover all parts of 40k. We also talk about how you can you get the most out of 40k and avoid burn out.
The Battlehosts are going to the Las Vegas Open! In this episode, we discuss our plans for attending our new favorite GT.
If you play 40k long enough you will have a difficult time with another player. What is the best way to deal with these situations?
What are the dos and donts of being someone other people like to play against? How can you avoid being called “TFG?”
40k is a social game, but even the best of us can act like immature jerks. How can you be a good sport and avoid being TFG (“That Effing Guy”)?