In this episode, we discuss the digital content and products that exist for Warhammer 40K. With the announcement of the new Warhammer 40K app, we decided to look back at the history of Games Workshop digital releases to this point. We also discuss the third party developers and content producers that have rushed to fill the needs of the community. Finally, we discuss what our hopes are for the Warhammer app and how it might help to shape the future of Warhammer 40K.
Category: Build a Better Community
In this episode, Mark talks about his experience at the Las Vegas Open 2020. He discusses the lead up to the event, the army he choose, and how his games went in the competitive 40K event. He also talks about what he learned about playing the game of 40K and his plans for future competitive 40K events.
In a very special 100th episode, we talk about why we play 40K with three prominent 40K pod casters: Paul from Forge the Narrative, Skarri from Skaredcast, and Val from 40K Stats Centre. We hear how they got started, their first armies, and their first game experiences. We talk about some of their best moments, some of their worst moments, and why 40K has become an important part of their lives.
In this episode, we talk about casual and narrative play in 40K. We discuss the differences in army lists, play styles and player attitudes between casual, narrative and matched play and how you can ensure you get the 40K experience you really want to have. I have an interview Dave from Miniwargaming.com about their awesome new space and how MWG keeps the play casual. We also talk about how to run a casual event, and his upcoming event; Gorkamorka.
In this episode, we talk about our experiences at the Nova Open 2019. We discuss the event itself including the venue, layout, and accommodations. We also talk about the Nova mission format and our game play experiences. Finally, we discuss changes to our armies moving forward and our plans for future events.
In this episode, we talk about Boise Cup 2019, the largest 40K event in our area. The head tournament organizer Captain A joins us to talk about what makes an event successful for both competitive and casual players. We talk...
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
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.