In this podcast episode, we discuss movement, the most important phase of the game of 40k and one which sets you up for both shooting and assault.
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”)?
In this episode, we discuss how to prepare for a major 40k GT with special guest Ben Cromwell. We also preview our plans for the Las Vegas Open 2016.
Deployment is the first step in the game and its critical to get it right. In this episode, we discuss deployment and how to get it right.
Every game has them, a set of unwritten rules of etiquette to follow. What are the rules for 40k? How many have you broken? Learn how to be a good sport and a better gamer by following our rules for 40k.
The Boise Invitational 2015 continues, with three rounds to determine who is the best. The Boise Open also kicks off, where players are judged on generalship, army appearance, and sportsmanship, with the winner the player who embodies all three the best.
All Boise Invitational players have placed very highly in tournaments this last year, but which one will take the top prize and be the best?
Some 40k players say that a take all comers list is impossible, but in this episode we discuss how you can build a winning list.
Introducing The Battlehosts, a podcast dedicated to 40k players of all skill levels. We discuss the purpose of this podcast and our guidelines and philosophy.