It is now the 12th of May 2018, the day of First Founding’s Mayhem tournament. That also means the deadline for my half year project.
First Founding Gaming club’s first Warhammer 40k tournament of the year is this Saturday (12th May). Regular readers of this blog should be aware that I am in the process of painting a table’s worth of scenery for this tournament, as such there has been no time to prepare a new army or even new units.
This means that once again, I’m sticking to good old Orks.
This weekend sees Games Workshop return to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry for their annual Warhammer Fest.
For the first time since they’ve put on Warhammer Fest, I will not be attending, as unfortunately, I am playing in a Warhammer 40k tournament on the Saturday and as much as I would like to spend my entire weekend surrounded by this awesome hobby, there is no way I’ll get permission from the misses.
So that means I’m probably going to miss out on some big announcement or something, or an awesome freebie for everyone who attends…
With the weather being awful recently, I have been unable to undercoat the last two scenery prices for my half year project and so I have taken the opportunity to keep my finger on the hobby pulse by building some Imperial Guard (Astra Militarum) models.
This weekend finally saw me finish both the Munitorum Armoured Containers as well as the Vengeance Weapon Battery.
More models finished for the gaming table project, this time it’s a second Bastion and one Vengeance Weapon Battery with both weapon options.
So today I have subscribed to the new Warhammer Conquest magazine.
The magazine is probably not aimed at people like me who have been in the hobby for years, but I’m interested to see what the magazine contains. After all, I’m a sucker for all things Games Workshop.