Monday, December 21, 2015

Almost a year between posts!

It has been a tremendous amount of time since I last posted, and nothing has happened with our beloved Blood Angels! GW has still passed over our army for FAQs. I personally wrote GW asking for one with an actual letter. Unfortunately, it has fallen upon deaf ears, and we are left waiting. I remember the initial disappointment with the 7th ed. BA codex release and some voices of optimism that the good builds were just waiting to be discovered. Regardless, keep up your narrative play and stay strong to the codex (or bring in an ally) and master playing your units.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Captain Option

Beer, Bolters and 40K (FB, Podomatic, Twitter)  had a nice catch on their podcast. The captain is allowed to take two weapons in addition to the storm shield like in the Space Wolves codex.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Podcast Appearance on The Veterans of the Long War

Click the link here to listen to me on The Veterans of the Long War podcast.
Also, drop by their facebook page and give them a like!

Sunday, January 18, 2015

Best Run Downs of the 7th Edition Blood Angels Codex

After keeping a lookout for summaries, here are the best Blood Angels 7th ed. codex reviews. I noticed for this release, a lot of reviewers just did a quick article just scratching the surface with changes to Dante, drop pod assault marines and heavy flamer toting tactical squads.

Reece Robbins at Frontline Gaming brought the most solid analysis about the codex. You can read his three part series here one, two and three.

Matt at From the Fang wrote exhaustively about the codex with a whopping nine parts. Links are here starting with the overview, Lords of War, HQ1, HQ2, Elites 1, Elites 2, Troops, Fast Attack, Heavy Support.


I will update the post when I have finished all of the Blood Angels reviews. However, initially I have been quite disappointed with the content so far. This is especially true for the Forge the Narrative crew who are all Blood Angel players. Jaded Gamercast provided an entertaining scathing review of the codex here.