Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Review: Marvel's Inhumans

Back in the yestermonth of September, Marvel's Inhumans was released in a special IMAX screening of the first two episodes.  I had low expectations going into the theater and they may have been too high.  Basically zero effort was put into turning the two episodes into a "movie"-like experience; it even had some recap at the beginning of episode 2 (I guess in case we had gotten up to go to the bathroom, or perhaps fallen asleep).  Anyhow, I recently watched the third episode in the hopes that it might improve.

It did not.  Also, spoilers.

Sunday, October 15, 2017

Squagg the Krabulent

When he was born, Squagg was taken into the wastes and left to die.  His face was malformed and in place of arms, he had adorable baby crab legs.  If the gods were merciful, his story would have ended there.

Saturday, October 14, 2017

40k Warscrolls: Fenryka Wave II

I received a request in the comments a while back for some additional Fenryka warscrolls covering Bjorn the Fell-handed, Murderfang, and Wolf Guard.  Well, it may take time, but ask and ye' shall receive.

Sunday, October 8, 2017

Netflix Defenders is just the Avengers again (spoilers)

I've been watching (and thoroughly enjoying) Netflix' Defenders series.  I was super excited for Daredevil when it first dropped, and everything since has been excellent in my opinion (yes, even Iron Fist).  However, I have noticed something funny about it that probably is a contributor to its success, but is also perhaps a mark against it.  The Defenders are just the Avengers.

Monday, September 11, 2017

Battle Report: Gorechosen vs. Gor Coven

Ever since completing the Gorechosen battalion, I've been wanting to pit them, all by themselves, against an entire army.  So this weekend, I challenged my brother to bring an army of any size.

Monday, August 7, 2017

Friday, August 4, 2017

40k Warscrolls: Skitarii

Here are some more warscrolls for the upcoming Cult of Mars battletome.  Today I'm showing off some of the Skitarii units.  First up is the Skitarii Vanguard.  Saves are generally just a little worse in AoS, so they've only got a 5+ save.  These guys are definitely a Battleline unit, but that doesn't mean they don't hit hard.  They've got all sorts of crazy weapons to lean on, and should dish out a fair bit of hurt.  Also, with the Data Tether, they can be buffed remotely by Priests' prayers.  Don't forget that Tech-priests, Servitors, and Engineseers are members of the Cult Mechanicus allegiance!