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Made in us
Sneaky Kommando




Gilbert, Arizona

This week I went to a local eight man tournament at the nearby Games Workshop store. It ended up being a fun event and I did a decent job at remembering to take pictures between concentrating on the games.

If you'd like to take a peek at the games I did one massive Battle Report (split up by Round) on my Blog. Here are the Round pairings if anyone is interested beforehand:

Destruction vs. Stormcast Eternals
Destruction vs. Sylvaneth
Destruction vs. Disciples of Tzeentch


All games were 2000 Points Matched Play with fixed Scenarios from the General's Handbook, there was also an optional 500 Point Sideboard.

Thank for reading and feel free to post any feedback or things you'd like to see in future Battle Reports, I'm always trying to improve.

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Made in dk
Fresh-Faced New User




Nice read and a long one but worth the time, thank you for taking the time to write it up

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Made in gb
Fleshound of Khorne




Really like the format, always good to see written reports.

I know your coming from a competitive standpoint, but is it not a little dull if your trouncing every match? Each battle seemed to be over by turn two with the rest being a mopping up job. Just getting into age of sigmar myself as an alternative to 40k, but would you say that the ability to annihilate your opponent if you go hyper competitive more or less likely than 40k?
   
Made in us
Sneaky Kommando




Gilbert, Arizona

Punisher23 wrote:
Really like the format, always good to see written reports.

I know your coming from a competitive standpoint, but is it not a little dull if your trouncing every match? Each battle seemed to be over by turn two with the rest being a mopping up job. Just getting into age of sigmar myself as an alternative to 40k, but would you say that the ability to annihilate your opponent if you go hyper competitive more or less likely than 40k?


I haven't played 40K in quite some time, I think I stopped a year or so before 7th Edition dropped. From what I've seen 40K is still a bit worse, you can get tabled Turn 1 practically by some armies! It is a bit dull rolling people over, unfortunately I only own so many models and can't make a softer list with what I have. It also depends on the event, the locals at the GW store by me are all pretty casual but the meta closer to where I live is more competitive. I'm hoping to get some more stuff and have list flexibility, there's actually a tournament coming up for my League that has a lot of store credit for 1st so if I'm fortunate enough to win that, it'd help.

Personally I'm hopeful that the very few outliers that AoS has will be hit with a bit of a hammer in the next General's Handbook. Both Blades of Khorne and Kharadron are pretty fair armies, a few units just need to be toned down and I think AoS will be the best balanced game I've played in my 10+ years in the hobby.

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