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Posted by madival on 04 April 2011 - 02:28 PM
Posted by bob10182 on 06 February 2013 - 06:27 AM
Well, my buddy and I have been playing a lot of DUST tactics lately and it has been a blast. We have posted in the Fantasy Flight Forums with some of our battle reports and we are doing a progressive campaign that has been a lot of fun. Recently there has been a lot of Soviet releases for the game and there are some really good units that have taken the field. If you're interested in trying out DUST Tactics or you want to watch a game, let us know and we can demo the game or late you know when we are playing at store in the area .If you are checking out DUST, there are plenty of new units coming out soon and a new expansion.
We tried our hand at the quick start rules and, what a load of fun. This game was just a lot of fun and we plan on increasing our gameplay. If you haven't heard of it, definitely check it out, there are free rules adn tutorials on the Infinity website. If you enjoy Warhammer 40k, its definitely worth checking out as squad level game that plays in under an hour. The models look great and there are tons of player created free army builders to mess around with.
Some other things on our list are; Mageknight, Panzer General and possibly Warhammer: Invasion the living card game. Mageknight is a new game that is really topping the charts with great user reviews and it has a solo, co-op and player versus player mode which can really add to the versatility of the game. Panzer General the board game is related to the video game which is a classic WWII game. It has a solo and player versus player mode. We are planning on playing Mageknight next weekend and hopefully I can put some more information on the site after we try it out.
We have taken a break from Warhammer 40k and we have been playing some different games. For those of you that are still playing 40k, feel free to post and share with the group and if you're still looking for games or if you need to schedule events, use this post.
Posted by Wren on 25 May 2015 - 01:35 PM
NOTE: If you are not a Knoxville resident but travel here on occasion and would be interested in sitting in on a paint day, let me know when you’re going to be in town and I’ll do my best to try and schedule a session you could attend.
You are invited to join us for the May meeting of the Knoxville Area Miniature Painters!
Where: Level Up Games on Kingston Pike (http://levelupknox.c...es-2/knoxville/ for address and directions)
When: Saturday, May 30th, from 1pm to 6pm
Paint days are a way for miniature painters to share tips and tricks, get feedback on our painting, and have fun hanging out with others who enjoy the hobby. Painters of all levels and genres are welcome! All you need is a miniature or three to work on, and some brushes. Paints and other supplies are available for use, but you are also welcome to bring your own. I also have a small selection of brushes and figures available to allow people new to the hobby to try it out at no expense.
If you’d be interested in seeing a discussion and demonstration on a particular tool or technique, please let us know!
Interested painters are also invited to join the Knoxville Area Miniature Painters group on Facebook at: https://www.facebook...25292220862477/
Posted by Chrisisthename on 19 February 2015 - 09:01 PM
Posted by Arydis on 30 January 2015 - 11:13 AM
Posted by Wren on 20 January 2015 - 11:34 AM
Come out and join the Knoxville Area Miniature Painters at Save vs. Hunger on Saturday, January 24th, from 1pm to 7pm. We are providing a paint & take area – you pick out a free miniature, sit down and paint it with our supplies, and take it home with you! People are also welcome to bring their own figures to work on in our painting area. Experienced painters will be available to answer questions; including discussing and demonstrating more advanced topics in addition to the basics.
Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennesee
136 Harvest Ln
Save vs. Hunger is a charity gaming event with proceeds going to the Second Harvest Food Bank of East Tennessee. It takes place on January 24th and 25th. Events include Pathfinder, Dungeons and Dragons, Traveller, Magic: The Gathering, Pathfinder Adventure Card Game, and more. Admission is $15 for the weekend, or $10 for a single day.
Role-playing events are listed on Warhorn, where you can preregister to play:
Information on Magic and some other events is available on SvH’s Facebook page, which is also a great place to post any questions you might have about the event as a whole:
Posted by tbiaslorin on 14 January 2015 - 11:14 PM
I doubt there's anyone left within a 100 miles that plays, but one can hope!=) If anyone's up for a game, let me know. Realizing that my favorite game has essentially zero audience (I myself haven't played in over 5 years), I've started a blog dedicated to my solo pursuit of the game! Bad play on words, but couldn't help myself! (PWM.net)
Posted by mike_w on 22 December 2014 - 07:38 PM
I understand that hobbytown has some good tables, but when? Thanks.
Posted by Bigjon on 10 July 2014 - 08:56 AM
Wanting to wish everyone good luck at this years ATC and have fun.
Posted by GhostWarrior on 02 June 2014 - 09:41 AM
Thanks for that Bob. It was great seeing you again.
The competition this year was as stiff as it's ever been (which I can totally judge by the 2 that I've been to ).
Example - The points required to beat last year's winner (@ 31,714) would have put you in 8th place this year. 1st place was 33,398.
~1,000pts separated 2nd place and 8th place - meaning every point in every game really did matter!
Also, you really have to play to the event - the expected battle for 1st place on table 2 in round 5 (due to better paint scores) ended up with neither player placing in the Top 5 because one of the players disengaged and neither ended up with more than 2,500pts! By contrast, I was on Table 5 and was able to score 4k (but missed my card objective by 2 wounds - only time I missed one). If you want to place well at Brawler Bash - you have to fight!
Posted by Necronbob on 02 June 2014 - 07:36 AM
Posted by Omega_Warlord on 29 May 2014 - 03:48 PM
Posted by Evilruss on 18 May 2014 - 04:58 AM
when you buy fruit in the little plastic containers because it looks like a bunker upside down.
Posted by Evilruss on 18 May 2014 - 04:56 AM
when your friends bring you a piece of styrofoam packing because they know you might want it.
Posted by Necronbob on 11 May 2014 - 03:33 PM
Todd, we had a couple of questions about the pack. Thought it might be wise to get an FAQ up before the tournament:
Round 1: One objective says that you gain points for rolling "insane courage on a leadership test." Insane courage is a rule that applies to break tests. Does the objective only count if rolled on a combat break test or is it for any leadership test (panic, items that make players roll leadership tests to keep things from happening, etc).
Round 2: The objective says, "A unit within 3” of an objective with no enemy units with Fortitude within 3” of the same objective controls the objective." I assume that this harkens back to the rule at the beginning of the rules pack stating that one needed objective to claim any objective, but it was questioned during a practice game. You might want to add "a unit with fortitude within 3"" just in case someone doesn't read the first page.
That's everything that came up in our practice games, and I'm pretty sure that we all know the answer to the round 2 questions. I will say that all of the objectives have made for great games so far. I'm looking forward to the tournament!
Posted by The Kraken on 10 May 2014 - 07:08 AM
Posted by Joerg Müller on 08 May 2014 - 03:54 PM