After my inglorious defeat to Patrick with his Tau, I asked him for another game. He changed his list slightly to adjust for the AusComp, which hopefully would make a more balanced game. My list remained unchanged so I could continue practicing and confirm that it was either good or bad (I am leaning towards bad).
|Works goes apace raising a fully painted army|
|Scouts spread out while the Rhino hides in terrain|
|Pat's opening move was very aggresive, pushing up midfield|
|A bold drop led to a scatter that gave Pat the opportunity to put my Marines out of the game|
|Lovely luck. I can't seem to save|
|Promptly losing more Marines|
|Kept my Fire Raptor to the side to avoid Skyfire which was on his table half|
|Slowly but surely, I was losing the attrition game|
|In a desperate gamble, I moved the Fire Raptor up his half to attempt to kill off a unit of Suits|
I need to continue testing it to confirm but right now I am leaning to a rewrite.
Keith then asked me for a Malifaux game. The last time I tried this I just learned it. This would be the 2nd time I play the game.
The card mechanic is really quite unique. It was a 35 Soulstone game between Misaki of the Ten Thunders vs Kirai of the Ressurectionists.
|While I lost the game, it was a really fun game!|
|Love the models!~ They are actually true scale.|
You guys will be seeing more Malifaux on this blog. I am quite in love with the game. I do need more minions.