Thursday, January 15, 2015

AAR: INFINITY: 400pts- MAF vs. Yu-Jing: N3- Armoury

With the daunting prospect of my first tournament at 400 points looming, I went looking for some practice games.

Luckily, one of the guys at the local gaming club indulged me with a match.  He brought along his Yu-Jing- an army I had never faced before.  Another plus!  With the advent of N3, Yu-Jing is the Heavy Infantry faction.

And just remind me, what was it with which I had such big problems?

Camo?  And- oh yes- multi-wound Heavy Infantry!

This was going to be interesting....

Sunday, January 11, 2015

Terrain: CNC Workshop- Desert Buggies

No turret mounted HMGs or MLs... yet.
Some more scatter terrain for the coming tournament.

These are Desert Buggies from CNC Workshop.  I don't like them nearly as much as the Police Tactical Vehicle nor the Heavy Forklift for two main reasons.

1.  Irritating to assemble- Front suspension needing a lot of glue to weld to the rear suspension piece.
2. Overall blocky aesthetic- with obvious panels.

That being said, they are two vehicles to one pack and they'll do the job of being scatter terrain on the road.

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Terrain: Industrial Fork Lift

Ferrari fork lift
Another bit of terrain I finished off.

My gaming group is in the process of fixing up a table for the next tournament so I've found myself putting stuff together that has sat around collecting dust for months!

This is another MDF terrain kit from CNC Workshop.  Originally, I wasn't too enthused at attempting another vehicle but I'm glad I did this one as it's a great kit!

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Terrain: Vehicles- Police Car

Dead or Alive, you're coming with me.
I don't normally blog about terrain- but this police car looked so cool on the table top I thought it deserved it's own post!

Saturday, January 3, 2015

AAR: INFINITY: 200 points- MAF vs. Neoterran Capitaline Army: N3- Supremacy

Now we're cheaper!
With N3 having just been released, it was time to get a few games under the belt.

And lift the quality of battle-reporting with the hair-pulling and teeth gnashing experience that is GIMP.