As mentioned before, I always brew with Lilianas. Liliana, Dreadhorde General is not going to be an exception.
Saccing things for value. Every black players dream.
Luckily miniature wargaming is not all about preparations and painting but actual gameplay is also part of the deal. On the top of that there is currently reasonably active scene of AOS players at Tampere. So when a Magic the Gathering event was cancelled due to low number of participants I was able to secure the tables at Puolenkuun Pelit Tampere for skirmish.Continue reading
Bit of context: Ravnica Allegiance has 220,000 views. Guilds of Ravnica faired better with 457,000 views. 5.6 million is quite a bit.
It’s time for the third part of this series. And now it is the time for high adventure! In the manner of first battle report. Or at least my thoughts about the first game of deep sea skirmish.
Since most of my usual gaming group is still on the fence about getting back to wargaming I deemed it easier to build and paint suitable teams to lure them to me. This has proved a bit difficult since building the scenery has taken a lot of my hobby time. When I suddenly had free time for a game and my brother visited me we just kind of went with what we had. Trying out the game was much more important than the actual balance or game play.Continue reading
Last part of this “series” was about starting the CoralHammer project. It has progressed nicely so some updates are in order. I still haven’t gotten around to sit down and write about the lore nor think about the rules. Those will come, eventually. In the meanwhile I would like to share my work on the scenery.Continue reading
It’s a weird time to be a MtG player. A lot of information is being withheld and a lot of information is being thrown at us. Then there’s the Arena, which has brought the game to whole new audiences, but we don’t really know what that means in the long run.
I’m not sure I’m advocating it, but I’ve been playing a fun-off Hijack in my Gruul Midrange sideboard. Why? I thought it would be a good finisher against Gate-decks. Stealing Gate Colossus is a strong move against those decks, but admittedly, often unnecessary rub-ins instead of actual winning move, since it’s often a good match-up anyhow.
But it does tend to lead to weird situations. Especially in mirrors (or semi mirrors), where the opponent tries to go bigger and grindier.