You’re all very welcome to pop along to their factory/shop and have a game, chat about the rules, rifle through the blisters, or all three.
I’ll be on hand to run demo games for anyone that is curious about the game, and there will be more folk to play against for more experienced players. If you’ve got an army bring it along and see who you can defeat!
God of Battles is quick to play and there should the opportunity for a number of scraps during the day. Last time we had a great atmosphere with several battles being fought between a variety of players and armies. As more folk learn the game and turn up with their armies I’ll start testing out some new scenarios with the group and perhaps run a mini-campaign for people.
The eagle-eyed veterans among you may recognise this backdrop as a small section of the original GW painting station which I’ve recently cleared (and which still holds the debris from the Dropzone models I was cleaning yesterday). Yes, a clear area to paint and model in! Will wonders never cease?
What are they doing on my desk, you may ask? Predictably it’s not to play 40K; no, it’s Lost Patrol again. In a typical sort of arrangement I’ve worked out the rules for the Imperial Guard (and played them a few times, and they’re rather fun), but not got the models I want yet. The Eldar I have here are intended to be another option for the game, though I’ve not actually tried playing the rules I’ve got for them yet. Got the models though 🙂
On the subject of models, these are the old metal versions, not the Finecast variety. Melting² in the sun may be characterful for ice cream, but is downright irritating for models.
1: Not sure what colour scheme that craftworld uses. Working on it.
2: Technically melting is the wrong word for what Finecast does, but deforming (which I believe is the correct term for their behaviour in the warm sunshine) doesn’t fit the analogy (and isn’t funny) so I’ve used some poetic license.