I’ve been at it again! Coding 40K tools! This time its a mission tracker for the Bay Area Open Tournament hosted by Frontline Gaming. Only scenarios 1 and 3 are completed so far as these are the simplest and they have essentially the same underlying score mechanics. I still need to do a help section for it but it works and is ready [...]
I thought it would be fun (and annoying for everyone else, therefore even more fun) to live every Facebook post and Tweet in the 40k universe. So no pictures of dogs and beer and no hobby chat! I am not sure which one is more devastating. I have logged my current Twitter and Facebook stats so I can track the great exodus! Perhaps this [...]
This is the start of what will be a short campaign. I wanted to add some back story and make the battles feel like they were linked in some way. For those that don’t know the “The Grimoire of True Names” is a Relic from the Inquisition codex, it contains the “True Names” of Daemons.
David who I play my Warhammer 40K games with had a theory; that a computer would speed up our games if it did our dice rolls for us. Our game seem to take ages. I think this is mainly due to interruptions, fluff chat and general indecisiveness. I’m not convinced his theory is correct though. The idea was that by getting a computer to [...]
With the Games Workshop Tactical Mission Objective Cards being out of stock at the moment I needed a solution. While writing the cards down is fine it takes more time. Its also more complex because you keep having to roll dice, you can’t have duplicates either – even those cards that have been discarded or achieved. During my [...]
With my game tonight postponed due to Glastonbury packing/shopping/stressing I decided to do something a little different with a spare hour. And what better way to kill an hour than to find out how many Guardsmen it takes to kill a Riptide. I hope to add more underdogs and monstrous creatures someday, suggestions welcome in the comments [...]