Taken at face value, the Deathclock is a scary concept. Not only do you need to play the game and avoid losing to the innumerable machinations of your opponent, you need to do it in a timely fashion. The Clock becomes another loss condition, ticking away to your doom.
But it doesn’t have to be this way. You and the clock can be friends and, with some preparation, you can mitigate the clock to the point where it becomes a valuable win condition. This is intended as a guide for those for whom The Clock is a concern and something they feel that they need to address.
So here is my report on the Welsh masters. Hopefully this should talk you through most of the games. Sadly I didn’t take a copy of my opponents’ lists but I’ll have to remember for next time.
Major Markus “Siege” Brisbane – WJ: +5
– Squire – PC: 2
– Stormwall – PC: 19
– Lightning Pod
So I’ve been thinking about how to deal with eVyros in my 2 list format a lot recently, with ETC coming up and it being the preferred drop into Legion I wanted something that offered the tools to deal with all the Griffons, be able to kill Imperatus if needed and also offer great assassination potential. While I think Saeryn can do it, I’ve decided eVayl is the better drop so suggested it to Alastair who also wanted practice against eVayl. We arranged the game and set up the camera as its a matchup we expect and wanted the footage to learn from.
Hey guys. I’ve bought a camcorder to start recording games. The camera in question is a Canon Legria HFR606. I’ve bought a 32GB SD card for it and it can hold just over 4 hours of footage at HD or over 11 hours of Low res (Testing on quality needed). I also have a tripod good to go and have confirmed that both stores are ok with us filming, providing it doesn’t get in the way.
Father Lucant, Divinity Architect
Ok so the general thoughts on Lucant is he is possible the best of the Convergence casters, I am not sure that is 100% the case, but what he does bring is a toolbox which is hard to complain about. So figured I would break him down and go though why potentially he is such a good caster
So I am a 10 year veteran of Warmachine / Hordes, spent the last 2 as a Press Ganger. This year I was going to play Cygnar for any tournaments I went to, and start picking up Convergence as a new faction to learn and play in local stuff and maybe play them next year for the events. But certain things changed and I am now 2 weeks out from the first big event of the year, the Welsh Masters, and I taking Convergence. After only 5 months of playing (40 games or so), is this a good plan probably not, but I need the practise and the big tournament practise to see if I going to take them to ETC in 3 months time.
So this will be the first in my series of looking at the most used and dreaded Warlocks of the Legion, what model/units the Warlock can improve, and which model/units can improve the Warlock. We’ll also look at the weaknesses of said Warlocks and what to expect they can do to your forces.
Disclaimer. This is personal opinion and if you choose to try your own thing or disagree and want to voice your opinion, put it in the comments. I’m more than happy to hear other people’s views.
This is officially the first time I have intended to do a Battle Report and actually remembered to take some pictures. So, I’m already winning.
Without further ado, here’s a breakdown of a game between myself and Stuart Esplin, using the Calandra theme force, Evolutionary Elementalism.