Yesterday I posed up the two opposing warbands that would be participating in the Shadespire Campaign. Today we take a look at how the mission itself, how battle unfolded and how the Warbands currently are looking.
Ever since Age of Sigmar Skirmish was released, I've wanted to have a go, but unfortunately, due to time constraints and other gaming endeavours, it has always been on the back burner. That's about to change as I put together two 35-renown warbands to battle it out together.
When Warhammer AOS: Skirmish was first announced, one problem became very apparent to me...
The lack of point values for Tomb Kings.
Mind you, it's a range that is no longer supported by Games Workshop, but would it have been that hard to print an extra table taking up less than half a page? I think not.
Ladies and Gentlemen, it's time to talk about Age of Sigmar Skirmish. I picked this up last night from Good Games Kallangur whilst the apprentices were battling out a game of X-Wing and got to reading.
Whilst recently posting about the new 8th edition 40k, it only feels natural to then do a blog post about Age of Sigmar. Although I haven't played the game for nearly 6 months, it still burns inside me, especially when I walk past a cabinet full of painted Tomb Kings just itching to close with the enemy.
Hardcore war gamer at heart and a huge fan of tabletop games. I use any excuse to get my family involved. Join me as I play and review games while trying not to epically fail.