Your source for board gaming, miniature gaming, hobby tips and more! Welcome to WiscoDice!!!!

Category: Battle Report Page 3 of 4

Battle Report: Lizardmen vs Tomb Kings

Second¬†game of ¬†Age Of Sigmar tonight against Kenny from the Combat Phase Podcast. In this game we played 50 wounds with 20 minimum models. I feel like the lists started out balanced and was much more comfortable with the rules. I am sure that a player could still find a way to bring a very broken list with those rules, but this made for a smaller game that we could play and still be able to focus on learning the mechanics and deal with disruptions. When I say disruptions, I really mean the 3 players that came in asking about the game and what’s new with these rules and how they could get started.

5500 Point Lizardmen vs OnG

Video battle report has been uploaded for the big 8th ed Warhammer Fantasy game that Kenny playing the Lizardmen and myself playing Orcs and Goblins. That is 5500 points per player, really probably closer to 5600 or so with over 600 models total on the table.

Also check out Kenny’s review of the game and coverage of our recent game of Age of Sigmar on The Combat Phase Podcast. Combat Phase Episode 104

5500 Points Lizardmen vs Orcs and Goblins

Yeah, this is special. Giving 8th edition the kind of respect going out that it deserves. Kenny and I have a combined close to 700 models on the table. Ok, 400+ are just in Orcs and Goblins figures!

Kenny is playing the Lizardmen and I am playing the Orcs and Goblins.

Game is over and clean up is finished. Look for the video and more pictures to be added soon from Kenny’s side of the game!

Photo Gallery for the Battle

BABR – Soviet Union vs United States

This was my first outing with my new Soviet Union army and and I gave Brian a chance to be my first opponent. We chose to play 1000 points and rolled up scenario 3, Point Defense. If your not familiar with Bolt Action, it’s a World War 2 (WW2) miniatures wargame using 28mm figures. If you think games like Flames of War, then your on the right thought, but think a bigger scale closer to our Warhammer Fantasy figures. Most games are scenario based, with a lot of them using objectives. Point Defense is no different with a clear attacker/defender chosen. Once this is chosen, the defender places 3 objective tokens and up to half their army in their deployment zone. Brian chose to be defender with his United States forces and went to work setting up.

Brian’s forces set up with, starting with my far flank a Medium Mortar supported by an eight man squad of rifleman. In the center, an eight man squad of Rangers who used their special move to advance into the board. In the ruins to the right was another eight man squad of rifleman. To the far right, the Americans deployed a 57mm medium anti tank gun. Finally, in the tall, centerish building/ruins Brian hid his sniper with a great vantage over my deployment. I was able to do preparatory bombardment as the defenders, scored a couple of pins on the mortar and 1 kill on the squad in the ruins. All in all, not great, but it was better than nothing and I was right away fighting up hill in this game with a lot of board to cross in 6 turns with my mostly infantry army.

End Times Campaign: Week 4

2015-04-27 22.04.37
Another week has went by folks, and the old world shakes before the onslaught of the chaos warbands from the north. Skaven have krept out of their holes and swarm the world, pinning armies both the the front and rear. It is a dark world for the people that inhabit the old world, but yet they hold out and fight.

So, once again we all gathered at Pegasus Games for another week of campaign play. We had seven players out, so we paired up a 2 on 1 to make up the difference. Here were this week’s match-ups.

  1. Undead Legion (Stark) vs. Skaven (Trevor)
  2. High Elves (Fred) vs. Ogres (Ben R.)
  3. Empire (Nick and Brian) vs. Warriors of Chaos (Conesy)

Page 3 of 4

Powered by WordPress & Theme by Anders Norén