... for awhile. I actually have blogs in the can on this subject, but I'm skipping ahead, for no apparent reason.
These images come from my game with Big Whit, everyone's brother from another mother (assuming she smothered you in her covers until you spluttered and muttered, or something like that), a buddy of mine.
(What? My friends are ruthless; show no weakness.)
We played what will be my final game of Warhammer Fantasy until the new edition... 'cause basically there's no reason to relearn a game that's changing. Still, I've been thinking a lot about Beastmen, and Fantasy, and how I want to approach the game in a competitive way when it's finally reintroduced hereabouts.
Not that I think this one was great, but it's a start. Everyone within range of the General and Battle Standard Bearer and my screening/diverting units out front.
If this sounds like Fantasy 101 and you're thinking, "Man, this is basic shit, dude," I'm here to tell you you're right. Warhammer isn't my game. I hope to get better though.
Anyway, I put a 10-strong unit of Gors and two 5-strong Warhounds in Ambush, though in hindsight the Warhounds are necessary to my setup - they're much better at the screening and diverting I need than the Gors...
That's all I've got - Brent
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