That's the question I have to ask and answer before this year's tournament season really kicks into high gear.
Warhammer 40K is leaving me behind at the moment. Quite simply, I'm having problems with making the transition from Daemons to another army. Finally though, I'm starting to make progress with my Brotherhood, whipping together a LoganWing that I like quite well. I'm going to start taking it through its paces soon.
But a good list isn't enough; practice makes perfect, after all, so I never intended to take another army to the Nova. I've maintained all along that I intended to take Daemons. But can they hold up?
To that end, I've asked The Ruiner of Fun himself, Evil Homer to drag his army to the local store today for a match.
I need to know if Daemons can hold their own with Dark Eldar - then I've got to find a Grey Knights player.
You may notice my list is slightly different; I'm dropping Breath of Chaos from the Heralds and adding in a unit of Fleshhounds of Khorne. I'm very reliant on Breath, but I think a slightly less aggressive approach is necessary. We'll see. The Fleshhounds are obviously a nod to the Grey Knights and Warpquake, but truth be told I have no idea what to expect.
I'll be taking along my trusty camera; this will be the last time in a long time that I'll have the chance to play Evil Homer. He's leaving tomorrow for Austin, finally rejoining his family who have already made the move.
I hate change.
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