Friday, September 30, 2011

Battle Report: 50pt Circle vs Legion

Santa Barbara Wargaming is at it again, and bringing you some awesome battle reports to come. We start off our new season with a awesome game between Christian's Mohsar vs Andy's Absylonia. Enjoy!

Monday, September 26, 2011

"Anything But...": Episode 11

SBWG discusses more broad wargaming topics. We mainly focused on Warhammer Fantasy Battle's current gameplay. Hope you enjoy!

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Sunday, September 18, 2011

"Anything But...": Episode 10

SBWG celebrates our tenth episode by doing what we do best: talking about Warmachine/Hordes battle reports, and recent wargaming new releases. For those Fantasy Battle players, there is some good discussion about the new Orges book, and the newly released plastic hero clamshells. Enjoy!

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Tuesday, September 13, 2011

"Anything But...": Episode 9

SBWG is just hanging out in the Man Den talking about recent WM/H games and our upcoming hardcore tournament "Novembercore". As always in the style of SBWG, there is a mixed bags of other topics discussed.

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Sunday, September 11, 2011

But, but, but...that's...statistically...UNPOSSIBLE!

It should really be called "Onehammer Quest". Seriously, though, it was funny until it wasn't. But I'm getting ahead of myself...

Warhammer Quest is a game from what I like to call the Golden Age of Games Workshop. WHQ was released sometime back in the early nineties when GW was churning out all sorts of games. The big ones that we know of today, Fantasy and 40K were around, but so were forgotten gems like Man'O'War and Necromunda, Mordheim and Bloodbowl. This was also the time that GW was producing a lot of stand alone games that you could buy in a box for about $50. It was the time when GW was packing SO much value into their boxed sets that if you were to buy them today, they would easily go for $250. Not joking. Look at ebay. Warhammer Quest is one of those $250 packages.

As it turns out, though, WHQ had never popped up on my radar (I blame Space Hulk) until Mark and Christian started talking about it recently. I have to admit that I wasn't chomping at the bit to play the game. I'm more of a Sci-fi fan than fantasy and the idea of a dungeon crawler isn't really my cup of tea. That being said, I sat down to a game to give it a shot.

"Anything But...": Episode 8

SBWG talks about our previous steamroller tournament, and wargaming news.

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Sunday, September 4, 2011

"Anything But...": Episode 7

SBWG discussuses our upcoming SR2011 tournament. We talk about the scenarios, list building, mixed with some rules discussion. All of this and more with the usual SBWG flair.

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