Competitive Innovations in the Mortal Realms: Around the World, Around the World…

To cap off this edition, AoS worlds in the Netherlands came very close to the end of 3rd. In addition to the Teams event it is known for, there is also the Singles event which we’ll be looking at here.

In addition we also have the Texas Masters and a good bye event to third in Quebec!

AoS Worlds Singles

156-player, 5-round Grand Tournament in Hoofddorp, NH, Netherlands on June 26 2024. All the lists for this event can be found in Best Coast Pairings.

Due to the size of the event there were 5 undefeated players so instead of a Best of the Rest we will focus on the attendees that went 5-0. No shame to you 4-1 players, but there were 23 of you!

The Showdown

Matchup & Mission – Every Step is Forward

Vincenzo Nacca – Boulderhead:
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Player Name: Vincenzo Nacca
Allegiance: Ogor Mawtribes
– Mawtribe: Boulderhead
– Grand Strategy: Slaughter of Sorcery
– Triumphs: Inspired

LEADERS
Huskard on Stonehorn (400)*
– General
– Command Trait: Voice of the Avalanche
– Blood Vulture
– Artefact: The Seat of Alvagr
– Mount Trait: Rockmane Elder
– Prayer: Keening Gale
Bloodpelt Hunter (120)*
– Nullstone Adornment: Hand-carved Nullstone Icon
Bloodpelt Hunter (120)*

BEHEMOTHS
Stonehorn Beastriders (330)*
– Weapon: Blood Vulture
– Ogor Mawtribes Battleline (Beastclaw Raiders General)
Stonehorn Beastriders (330)*
– Weapon: Blood Vulture
– Ogor Mawtribes Battleline (Beastclaw Raiders General)
Stonehorn Beastriders (330)*
– Weapon: Blood Vulture
– Ogor Mawtribes Battleline (Beastclaw Raiders General)
Stonehorn Beastriders (330)*
– Weapon: Blood Vulture
– Ogor Mawtribes Battleline (Beastclaw Raiders General)

CORE BATTALIONS
*Battle Regiment

TOTAL: 1960/2000 WOUNDS: 86
LEADERS: 3/6 BATTLELINES: 4 (3+) BEHEMOTHS: 5/4 ARTILLERY: 0/4
ARTEFACTS: 1/1 ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS: 0/3 ALLIES: 0/400
REINFORCED UNITS: 0/4 DROPS: 1

Faction terrain: Great Mawpot

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Ronya Andersson – Nighthaunt: The Quicksilver Dead:
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Allegiance: Nighthaunt
– Procession: Quicksilver Dead
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant
– Triumphs: Bloodthirsty

Leaders
Guardian of Souls (150)*
– General
– Command Trait: Shaman of the Chilled Lands
– Artefact: Midnight Tome
– Lore of the Underworlds: Seal of Shyish
Krulghast Cruciator (160)*
Lady Olynder, Mortarch of Grief (270)*
– Lore of the Underworlds: Shademist
Spirit Torment (120)**

Battleline
20 x Dreadscythe Harridans (300)*
– Reinforced x 1
10 x Dreadscythe Harridans (150)*
10 x Dreadscythe Harridans (150)**
10 x Dreadscythe Harridans (150)**
3 x Spirit Hosts (130)*

Units
4 x Myrmourn Banshees (90)*

Behemoths
Black Coach (260)*
-reaper scythe
Endless Spells & Invocations
Chronomantic Cogs (50)

Core Battalions
*Battle Regiment
**Battle Regiment

Total: 1980 / 2000
Reinforced Units: 1 / 4
Allies: 0 / 400
Wounds: 98
Drops: 2

Thoughts

This mission is really hard for Nighthaunt, so it’s a bad start for them. The mission punishes retreating, and Nighthaunt want to constantly fall back and charge again in hopes of rolling hot on rolls and inflicting debuffs. Meanwhile, their opponent Beastclaw Raiders also wants to charge in early. The difference is that Beastclaw Raiders are pretty resilient and don’t mind sticking around a bit to camp the objective.

That said, Nighthaunt aren’t completely without power here. Even on the first charge they can be quite powerful, especially the Dreadscythe Harridans dotting this list. With precision charges it’s possible to take out a Stonehorn per turn, and keep them tied up as their ethereal saves mean the actual melee attacks for the Stonehorn are quite weak.

The Nighthaunt crush this one.

Result

Nighthaunt Victory – 18 – 2

Ronya Andersson – Nighthaunt: The Quicksilver Dead – 1st Place

Credit: PierreTheMime

The List

See Showdown

Archetype

Dreadscythe Harridan spam

Thoughts

This is indicative of most Nighthaunt lists through the edition. Olynder is one of the better casters in the army, with Shademist and her warscroll spell she can give an enemy unit -1 to hit and would and be +1 to be hit, allowing it to pick a unit she wants dead and focus all their energy on killing it while the Guardian of Souls gives a unit +1 to wound.

The Cruciator gives a -1 to damage incoming (Crucial for the Nighthaunt’s survival) and all the heroes can help bring back dead models, meaning if you don’t put the unit down you’re in for a nightmare. The Spirit Hosts bodyguard for all of them, making sure none of the crucial pieces of this castle are dismantled.

The majority of the action is in the Dreadscythes as long as as an enemy unit has 1 wound on them or a model died this turn they’re hitting and wounding on 3s, and it’s a lot of attacks. The Black Coach rounds out the list, able to drop a ton of mortal wounds (something Nighthaunt lack) each time a bunch of enemy models die.

Lukas Wagner – Seraphon – 2nd Place (Undefeated)

Credit: Matthew Herrington

The List

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Allegiance: Seraphon
– Constellation: Fangs of Sotek
– Grand Strategy: Magic Made Manifest
– Triumphs: Inspired
Leaders
Lord Kroak (450)**
Saurus Astrolith Bearer (160)**
Skink Starpriest (130)**
– Lore of Primal Frost: Hoarfrost
Skink Starseer (160)*
– Lore of Primal Frost: Merciless Blizzard
Slann Starmaster (310)*
– General
– Command Trait: Arcane Might
– Artefact: Spacefolder’s Stave
– Spell: Comet’s Call
Battleline
5 x Saurus Guard (150)**
20 x Saurus Warriors (360)**
– Spears
– Reinforced x 1
10 x Skinks (90)**
– Boltspitters Celestite Daggers & Star Bucklers
Endless Spells & Invocations
Aethervoid Pendulum (50)
Quicksilver Swords (50)
Soulscream Bridge (80)
Faction Terrain
1 x Starborne Realmshaper Engine
Core Battalions
*Andtorian Acolytes
**Battle Regiment
Total: 1990 / 2000
Reinforced Units: 1 / 4
Allies: 0 / 400
Wounds: 104
Drops: 3

Archetype

Seraphon Good Stuff

Thoughts

The standard Seraphon list in most of the edition. Kroak and a Slann, supported with a +1 to cast from an Astrolith Bearer and Saurus Knights to bodyguard any stray hits in their direction.

Seraphon want to just castle up, cast as many spells as they can to summon more stuff, send out scouts to grab objectives and if they die well, there’s more where that came from. If an enemy tries to get too close, they will get bogged down in the 20 Saurus and possibly take a Blizzard from the skink. Bad times.

Phi-Alix Nguyen – Ossiarch Bonereapers – 3rd Place

Arkhan the Black – Credit Scops

The List

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Allegiance: Ossiarch Bonereapers
– Legion: Petrifex Elite
– Grand Strategy: Spellcasting Savant
– Triumphs:

Leaders
Arkhan the Black, Mortarch of Sacrament (390)*
Mortisan Ossifector (130)*
– General
– Command Trait: Aura of Sterility
– Artefact: Gothizzar Cartouche
– Lore of Primal Frost: Merciless Blizzard

Battleline
6 x Immortis Guard (460)*
– Reinforced x 1
5 x Kavalos Deathriders (200)*
– Nadirite Blade and Shield
– Mortek Hekatos
– Necrophoros
4 x Morghast Archai (460)*
– Spirit Halberds
– Reinforced x 1
5 x Kavalos Deathriders (200)*
– Nadirite Blade and Shield
– Mortek Hekatos
– Necrophoros

Behemoths
Gothizzar Harvester (160)*
– Weapon: Soulcleaver Sickles

Core Battalions
*Battle Regiment

Faction Terrain
Bone Tithe Nexus

Total: 2000 / 2000
Reinforced Units: 2 / 4
Allies: 0 / 400
Wounds: 113
Drops: 1

Archetype

Elite OBR

Thoughts

An interesting take on the elite OBR scheme. The Immortis Guard and the Archai are the things to watch here, as their attack profile is off the charts. Arkhan can cast any spell, so he tends to focus on Empower Nadirite Weapons and Reinforce Constructs to buff those units and Drain Vitality to weak an enemy unit. The Ossifector can buff up the rend on the Archai, and cast Blizzard if something gets too close.

The Deathriders fulfill a slam dunk battle tactic, while the Harvester is an odd choice but certainly has utility. It can cap off any wounds the Immortis Guard have so Arkhan can bring another back, and can fulfill a battle tactic if it mercs a Hero.

Darren Watson – Lumineth Realm-lords – 4th Place

Vanari Starshard Ballista. Credit: Rich Nutter

The List

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Allegiance: Lumineth Realm-lords
– Great Nation: Helon
– Grand Strategy: Slaughter of Sorcery
– Triumphs: N/A

Leaders
Sevireth, Lord of the Seventh Wind (270)*
Hurakan Spirit of the Wind (210)*
Hurakan Spirit of the Wind (210)*
Hurakan Spirit of the Wind (210)**
Hurakan Spirit of the Wind (210)**
Scinari Calligrave (110)**
– General
– Command Trait: Loremaster
– Artefact: Silver Wand
– Lore of Hysh: Total Eclipse
– Lore of Hysh: Speed of Hysh
– Lore of Hysh: Overwhelming Heat

Battleline
5 x Hurakan Windchargers (140)*
– Windspeaker Seneschal
– Standard Bearer
5 x Hurakan Windchargers (140)*
– Windspeaker Seneschal
– Standard Bearer
5 x Hurakan Windchargers (140)**
– Windspeaker Seneschal
– Standard Bearer
5 x Hurakan Windchargers (140)**
– Windspeaker Seneschal
– Standard Bearer

Artillery
Vanari Starshard Ballistas (110)*
Vanari Starshard Ballistas (110)**

Core Battalions
*Battle Regiment
**Battle Regiment

Faction Terrain
Shrine Luminor (0)

Total: 2000 / 2000
Reinforced Units: 0 / 4
Allies: 0 / 400
Wounds: 97
Drops: 2

Archetype

Foxes!

Thoughts

Oh boy, this is an archtype we haven’t seen in a while. Once their move and shoot got nerfed down to only in your own turn, it was basically moved to the dustbin. I guess someone decided to bring it back for the end of the edition and it worked!

The jist of this list is that it wants to shoot you as much as possible and be impossible to lock down. The Spirits of the Wind (and Sevireth) can fire their bows then move or retreat 12″, making them painfully annoying to lock down. It’s not nearly as bad as it was, but they can definitely keep their distance with skilled play. Even if you do manage to get close with them, they can pile-in away from you if they charged this turn, which isn’t even a retreat.

The Hurakan Windchargers can fly and peg units, ignoring Ward saves. Not a bad warmup before the Spirits of the Wind charge in.

Freddie Leggett – Slaves to Darkness – 5th Place

Slaves to Darkness Daemon Prince. Credit: SRM

The List

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Freddie Leggett
Allegiance: Slaves to Darkness
– Damned Legion: Ravagers
– Grand Strategy: Dominating Presenece
– Triumphs: N/A

Leaders
Chaos Sorcerer Lord (120)****
– Mark of Chaos: Tzeentch
– Lore of Primal Frost: Merciless Blizzard
Chaos Sorcerer Lord (120)****
– Mark of Chaos: Tzeentch
– Lore of Primal Frost: Hoarfrost
DarkoathWarqueen (90)*
– Mark of Chaos: Undivided
Slaves to Darkness Daemon Prince (150)**
– General
– Malefic Talons and Trophy Rack
– Command Trait: Not to be Denied
– Mark of Chaos: Tzeentch
Slaves to Darkness Daemon Prince (150)***
– Malefic Talons and wings
– Artefact: Helm of the Oppressor
– Mark of Chaos: Nurgle
Slaves to Darkness Daemon Prince (150)
– Daemonic Axe and Trophy Rack
– Mark of Chaos: Nurgle

Battleline
10 x Chaos Warriors (180)**
– Halberd & Shield
– Mark of Chaos: Nurgle
– Ensorcelled Banner: The Eroding Icon
– 1 x Aspiring Champion
– 1 x Standard Bearer
– 1 x Hornblower
10 x Chaos Warriors (180)**
– Halberd & Shield
– Mark of Chaos: Nurgle
– 1 x Aspiring Champion
– 1 x Standard Bearer
– 1 x Hornblower
9 x Corvus Cabal (80)***
– Mark of Chaos: Undivided
– 1 x Shadow Piercer
– 1 x Shrike Talon
30 x Splintered Fang (300)*
– Mark of Chaos: Undivided
– Reinforced x 2
– 3 x Truebloods
– 3 x Serpent Callers
– 3 x Serpents
20 x Splintered Fang (200)*
– Mark of Chaos: Undivided
– Reinforced x 1
– 2 x Truebloods
– 2 x Serpent Callers
– 2 x Serpents
20 x Splintered Fang (200)***
– Mark of Chaos: Undivided
– Reinforced x 1
– 2 x Truebloods
– 2 x Serpent Callers
– 2 x Serpents
9 x The Unmade (80)***
– Mark of Chaos: Undivided
– 1 x Blissful One
– 1 x Joyous One

Core Battalions
*Wizard-Finders of Andtor
**Battle Regiment
***Battle Regiment
****Andtorian Acolytes

Total: 2000 / 2000
Reinforced Units: 4 / 4
Allies: 0 / 400
Wounds: 174
Drops: 8

Archetype

Cultists!

Thoughts

What a…strange list. Some of the warcry warbands were quite usable, but were generally a side show for the brutes in big metal armor. But what if we took all the good ones and made that the list?

The big show here is the Splintered fang, you probably noticed there were 2 blocks of 20 and a block of 30. That’s a whopping 91 attacks on the 30 man unit, with 6s doing mortals. So on average youre doing somewhere around 15 mortal wounds if you can get them all in there, and with the Ravager subfaction even if you put them down they’re just going to come back.

The two nurgle Daemon Princes can shut off wards, so those mortals cut through anything they damn well please. The tzeentch one can fish for spells, casting Binding Damnation for the most part, to inflict Strike Last on a dangerous target. This frees the Sorcerer Lords up to do Hoarfrost and Blizzard, allowing them to make the army fight better and hit anything that gets too close with mortals.

Given the cultists are going away next edition this is not a bad way for them to go out.

La classique d’été – Bye bye V3

32-player, 5-round Grand Tournament in Sherbrooke, Québec, CA on June 29 2024. All the lists for this event can be found in Best Coast Pairings.

The Showdown

Romain Gosselin-Delort – Mor’phann:
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Army Faction: Idoneth Deepkin
– Army Subfaction: Mor’phann
– Grand Strategy: The Creeping Gloomtide
– Triumphs: Inspired

LEADER

1 x Akhelian King (220)*
– General
– Command Traits: Unstoppable Fury
– Bladed Polearm and Falchion
– Mount Traits: Voidchill Darkness

1 x Volturnos (220)*

1 x Isharann Soulrender (100)*
– Artefacts: Arcane Tome

BATTLELINE

30 x Namarti Thralls (110)*
– Icon Bearer

3 x Akhelian Ishlaen Guard (160)*
– Lochian Prince
– Musician
– Standard Bearer

3 x Akhelian Ishlaen Guard (160)*
– Lochian Prince
– Standard Bearer
– Musician

6 x Akhelian Morrsarr Guard (160)*
– Lochian Prince
– 2 x Standard Bearer
– 2 x Musician

BEHEMOTH

1 x Akhelian Leviadon (400)*

TERRAIN

1 x Gloomtide Shipwreck (0)

OTHER

3 x Aetherwings (70)*

CORE BATTALIONS:

*Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: (1980/2000)

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Justin Lapointe – Blades of Khorne:
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Allegiance: Khorne
– Slaughterhost: The Skullfiend Tribe
– Grand Strategy: Slaughter of Sorcery
– Triumphs: Inspired
LEADERS
Skarbrand (380)**
Slaughterpriest (120)*
– Prayer: Killer Instinct
– Prayer: Unholy Flames
Slaughterpriest (120)*
– Prayer: Blood Sacrifice
– Prayer: Killer Instinct
Bloodthirster of Unfettered Fury (350)*
– General
– Command Trait: Firebrand
– Artefact: A’rgath the King of Blades
– Prayer: Bloodbind
– Prayer: Bronzed Flesh
Slaves to Darkness Daemon Prince (150)
– Axe
– Mark of Chaos: Khorne
– Nullstone Adornment: Pouch of Nulldust
UNITS
10 x Bloodreavers (90)*
– Reaver Blades
10 x Bloodreavers (90)**
– Reaver Blades
5 x Flesh Hounds (100)**
5 x Flesh Hounds (100)**
10 x Skullreapers (400)**
– Goreslick Blades
6 x Furies (90)**
CORE BATTALIONS
*Warlord
** Battle Regiment
ADDITIONAL ENHANCEMENTS
Prayer
TOTAL: 1990/2000 WOUNDS: 136
LEADERS: 5/6 BATTLELINES: 4 (3+) BEHEMOTHS: 2/4 ARTILLERY: 0/4
ARTEFACTS: 1/1 ENDLESS SPELLS & INVOCATIONS: 0/3 ALLIES: 0/400
REINFORCED UNITS: 1/4 DROPS: 6

Thoughts

Two very aggressive armies which both are trying to rely on Strike-Last and Strike-First to get the first good hit in.

Khorne has more consistent Damage output of the two, in short they can get the party started much sooner than Idoneth can, who want to try and delay the melee round until Round 3 when they get to strike first. Khorne meanwhile can start early, cause Strike-Last with their subfaction and hopefully finish it before then.

The advantage of Idoneth lies in maneuverability, and hoping to keep Khorne chasing them, which is going to be heavily contingent on deployment. In the end Khorne pull off a strong victory.

Result

Blades of Khorne Victory – 28 – 8

Justin Lapointe – Blades of Khorne – 1st Place

Credit: Robert “TheChirurgeon” Jones

The List

See Showdown

Archetype

Khorne good stuff

Thoughts

This is pretty standard for Khorne at this point. Take Skarbrand and a boomthirster, a retinue of support priests to buff your guys and wreck face while your chaff either contribute to the fight or die ignominiously for the blood tithe. The Skullfiend tribe lets your chaff contribute by fishing for 8+ on the charge to give Strike last, while the Bloodthirsters and Skullreapers get to do the real work.

The interesting addition here is the Khorne Daemon Prince which probably is actually more useful here than Slaves to Darkness, where using its heroic action won’t cripple the army quite as much. For it’s point cost it’s a pretty solid assassin, flying over chaff to hit the soft heroes within.

The Best of the Rest

There were N more players on X-1 records. They were:

  • 2nd – Loic Gosselin Delort – Lumineth Realm-lords (Ymetrica): Two battle cattle and Stoneguard focused infantry.
  • 3rd – Michael Grenon – Blades of Khorne (Blades of Vengeance): Triple Bloodthirsters and good stuff.
  • 4th – Romain Gosselin-Delort – Idoneth Deepkin (Mor’phann): See Showdown.
  • 5th – Martin Matte – Kharadron Overlords (Barak-zon): KO Good stuff.

Texas Masters GT 2024 at Dragon’s Lair

32-player, 5-round Grand Tournament in Houston, TX, United States on June 29 2024. All the lists for this event can be found in Best Coast Pairings. This mission uses a mix of missions from GHBs past, and 1 custom mission, taken from past major events in Texas.

The Showdown

Mission – Focal Points (From GHB 2018)

Ryan Rutherford – Seraphon:
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Army Faction: Seraphon
– Army Type: Coalesced
– Army Subfaction: Koatl’s Claw
– Grand Strategy: Better Late than Never
– Triumphs: Inspired

LEADER

1 x Saurus Astrolith Bearer (160)*
– General
– Command Traits: Vengeful Defender
– Artefacts: Arcane Tome

1 x Skink Starseer (160)*
– Spells: Hoarfrost

1 x Skink Starpriest (130)*
– Spells: Heavenly Frenzy

BATTLELINE

9 x Kroxigor (150)*
– 3 x Moonstone Hammer

20 x Saurus Warriors (180)*
– Saurus Warrior Alpha
– 2 x Icon Bearer
– 2 x War-drummer
– Celestite Spear

6 x Aggradon Lancers (190)*
– Aggradon Lancer Alpha
– 2 x Icon Bearer
– 2 x War-drummer
– Celestite Spear

10 x Skinks (90)*
– Skink Alpha
– Boltspitter
– Celestite Dagger and Star-buckler

10 x Skinks (90)*
– Skink Alpha
– Boltspitter
– Celestite Dagger and Star-buckler

BEHEMOTH

1 x Bastiladon with Ark of Sotek (180)*

TERRAIN

1 x Coalesced Realmshaper Engine (0)

CORE BATTALIONS:

*Battle Regiment

TOTAL POINTS: (2000/2000)

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Randal Brasher – Ogor Mawtribes:
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Kragnos and the Five Tyrant Deathpunch

Allegiance: Ogor Mawtribes
– Mawtribe: Meatfist
– Mortal Realm: Ghur
– Grand Strategy: Veterans of the Lone Star War
– Triumphs: Bloodthirsty

Leaders
Kragnos, The End of Empires (700)*
Tyrant (150)*
– General
– Command Trait: Killer Reputation
– Big Name: Brawlerguts
Tyrant (150)**
– Big Name: Brawlerguts
– Artefact: Gruesome Trophy Rack
Tyrant (150)**
– Big Name: Brawlerguts
Tyrant (150)**
– Big Name: Brawlerguts
– Artefact: Arcane Tome

Battleline
4 x Irongutz (240)*
4 x Leadbelchers (150)*
4 x Leadbelchers (150)*

Units
20 x Gnoblars (120)*

Faction Terrain
The Great Mawpot

Endless Spells
Suffocating Gravetide (30)

Core Battalions
*Battle Regiment
**Command Entourage – Magnificent

Total: 1990 / 2000
Reinforced Units: 0 / 4
Allies: 0 / 400
Wounds: 118
Drops: 4

Thoughts

Going back to a much earlier mission this is an interesting battle indeed. Ogors have some advantages here: As the objectives are close together foot Ogors can wedge themselves pretty well, to score 3 points in a triangle, but they have to stretch out a bit more to grab 2 opposite objectives.

This Seraphon list is very different from the usual, not a Slann in sight and instead a focus on Saurus. If it was more Magic focused, Kragnos might have more use in the Ogor list, but instead it’s 2 beat sticks wailing on each other. The Seraphon have the slight edge here, giving them the victory.

Result

Seraphon Victory – 29 – 27

Ryan Rutherford – Koatl’s Claw (Seraphon) – 1st Place

The List

See Showdown

Archetype

Melee focused dinos

Thoughts

It’s a nice change of pace to not say this is two slann and the usual retinue of Heroes guarding them. This is the other form of Seraphon in the book, the Coalesced. The hammers here are the 20 Saurus Warriors, the 6 Aggradon Lancers and the 9 Kroxigors. The goal is to buff these guys up and charge them in ASAP, to benefit from Koatl’s Claw’s +1 to wound on the charge. The Ark of Sotek Bastiladon can also help out with its impressive 20 attacks with mortal 6s.

One skink casts Hoarfrost to buff their Wound (or rend, depending on the roll) while the other casts Heavenly Frenzy to grant run and charge. The skinks can screen out anyone trying to charge them first and use their blowpipes to try and plink some chaff out of the way trying to likewise screen them out.

The Best of the Rest

There were 5 more players on 4-1 records. They were:

  • 2nd – Kel Pigg – Flesh-eater Courts (Hollowmourne Grand Court): Knights, Horrors and Beastflayers supported by Wizard and Priest heroes.
  • 3rd – Bryan Loften – Kruleboyz (Grinnin Blades): Kruleboyz good stuff.
  • 4th – Randall Brasher – Ogor Mawtribes (Meatfist): See Showdown.
  • 5th – Dillon Rieger – Sylvaneth (Heartwood): Belthanos, Durthu, Drycha with 6 Kurnoth Hunters.
  • 6th – Jack Ratley  – Cities of Sigmar (Misthåvn): Witchhunter bonanza.

Wrap Up

What a way to go out! This week is another set of preorders for 4th edition and then it won’t be long until we have a brand new edition and a brand new meta to go through. Thank you again for following on this journey to wrap up 3rd!

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