Death Guard

Start Competing: Death Guard Tactics (Updated 5/16/2022)

Do you like being really, really hard to kill? Do you like to dish out your vengeance to enemies in a slow, methodical fashion? Do you think Nurglings are adorable? Then Death Guard may be the army for you! Death...

Local Boys Made Good: Greg and Norman, Triumphant

We’re back from the most important event to happen this past weekend and boy do we have stories to tell. It’s got everything; losing, big lunches, Gundams, and a special surprise (or not really a surprise if you read...

2Q22 Post-Dataslate Faction Focus: Death Guard

Games Workshop dropped its Q2 Balance Dataslate for 40k in mid-April, dramatically changing a number of key factions. Astra Miliatrum, Marines and Sisters were buffed, Harlequins, T’au, and Custodes were nerfed, and some key game rules were changed. Now...

Competitive Innovations in 9th: The Curtain Falls

This week's edition of Competitive Innovations is going to be relatively brief - we only had three events this weekend due to it being Easter, and two of those were pre-Balance Dataslate and Tyranid Codex, and were dominated by armies...

The Horus Heresy: The Battle of Perditus, Dark Angels Order of the Broken Claws and Death Guard Mortus Poisoners

The Tuchulcha is one of the most important narrative macguffins in the Warhammer 40,000/Horus Heresy setting, being key to the abilities and actions of the Dark Angels in both the Heresy and 40K timelines. Claimed by the First Legion...

Warzone Nachmund Faction Focus: Death Guard

The first competitive season for 40k has arrived, with War Zone: Nachmund giving us new points, missions, secondary objectives, and rules to contemplate. These rules represent a major shake-up for competitive 40k and to help you make sense of...

TheChirurgeon’s Road Through 2022, Part 2: January in Asgard

Welcome back, Dear Reader, to my ongoing (mis)adventures in competitive 40k. In my last article I talked about hobby progress and getting in some practice games, and found myself crawling back to Death Guard after swearing them off. They're...

TheChirurgeon’s Road Through 2021, Part 17: The GW Austin Open, Part 3

Welcome, Dear Reader, to the final part of my three-part writeup on my triumphs and travails at the Games Workshop Tournament in Austin. Last time I talked about following up a 3-0 day 1 with a much more draining...

TheChirurgeon’s Road Through 2021, Part 16: The GW Austin Open, Part 2

Welcome back, Dear Reader! If you've been following along, in my last article you read about my master triumph of going 3-0 to start the Austin GW Open Tournament, putting me in rarified air with the likes of Siegler,...

TheChirurgeon’s Road Through 2021, Part 15: The GW Austin Open, Part 1

Welcome back, Dear Reader, to my ongoing quest to achieve some level of competitive respectability in Warhammer 40,000. Last week I talked about padding out my ITC resume by playing a practice event at the Empire Central RTT down in...