I felt like I didn’t do hardly any gaming over the winter and even fewer gaming projects. But looking back there were actually some great games and a few really really good events. Lately things have also picked up a lot again.
Early in the winter, Tom and I played a bunch of Pirates vs British.
I got in some good Kill Team games.
We had our first big Kill Team mega-battle, as a prequel to the annual PAGE Winter Apocalypse.
The PAGE Winter Apocalypse was once more a huge success.
Colin and I played in the Berks Winter Blast doubles tournament together with a whole bunch of friends, and we didn’t even embarrass ourselves!
I’ve continued to really enjoy playing my Infinity Shock Army, and very nearly won the March tournament at Redcap’s. My Warcor did win that month’s painting vote for the best civilian, which I was really happy about.
Sascha talked me into joining his overly elaborate 40K campaign, and I’m glad I did. This past round Karl and I had an amazingly good game, with bikers charging across toxic waste ponds to hit Reivers holding a bridge, a winged Chaos warlord progressively wiping out half a table on his own, and lots of other super fun gameplay.
I finished a collection of base toppers for an Imperial Guard project. They match GW’s old Imperialis Basing Kit toppers which had previously been used for some of the figures. These are now on Thingiverse.
I built out a whole overly large Guard contingent for Kill Team. I was very satisfied with some of the posing, which required some minor conversions and work here and there. I’ve also started assembling my Shadowspear box, and was really happy with the outcome of a good amount of small work to tweak the Vanguard Captain into a model I really like.
Alice requested several times to come to Redcap’s for Sunday Infinity and has been playing lots of games at home.
The points values went up, so my Knight Valiant made its debut into Sascha’s 40K campaign and continued to obliterate duders in the name of the Emperor.