Episode 047: Gamehole Con

Peter employs no less than fifteen chalkboards and five stacks of sticky notes to contemplate exactly what is the Theory of a Dead Man.

Jarred from Bolter Club visits Pete’s Bar once again to discuss our plans for Gamehole Con. We run through the missions, how we created them, the ideas behind them and what you could expect coming to an event hosted by us.

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Episode 46: Tooth and Claw

Find out what Mark and Peter have been up to as they talk shop and discuss the possibilities of spray on shoes and transforming water molecules into food.

Tooth and Claw is the latest campaign supplement in the 40k universe. It’s been a long time coming and Games Workshop delivered. Set on Vigilus, this fast paced campaign will leave you wanting to name your figures and start up a kill team.

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Episode 045: Dear Casey Kasem

Find out what Mark and Peter have been up to as they talk shop and discuss the theoretical possibilities of Animal Transmorphication.

In our Dear Casey Kasem segment, we answer a long distance request from, Corbin.

And he writes: How to run a Narrative Event at your friendly local store?

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Episode 044: Three Ways to Sunday

Mark and Peter chat hobby progress and dive into their latest tabletop excursion.

Bandrois is back. Enjoy the continued Lore we create for this ongoing narrative campaign.

The trap is set, will the PDF take the bait. It’s an unexpected three way battle between Norm, Mark, and Peter. Visit our website, www.ngc40k.com , the missions are available for you to try out with your friendly narrative gamers.

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Episode 043: First Rule of Bolter Club

Peter brings on another special guest, Jarred from Bolter Club.

First rule of Bolter Club, we don’t talk about Bolter Club. Crap, I broke the first rule. Sorry Jarred.

We talk to Jarred about The Bolter Club, why it was created, where it’s going and the Mighty Morphine Power Up between the Club and NGC40k.

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Episode 042: #Hobbystreak

Peter brings on a special guest from days gone by.

Norm is back to discuss #Hobbystreak. We talk about ways to keep you motivated in the hobby and your army progress moving forward.

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Episode 041: Has it Been Three Years?

Mark and Peter celebrate the three year anniversary of the NGC04k Podcast.

In this episode you will hear the Bandrois Campaign like never before.

The battle is taken to the streets on Chargis III, with an all new mission that we will share on the website.

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Breaking out of Hobby Stagnation

Mark and I are breaking out of hobby stagnation one game at a time.  In our recent episode we talked about our struggles in the hobby and quickly figured out what the solution was.  Playing games.  Not just any games, games with friends and like minded players.  Games where we knew we would have a good time because of the company we were in.  We set out to do just that.

So I called Mark up and said let’s do this, and we agreed to play at my place.  I set the points to 1248pts.  We both have fun with these off the cuff point levels.  Then I set up parts of my canyon board, knowing it may be my last game on this board before I sold it.  Making it extra special, I set up some of the Mechanical Warhorse Terrain I had been working on and decided the scenario would be a War Torn Mining Town.

I thought it would be an interesting change to be fighting along the river rather than across it.  I used the Open War cards, hand selected the deployment and drew an objective.  I was going to hand pick this too, but the first one I drew I thought was pretty cool (The Comet).  The first draw on the Twist was interesting and appropriate as well (Dead of Night).

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I won the roll off and chose to go second, based on the scenario.  Mark brought a well rounded Astro Militarum Force.  I chose to bring my Honoured Sons painted in Detroit Mitus campaign colors.  I also decided now was the time to break out my RainbowWarriors and had two squad of Intercessors join the battle.

It was a hard fought battle and a blast to play.  In the end I managed to prevent Mark from being able to claim the objective, despite his valiant efforts to do so.  I learned Intercessors play like how I picture Astartes being in the game, tough as nails and deadly in all forms of combat.  I also learned that with the right orders, AM could put out an amazing volume of fire, hold their own in the face of certain doom and rely on powerful characters to stand their ground.

I had a great time and look forward to our next match.

Episode 039; Stagnation Nation

Mark and Peter discuss hobby progress and what gorilla glue is not meant for.

Segment 1: We discuss Hobby Stagnation. What got us into it and the simple remedy to get you out of it.

Segment 2: We answer a two part listener question about the collecting and expansion of your current army, and how to tackle lopsided victories in a campaign.

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Bonding with the Hobby

My son has been asking for…..ev…..er to get his own army and play the game dad plays.  We sat down and picked an army for him.  We looked through the marine codex and the army he chose was Black Templars.  Praise Be!

This week he turned the big 7.  I felt he was old enough to start introducing him into the hobby.  So for his birthday I bought him his first Tactical Squad and a batch of Reivers.  I let him pick what he wanted the squad to be equipped with.  A 7yr old follows the Rule of Cool.  I enjoyed the choices and his reasons to why.

More Father Son hobby time to follow.