Gamehole Con is Underway

You heard Jarred, of Bolterclub fame, and I talk about our plans at Gamehole Con in episode 47.  There is still time to sign up and go.  Madison, WI.  Come out and play.

Do you like 40k?  Of course you do or you wouldn’t be reading this.  Well Warhammer 40k has come back in a huge way at this convention.  You’ve heard us talk about the events we are running that include Kill Team and various point levels of regular 40k.  Then our friends Joe and Levi are back again this year after running a successful Kill Team event last year.

In to 30k?  Geoff has you covered.  He is running his first ever 30k event at Gamehole Con.  He is a fellow good brother of the Bolterclub and knows how to throw down a great narrative game.  Helped us with our play testing, a special thank you to him for that.

Please show your support for these events so we can continue to see them grow.

Catch me on Sunday, say “Hi”.  I’ll have a handful of t-shirts to give out.

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 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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The Battle for Chargis III Continues

Mark and I got together last night to record a special episode and return focus on the Bandrois Campaign.  This was a custom mission Mark wrote up.  I will start a new tab on the site where you can download these missions and play them for yourself.

Narrative campaigns are a great way to play the game.  It’s our favorite way to play and we want to continue to share our love of this game with everyone.  We are asked narrative gaming questions all the time.  Listening or reading to how we put these missions together and use those results to build our next mission, is a great way to learn how to do this yourselves.  I would love to hear about your narrative campaigns, named characters, etc.

This mission was all about the local PDF trying to paint the Raven Guard as heretics by sending a last ditch transmission into space and the Astartes storming out of the shadows to thwart it.

There were some epic showdowns and it was a bloodbath on both sides.  The Primaris Marines really shined in the game and The Angel of Death (my chaplain) had an incredible effect on the guardsmen when he buried himself in their lines.  The PDF priest shined even brighter in this game, helping the guard assault and slaughter scouts and marines alike.

We will talk all about this in Episode 41.

Episode 40: Wargames Con Warm-up

This is the first episode of the new hour long format. So get your brushes, glue, and hobby knife ready. This is your hour a night made easy.

Peter brings Dan and Glenn back from The Narrative Guys.

In this episode we talk about the history of Wargames Con, where its heading, and what The Narrative Guys have planned. When I say you have to experience this event, I mean just that. The Narrative Guys are firing on all cylinders when it comes to the Narrative play experience and once you participate you’ll be coming back year after year.

Episode 40

WarGames Con is held in Austin, TX, Aug17th-19th.

A shout to those companies involved in making items for the event.

Death Ray Designs

Gamescraft Miniatures

M3 Studios

Wargames Terrain Factory

 

I spent the day at Pegasus Games in Madison, playing in an event ran by the local MYCL gaming group. Kenny from the Combat Phase was the event host. I had a great time, met some new people and even won Best Painted. I was really happy to be able to participate in an event that wasn’t my own for a change.


The event was a more narrative driven tournament, which meant the missions were story driven with an over arching theme, in this case the great rift as it happened. Also, this required a two paragraph story on your force and they wanted it based on a Black Library book or codex. Mine was the Honoured Sons of course, expanding on the one paragraph about them in the codex that has them fighting a Tyranid Hive Fleet Jormungandr.

I included some pics of a few armies that were on display.

Thanks again Kenny for running this event.

Fate of Konor: Galaxy in Flames

Hey everyone,

Guess who’s back

Back again

G-dub’s back

Tell a friend.

In all seriousness.  Games Workshop has aimed their bat for the left bleachers and I want to help them hit this one out of the park.  Narrative is what we do, right?  They have laid out an entire campaign battling over six planets.  Each one will have a fun, unique mission.  I’m excited and I hope you are too.

You can support your side in two ways.

One way is by painting minis and I mean come on, with all the new minis out and folks like us that are on One Hour a Night on Facebook, this should be a no brainer.  Don’t hold back and don’t be deterred, break out those brushes and help your side.

The other way to help is play the mission that they posted for the week.  I don’t know about you, but I’ve been playing the heck out of some 40k since the new addition dropped and you don’t have to talk me into catching a game, especially a narrative based one.

It’s in the game pff. . .    It’s in our name bro!

Lastly, all you have to do is report your results to the local store.  Simple and Sweet.

So go show your support for narrative gaming.  Follow the link and support the Fate of Konor.  Like the great Shai Lebeouf once said,

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Episode 026; Frozen Heresy

In our twenty sixth episode Mark and Peter close out a year of great hobby in the realm of 40k. We discuss 40k endtimes, what we would love to see if an 8th edition is coming, peeping in Jervis Johnsons dining window on Christmas and what we look forward to in the new year.

Segment 1: The 2016 Battle for Detros Mitus compilation.

Segment 2: A musical parody of Disney’s Frozen. Music provided by my daughter’s karaoke disc of the movie. #FrozenHeresy

We want to thank all our listeners for another great year.

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