Only three days out. I can’t wait to see my narrative buds in Texas. The narrative event is jam packed. There is still room in the solo events from what I’m told. So you can still partake in some narrative goodness put on by the best in the business, The Narrative Guys.
This is going to be one heck of a weekend in Austin. See you there.
If you are wanting to keep up with the events of the Bandrois Campaign, visit Mark’s blog Excursions Beyond The Call. He’s been writing the narrative behind what is going on for his force related to the campaign. He’s got a lot of great pictures of each game.
He periodically posts hobby updates, ideas and other narrative things he’s up to.
He also has plenty of pictures of his works as a professional artist.
Wargames Con is a tabletop gaming convention and tournament for multiple gaming systems including Warhammer 40k, Warmachine and Hordes, Flames of War, Infinity and X-Wing! It takes place August 26th through the 28th in Austin, Texas.
The Narrative Guys, fresh off the heels of the LVO have put together another massive narrative campaign event. I’ve been telling you about some of the cool stuff we have been cooking up. Piece by piece it is coming together. Fantastic story lines, kick ass terrain and narrative driven 40k. I can’t wait to hang out with the Dan and Glenn again and roll some dice.
Attention: they are looking for one more admech player to join the narrative team event and the solo event has several openings. So if you want to play on terrain like this,
hurry up and lock in your place at the table. If we want to see more events like this, we need to give them our full support and sell them out every time they are offered. Follow the links provided, team up with a friend, book your hotel, get your tickets and play your heart out.
Milwaukee Area Wargaming is a new group with the goal of connecting gamers of all kinds in the Milwaukee area. They have partnered with Binary in West Allis to provide a central location for gamers to meet and play late into the night. Binary is a nerd/geek paraphernalia culture bar with board and card games for people to play as well as space for table top gamers to wage war until bar close. This place looks pretty sweet.
If you are in the Milwaukee area, show your support, make new friends with common interests and help grow your community.
Unreal that it’s been one year since we started this adventure. We set out to be different, drive the narrative, be a positive voice in our community and I hope we lived up to the expectations we set for ourselves. The only true testament to us meeting those expectations is our ever growing listenership.
To help us celebrate this milestone, Carlos from Mechanical Warhorse sent us one of his new Model 30 Billboards to give to our listeners. It seemed only appropriate that we celebrate our One year the same way we kicked this whole thing off. Thank you Carlos for being such a wonderful supporter of the show and events we run.
In our twentieth episode Mark and Peter return after another long stint. We discuss what we’ve been up to in the hobby and games played.
Segment 1: The battle for Chargis III in the Vestega System continues. Just who is Lord Bandrois? We also continue the campaign creation by discussing what we plan to do for the second installment of the Bandrois campaign.
Segment 2: Interesting Places on the Web. We cover a few cool places that have been passed on to us by others. We also tip our hat to one of Pete’s favorite youtube channels as they bid their followers farewell.
Bolter Segment: The Battle for Detros Mitus continues as the ork bikes breach the the lines in advance of the endless ork war machine.
Episode 20 is edited and waiting for the bolter segment. I plan to have the next installment of the Battle for Detros Mitus recorded tomorrow and edited over the weekend. I intend to drop this episode late this weekend or very early next week.
It’s a solid episode and was a pleasure editing. I can’t wait to pass it along to our listeners. We will also be announcing another giveaway so pay attention for that.
A friendly reminder. If you can get to Wargames Con in Austin, TX, the weekend of August 26th, come join us for some great narrative gaming and what is shaping up to be an awesome event. Sergeant Valus will be there, stop by and say hi.
The Orks push back the Elysians and stop the Raven Guard from cutting off their reinforcements. The Orks mass for a counter offensive to drive them off their continent.
A greater threat approaches.
The tendrils of the Leviathan have reached the sector. The dangers posed by the Tyranids became clear as the skies to the east darkened and leather skinned wings delivered teeth and claw. The biomass on the planet is great. It will be a powerful beacon to the ever consuming dragon. Emperor’s throne. . . we are all doomed.
The Narrative Guys are running a two day narrative event there. I know this isn’t the first Narrative Con event they’ve run, but it’s my first time going to one and hot damn I’m excited! From what I’ve seen on the internet, their events are to narrative gamers as Adepticon or LVO is to competative play.
I had the pleasure of chatting with Dan and Glenn at Adepticon and went over ideas to support a nationwide/global narrative game. Those events are starting to unfold now and I can’t wait to see where we can take it. Maybe it’s in the cards that NGC40k will be running a narrative event at a Con soon too.
The best way to show support for these types of events is to go to them. Check out The Narrative Guys, get inspired, start a campaign and join us at Wargames Con.
In our nineteenth episode Mark and Peter return after what seems like forever. We discuss what we’ve been up to in the hobby and games played. We also discuss The Narrative Guys Beta, the global campaign that Peter discussed in previous episodes; and how we participated in that.
Segment 1: We review the Space Marines Codex, NGC style. We delve codex deep into the codex fluff of the Ultramarines.
Segment 2: We create a narrative campaign from scratch, on the fly. We go through the who, why and what of the campaign process. It was a lot of fun creating it and look forward to the first game.
Bolter Segment: The Battle for Detros Mitus continues as the orks make their advance on the Sabre Ridge. (a repeat of last episodes, sorry, family life got in the way of recording the newest segment)