It isn’t fun facing the same group of people over and over again, knowing you’re going to lose. The “100 game” rule should be something we try to eliminate. Ratings and handicaps can help. Prizes other than “won the tournament” should be considered. And as a community, we have to be willing to try new things.
After a bunch of games (not as many as I would like), and a nice break, I can say that I still enjoy playing trolls. Breaking from the FB and forum groups was a good idea. It helped me experiment more and gripe less. All in all, Trolls are good, the game is good, and I’m looking forward to the future.
Grim2, Where Are You? Looking at Grim2 again as a primary warlock for my Trollblood army. I haven’t seen much of him since the beginning of 2017. I honestly can’t be sure where he really fits. The best luck I’ve had with him is as a direct answer to lists that depend on healing, via […]
Troll Impaler, the Model I have always liked the Impaler model. He(?) looks brutal. In the old days, he was much bigger than Trollkin, but now they are about as big, and a pack of Impalers could easily be confused for a unit of something wierd. The older sculpt is still my favorite. […]
Filthy Casual! To clarify the purpose of this blog, I think it needs to be stated that I play as well as any filthy casual might play. I do not win Steamrollers, do not craft highly competitive meta-breaking lists, or have every model and corresponding card memorized. That being said, I do enjoy making lists, […]
I’ve recently started experimenting with Borka 2. He looks like a terror. His mount is a polar bear, because he’s that awesome. With his countercharge spell, and freezing feat, Borka begs for a large Battlegroup. Unfortunately, he needs to drag along fury management to keep his battlegroup under control. For all of his aggressiveness, Borka […]