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2019 Summary – Trollbloods

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.

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Hunters Grim: Where are you?

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 […]

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Troll Impaler: Theory, Test, Fix

  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.   […]

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I am a Filthy Casual

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, […]

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Borka 2

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 […]