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About this blog

Just somewhere to place my opinions in a publicly accessible text form.

If you're crazy enough to want to hear my opinions vocally, my Youtube Channel is here: LINK

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An Online Narrative Campaign

So I've been brainstorming an idea for how to put on an online narrative campaign, and by George, I think I've got it. The Word of the Day here is "Narrative": So here's the idea: 1. Begin with a timeline for events (Let's say a week). At the start of the week (Thursday, for funsies) we know the condition in which our internet world stands (What locations exist and who controls what, etc). 2. We go about our week on a regular gaming basis. We play games, etc. 3. Dur

SuperHappyTime

SuperHappyTime

 

Let's Talk Prices Real Quick

Last week's Tzaangors Pre-Orders had me in a bliss the likes you've never seen before, but I've come off that high when I got to think about what I was going to purchase: The Bad: Kairic Acolytes at 20 for $50. Still a better ppm than 10 for $35, but this has been a climbing trend. See Plague Monks and Crypt Ghouls, this is quite a bit of an upward trend. Ogroid Thaumaturge at $41, Curseling at $25, Gaunt Summoner at $25. (Don't let them know the Magister is still at $15) Clampack

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SuperHappyTime

 

Themed Listbuilding In the Age of Sigmar

I've been looking over the GH released points and been a little depressed on how a number of the new factions don't have enough different things to make a very diverse army. In particular, the old High and Dark Elf factions are quite limited, using the same unit over and over while supplementing with 1-2 Behemoths/Leaders. Here's a few of the really easy to make specific allegiance Order factions I'm referring to: Devoted of Sigmar: 30 Flagellants, 2 War Altars of Sigmar, Warrior Pries

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SuperHappyTime

 

AoS Needs Fluff Support

I believe that AoS is a good miniatures game but will continue to blast it's creator (GW) for a poor handling of the game. This time, I'm focusing on fluff instead of rules, or mainly where the lack of fluff. When you searched online about the old factions, you could usually get a quick flavor blurb about why someone might want to play Empire, or Dwarfs, or High/Dark Elves, or Warriors of Chaos, or Skaven, or Orcs and Goblins. This seems to be a missing part and parcel for Age of Sigma

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SuperHappyTime

 

Start Collecting Boxes Speculation

This was a little listing experiment that I started that I think everyone else may have thought of before. I’ll cover Order for now and probably do the other Grand Alliances down the road. But it’s always fun to speculate: Start Collecting Boxes usually have the same following things: -          At least one full unit of Battleline, maybe a little more models but never two (usually close to 1.5) -          If the army has access to a cavalry unit, it will be a part of the b

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SuperHappyTime

 

Start Collecting Point Costs

I did this a while ago but never got around to posting it. Here are the points for each of the Start Collecting Boxes: 12 Saurus Warrior* 200 6 Saurus Knights* 240 Oldblood on Carnosaur 320     20 Plague Monks 140 Plague Furnace 220 Plagueclaw 180     Arkhan the Black 340 10 Skeleton

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SuperHappyTime

 

Path to Glory Has Issues

I take a look into what may be a massive problem with a new format of the General's Handbook. To let you know ahead of time, I consider points the primary consideration through this entire piece. Bringing up tactics like use of hordes, fast units, elites, summoning, and monsters is a good point, but I'm going to bust it open at the very end. Did you choose Chaos for a Path to Glory Campaign? No! Don't worry! I won't judge harshly! Yet... So which god did you pick? From what I'll show

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SuperHappyTime

 

Netlisting

Hello, my name is SuperHappyTime... and... I'm what you might call a netlister. (Que "Hi SuperHappyTime”) For those not familiar with the term netlist or netlister, it's a derogatory term used by a player-base to insult a group of players that build their gaming playstyles/profiles/lists not based on personal experiences, but on internet searching. More specifically, they look at winning playstyles and build their said lists from them. Now this will generally cause hate from a numb

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SuperHappyTime

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