Chuji Roundup – WATTcon results are in and final. Ten players, three rounds, plenty of laughs.
This wonderful piece of plastic is courtesy of Craig from Lasertouch. His gear is awesome, check it out.
Best General on the day, harvesting the most battle points from the bodies of his opponents was Babelfisher Leigh. Congratulations Dude.
Leigh with the perpetual trophy
The overall winner was Adam. The chaos gods favoured Slaneesh, so 6th place got the nod. Congratulations. I don’t have his picture but check out his ace Warlord Titan over at T’leroth’s Blog. It helped make our apoc battle very schmick.
One more shot of Leigh. Because it’s funny:
Catch and release?
See you on the battle field.
T’leroth has done us proud, with another terrific battle report, this time of Monday’s truly titanic apocalypse match between the forces of ruin and niceness.
Leigh’s Blood Angels assault into the scout’s sniper position
The above shot is from the earlier battles. In this one a Thunderhawk landed right on this building where some Sanguinary Guard were demonstrating assault tactics to an Ultramarine scout squad. The rest of the field became largely irrelevant as the carnage dished out by both sides was secondary to the Son’s of Sanguinius laughing as they rescued the VIP from the wreckage and high tailed it out of harm’s way. (Well done to Leigh who despite some stout resistance from my scouts really controlled the game from the start.)
An image has come to light of some Sanguinary Guard of the Blood Angels about to run-down a foul daemon horde of Slaanesh:
Take that foul winged freaks! (Mike’s Daemons versus Leigh’s Blood Angel)
The Inquisition have refused to comment on a rumour that the Blood Angles had their wings ripped off by the daemonettes on this occassion. Better luck next time fellahs.
Faith and Steel aren’t the only record available.
Check out the report on the Howling Griffins over at T’leroth’s
T’leroth’s Howling Griffins
Latest from the news wire.
The largest battle to date raged over the weekend. Pictures have not yet emerged, but Faith & Steel will make them available as soon as they are cleared for publication by the Inquisition.
We have sketchy reports of 15 battles that were fought into the lead up to a engagement of apocalyptic proportions between the ruinous powers and loyal subjects of the Emperor. Initial reports have the fight, despite enormous losses on both sides, as being inconclusive. Late in the day Chaos held a slight tactical advantage over the Imperial Forces, holding more critical points across the battle space. However the large losses inflicted on the heretics, including the loss of a mighty corrupted titan and the death of their purported overlord saw the day end in a stalemate.
Despite the carnage the war looks set to continue.
Details are equally sketchy on the battles leading up to the Titan’s End War. Reports include alien sightings – Tyranids and Eldar. A more grave tiding are reports of conflicts between different Astartes Chapters. Surely the work of evil agents and provocateurs and signalling a dangerous turn in the campaign.
As our correspondents submit reports, F&S will make them available.