Black Library Book Review: Krieg (2022)

Krieg is Steve Lyons' latest addition to the legend and myth of the infamous Death Korps of Krieg. Dispatched to a planet making up part of the Cordon Impenetra around the Octarius Sector, which is currently the arena hosting a snowballing, human initiated conflict between Hive Fleet Leviathan and the Ork Empire of Octarius. While... Continue Reading →

What is Chaos: Slaanesh

Slaanesh, The Dark Prince, Lord of Excess, She Who Thirsts is the Chaos God of pleasure, excess, desire, hedonism and passion, and is considered the youngest of their brethren. To indulge in your darkest fantasies at the cost of all else, to desire nothing less than the bliss of perfection, these are the ways mortals... Continue Reading →

What is Chaos: Nurgle

The Plague Lord, Plaguefather, Lord of Decay, Fly Lord and, to his followers, Papa Nurgle, is the God of disease, decay, despair, life and death. Nurgle’s power waxes and wanes with the tides of his contagions and the strength of the despair he inspires across reality, thus scholars consider Nurgle to be the third most... Continue Reading →

What is Chaos: Tzeentch

The Changer of Ways, The Lord of Sorcery, The Architect of Fate, Great Deceiver, Raven God; 999 are the names given to Tzeentch, one of the four great Gods of Chaos whose domain encompasses change, magic, deceit, hope, ambition and destiny. Tzeentch is prayed to from remote wizard towers, smoky corporate boardrooms and noble estates... Continue Reading →

What is Chaos: Khorne

Blood God, Lord of Skulls, Kharneth, Hunter of Souls; these are but some of names and titles given to the Chaos God of war, hatred, slaughter, blood but also martial prowess and honour. Across thousands of battlefields in both the Mortal Realms and the darkness of the far future, mighty warriors and blood-crazed lunatics in heavy armour... Continue Reading →

The Farstriders: A Deckbuilding Journey Pt. 2

You may have seen recently the start of my deckbuilding adventure with Sanson's Farstriders, if not go check out part one of this series here. Sanson's Farstriders were one of the first warbands I played, and while they've often struggled to be competitive I've always found them to be an interesting strategic challenge. Essentially their... Continue Reading →

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