Getting back to the tournament, Six and I have been fine-tuning our lists to better compliment one another for the event. I mean, take a look at the sort of armies we're up against, and it is a little intimidating. Last Saturday, I got to watch this list in action- one word: Wow! Those Dark Eldar look phenomenal (and they are brutal on the table)! There are going to be a lot of fun and competitive lists that Six and I will have the opportunity to play against. Not only will this tournament challenge the both of us, but I'm hoping we glean valuable lessons' and experience.
Prior to the Bits Bash Gabby (OCC's owner) is going to open the store at 9:00am for a bits swap! Whether you have a ton of bits, or figures to unload (or you're looking to score bits for that latest conversion)- the bits swap will more than likely have it! There is only one rule: Refrain from swapping bits for cash in the store; if you need to "buy" a bit or item, do it with an Olympic Cards and Comics gift card (or store merchandise). This courtesy provides that the store doesn't lose out while hosting this free event. Personally, I like supporting Olympic Cards and Comics. I get to make use of their game tables free of charge 7 days a week, time permitting. Not to mention the fact that Gabby is the coolest gal around!
Last but not least; apparently this morning GW "accidentally" leaked a FAQ describing how to paint "your Storm Raven"...with a picture. Tomalock posted links to the article (that GW later removed from their website). I have one word for the supposed Storm Raven pictured in this article: Yuck!
|How do bricks fly in the 41st millennium?|
|I preferred the "Crux" version of the Storm Raven shared by Patzgcrux. This is the one that I made following his directions.|