So in the spotlight series over the last couple of posts I have been talking Harlequins… well – time to put my money where my mouth is! Here is the list I am running in a 4 game event tomorrow! Harlequin Masque Detachment – 1245 total Elite – Death Jester (60) Elite – Death Jester (60)… More Putting my theory to practice… 1850 Harlequins list for an event tomorrow!
The Shadow Seers are the psychic arm of the Harlequins and are no slouches in this arena. Combined with the deadly speed and skill that all harlequins share and you have a versatile and deadly package. In the past they came in a few different forms with the best being the match of any eldar… More Unit Spotlight – Eldar Harlequins – The Shadow Seer
Tonight saw me sneak in a game in preparation for the 1850, 1 day event this weekend… I knocked together a list on the fly (about an hour before I left home for the club!) and figured I would try it out. My opponent brought Chaos Daemons (though I did not know this prior) to… More 40k Micro Battle Report – Eldar/Harlequins vs Chaos Daemons 1850
Just a quick note regarding the blog – a piece of scrap code appears to have gotten in and the header appears to be a serene landscape rather than the distant war torn worlds of the 41st millennium – the tech priests are working on it but as yet we can’t change them back. If… More A bug in the system… *FIXED*
The Death Jester is a breed apart from the rest of the Masque, with ranged combat his forte and his disturbing sense of humour an added bonus. They have always been a force on the tabletop in the early days of 40k only to be diminished to the heavy weapon trooper of the troupe in… More Unit Spotlight – Eldar Harlequins – The Death Jester
The eldar harlequins were my first army for 40k, all those years ago in the dark days of Rogue Trader and the Solitaire still brings a warm glow to my face remembering the carnage he inflicted. Ork Warbosses, Ragnar Blackmane, Blood Thirsters… you name it! They all fell before his dance of death. Fast forward… More Unit Spotlight – Eldar Harlequins – The Solitaire
This one is a little fact finding for me in regards to what players really think about tournaments. I have opened a survey for 100 people HERE to see what people think about the events they attend at present in the 40k community they are part of. I hear a great deal from my local players… More A little survey about 40k tournaments…
With all my posting about the Australasian Team Championships (or ATC for short in case you missed it earlier!) I thought I should take a moment to explain the match up process and what it adds to the team event. Its the same process used at the European Team Challenge (or ETC) which was my… More 40K Team Events – the match up process explained
I am in the process of trying to write a list for an upcoming 1850 event and have hit a mental block… On 1 hand I have more than enough models to run any Eldar or Dark Eldar list that takes my fancy. On the other, the only pointy ears I really want to use… More War Convocation – just how silly can you get?
With the event now a couple of weeks ago, I guess its time for some thoughts and reflections on the event as a whole. Terrain For the most part, the terrain was solid in terms of volume. I would have preferred more line of sight blocking terrain on the tables to reduce the impact of… More ATC 2015 Wrap up – Closing thoughts