Price vs Value If you have been reading the blog posts that I have written over the last 2 years that we have been running ObSec then you will know that I am all about transparency. If there is an issue then I would rather address it openly, share my thoughts, feelings, and ideas behind… More Price vs Value – putting a price on events.
A Trio of events; Thoughts and the driving force behind our first Bolt Action event! Hi everyone! For those of you who don’t know, ObSec hosted a trio of events on Sunday. It was an interesting learning curve for us, having a trio of events running simultaneously across a trio of different systems with different length rounds. We had a 30k… More Ramblings after a trio of events
I finally got up the courage to download the photos from WATC onto my computer. Wow! So many photos! and more importantly some seriously AMAZING armies. I think I have worked out the downside to having so many players at an event, there are so many armies to photograph! I have to apologise, by the… More WATC Armies on Parade – AKA photos, photos and more photos.
Just over a week has passed since the second annual WATC hit the WA 40k community and can we just say that the community didn’t disappoint, they were out to represent! The biggest event WA has seen to date with 72 players – that’s 36 tables of terrain!!! As you know ObSec is heading towards… More Second Annual WATC – a Wrap up.
I wrote a short blog post when we got home from Line Breaker in Albany and my intention was to include the photos of the armies from the event. I took the photos, I edited the photos, I wrote the blog post, I ran out of time to put the photos into the blog post.… More Line Breaker 2017 – the photos!
I wrote a blog post earlier in the year, (or perhaps it was late last year, the beginnings of this year is all a blur to be honest) about the Line Breaker event we ran last year and made a pretty bold assertion that Line Breaker, together with Masters, is my favourite event we have… More Line Breaker 2017 – A Wrap up
Most of the blog posts I write are gushing about the community we have, explaining why decisions we make have been made and so on. In this post I’m going to touch in some of the less positive aspects of organised events from my perspective as a TO. Organised Event Attendance At our most recent event… More Organised Events and You
For those of you who haven’t realised, M and I have very different roles at ObSec and with this blog. He will write about the different armies he plays, played against and converts. I tend to cover the non-rules, non player kind of thing. I cover the atmosphere at events, give you info on why… More Life is more important than a 3 colour minimum
I wrote in the most recent Ob Sec newsletter that every event that we run at Ob Sec has been my favourite for one reason or another. The ones that are probably most dear to my heart are 2015 Masters, our very first event, and 2016 Line Breaker down in Albany. Funnily enough Line Breaker was… More Road trips are fun! Line Breaker 2017
Hi everyone, M and I (and out 3 wildlings) went to visit the Skulls Tournament run by local(ish) gaming club Outpost 6030. Outpost holds a lot of sentiment for M, he was one of the founders of Outpost South, it’s where he and a lovely man called Bob Grey ran his first tournament (with me… More New to Objective Secured: Social Gaming Nights