Thursday Night Old Timers League: Mar 3

This week we got right to business.

A few weeks ago, we decided that we would run a Narrative type campaign to give us a break from the regular, run-of-the-mill missions. Really it's just an excuse to try new things with deployment zones and scenarios within the context of a larger story. I came up with some background that included all of our forces and we were off and running.

When I was getting my stuff together for this story, I had a couple questions. I dropped a line to the Col. since he's got a blog dedicated to this very thing and asked for his advice.

Right now, we're got nothing more than a short background story and a timeline of 6 weeks. It doesn't take much to get going I've found. I'm going to draw up a map so we've got something to follow along with for the next couple weeks and keep things in context.

The top pic shows the IG planetary defense detachments fending off a Chaos push. The Guard were successful, but at a price. At least they'll be prepared next week and the forces of Chaos no longer have the element of surprise.

As for me, I found myself getting hammered by a Daemon force bent on discovering a number of artifacts. There were just too many of them too fast for me to be able to pull something together. I gave it a heroic effort, but was unable to keep the foul creatures from getting their hands on one of their lost artifacts.

Check out the other Old Timers League posts

Additional related links:
Going on Campaign by Col. Corbane
Aftermath 40k Online campaign

Ron, From the WarpIf you've got any questions about something in this post, shoot me a comment and I'll be glad to answer. Make sure to share your hobby tips and thoughts in the comments below!


  1. This looks like it was a lot of fun! I really love your in game shots, they are always so dramatic. I know you go pose and pose them after games, this is something I think I'll be doing in the future!

  2. Cool pics man! The guy that plays nurgle out there seemed really cool when I met him.


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