After a player dropped out last minute I found myself playing at my own tournament. Find out how my double mutant rat fiend list got on.
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Weekly Wins – eerm… January? : Tree Thugging, replacement rat chariots and halfling progress
Despite January being so damn January I have managed to achieve stuff!
Kings of War Tournament report: Stanes of Blood
I set off to leafy Surrey for my first event of the year with my beloved rats wondering if I should have taken Basileans!
Bye bye 22… hello 23
Another year has disappeared over the horizon and the next 365 day void has promptly appeared, demanding to be used productively (definitions of productively may vary). Last year was certainly a busy year under the general hobby umbrella that is The Wizard’s Bookshelf and 2023 has the potential to be as well, provided I can pull my finger out.
Weekly Wins 23 and 24: Proxy hackpaws, actual hackpaws, angry dwarfs and happy holidays
I’m nearly 6 months into my bid to reduce my backlog to single figures (in both senses), and the outlook is a bit bleak, but a new year is on the horizon so that’s sure to provide all the answers.
Tournament report (and a bit of reflection on army changes): Slay Bells in Poole
Having found rats a bit of a challenge to play since third edition I decided to take them to my last tournament of the year.
Weekly Wins 21 and 22: Froggo doggo, fungi tales and a very merry Chratsmas
As December kicks off the Halflings are growing, and the rats get ready for their first tournament outing this year.
Weekly Wins 20: rats are back, and the Mushroom Muster starts to take shape
Working through the backlog at a rate of nots!
Weekly Wins 19: Bullspoons, exploding rats and little steps with little people
This week the Basileans take a run out at the Bullrun, and there’s rats and halflings.
Weekly Wins 17 and 18: the Sisters get wheels, and a two-part build on the never ever
Another week of plastic, paint, glue, and dice.