|Using the old charge plastic counters to show attacks on the map|
|My zombie list wrecked havoc- but the Imperials still won!|
|Brian learned to fear Defilers and Soul Grinders|
However, it was not without hiccups. After a few battles, my brother said he was done with the campaign- he just didn't want to commit the time needed for such a lengthy game. That was quite frustrating- but I wrote it into the plot, saying law and order has almost broken down, and while some guard are active, the Adeptus Astartes are in charge now. It made narrative sense, thankfully.
The campaign has been a ride, that is for sure. Ironically, I have only won a few games, while newcomer Brian has used his Ultramarines/Grey Knights to wipe the floor with my Chaos forces. I am in no way sore about it- I just can't believe that after all this time of wanting a campaign I am performing so poorly! I suppose that war has its fortunes, good and bad. It has certainly pushed me to experiment with other lists/ideas...
|If I'm using Noise Marines the situation MUST be desperate|
|Veritas of House Dilabor marches against the forces of Chaos|
|This tank crew was assigned the task of destroying the Imperial Knight|
|The Lascannon crew that destroyed Veritas|
|The die roll that spelled the doom of Veritas, Knight of House Dilabor|
Until next time...