Thursday, May 26, 2011

Thursday, May 19, 2011

Remember the Alamo... Day 2

     Day 2 of the Alamo event started out with a game against another Space Wolf player, Jason Walker. Completely different composition to what I brought. His army consisted of 2 units of long fangs with a twin-linked lascannon razorback for each and 4 drop pods. Leading the charge for him was Ragnar Blackmane with a Rune Priest running backup.

Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Remember the Alamo... Day 1

     This last weekend was the Alamo Indy GT in San Antonio. I believe there were 70 gamers in attendance. Well, 69 plus the ringer. And even with records of 0-5 and 1-3-1, team Woodroof still returned home with a tank, an award and a cool new game to check out.

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Alamo Bound - Painting in progress

4 short days till I'm throwing dice with my Space Wolves on the table. I've just got a few things left to do with my army paint-wise and then I'll consider them complete as far as I'm concerned.
The group so far:

Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Alamo Bound - Primed and Ready...

Just a quick group shot today.
Got everyone primed last night, so all we have left is the painting and then affixing them to their snow bases.
Without further ado, here's the gang:

Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Alamo Bound - Assembly Complete

The countdown to tourney has begun. We're at the 10 day mark now. Friday after next my wife and I will be packing our armies (and our friend Mike) into her car and heading down to San Antonio to crash out on our friend Scott's apartment floor like a couple of kids passed out under the Christmas tree eagerly awaiting Santa's visit.

Alamo Bound - List Complete and submitted

It is upon us...
With just 2 short weeks left before the Alamo GT, we've reached the deadline for list submission. I haven't actually been able to get any games in with this list, but I think I'm going to enjoy running it. I have some time to get a few games in now before the tournament and will be scrambling to get that done while I scramble to get my figs painted as well.
But the hardest parts are out of the way: List and model assembly.