Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Story of my championship

Fresh off my Best General triumph in Quebec, I registered the same army list for the 40K championship ( exact same actually, forgot to change the name of the event on top and it still rocked «  NDOpen » )  I figured that with no Maelstrom practice and no real models to toy around with the unlimited unique detachement comp rule, go with the known army.

FMC Circus Revamped.

Prior to the ND Open and Adepticon, I decided to fix some issues with my Daemon's army, mostly the bases that were grey and not quite interesting.  Here's the end result, which I am quite happy with.

More pictures after the break.

Monday, March 30, 2015

The Adepticon Team Tournament

I’ve praised this event before and will praise it again, this is the event that rules them all.  Any self respecting 40K player needs to find 3 friends and play in the team tournament. 

I usually team up with my French buddies, but this year, I went beyond our French borders to find a team and had the privilege of playing with 3 of the top players in America.

Read on for glory!

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Hello again, internet!

Your favourite frenchie I back from Adepticon after a week of working 87 hours and 5 days of being perma-drunk at the con.

Read on for what’s to come from the untamed north

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

The ND Open 2015 part 3

4-0 at the end of the first day means tha no matter what happens, the W/L ratio I wanted is achieved.  But don’t let this fool you. There were more butts to be kicked.

The ND Open 2015, Part 2

Armed my the trusty Daemons, I was ready to take on the tournament, despite strict beverages rules preventing me from enjoying my classic cranberry sportsmanship drink.  Good thing I had knocked back 2-3 cups before they announced the rule.