There. I said it. Last year GW gave their magazine a makeover. I wanted to wait until we had a good number of new issues before I made my evaluation of this and now I can say with certainty that it's no longer a $9 monthly catalog...now its a $10 monthly catalog.
After shelving the project since the end of 4th edition, I am returning to my partially developed Tau army. I have metal Pathfinders and Etherial so that proves I am not a bandwagoneer. Right now the Tau are one of the armies I'm considering bringing to the GT at the Warstore Weekend, which by the way I will be attending. This means I need to learn how to play them as well as get a decent all-comers 1850 list and I have about 6 months to do it all in. Here goes nothing...
This month the world ended. Well that's what its looking like after the rash of wonderful new changes coming out of the fantasy world where the GW execs must live. Here in reality it seems like they've taken the next step toward ailenating their fanbase and further angering the independent stores that in the vast majority of the country are their only explosure to the public. Believe it or not, this was not always the case.
Another year is over so it's time again for my year review. This was an interesting year that brought us 3 new army books, a new White Dwarf format and a new ruleset for 40k. while it was a bit slow model-wise, it was an interesting ride...so here we go.