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Based in Victoria BC, we are a mixed group of dice-rolling gamers. As a group we try to encourage all types of interactive games and hobbies as an expressive way to enjoy ourselves.

We do it for the fun of it.

Friday, October 5, 2012

Visions of Doom

We played Warhammer Apocalypse all day on a surface measuring 8' x 24'.

The glee and challenge of playing such a big area were heartfelt.


The purple castle-temple was Evil's forward objective.  It was thoroughly garrisoned and its sanctity, I'm proud to say, was never in doubt.

Daemon Princes stalked the back corners, jealously protecting their sacred manses.

Our forces distributed, Evil began an armoured spearhead up the open flank!

But Monsieur was quite well protected!

View from the Imperial lines.


As day turned to night, advancing troops took a pounding, but sure enough, the flank began to crumple.

Task forces moved to defend the crucial intersection, assailed by creatures of the warp!

An airborne attack projects Imperial forces into Evil's back corner!
Tyranids chatter and feed, and Chaos lumbers to counterattack...

In the end it was not enough to retake the corner completely.  Meanwhile the spearhead is blunted, only with horrible carnage on both sides.

Final score: three objectives, one contested for Good.  Two objectives with one contested for Evil.
Good carries the game, hail Emperor.

Well done everybody, in making this a thoroughly enjoyable and mind-blowing experience!