Another 40k-tastic episode of Hobby Night is here for you. We chat about some of our first games under the new ruleset, thoughts about the armies and their rules, and somewhere in the middle we take a bit of a break to answer some hobby questions from the listeners.
For this episode, we talk about getting your models started right with good base coats, we discuss the surging popularity of Bloodbowl, chat about tokens and objective markers for your games, and finally Tom digs up a true gem from our gaming past. You'll have to listen to find out more on that last one.
Don't ask what happened to episodes 77 and 78. They'll show up eventually. This week we have a hobby mailbag type thing that needs a clever name before we bring it back, we drool over the new Primaris Space Marines for 40k, and we also have a chat about this #workbenchwednesday thing the cool kids are all doing.
This week's episode is an emotional roller coaster, as we talk about the AoS Vanguard Auxilliary release, Knight Models dropping the Marvel licence, and we review the really handy MacroMat Miniature Backdrops. It's not hard to guess which topic was the sad one, but listen anyway because reasons!
Fresh off a plane is Steve to bring back a report on the LVO down in the States. We also talk about pinning miniatures, and the LVO-inspired topic of how to strategize for shopping at a convention without breaking the bank.
I don't know if it was deliberate, but we've got the GW hat trick nailed down this week, as we discuss the WarhammerTV Twitch channel, the Triumvirate of the Imperium release for 40k, and whatever the hell Forgeworld is doing with the Hobbit/Lord of the Rings licence!