Monthly Archives: July 2015
This week’s battle report podcast is about the results of Nick and my trip to the final Store Wars qualifier event…
Full written battle reports will follow later this week (hopefully Thursday!), but for now, enjoy the podcast! And keep your fingers crossed that I manage to make it into the Top 16!
So, I’ve been playing a little bit of eKromac, thanks to Alucard splitting a Hordes 10th Anniversary box with me. I wanted to go ahead and add my thoughts to the pile of salty tears and overjoyed Circle players.
Full disclosure: I am not a big of Kromac in the fluff or on the table. At least, this was true of Kromac1. I wanted to love his shenanigans, sending beasts in and out and juking around. I wanted to see Kromac sail over a front line of infantry and apply ax to face on the enemy caster, But, whether due to my inexperience at the time or my meta’s understanding of Kromac’s tricks, it never really panned out.
The new Kromac differentiates himself from his past by giving up on helping his army hit and run quite as effectively in exchange for additional personal prowess, a more supportive feat, and…
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As you may have read, the crew from Enter the Crucible will be putting together an eSports-quality streaming feed for live reporting at the 2015 WTC and recordings for viewing afterwards.
The team’s vision is to create an e-Sports quality broadcast which includes special graphics and 3D renders of the WTC logo, as seen here.
The team has now identified the need to create small WTC-specific sound bites that can be used for intros and outros of their broadcasts and switching between games. Therefore the WTC Committee is seeking a volunteer who has experience creating such music to contribute to the effort.
If you are interested in this project, please email us at committee AT wmh-wtc DOT com and tell us a bit about your background and some samples of your work. The deadline for creating the finish pieces would be the end of August.