BoLS Lounge : Wargames, Warhammer & Miniatures Forum
View RSS Feed

All Blog Entries

  1. Warhammer 30,000 Roleplay Campaign: The Last Supper - Part 21 - The Hydra




    Alpharius Omegon:

    Background:
    What is there to say about the lord of the Alpha Legion beyond rumour and conjecture? That his Legion has fought at his behest on a hundred hundred worlds is beyond dispute. That he is a master strategist is without doubt. That he lies with the same ease that other men draw breath is a truth acknowledged by each and every one of his brothers. Beyond
    ...
    Categories
    Uncategorized
  2. Warhammer 30,000 Roleplay Campaign: The Last Supper - Part 20 - The Raven



    Corvus Corax, The Raven

    Background:
    The Raven has ever been the most taciturn of men in a family renowned for such behaviour, and it is not for nothing that he has a reputation amongst his brothers as an enigma. Unlike the rest of his kin, however, Corax is not merely silent because he wishes to conceal his thoughts, or because he wishes to project an air of maturity and
    ...
    Categories
    Uncategorized
  3. Warhammer 30,000 Roleplay Campaign: The Last Supper - Part 19 - The Forge Father



    Vulkan, The Forge Father:

    Background:
    Each and every one of the Primarchs could be said to contain something of their father. If the Emperor was a jewel, his inheritors might be considered facets of that, each reflecting back a different part of his light. Those who are foolish might say that Vulkan’s inheritance was his father’s immortality, but those who are wise would shake their
    ...
    Categories
    Uncategorized
  4. Warhammer 30,000 Roleplay Campaign: The Last Supper - Part 18 - The Urizen



    Lorgar Aurelian, The Urizen:

    Background:
    By the time of ‘The Last Supper’, Lorgar is at the exact apex of all he will achieve for the Imperium. He has razed a hundred thousand worlds, leading his Bearers of The Word to rain down catastrophe on all those who would dare to speak out against the coming God-Emperor of Humanity. He has constructed vast cathedrals to the Emperor’s name, built
    ...

    Updated 01-29-2015 at 05:51 AM by YorkNecromancer

    Categories
    Uncategorized
  5. Warhammer 30,000 Roleplay Campaign: The Last Supper - Part 17 - Horus Lupercal



    Horus Lupercal:

    Background:
    What is there left to say about the Emperor’s most beloved son? Held above all others, lionised for his deeds in thought, word and action, first amongst equals… To know Lupercal is to love him. Some rumour that one day, when the Emperor’s good work is done, Horus shall be the one to supplant him, and lead humanity into its golden future. At this rumour,
    ...
    Categories
    Uncategorized
  6. Warhammer 30,000 Roleplay Campaign: The Last Supper - Part 15 - Magnus the Red



    Magnus the Red:

    Background:
    Thoughtful, outspoken, intellectual, diplomatic… Magnus the Red cuts an absolutely atypical profile amongst his brothers. Blessed with gifts of psychic sorcery and dedicated to the preservation of both the Imperium and the lost knowledge of humanity itself, Magnus is not like his brothers. Mistrusted
    ...
    Categories
    Uncategorized
  7. Warhammer 30,000 Roleplay Campaign: The Last Supper - Part 14 - The Death Lord



    Mortarion, The Death Lord:

    Background:
    By the time of 'The Last Supper', Mortarion has established a strong reputation as leader of one of the more reliable Legions, and a general to be feared. While it might at first seem that the Death Lord is not a tactician on the level of someone like Gulliman, nor a fighter as lethal as Angron,
    ...
    Categories
    Uncategorized
  8. Warhammer 30,000 Roleplay Campaign: The Last Supper - Part 13 - Roboute Guilliman



    Roboute Guilliman:

    Background:
    What is there to say about Guilliman that has not already been said? The first amongst equals, he is leader, philosopher, warrior, poet, hero… For there is no role to which the inestimable Lord of the Ultramarines cannot turn his hand to and thereby prosper. At the time of The Last Supper, his Legion is, by far and
    ...
    Categories
    Uncategorized
  9. Battle Fleet Gothic-style 40k: Close Combat

    CLOSE COMBAT
    While most modern warfare is a distant, impersonal affair, some factions prefer to have things out in close quarters. In the Forty-First Millennium, close combat is not an entirely unexpected eventuality.

    MOVEMENT PHASE
    In order to engage a foe in close combat, a unit must first meet its target face to face, and to do that, they must move into base-to-base contact during the movement phase. As the focus necessary to to fire accurately is too much of a liability ...

    Updated 12-26-2014 at 01:14 PM by Andrew Thomas

    Categories
    Uncategorized
  10. Battle Fleet Gothic-style 40k: The End Phase

    THE END PHASE
    During the end phase, players sort out any events which have been set into action during the turn, such as repairing any critical damage. Some of the Blast markers are removed from the table, as the energy and debris they represent is naturally dissipated. The end phase is also a good opportunity to tidy up the table top, count victory points, check up on scenario victory conditions and break out the biscuits. The end phase works in the following order:
    • Attempt to
    ...
    Categories
    Uncategorized
Page 5 of 50 FirstFirst ... 3456715 ... LastLast