I attended the first round of the Endgame of Oakland 2016 Dropzone Campaign on March, 5th and had a blast! The campaign uses the Wargame Developments Matrix system to generate things like match-ups and overall storyline. Mike (the GM), Stephen (Co-GM), Chris, and Kyle also added things like Commander leveling (Kyle), weather mapping (which we didn't use this time), and the overall map of the region on Eden (Chris).
It's been a long time since I've posted. I'll pick up the pace on posting again after the Las Vegas Open! Green Stuff Industries will be there with a booth chock full of the great gaming stuff you can find in the Webstore!
Those of you who are joining us at the LVO 2016 from outside the US, feel free to drop me a line on our Contact page and let me know what you would like to buy so I can set it aside for you.
I just got this email run down of the Twin Eagles event from Scott, the TO...
A week has passed since the Twin Eagles Warhammer 40k tournament took place and after finding some time to collect all the data and get a bit of rest, I've finally composed an email for ya to show you how the event went. But before we get to the list, I just wanted to thank you and the Green Stuff Industries team again for supporting the event.
Endgame, my FLGS, has a Dropzone Commander day on the first Saturday of every month. Usually there is some event planned, like a tournament or a campaign day. But, this month nothing was scheduled and we were only about 8 days out. Mike, of Endgame, and Steve, a local player and formerly of Endgame, put the call out for ideas. I spoke up with an idea that has been in my mental system tray for a few months: a Dunkirk-style rescue scenario. Mike told me to run with it and here’s what happened.
With the abundance of AA in Dropzone Commander of late (especially in the Bay Area meta), it can be very hard to keep your light dropships and their precious cargo alive. Every faction now has fast and capable anti-air in many forms; snipers, skimmers, fast movers, hovering alien plasma shooters, etc. Here are some tricks I’ve learned to keep my Tritons from getting splashed.