Monday, 22 February 2016

It Begins


Hey fellow Commanders! I figured I've settled enough into Dropzone commander that it'd be worth keeping a blog to track my progress in both painting and playing. I have to say it's been a long time coming. Since starting to wargame two to three years ago, I've bounced around games pretty erratically, finding things I liked in each but ultimately moving on. Dropzone however has consistently kept me engaged and excited to play my next game.

I've been playing for a good few months now, learning from a couple of guys who got me involved and recently got my first tournament attendance under my belt with Invasion 2016, Thanks to the efforts of Hawk and the Talons I don't think I could've possibly had a more positive or engaging first event.
So this is how this blog is going to work. I'll be writing up battle reports and any insights into the game or rules I encounter as I continue to learn and expand my forces. I'll also be posting shots of my painted miniatures and occasional conversions/ kit bashes. I'm also hoping to do specific unit spotlights, and maybe the odd review of various gaming accessories I think might be useful specifically to Dropzone Commander.
As you can likely guess from the blog title, I'm a PHR player. Movin' slow, shootin' long! My PHR force has its own little emblem and I'm hoping to write a spot of short fiction focused around their exploits. The army sports a yellow/orange theme (and usually is in some state of WiP as I'm always tweaking with them and messing with their scheme). The detachment is lead by Grand Vizier Zael Ildari.



So that's probably enough for an initial post. I'm unable to get a game in this week, so I've no batrep to post, but to make up for that, I've done a little review of the dice bag I had made for my PHR, as well as a little summary of the Shaltari force I've begun and will be entering into an escalation campaign being run by Karl at http://turnoswargamingblog.blogspot.co.uk

Until next time, Commanders.

Sazu

2 comments:

  1. Glad you decided to give the game a go. It's a wonderful one! Looking forward to your future posts.

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