Episode 261: Alien Space Pope

This week Lange and Nathan round up all the wacky news and rumors for Warhammer, 40k, and Firestorm into one episode to please your earholes. When should a young game be releasing a new edition? What did GW do right and wrong with the new Deathwatch/Genestealer Cult board game? How should Tomb Kings players feel now that they have received a pink-slip from Games Workshop? In Something Shiny we talk about how poor Kanye is and just how awesome Daredevil is leading up to season 2! Listen and enjoy!

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One thought on “Episode 261: Alien Space Pope

  1. While I agree with you guys on the Tomb King aesthetic; that they were (are) an interesting army from a background and “look” perspective, I think you are wrong about about their viability and popularity. The only players I know that played TK in 8th do so basically just to buck the trend. I don’t think they are popular, and I don’t think they were competitive. Last rules pack I saw from ETC and other similar highly competitive WHFB tournaments threw TK in with Beastmen in that they were getting somewhere around 400 MORE points than everyone else because the book was so weak. I have never heard anyone (except you guys) say that TK was a stronger book than Vampires.

    Ironically, I did see and hear an upswing in their popularity when Age of Sigmar hit. A refresh in their rules made them much more viable and they do have cool models that players started to talk about again. I do agree that I find it strange and sad that the army went away forever, but I don’t agree with you guys that they were a popular or competitive 8th ed WHFB army.

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