Thursday, April 30, 2015

Call to Glory Campaign #6!

We finish up month number three!


As always, the rules for the campaign can be found in this Google Drive folder. In addition, you can listen to the rules explained in episode 120 and 121 of Point Hammered. The battles and results below are covered in episode 124.

Second Half of Month Three - Fought April 23rd, 2015

We had the complete cast of characters out for this fight. The first excursion would prove most interesting as both Legend and Butcher used their Boons of Slaanesh for the first time!

These cards are used when each player is selecting their target. They allow the player to see what everyone else picked and then choose their destination knowing full well where everyone is headed. Each god has a different special ability in addition. For Slaanesh, if you join a game with more than two players you can force one of them to ally with you!

First Excursion

Target – The Mountain Holds (Gold)
Victor – The Butcher
Losers – The Legend, The Bear

The Butcher grumbles: With both myself and Legend using Boons of Slaanesh on each other and double spooning Bear I managed to eke out a win by camping on the center ground the whole game.

(The Tallyman enumerates: Butcher and Legend chose to ally with each other, thus leaving The Bear as their only enemy. Such treachery pleases the Gods!)

Target – The Crumbling South (Slaves)
Victor – The Raj
Losers – The Journeyman, The Tallyman

The Raj whispers: This was a close fought thing between the Journeyman and myself. We both blitzkrieged through the Tallyman’s forces and claimed an equal number of objectives. A timely shot by my Ungor half-horn master marksmen (named Newman) brought down a wounded Skullreaper at the end of the game, giving the Raj another victory.

Second Excursion

Target – The Crumbling South (Slaves)
Victor – The Butcher
Losers – The Bear, The Journeyman, The Tallyman

The Bear growls: A four way between Tallyman, Butcher, Journeyman and I. I did all right by committing all of my forces against one opponent, Tallyman, rather than splitting and fighting on two fronts which has gotten me nowhere in these multiplayer games. I also benefitted from a miscalculation on Journeyman's part when he chose close combat against Butcher instead of me. Butcher just edged me out for the win in the end but hey, at least not everyone targeted me the entire game.

(The Tallyman quantifies: The Butcher used a second Boon of Slaanesh to raid the Forges of Hashut (Magic Items), then ambushed this location to bring about this epic battle)

Target – The Mountain Holds (Gold)
Victor – The Raj
Loser – The Legend

The Legend conveys: I have to admit, this a trial of who could roll the shittiest. Raj pulled out a win after a key Blight king on Blight king battle, which I should have lost early on since his was a champ wielding a great weapon and mine was swinging two weapons. I think it went on for three full turns, each doing nothing until Raj's dice got their mojo back. But the general of both our armies fell in the combat so was anyone really the winner? Yeah, it was Raj.

End of Month Three Snapshot

Note: All Buildings in progress were completed at the end of this session. Due to time, all trading and Offerings were put on hold until the beginning of next session. The Gods grow restless at the lack of timely offerings!

To win the campaign, a player’s general must have the marks of all four chaos gods. To get the permanent mark of each god, they must complete that god's offering track. Stronghold buildings will help players win games and get the specific cards they need to make their offerings, but will not give overall victory in their own right.

The Bear
Offerings: Khorne 2 of 8, Tzeentch 2 of 9, Nurgle 3 of 7
Magic items: Blade of Blood (1), The Impaler (1), Chalice of Dark Rain (1), Enchanted Shield, Potion of Speed, Sword of Battle, Cloak of Skulls, Ensorcelled Weapon
Mutations: Unearthly Reflexes x2, Venom Sting, Allure of Slaanesh, Harvester Cannon
Treachery: Sorcerous Aid (2)
Resources: Gold X1, Slaves x4, Glory x6, Shadow of Defeat x3
Stronghold: All Factions, All Gods, Fast Cavalry, Monstrous Infantry & Beasts, +5% army size, 75 point unit cap, Hellflayer Chariot

Bonus 1: For winning 2nd trial of champions, may use a single troll regardless of Stronghold building limitations.

Bonus 2: For winning 3rd trial of champions, gained secret location of the Sceptre of Transmutation artifact. (Though subsequently lost the artifact to the Raj).

A Razorgor to take advantage of my newly earned access to Monstrous Beasts.

Y'know, just #pluggingaway on my daemons...

The Butcher
Offerings: Nurgle 5 of 7, Slaanesh 6 of 6
Magic Items: Talisman of Protection, Opal Amulet, Powerstone (1), Ramhorn Helm, Sword of Striking, Skin of Man, Seed of Rebirth , Gold Sigil Sword
Mutations: Scaly Skin, Gouge-Tusk, Scaly Hide, Dark Fury, Venomous Fangs, Dark Fire of Chaos
Resources: Gold x8, Glory x8
Stronghold: All Factions, Nurgle, Khorne, Slaanesh, 75 point unit cap, Fast Cavalry, Monstrous Infantry, +5% Army size

The Lord of the Dance Slaanesh Forsaken finally get some paint.

First of 5 Khorne Skull Reapers that will swell my ranks over the coming campaigns.

The Legend
Offerings: 6 of 6 to Slaanesh.
Magic Items: Potion of Toughness, Potion of Strength, Chalice o Chaos, Gambler's Armor, Charmed Shield, Warrior Bane, Banner of Swiftness,
Reign of Chaos: Blessings of Slaanesh.
Mutations: Blue Horror Infestation, Blue Horrors, Brass Behemoth, Eyes Like Lasers (1), Fiend Tail (1), Murderous Mutation, Runeclaw, Slime Trail, Thunderous Charge, Venom Sting, Venomous Ooze, Gut Charge, Unholy Strike (1).
Treachery: Ambush Fire.
Resources: Gold X4, Slaves X6, Glory X6, Shadows of Defeat X3.
Stronghold: Warriors, Nurgle, Slaanesh, Fast Cav, Monstrous Infantry, 75 point unit cap, Level 1 Mutations (25-45 pts)

All I have in the works is done beastmen harpies and thoughts on demons. I'm prioritizing painting the stuff I got built already.

The Journeyman
Offerings: Khorne 1 of 8, Nurgle 2 of 7, Slaanesh 2 of 6
Magic Items: Razor Standard (1), Trickster's Shard (1)
Mutations: Runeclaw, Tongue Attack, Mutant Poisons, Evil Eyeball, Rune of the True Beast
Reign of Chaos: Punished by the Gods, Blue Fire, Devolve, Storm of Fire
Treachery: Riches (1)
Resources: Glory x10, Gold x5, Slaves x3, Shadow of Defeat x3
Stronghold: All Factions, All Gods, 75 point unit cap, Fast Cavalry, Monstrous Infantry, Level 1 Magic Items (25-45 pts), Level 1 Mutations (25-45 pts), +10% army size

 
I haven't had very much time to do modeling but got a lot of Khorne guys done. I. Going to be working on painting the last Wrathmonger and a Beastman Wizard.

The Raj - also known as Silvertongue
Offerings: Khorne 1 of 8, Tzeentch 5 of 9, Nurgle 2 of 7, Slaanesh 6 of 6
Magic Items: Stolen Crowns (1), Ogre Blade (1), Skull of Mugrar (1), Power Scroll (1), Death’s Heads, Potion of Toughness
Mutations: Soulscent (1), Unholy Resilience (1), Soporific Musk, Slythey Tongue, Gut Charge, Slashing Attack, Aura of Chaos, Vomit
Reign of Chaos: Blessings of Slaanesh (1), Bolt of Change (1), Caress of Laniph, Miasma of Pestilence, Aquiesence, Rot Glorious Rot
Treachery: Secret Information (1), Surprise Attack (1)
Resources: Gold x3, Slaves x3, Glory x11
Stronghold: All Factions, All Gods, 75 point unit cap, Fast Cavalry, Monstrous Infantry, All Gifts of Chaos Level 1
Bonus: Ambushed the Bear to claim the Sceptre of Transmutation Artifact

 
 
The latest reinforcements are Newman the half-horn and another troll-hound to join Moxie. Going forward, I will be trying to double down on the painting of the warband. I’ve converted up about 15 models but have only painted Raj so far!

The Tallyman
Offerings: Khorne 1 of 8, Slaanesh 5 of 6,
Magic Items: Sword of Might, Biting Blade, Gleaming Pennant
Mutations: Murderous Charge, Unnatural x 2, Lamprey Bite, Poisonous Slime, Burning Body, Plague Proboscis, Nurgle’s Rot, Healing Flesh(1)
Treachery: None
Resources: Gold x2, Slaves x3, Glory x4, Shadow of Defeat x 5
Stronghold: Warriors, Beastmen, Khorne, Slaanesh, Monstrous Infantry, +5% army size, 50 point unit Cap

Bonus: *For eating the most chili dogs at the last campaign day (9 of the fukkers), the Tallyman gained a free Nurgle’s Rot mutation card.

My hobby time has been near nil recently, so I really need to ramp it up in the coming weeks so I can finish strong. Keep an eye out on this blog for some out-of-campaign updates, coming soon!

That is where we leave the campaign for now, callers!

We are looking forward to increased unit sizes in Month Four at 400 points. Only big guys will be left as single models, with most units having to form up in units of two to four. In addition, Raj will be out on vacation for the first half of the month. Who will fill the power vacuum left by Silvertongue? Tune in 2 weeks from now!

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