[Up at 4am again]

Today we played our first game of Hordes. Renn's Trollbloods vs Brigh's Orboros "Solid Stone" force. I didn't record it mostly on account of some unpainted figures (I wouldn't want your delicate eyes being sullied by white primer). Brigh's army is a tough nut to crack and I think the learning curve is steep. We all learned a lot about how the game is played.

Hordes is more like a game of gladiatorial combat than a wargame of battlefield tactics. It's very rich and complex. I plan on doing some how-to videos.

For my part I managed to paint a unit of Ferox Riders (guys on sabre-tooth tigers), a Cyclops Shaman and a Basilisk Krea. I am holding off on pictures until the entire force is done, 858 points in total. I painted the Krea a lime-green which really makes it look like a toad. Is that a bad thing? Well, I like it.

The typical game of Hordes is played at 750 pts. That's like a 2000 point game of Warhammer.

Got the spreadsheets uploaded for Hordes, too.

Here's how to use them (or just email me a list):



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