The list.

Lot’s of ways to build your Warhammer 40,000 army.

This week’s 40K podcast takes a look at the list building formula that I like to use- army templates. The idea is to assign different roles to the units in your army and follow them out on the tabletop. In this way you can take any models you want to play, and make them work on the table. It also allows you to build different lists using the same models in your collection.

The attack, support, defense template is first in this weeks podcast as it is the foundation for all the others- in the coming weeks we will look at: Wave Lists, Null Deployment, Deployment Lockdown, Game Turn Overdrive, and a HeroHammer list.

Grab Episode 14 here: Episode 14: Warhammer 40K Attack, Support, Defense.

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2 Comments

bob · September 30, 2017 at 1:57 AM

I have always tried to build lists that can do multiple things in any game I play. 40k give so many options i can make your head swim. Thanks for the info sir.

    Wargamer Fritz · December 20, 2017 at 11:24 AM

    Awesome, hope the podcast gave you some new ideas to try out!

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