After seeing this post about Secret Weapon Miniatures' tutorials on Tabletop Gaming News (you've got that in your RSS reader, right?), I decided to take MisterJustin at his word and e-mail him to request a tutorial on using their Oxide Weathering Pigments.
That kicked off an e-mail exchange with some solid advice about how I'd go about integrating them with the way I'm currently doing brass/bronze that made me feel comfortable enough ordering the powders to play around with.
I mention it because I was really impressed with the quick and extremely helpful response. That's fantastic customer support, that is.
Last night, I had an interview with Pat from The 11th Company.
Given that I'm still confused as to why anyone would bother reading anything I'd have to write about hobby stuff, I'm truly bewildered that anyone would want to listen to anything I'd have to say. I think the chat went well: I'll make a note here to let folks know when they can tune in and hear me sound like an idiot.
It looks like the Forgeworld Friendly Tournament I've been planning to run next weekend is probably going to be cancelled, which is disappointing.
There was a good initial wave of "I'll be there!," but now that we're at a week out, we've still only got one (1) preregistration... so it seems like it's probably for the best just to call it. It's a shame, because I think it could have filled a lack that the club's had pretty much since 5th Ed. came out... but c'est la vie.
Since there's no point in wasting them, I figure I might as well post the scenarios I'd been planning on using. (Apologies for imperfect formatting; I uploaded the Word doc into Google Docs, and that made things a little wonky.) They were all pretty straightforward: core book missions modified just a little bit:
- Seize Ground, but with objective points accruing as the game proceeds... not just at the end of the game.
- Annihilation, but with Kill Points weighted by Force Org chart
- Capture & Control, but without objective control being determined by the last scoring unit to be near it.