Fall 2014 Campaign Part I

Over View
This Campaign is designed to tell the story of a clash between a goblin force from the Worlds Edge mountains and a string of dwarf mines in the region where the Grey and Black mountains meet. Each scenario will influence the type and amounts of troops and resources available in the final scenario.
General Campaign Rules
Rewards are gathered over the course of the campaign and will be used in the final battle. They will be added to the unit lists in Scenario 6.
Dwarf Ale:
Dwarfs: At the beginning of the final battle, before deployment, any number of dwarf infantry units (but not characters or war machines) may be given dwarf ale. The unit gains the Drunkenness special rule.
Goblins: If the goblin player is victorious in scenario 3 and/or 5 he may raid the dwarf ale stores. At the beginning of the final battle, before deployment, D3 goblin units (not characters or war machines) may be given dwarf ale. The unit gains the Drunkenness special rule.
The affected unit gains +1LD and Stubborn. At the beginning of your turn roll a D6, on a 6 the unit is feeling the full effects of the dwarf ale and counts as having failed a stupidity test.
Beginning on turn 2 roll a D6, on a 4+ the unit appears on any table edge the controlling player wishes. On turn 3 it will show up on a 3+, on turn 4 a 2+. The unit automatically enters the board on a random table edge on turn five, as the unit has obviously gotten lost.
Flanking force:
After both armies have deployed, any unit may be deployed along either of the short table sides, outside of the opposing players deployment zone, with its back rank touching the table edge. This unit can act normally on the first turn of the battle, i.e. charge, cast spells, shoot etc. note that the unit still must test for animosity or drunkenness as usual.


New Beginnings

Hello all,
It has been far too long since my last post. I have taken a break from the hobby over the holidays, and I am in the process of restructuring my priorities in life. The big announcement is that I am engaged! While this has nothing to do with Warhammer in general, it does mean that I won’t have as much time to dedicate to painting, modeling, and blogging as I did last year. I do have some work to do though. My fiancé brought me back a box of skeletons from her trip to the UK, and John bought me a box of Bretonnian Men-at-arms for Christmas. I managed to start clipping sprues the other night, but alas, my hobby drive is waning. However, all things considered, 2014 was a very productive year for me. Not quite as productive as I had hoped, but I am still proud of my progress. I had planned to paint four 1500pt armies, Dwarfs, Night Goblins, Orcs, and Bretonnians. I finished the Dwarfs and Night Goblins, and about a third of the Orcs. I finally built my gaming table, complete with forests, hills, walls, a cottage, a watchtower, and a swamp. I also started assembling a Wood Elf army and a Vampire Counts army.

Uncompleted 2014 Goals:
Paint Orc Army
Paint Bretonnian Army

My hobby goals for 2015 are as follows:
Reflock the game table with a brighter green flock
Build a River
Build a Small village
Finish painting the Orc army
Assemble all unassembled models I own
Sell the High Elf army and bulk out the Vampire Counts army with the profit
Start painting some of Johns’ rank and file Empire troops

That’s all for this post. I will leave you few pictures of me and my fiancé taken on New Years.