Lieutenant-hunting is a higher-level way to play Infinity. Loss of Lieutenant has stiff penalties, and for many armies, Loss of Lieutenant effectively results in a lost turn. Here’s a primer to help your opponent lose his turn.
If you browse the English Infinity forum and the Spanish Infinity forum, you will notice that English players often misspell Tohaa names, but Spanish Tohaa players never them. I believe this is because they pronounce these names correctly. This is an easy guide to help you say Tohaa names the right way, too. As most language areas of the brain cross over, you will have no more trouble with Tohaa names by the end.
Since the tragic death of the Wayward Warcor, I have been (re)collecting a big list of blogs and channels relating to Infinity. Hit Ctrl-F to find a blog of your topics or factions. If you want pure Infinity blogs, I recommend clicking on the link, as many of these were pulled from that thread, but many linked below cover much more than just Infinity. YouTube battle report channels and non-English blogs are under their own categories below.
My thoughts on Infinity’s factions after 12 months of Human Sphere. Because I am rating factions on a scale of 1 to 5, I don’t see how it’s meaningful unless at least 1 faction gets a 1 artichoke rating, and another gets a 5 artichokes rating. This rating considers factional context, and model availability and obsolescence. On a strict rate of balance, nothing would get lower than a 2 or 3. With that said:
As a rather competitive player, I thought it would be useful to keep an archive of all my Infinity Army lists on my blog, for personal and public curiousity. I will not adjust point costs or equipment, in case someone―years from now―wants to see how a faction has changed.
Posting this profile here use for my next game against my Yu Jing opponent, who is bringing this homebrew profile for fun.