I don’t normally do leaks, but this leak was too juicy not to share. Prepare to have your minds blown:
The new DataTracker rule forces you to bring a unit who has to be a model on the table, and usually either has to kill something, sit on something, or just not die. The more I look at the ITS9 missions, the more I am rethinking all the classically “bad” choices: Spitfire Neema, Taqeul, Ectros―and beyond Tohaa―ORCs, Dragões, Squalos, Sogarats, Overdrons, Xeodrons…gah. What is happening?
Just installed the best-priced ($0) Bandicam app to crank out some more YouTube videos. The same kind of thing you love to read here, but in my lovely Kermit the Frog voice:
By internet standards, I’m a nobody, but by wargaming blog standards―considering that Infinity isn’t the most popular wargame, and Tohaa is the least popular faction―I consider 250 daily views a good success. As the blogroll expands, I notice more and more bloggers popping up (lots of you Yu Jing dudes), so I’d like to share tips over my years of Infinity blogging on what seems to work.
Since the discussion is raging, here is my take on how to balance these skills without completely gutting them of what excites their respective Haqqislam and Nomads players.