Last week, I gave the small crop of Tunguska units a try as a sectorial, presuming a few things like Fireteam: Core on the Grenzers, and AVA2 (at least, hopefully!) Transductors, with my opponent’s permission. Here’s the result of that game and my thoughts on “Tunguska” as-is.
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:
Posting this profile here use for my next game against my Yu Jing opponent, who is bringing this homebrew profile for fun.
It’s been a long wait. We heard the groaning. Now we’ve seen the Seraph’s model. And we heard the incredulous queries about its giant wings. And now the profile is released. And the Seraph can Super-Jump.
After a month or so of being off the saddle, I returned to good ol’ Mox yesterday. I was ready with my satchel full of Tohaa again, but a recent conversation on the official forum about Infinity’s least-loved faction had me curious.
As the previous post-game talk, this is a stream-of-consciousness article. If you like run-on Infinity discussion, this is for you!