Another quick post to show off some of my recent Infinity conversions, and hopefully inspire a few people to get out their tools while we wait for the painfully slow trickle of new Tohaa toys.
This post is for my friend, The Art of Victory, to reference as we play a Yu Jing sectorial that does not yet exist. Use it if you want, this is just what we agreed upon as options for the White Banner.
Here is a step-by-step article on what “pinning” miniatures is, and how (and why) to pin.
I notice my theory articles get a fair bit of traffic, so I’d like to talk about guns and Ballistic Skill in general in Infinity. Some things I would like, some things I actually expect in the future, and some things to run by the perpetual daydreamer.
An important skill is to be able to appraise the distance between targets, before measuring. Most of the time, when an opponent calls me “smart”, I’m not being smart, I’m just setting myself up for good ranges for me, and bad ranges for him. It’s good to be able to appraise distance, generally, but specifically 16 inches is the most common and perhaps most important range band in Infinity, and particularly with Tohaa and our various Combi Rifle flavors. Here are some tips for finding that all-to-often-crucial sweet spot for the Tohaa arsenal.