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Adeptus Titanicus – A larger battle!

I actually managed to squeeze in a game of Titans this week! With friends! We did a team up game, myself with Phil, Dave with Wolfy – both of which have never played before. I cooked dinner while lists were sorted.

My team ended up with A Warmaster, A warlord, 2 Reavers, 3 Warhounds and a knight set of 3

Fave’s team has 4 warlords, A warbringer and 3 Warhounds.

The set up looked like this:

Turn one was mostly moving Titans around into position. Turn two was firing and getting things damaged!

Turn two saw several engine kills. We lost a Warhound and the reavers took significant damage. Dave’s team had his blue warlord mullered and one of his Warhounds take a beating.

Turn three has our reavers blow up, but we took out the warlord. One of my Warhounds blew itself up (whoops) and another destroyed by a Warlord.

Turn four saw the Warmaster Titan punched in the face and thus ending the game – it was getting late, we were full of food.

Things to remember: Warlords should be deployed in the middle. Don’t get shot in the back.

I had fun! Mortis might have got beat today, but I still enjoyed playing and got to use the Warmaster for the first time! Good fun all round.

6 thoughts on “Adeptus Titanicus – A larger battle!

      1. Fighting like that with the added height level does make your head hurt at times but when you get it right and line up a killer shot it is really satisfying.

        Cheers,

        Pete.

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      2. I really struggle with 3D thinking in that respect – picturing it is a task. Robo Rally uses the same mechanics at times and I’m terrible at it. But when it does go well – it is awesome!

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    1. This was a larger sized game because we had friends over. Usually, we have 4 or 5 minis each and games are pretty quick to play. You do feel like a princeps giving out orders to giant war machines, and it is a lot of fun!

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