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Ranthoron

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  1. Flask could be a part of this too, but he's not as bad as those two.
  2. Not any more.
  3. Except @VanV. He has no idea what you're talking about.
  4. I'm going to go ahead and point out that the previous comment was a Chicago guy saying it was cool to just sit back and be social. But yeah, most of us in Chicago are ruthless tournament demons. But if you catch us outside of the game, we're usually pretty cool people to socialize with.
  5. While the Iron is hot!

    I'm sure a concentrated assault will bring Anvil down, but it'd probably be easier to find a way to hit the apprentices like Sledge then try to remove this guy.
  6. Minx vs Decimate

    Going to have to agree with Akaleth for the most part, with a few caveats. It does depend on what captain you're running. Brisk3t and Blackheart are both looking for the better ball handling (On My Mark or I'm Open), while vRage would prefer the furious charge and battery. Decimate can do quite a bit of damage under Bloody Coin or My Gang, as long as you have the influence. When I've used Decimate with vRage, she's stayed just out of the action until the round after Harry or Gutter go down, then get's their influence to keep the pain train a runnin'. Of course, the same can be done with Minx. I've also had some problems with Minx being controlled by a 2 in melee model engaging her. So, they fill slightly different roles IMO, but, you can cut one to keep the other, you just have to decide what priority you want to have.
  7. Steamcon USA

    Yeah, I'm not sure any input at this point would really matter, but I think I support Nashville now just to annoy #BanSammons.
  8. Strictly the Worst: Episode 11!

    Many have said this. Few have succeeded.
  9. Katalyst

    Which would you prefer? Because you get to choose. You also don't have to push them anywhere. So you can do one attack on a model and pule before pushing 0 inches, then do a second attack on the same model, and push 4 inches and then pulse, hopefully catching new models.
  10. Crucible

    If you're playing oKat and Harry with Midas, you have two sources of Fire, so if she does something to enhance that damage or a play like Intensify (or just Intensify) She should work just fine for Midas.
  11. Season 3 - What do you think?

    I'd pay $2 to get a seat in the stadium.
  12. Strictly the Worst: Episode 5!

    Just when he travels with Jordan. Same for Pat.
  13. What union do you take

    I play Hemlocke with Smoke sometimes, and she gets played instead of Calculus when I play her. Hemlocke can't take as much damage, but is Def 5 instead of Def 4 Arm 1. Hemlocke also brings smelling salts, useful in the mirror or against Fillet butchers and hunters. It all depends on what you think you'll need, the smelling salts or the extra hit boxes.
  14. Alchemists vs Masons

    Personally, I drop Calculus/Mercury/Hemlocke altogether and put in Decimate. She brings momentous playbook results all over the place, and while MT<< is on 4 hits, she's TAC 6 with anatomical precision, so you can get the ball and get away a lot more often then you think , especially against the low DEF targets that make up the Mason's team. And then with a 3/6" Kick, she can shoot if close enough or pass off to Vitriol/Mist/Midas. She can also set up or finish off someone with Midas or Vitriol. It is a fourth influence hungry model, but whatever you were going to give to Vitriol or Mist can go to her after they get taken out and she'll get some work done.
  15. New player in Chicago NW Suburbs

    Oak Park Gaming Goat has a few, but when Fair Game closes they'll likely get a lot of those players. There is a Dice Dojo group above, so that should help you out. Several of Dice Dojo's Warmachine players have teams, so if you know them, you probably already know your Guild Ball opponents. I believe they try to get together on Sundays.