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Interview with the man, the myth, the legend, Alex Botts. Everyone is talking about Thresher these days so I ask him his thoughts on the model along with some general questions about Farmers, how to get good, etc., etc. http://midwestwargaming.com/interview-2017-guild-ball-world-champion-alex-botts/
played a game the other day with thresher and loved him. my opponent however didn't and though he was a bit over powered, which apparently is what most of the internet is saying as well. While I think he's not over powered and there are ways to play around him, It got me thinking on what I would do to tone him down a bit but still keep his play style and this is what I came up with. its basically remove "Extended Reach" and change Crow scarer to "While this model is within [4"] of a friendly harvest-marker, this model melee zone is 3"." this removes some of his defensiveness as he can no longer get a free counter attack while at the same time giving him the same play stye but just with more set up and allowing your opponent to remove the markers before he activates allowing for counter play. it also effects the range of his "don't fear the..." as if there is only one harvest marker with in 4' at the time when it gets removed his melee will shrink to 2" meaning if you want the most out of him 2 harvest markers need to be within 4" of him. It does give him a large control bubble as his parting blow range will be 3" if with in range of a harvest marker but that still has counter play. I thought these where quit good changes that kept to his theme and design space but just toned him down and made him require more set to be the killing monster he is. Please let me know your thoughts and what you think would be a good change for him (not that he needs it). cheers
So, my wife likes to draw but she hates doing commissions. However, each year she draws me a commission for my birthday. Previous years I had her draw Warmachine art but this year since I've been playing more GB (and rapidly consumed all the fiction) I asked for a GB commission. Here's my gift She even added symbolism with her flower choices. Here's the flower meanings: bluebells (two clusters, on either side) : humility oak-leaf geranium (under his arm): true friendship zinnia (the cluster on the foot of the grave): thoughts of absent friendspink carnation (on top of grave): remembrance hyacinth (under and behind his head): games and sport blue hyacinth: constancy (faithful, dependable) violet hyacinth: regret yellow hyacinth: jealousy