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  1. Check out the new content. It's not good, but it is free.
  2. Have at ye. Quality is low. So is the cost. #content
  3. We had our monthly tournament, and I was dedicated to make all my games for Hemlock! http://www.longshanks.org/events/?event=447 video of the 4th game: https://youtu.be/w1hZYclrwGY The first table was recorded on the tournament, so instead of pictures I have a video evidence of this game. Hopefully this will be good enough! :) (If not, let me know, and I'll cut a few pics from the video...) My round four opponent is our best player - which is basically a given thing on a final match, but I have to say he bested me in many games (game systems) before. Anyway I had a very good kick off with Scalpel, where only Tower could reach the ball - and even then he had no one to pass just to open space. So if he goes for the ball, I can beat him up as he has no momentum to counter and second wind into safety, or if he does something else I can grab the ball and save it for a next turn goal! So he hard rolled a 4+ Goad with the monkey on Scalpel, and my game was over. I lured the monkey, he moved Brick to counter charge range. I moved up with Silence into countercharge range. If he moves in, I can free up Scalpel and live, if not, I can block Tower with a fire template and hope for a 50-50 initiative roll... He moved in, and also engaged Scalpel. Finally I moved into the monkey, push dodged and killed the poor bastard, but as my opponent had the ball, he repositioned hisplayers to reach Silence and left him on 1 life. He had the ball and the left side of the table, so I went into guerilla mode and tried to apply hit n run damage with Scalpel. My hope was that he score a goal early and I can kill and counter before he finishes off two of my players or get the ball back. Anyway I killed Flint and Mallet and he get Cosset too. 5-4 to me and I had a 10 minutes clock advantage to. Flint finally went for the goal in a last activation in a turn, where all his teammates ganged on Dirge and has a sure first activation next turn. And my goal kick not scattered enough to leave Flint range, and ha was able to get momentum on Cosset, and get the winning goal even with Silence in the way. I was hoped for a lucky miss, but he bested me in a close and fair game, an almost excellent finis of the day! (And now give me my veteran Hemlock now!!4!)
  4. We had our monthly tournament, and I was dedicated to make all my games for Hemlock! http://www.longshanks.org/events/?event=447 video of the 3rd game: https://youtu.be/Do2s3F8hjJY The first table was recorded on the tournament, so instead of pictures I have a video evidence of this game. Hopefully this will be good enough! :) (If not, let me know, and I'll cut a few pics from the video...) My round three opponent was my good friend and his Rage Union, he also in the league and in a previous report with Fish. I have to say, I truly impressed the way how this league runs, all my participating opponents showed better skills in this tournament than before. Agendas are a great way to introduce different elements of the game. In this Game I was truly surprised, how my opponent answered my second turn goal with an immediate counter goal - with Minx. (Ha was a 6 TO guy before.) He completely ruled one side of the table and one by one killed my guys there - first Cosset, than Silence... only Graves left to be the next victim. I binged back my players on the other side, so in time I had a number advantage there. Had my kills too - for example Cosset kicked Averrise butt hard with the help of Dirge and Silence... We were around 8-8ish this point. He tried to bring the ball forward with the Snake, but had to pass to open. The ball stopped before his players, and Scalpel was able to pick it up with a sprint and Second Wind movement. But it killed the ball for me that turn, on the other hand I was in a fairly a safe position. He had the option to kill Graves and hope he can win (initial) next round, but he sprinted and dodged with Rage and KDd Scalpel with the Vengeance token. The ball went in the middle of the table, and scattered enough for me to grab it with a Dirge sprint and kick the last goal with the creature! Closest game I ever had! Unfortunately our areas best player also won his match - he was the pair down as the tournament were 12 people strong. So in to the finale!
  5. We had our monthly tournament, and I was dedicated to make all my games for Hemlock! http://www.longshanks.org/events/?event=447 video of the 2nd game: https://youtu.be/H7L7f0XLLGo The first table was recorded on the tournament, so instead of pictures I have a video evidence of this game. Hopefully this will be good enough! :) (If not, let me know, and I'll cut a few pics from the video...) My round two opponent was a young but talented gamer, who played his Butchers now (Brewers in the league and a previous report). I used to think to Scalpel as a pseudo Fillet, but that girl is a beast herself! The only thing I was able to do was slow her killing to one player per turn. Fortunately he had a bit more confidence at the end (10-8 to him) than he should. So I was able to grab the ball and farm a few momentum on Truffle to shoot a game winning goal - before his next activation secure him the win! It was a very close game and I would recommend the video - you just need to understand Hungarian language for it!
  6. Hey all, My brother and one of his friends from the Colorado meta recorded one of their games for your entertainment on You Tube. It follows the double speed video with added commentary format (similar to Don't Touch the Beard and Run the Length format). Feel free to check it out and post your thoughts in the comments! Superior Strategist pilot battle report
  7. Our Dark Souls TBG Unboxing Video

    Hello! Brian from the Critical Thwits here. Hope everyone's enjoying the game and having as much fun as we are with it. If you're wavering or unsure, though, you might find our unboxing video useful - Joe and I take a comprehensive tour through exactly what you get and what we think of the contents. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/Jy8-LbZ6mrM
  8. Hello unkindled! Very excited to kickstart a series of videos on Hot Gates Gaming covering Dark Souls: The Board game, starting off with this "Initial Impressions" video, unboxing and looking at the contents. Please head over and have a look and help shape the series going forwards. Next up will be a review vid, how to play vid and then aiming to film an actual campaign.
  9. Hey guys I'm back again with another episode of RTL! Let me know your thoughts and please like, share, and subscribe. It helps the channel a lot. This is the fifth episode of Run the Length a game play commentary series for guild ball. Join me as I breakdown an Alchemists vs Union game against Craig Cassata Adepticon Team Tournament Champion explaining my thoughts and decisions as I played this match. Game was filmed at Grognard Games in Hoffman Estates. Their Facebook page can be found here: facebook.com/fairgamestore Follow me on Twitter: @TheCurkov https://mobile.twitter.com/thecurkov
  10. Episode two of my (soon to be) critically acclaimed YouTube series Run the Length is out! In this episode my Alchemist's Take on Alex Botts' Union. Alex Botts is one of the hosts of Strictly the Worst Guild Ball Podcast. He can be found on the forum @Slothrop His twitter is @leftslothrop Strictly the Worst twitter: @StrictlyWorstGB
  11. Briscon 2016 Game Videos

    Hey everyone...got 4 new Guild Ball videos for y'all from the Briscon 2016 Cup...there are some really good games in here...enjoy!
  12. Ich weiß nicht wieviele deutschsprachige Guild Ball Fans hier zu finden sind, aber speziell für Euch habe ich auf meinem Channel einen ersten Spielbericht: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k0VtYsbbNas Das erste Spiel wird zwischen Fischern und Totengräbern ausgetragen. Viel Spaß For english viewers: We're creating our videos in german, because it's easier for most of our players. Maybe I will add some content in english, but I don't promise...
  13. Building with the Masons

    Just one of a few videos that I'm making looking at Guild Ball teams. I do love the Masons. Watch feel free to comment.
  14. Starting out with Alchemists

    I've just made a wee video about starting out with a new team. I've always fancied them as a team but didn't really know where to start with them. Anyway I've taken the plunge and made this video to describe the beginning of my "journey". I really would value feedback but especially advice on how to play this team. I've been reading the forum and know there are some superb players on here.
  15. Guild Ball TV

    Hello, Today has been the launch of 'Guild Ball TV' on the GBHL Podcast YouTube channel. We'd hugely appreciate your feedback: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7G-sTFpQto What we'll do for the next video: Reduce the transparency of the 'cards' so that they're easier to read Quieten/Remove the into music Include a VP score board Include 'Conditions' on the Character Profile's New content will be released every Tuesday. Huge THANK YOU! to the Guild Ball team for sharing this on their Facebook page! - GBHL Jamie
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