Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Starshield Boardgaming Knights Search for the Elder Sign Only to Find a Death Angel


This past Monday at our weekly gaming session we, the Starshield Gaming Society, came together to prevent a great extra-planar evil from breaking through the veil to our world. This fearsome Great Old One was poised to enter our world through a gate in the Arkham Museum. Were the efforts of the Starshield Gaming Society and their Investigators enough to prevent the unthinkable? Read on and see...


Here is the initial setup with Midnight approaching...

I was playing Vicent Lee. Here he is with my Dreamlands Trophy...


Victory against the Great Old One, Yog-Sothoth, was ours. The world was once again safe...



From the haunting and terrifying realm that is Arkham, Massachusetts to the tense terror of a floating Space Hulk we went...


This was my first game using the new Marines from the Expansion Pack. Playing with 7 players (14 Space Marines), was pretty awesome. We played with the 6-player beginning location and that seemed to work just fine. I felt challenged and the Event Cards kept things interesting.

We lost several of our brothers before packing up the game for the night. We still had the 3rd and 4th locations to go, but the night was growing late and many of us had miles to go...

I hope to return soon to the floating hulk to finish what we started.

The more I play these two games, the more I find myself wanting to play them. Good, good stuff...

Thank you for reading and until next time, may the dice fall your way and play, play, play!



2 comments:

  1. First time playing Space Hulk and I liked it - interesting little strategy game. Check out Panic Station - I think that's next on my list

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  2. The more I play Death Angel, the more I like it. Glad you enjoyed it. I think Drakkenstrike just put up a Components Breakdown of Panic Station.

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