Raffle!

Alright we are having another raffle for our Patreon supporters.  So head on over to our Patreon and pledge!

We are giving a way a fully painted 75 point Ret list.  Painted by Party Foul Greg.  The draw will most likely be in June.  All the proceeds are going to Podcasting Gear.  Winner is responsible for shipping costs.

Vyros 2
Kaelyssa
Ossian
Thyron
Elara 1

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The Great Token Shitstorm 2017 and why you are wrong about it!

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you should be aware of the new 2017 Steamroller CID that was released last Wednesday and the ensuing shit storm that it created on the inter webs. Funny thing is, all the nerd rage and uptight constipation wasn’t about the actual scenarios but about a this little nugget:

A measurement marker is a token, template, glass bead, or other item used by a player to mark a specific place on the board based on pre-measurement. For example, a player might use a glass bead to mark the charge range of an enemy warjack, or might place an empty model base to determine if a friendly model will fit into a specific space after charging an enemy. A player cannot have more than one measurement marker on the table at any time.

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(★) TUNE UP! — Jack Marshall

Well hello there! I’m Josh, the sometime editor here at PartyFoul, and I’m here with what I hope will become a new article series. As you can probably guess from the title of the series it’s going to be all about fixing some of the disregarded aspects of Warmachine and Hordes. I am by no means an expert, heck I wouldn’t even call myself all that much of a player. Rather I’m treating this series as something of a thought experiment. With the impending arrival of the Community Integrated Development (CID) from Privateer Press (PP) my hope is to bring some oversights to the attention of the community in hopes of seeing them rectified, or at least to get an explanation from PP about why things were done.

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