Back into the Underhive, the Imperium Bounty Hunters make their way again.
After Predator’s hunters from The Hub were healed from their injuries, her full team went into try to capture or slaughter some more hive scum. They travelled down to the underhive and encountered House Goliath.
They had to get to the target and destroy it so it couldn’t be used by anyone, let alone the Imperium. At first they were ahead, getting behind enemy lines from within and even through a secret passage discovered by Storm. Unfortunately, when Wrayth’s grenade went haywire, their alarm sounded and House Goliath came out of the woodwork. Their cover was blown and they lost their advantage. With their brute force and heavy weapons, they were pushed back and forced to retreat. With only two hunters remaining, she had no choice. She was not going to make the same mistake twice and this time, she made it out with only one hunter down.
Wrayth ended up succumbing to her injuries from battle and didn’t survive. Shax, quite new to the imperium fighters, is going to have to take her place on the next mission.
The fight for territory in the Underhive continues.
Knowing that the Sisters of Silence and their trusty assassin had to travel back into the underhive with only two of their bounty hunters was terrifying, but they did it in the name of the Imperium.
Predator and Data 7, armed with their best weapons, went down to discover two of the fanatical Chaos Cultists in the underhive. Going head to head, they suffered wounds but they survived to hunt another day.
Predator and her four bounty hunters – Wrayth, Data 7, Deathstroke and Storm, went down into the bowels of the Underhive to take down the Delaque gang – The Upper Deckers but they were not prepared for what they found.
They were sent by the Imperium to the Underhive to clean up the scum that were trying to take a hold of Steelgate but they weren’t expecting such a savage brutality of fighting to defend their turf. Her venator gang “The Hub”, went in with all five strong members but came out with the leader and Data 7 in tacked but severe injuries to her crew. They were not prepared for the outcome of events and with Predator’s strong headed actions of fighting on when they were so close to the end, she almost lost her troops.
With the rest of her team in recovery, Predator and Data 7 are the only ones left to take on the gangs of the underhive for their next encounter. They’ll have to dodge, keep their distance and get in and out as soon and as swift as they can.
Will they survive?!
The giants were exhausting trying to defeat them. Once we thought we were done and then another set made their way into the cavern halls and we were at it again. The ice giants crashed us down but we got back up and kept fighting. Battered and beaten we prevailed!
During the mix, Carter blasted a fireball and with me trying to fight the ice giants, he hit me yet again – for the third time! That man had no idea of team work and planning. I was so focused on killing those giants who had every intention of destroying villages, that I had to postpone my focus on Carter to bash him in the face. I could feel his creepy healing process flowing over my skin but I was still in rage over getting hit yet again from his fire blasts.
After the fight was over, we sat in a room healing from our wounds. I stayed quiet and alone from the rest of the group, mulling over my wounds and burns. I realized this group was not conducive to my healing rage process.
Then someone popped in to where we were – a wizard who knew of our quest and he brought along two members – a wizard who had been engaged in further training and an androgynous monk who was willing to offer help. Mafek knew the others so this was my opportunity. I stood up and asked if I could go back to the city where he came and use the monk to stay in my stead. I piggybacked a ride and was gone, leaving the cavern and my previous travelling companions behind.
I had a great celebration on Mother’s Day and I would like any moms out there that also love playing Warhammer or love the hobby for building and painting, that it’s good you do what you do!
Even being a parent, there is no reason to set aside what you love! If your kids see that you have a passion for a hobby, then they will follow in your footsteps and create something they also will enjoy throughout their lifetime.
I enjoyed an awesome game of Necromunda Underhive with two other Warhammer hobbyists. My Chaos Cultists did not survive an attack in the underhive from Ork Bounty Hunters and the House Goliath Gang but I had fun just the same!
Well, first I have to say that I enjoy watching super hero movies because I like when everyone comes together to save the world.
Basically, Thanos is looking for all the gems to complete the Infinity Gauntlet and he will stop at nothing to get all the stones. With all the stones in place, he will have the power to do almost anything!
With the entire gang in tow, it becomes everyone’s duty to try to stop him. According to Dr. Strange, from trillions of possible outcomes, there is only one that will stop him.
You can find almost everyone in the Marvel universe in this move – which I loved! Black Panther, Scarlet Witch, Spiderman, Guardians of the Galaxy, Captain America, Dr. Strange, Thor, Hulk, and the list goes on. The battles were intense, the action was exciting, the plot was good and the dialogue was funny – true traditional style.
You have to stay until after the credits because there is a message that you need to know.
It was a fun, exciting movie and well worth it!
Many hobbyists like to use a reference or a guidebook to help them along with their hobby. As a blogger, I used to subscribe to Writer’s Digest or The Writer, to help me along with my techniques. With my Warhammer hobby, I utilize a cool magazine White Dwarf. For those who know of it, then need I say more, but for those getting into the miniature gaming hobby – whether you like to build, paint or play, it’s a great resource to have.
The magazine has techniques for building and painting. It also tells of upcoming products, pricing and availability. It has suggestions and tips on how to have more fun with the hobby. The model showcase each month in the magazine is amazing and every once in awhile, you get a free model or access to an upcoming game.
If you want to build a team and not sure of its strength and weaknesses, there is a Battle Report every month between two armies – either Age of Sigmar, 40K, Necromunda, Shadow War, Blood Bowl – Warhammer leaves no one out. The representatives of Games Workshop play the armies against each other, so you can see how they are played.
For $12.00 Canadian a month, you can’t go wrong with this resourceful and helpful magazine.