Greetings Imperial Citizen.
This blog is dedicated to the fluff-driven 40k gamer for whom winning is not as important as participating in a game that tells a strong story. That's not to say we don't like winning, neither does it mean we don't think 40k should be played competitively, but we recognise that tournament-focused competitive play is not the only way to play the game, but it is the most commonly talked-about approach to 40k on teh internetz.
This blog seeks to correct that imbalance somewhat.
Here you will find regularly posted articles and suggestions for playing 40k that emphasise using the game to create a compelling narrative without worrying too much about how many objectives you've captured or how many kill points you've racked up. We'll be posting scenarios and inspirational ideas to help steer your games away from competitve tournament-style play, and towards creating fun stories through your games, set in the 40k universe. Also expect to see battle reports, house rule suggestions and inspirational pics of armies, terrain and battles in progress.
In short, watch this space.