As any student of military history of say...the last hundred years or so will know, the key to victory for any military offensive, is to assign an off the wall & distracting name for it. Thus, reaching into left field, I came up with: Operation Caliban Cantina!
This Saturday evening, gaming at the FLGS will recommence after a fairly long hiatus. When summer hits, all the college kids go home, everyone else goes outside, etc., and gaming ceases. Then the FLGS moved to a new location (conveniently leaving the old one which is still leased to be used for indoor R/C racing & gaming). While its somewhat surprising that I haven't yet encountered aircraft in 40k yet when visiting Morristown, odds are good that I might this weekend, and so I figured I ought to counter this threat.
|No Fortress of Redemption? Aww, sad Angels...|
However in a misguided act of diplomacy, the Wardens thought to both welcome and honor their mysterious brethren by naming this offensive after them. Relations between the two chapters however seem to have gotten of to a bad start...
Perhaps the Librarian misread his Emperor's Tarot when seeking an honorable moniker?
As for the Bastion, I gotta question for all of you Necron players out there: How does one transport a monolith sized hunk-o-plastic to the FLGS on a regular basis without worry of the little fiddly bits (heavy bolters mainly) breaking off? It sure as hell won't fit in a sabol tray, and I was hoping that there's a better option than 'just put it in the passenger seat and try to minimize the sharp turns'.