Editor's Intro In my desperate quest to continue putting content out for the blog I have somehow managed to wrangle a guest article from the winner of a recent 52 player online tournament, Steffen - Stevie Wunderspat - Beier. This article is a two part special, with the first half exploring advanced objective token placement... Continue Reading →
Deck-build: The Wurmspat
(Grand)Daddies Home Having lumbered their way through two large online tournaments, the Wurmspat have maintained a somewhat staggeringly good win-rate despite many nay-sayers nay-saying nay along the way. The warband fighter cards have proved more than a match for the field, especially with enough good universal objectives and gambits existing to patch up the holes... Continue Reading →
Is the Lockdown Meta Better?
What does the meta look like with Hrothgorn and the Wurmspat now firmly part of the Beastgrave. Stuck inside many of us have been crafting decks using two expansions we had very little chance to get to grips with. I hope to give a quick run over some of the decks and strategies that have been brewed by the trapped denizens of the underworlds, in the hope to inspire many more new and creative builds! Are we still in an objective meta? Maybe.
Warband Review: The Wurmspat
Nurgles warband has oozed its way into Beastgrave. Are they an epidemic here to define a meta, or a bit of food poisoning that a decent sesh on the bog will clear out. Find out inside!
The Neutral Cards from Hrthgorn’s Mantrappes and the Wurmspat Expansions
Early Bird Words The wonderful folks over on the games workshop community team revealed all of the cards contained in the two new expansions via Facebook earlier this week, meaning that we at Steel City can actually review stuff on time… provided I write like the wind. This article will continue the Steel City tradition... Continue Reading →