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Sunday, June 4, 2017

Kublacon 2017 - Battle Fleet Gothic

Hi All,

On the aforementioned Friday May 26th we were able to play in a game of Battle Fleet Gothic run by Tim DuPertuis. He had an awesome collection of ships and terrain. My son and I played as one slot, a recurring theme for the weekend, and we were paired with two nice guys who had some familiarity with the game.

In fact my blitz games of Space Fleet with Brian did give me a little bit of a feel for BFG. I only had a few cell phone pics for this battle, but I think they capture the essence of the story. I left them with an arty filter, I think it works for this.

Enjoy!





More comics are in the pipe.

16 comments:

  1. I love this treatment! I want to be as cool as you someday, man!
    cheers
    Ths

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    1. Thanks Foss, it's mostly the program. I haven't totally grokked it, but I've gotten pretty good at it.

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  2. Followers of Slaanesh!? 😂🤣😃

    Good stuff mate. The filter was indeed a good choice.

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    1. Thanks Dai, deeper in the Imperial rear? Ooh err missus!

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  3. Great job on the presentation Sean.

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  4. Looks like a fun game. Did the imperials have a battleship?

    I never made it further with BFG than building up some cruisers (and of course buying a ton of stuff), but it always had appeal.

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    1. Thanks Lasgunpacker, it was fun. Tim indicated below what the Imperial flagship was. We each had one especially big tough ship and then several "battleships" and then a few smaller ones.

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  5. Such an awesome way to display this!
    -Tyler

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    1. Thanks Tyler, the Mordheim and Necromunda reports will be up in the coming days.

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  6. Great job on the comic format battle report! Even worse than followers of Slaanesh would be followers of Nurgle "into the Imperial rear." And it was very much a Nurgle fleet...

    Imperials did have an Emperor battleship, but it took a long time to get into the fray as it had to swing around the large ringed planet in the pics. By the time it arrived, Imperial cruisers were dying.

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    1. Thanks Tim, yeah I just like to be silly about Slaanesh. Being able to setup second and move first was a big advantage. We then just mulched each ship in line with the full firepower of the fleet.

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  7. great report. Feels like the video game. BFG is a game I would have loved to play.
    Lucky you!

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    1. Thanks Cedric, I was really glad to get the chance to play it. I missed out at Oldhammer Weekend back in October.

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