Archive for February, 2018

It was bound to happen sooner or later, but we are finally starting to use our YouTube channel!

At the current moment, we only have a single video up. A single video we recorded at GenCon 50…seven months ago. Still, it is progress.

Our first recording is a quick unboxing video for the amazing game Campy Creatures, featuring guest gamer Kristina.

Our first unboxing!

Hopefully we’ll be doing more videos, and maybe live-streaming, in the future. Comment below what kind of videos you’d like to see, be them unboxing, Let’s Plays, or even deck profiles.

So until next time, keep your dice warm and happy gaming.

GenCon 2018!

Posted: February 10, 2018 in Uncategorized

That’s right, ladies and gentlemen. Late Night Players will be attending GenCon 2018!

Really not more to say beyond that.

We’ll hopefully be doing some recording and what have you onsite this year. So if you’re going to be at the show this year and would like to play some games with some kickass people, hit us up!

Until then, keep your dice warm and happy gaming!

This past Sunday, I was finally able to sit down and get my first real taste of WarMachine (and a little Hordes, too) since we purchased some starters back at GenCon 50.

I was playing a Retribution Of Scyrah build while my friend/teacher/way too patient Scott ran a Mercenary build. We decided on 50 points but I didn’t realize that there were fewer points than that in any of the starters I bought (especially the ones from Privateer Press’ Black Friday sale). So we ended up just doing Warcaster and Warjack vs Warcaster and Warjack.

And as with every game I’ve ever played against Scott, I was obliterated. Needless to say more practice, and more miniatures, are required!

These guys haven’t even been primered yet, but the weather has been too cold for any of that fun stuff. I have a pair of Trollbloods that I’ve been working on here and there that I started on before winter set in. Another friend gave me a starter to add to the fun and I figured I’d practice on them first.

Not too shabby if I do say so myself.

Anyways, keep your dice warm and happy gaming!