As one of the few surviving AT-43 players in the known universe, I feel the need to wax lyrical about this excellent, and yet sadly defunct, sci-fi tabletop wargame now and again. So it’s time for something just a little bit different from the EOG this week, as we take a short trip back in time—2011, to be exact—and drop you into the beating heart of an AT-43 game played between myself and my good gaming buddy, Will.
Will, by the way, has recently self-published an excellent WWII adventure yarn called Blood and Blitzkrieg, and I urge those of you you enjoy that sort of thing to get on over to his website and check out his pen scratchings.
Back to the desperate struggle for survival on an alien world, or perhaps my desperate struggle with the name of the Therian war machine. Galgath? Golgath? Galgoth? No, dammit, the thing’s called a Golgoth! Get it right!
The question is, of course, did you find this little snippet amusing? Because if you did, I’ve discovered a few other things in the same vein in the dusty archives here in the basement of the EOG. If not, feel free to let me know so I don’t inflict this personal level of torment upon you again.
Tormented or pleasured, the response of ‘liking’ and ‘subscribing’ to the EOG YouTube channel is always welcome. You know you want to!