Huh? What was that? I should kill everyone and escape?
The Esoteric Order of Gamers unboxes Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team. But more importantly, it’s the EOG’s 200TH VIDEO! And they said it wouldn’t last …
I’ve unboxed a lot of games over the last five years, but this particular video is pretty special – it’s the 200th I’ve uploaded to my EOG YouTube channel. Two hundred videos! Wow, that’s pretty amazing. You could sit in front of your computer and watch EOG videos end to end for an entire working week almost. Hey, there are worse ways to pass the time!
Seriously, I’m pretty proud of this milestone and the fact that the EOG is over five years old, and want to take this opportunity to thank you for sticking with me and watching my stuff. You might have guessed by now I’m pretty obsessed with the game hobby, and it’s great fun sharing that obsession with you. It’s also been great to discover and get to know some truly excellent people who feel the same way. I know I don’t always follow the most popular boardgame routes and the selection can be a bit eclectic at times, but that way I get to be honestly passionate about those games I do cover – they’re all in my collection, and I play them all.
Anyway, enough of me rambling on, let’s get to the video in question: an unboxing of Games Workshop’s brand new skirmish system Warhammer 40,000: Kill Team. It’s an impressive package and definitely worth checking out. Let’s jump into video number 200 together – are you ready? – let’s go – and here’s to another 200!
Assembling the terrain takes a while, especially the last piece. Looks good though. Not going to have time to paint anything before the weekend when I should be having my first game (most of RPG group on holiday, so skirmish night).
I’m doing Genestealers as I have Adeptus from Forgebane. Thinking of making up Kill Team all as Vanguard so I can mix and match for variety.
Necro Immortals from Forgebane only come to 80 points which is a pity. Unless I proxy the others to make numbers up.
If it doesn’t suck, I’m thinking of getting aother unit. Like the idea of payments and although Thousand Suns and Grey Knights are tougher, I like the look of Drukhari. Remind me of Necromunda Escher. Prefer a box set to build my own to get the faction cards.
Bloody auto correct. Necro = Necrons and payments = Psykers.
That just announced Kill Team: Rogue Trader for next month…
Interesting… Rogue Traders have more narrative potential than a bunch of grunts like standard kill teams.