|Traffic in Florida.|
We went to Florida, to the beach, only to find that Hurricane Harvey decided to have it's way with the gulf region at the same time that we had scheduled this trip.
|Two Red Flags = Stay out of the water!|
So we explored the town's shopping options (we're Americans, it's what we do) and we found TBS Comics at Fort Walton Beach. It's a big store, however I easily spotted the gaming area upon walking in. Although there wasn't anyone playing at the time, I was still very impressed with the tables they have there. Each of the tables has a frame with it's own overhead light set up to illuminate the board. The scenery was nice as well. I didn't think to take any pics though. They do have a video showing these tables posted on their Facebook page.
Mrs. Neverness found the Wonder Woman comic she had been trying to find for over a year, and I found the GW area and grabbed up the new Chaos Codex and cards. Right next to that area was a large glass case full of painted miniatures. Mostly Orks. And mostly scratch built vehicles or heavily converted ones. I had to take pics of these!
|How many Primaris Marines = a Master Chief?|
The centerpiece, the thing that commands you to stop and gawk, is the massive walker based off the Covenant one from the Halo video game series. It is huge and awesome! It has lots of details including a marine on top of it challenging some orks.
|They'll loot anything!|
|Big ork vehicle parade!|
All sorts of scavenged and looted parts were used on everything in this collection. This dred is no exception as well as that massive tank behind it.
|Vehicle mounted Tractor Cannon?|
|Meks At Work.|
|Of course the red onez are in front...|
|...the blues take the rear. And checkout that death roller!|
...and while speaking of chaos, has a more subversive, dark and sinister warband ever been assembled?
I made some purchases, something to read while waiting on the sun to return. The new Chaos Codex, the accompanying card set, and the free Battle Primer. The Chaos Codex is a nice book so far, but as usual I probably won't have a true opinion about it until I play a few games with it. Weird that GW had no other chaos paintings to use for a cover considering that this was the cover of the 6th Ed Codex (late 2012?).
|My purchases and plug for TBS Comics.|
Meanwhile, on the beach:
|Hivefleet scouts detected!|