Art of War - The Competitive 40k Network

Adam is joined this week by the one and only Ridvan 'Skari' Martinez to review the Rift War Campaign book.
I can tell you now, I had no idea how we haven't been hearing more about this book, the Castellans of the rift with the right build might just be the most flexible marine ruleset we have right now (if admittedly not units wise).
The Warpmeld Pact is lacking a bit in what you can build but the bones are there if there were to be say, some points changes coming in the future (fingers crossed enlightened and tzangoors go down).
And the damn Coteries (what even is a coterie i ask you!?) are jacked as all hell, just straight up good.
So i hope you enjoy because it was a pleasure to make!

What is Art of War - The Competitive 40k Network?

Every week we Interview a Top Performing 40k Player from a recent tournament!

We produce a two part show every single week.

In the first segment Warhammer 40k legend Nick Nanavati, introduces you to the player who has been performing notably well in the competitive Warhammer 40k tournament scene. You will learn about what makes them tick, their story, their practice, their play style, and how they win.

During the second segment Nick Nanavati puts his critical analysis to the test, and he works with the guest to unpack the specific list which they used to achieve glory. All of the strategies, tactics, and in game movements to actually win the games REVEALED!

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