Tarsiss 4 – The Taking of Nervia Glevesium – Horus Heresy narrative event

I had a great day at the 2017 run of the Tarsiss 4 Horus Heresy narrative event organised by the guys of the Geno Five Two Podcast. You can listen to their round-up of the event and hear the neat audio narrative clips they prepared on Soundcloud here. As with the last time they had the event, there was great terrain set-up to create some interestingly diverse battlegrounds combined with some cool narrative spin on the missions and strategic asset cards. Compared with the last time they ran the event they also managed to double the player count and had built a number of Zone Mortalis boards. I find I like change of pace from the mixing up of larger and smaller point games over the course of a two day event – gives people the chance to relax and take more of a look at other people’s games. Over the weekend, I played five games: 3 x 2,500pt ‘Frontline’ battles and 2 x 1,000pt Zone Mortalis skirmish games.

A big shout out to Sam Cornick of Six Up Save whom gave me a lift to the event.

Here is a quick photo-dump of my games. The quality of the hobby was exceptionally high – some really inspiring work on display at the event:

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7 Responses to Tarsiss 4 – The Taking of Nervia Glevesium – Horus Heresy narrative event

  1. Sounds and looks like a lot of fun man. I don’t recognise those tanks in the first few pix?

  2. Pingback: Tarsiss 4 – The Betrayal at Modgud Prime | Heretic 30k

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