Monthly Archives: August 2014

New Release: Raktorak the Morat Batman

The Raktorak is described as being a batman, a military aide to a commissioned officer, and that speaks to the entire purpose of this model. And here you thought I was stretching that term to fit both themes of this … Continue reading

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Musica

A recent thread was tossing about the ideas of “army themed music” and it got into some grey area (yes, this music is cool but is it REALLY the army?) I feel like this truly embodies JSA the best- futuristic, … Continue reading

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The Other Batman Shows

Fox is whipping up a new television series that will be based on a young Gordon. It will probably be a hit unless Fox Executives do the schedule shuffle dance of death that they subjugated many cult classics to. I … Continue reading

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The Penguin Offers Thugs Malleability

As a young thug to Gotham, you don’t know which side to throw your weight in behind. Oh sure, you can be a goodie two shoes and enlist with “Gotham’s Finest” but that is not where the money, women or respect is. … Continue reading

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Thamyris- Possibly the most Important Hacker in the sphere

Thamyris is one of the only two hackers Steel Phalanx can field- that is almost the same as Ariadna. This is strange for the sole sectorial of an AI faction, but it makes sense from a balance perspective. Outside of … Continue reading

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Planetary Spotted in Gotham!

A series that I own in its entirety, Planetary is one of my favourite comics because of how Warren Ellis explores a variety of themes and tropes, only to turn them on their head. Many players have been clamouring for … Continue reading

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Hard and Soft Counters to Camouflage (N2)

Generally speaking, new players come to Infinity with some pretty heavy baggage.  This baggage – the oh-so-heavy weight of hard counters – keeps them from seeing the entire Infinity picture. In other games, confrontations between forces tend to be reasonably … Continue reading

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Mission Monday – Unconventional PsyOp

Yesterday, I did a book review of Masters of Chaos. I originally read the book due to a recommendation from another author’s work that I enjoyed. My decision to read Masters of Chaos was to gain a better understanding of … Continue reading

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Masters of Chaos and Infinity: Covert and Clandestine

I read Masters of Chaos by Linda Robinson to get a better understanding of what Special Forces do.  It was an interesting read into what is a very private organization belong to a paranoid parent organization (namely the U.S. Military). … Continue reading

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Teaching Infinity to New Players

Learning a new game is like climbing a ladder.  At first, you start on the ground, not knowing how to play.  From there, you make your way up, rung by rung, towards the top.  The top is awesome, full of … Continue reading

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