Struggling to play a lower tier Warhammer 40k army like Tau?
Wondering what you can do to beat Space Marines?
Getting frustrated that you arn't getting the results that you want to?
On this week's show of the Competitive 40K Podcast we cover how Jack has mastered and evolved his Tau army list and gameplay.
Jack takes us through the playstyle of Tau, what makes them unique and then through the problems and challenges that he overcame.
This is an exceptional podcast and something every single Warhammer 40K player will be able to relate to.
We really hope you enjoy this episode.
Hi, it’s Jack here from Vanguard Tactics and I wanted to share my thoughts on my favourite faction the Ta’u Empire.
I have been playing Ta’u competitively throughout 8th Edition and into 9th, so this article covers my journey with the army...
Top 3 Strats for Each Faction
On this week's show of the Competitive Warhammer 40K Podcast brought to you by Vanguard Tactics.
Stephen Box, Joe Coles and Jack Downing talk about the top 3 most useful stratagems for each faction that you need to be aware of when playing in the world of competitive 40k.
With this podcast episode and last weeks we give you a baseline knowledge of each faction.
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The VT Academy takes you through everything you need to know about 40k, from how to write the optimal army list for your faction, to advance tactics on the tabletop and our...
Tournament Review - Caledonian Revolution 2019
By Jack Downing
I recently attended Caledonian Revolution 2019 at Element Games, this tournament was 76 person strong ETC style event which was attended by a several of team members of the England, Scotland and Wales teams. The event was 5 three hour games over two days under chess clocks.
Personally, I was really pleased with my performance by winning 4/5 games and finished 11th overall as well as obtaining best in faction for T’au. I’ve felt like my game had really developed over the last few months which this result proves as typically I have finished mid-table in tournaments of this size.
I want to share with you my experience from this event, what went well and areas to improve. I’ll do this by doing a review of each of my games but first things first. Below is the list I took;
++ Total: [113 PL, 10CP, 1,999pts]
++ Battalion Detachment +5CP...