Join Craig and his guests, Nikolay Galeev, Cris Govyazon and Dmitrii Kevorkov, as they explain how they ended up on the podium for the 2019 Russian Nationals GT. They discuss, round-by-round, what they brought to the table, what they faced up against and how they came out on top. We also spend time talking about Malfaux in Russia and their thoughts on M3e. Listen Here! Continue reading Path to Podium: Russian Malifaux Nationals
Below is a breakdown of the countries that download the Tabletop Talk podcast. I’d imagine it lines up closely with a player breakdown of Malifaux as well. Continue reading Who Listens?
In roughly 5 weeks we have the December Decimation Malifaux Grand Tournament. As of now we only have about 10 or so tickets left. You can buy your ticket here before they sell out. This will be a SINGLES event – no master hiring. Below are links to each round’s pools. Special thanks to Owen Beste and Jesse Watson for helping Craig with some fine … Continue reading NC December Malifaux GT Pools
Join Craig as his guest, Matt Lewin, gives a deep dive into making Charles Hoffman and his crew effective as an Arcanist in Malifaux 3rd edition. He explains what models he brings in, the role they play in scoring points and even gives some ways to counter this hearty crew. Pay attention to the end or Hoffman and his crew will Overcharge your crew and … Continue reading Time to Talk Arcanist Hoffman
Join Craig as his guests (Stephen Bynum, Oliver Borden and Cody Hiatt), fresh off their podium finish at NOVA, talk through how they played their five rounds. This is an expert round table full of insights that will make you a better player. You may need to listen to it twice to catch all of the interesting observations from these top competitive Malifaux players. Listen … Continue reading Path to Podium: NOVA 2019 Round Table
If you missed the live show – check out the recording!! Craig spent hours analyzing the data collected at NOVA. He dug deep into the schemes selected (by winners and losers) across the 64 games played at the GT. Which strategies were close on scoring and which were runaways? What schemes did the winners pick and score? How about the losers? What schemes were common … Continue reading Malifaux by the Numbers