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Las Vegas Open Pics



The Las Vegas Open is the one event early this year that I really wanted to hit. Of course my 10 year wedding anniversary ate that time slot up this year. Next year its on my list of events to get to. With that said, the event went off, and from all reports was a great success. I know that Reece and the guys from Frontline Gaming put an excellent showing and reports from the event are all over the internet now.


Greg has put up probably the most extensive set of army pictures I have seen on the event. He took over 700 photos while there. Im showing just a small fraction of those, so head on over to Gregs site and check them out. There are lots of very cool armies to check out.

here is a link to Greg's site, and I want to thank him for personally sharing them with us.
http://www.feedyournerd.com/greggles-tabletop/the-armies-of-las-vegas-open-photo-city
Part 1 Battles
http://www.feedyournerd.com/greggles-tabletop/the-battles-of-las-vegas-open-part-1-because-so-many-photos

Part 2 Battles
http://www.feedyournerd.com/greggles-tabletop/the-battles-of-las-vegas-open-part-2-even-more-photos



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  1. Thanks so much, here is the other 360! I had to break them all up, it was crashing the site.

    Part 1 Battles
    http://www.feedyournerd.com/greggles-tabletop/the-battles-of-las-vegas-open-part-1-because-so-many-photos

    Part 2 Battles
    http://www.feedyournerd.com/greggles-tabletop/the-battles-of-las-vegas-open-part-2-even-more-photos

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  2. Congratulations on your anniversary Gary! Some Wargaming Widows really do go the distance. Good for you matey.

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  3. Greg's the man. These posts are 100% worth checking out.

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  4. Those are all beautiful armies, but this is why I shelved 40k...the sheer amount of vehicles and flyers has turned it into an upscaled Epic.

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  5. That eldar symbol in the first image is very amusing.....

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    1. Well I hear Slaanesh had a little something to do with the fall of the Eldar, and the symbol still adhered to my yin/yang theme. Color scheme was Bone and Wood conceptualize life (wood) and death (bone) as a way to balance out the army aesthetically.

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    2. nice, did anyone at LVO realize what it is?

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    3. I doubt it, and if they did they didn't mention it to me

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    4. Only some people noticed the large Yin Yang of the display board itself

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    5. I was distracted by the pretty colors on the super heavy. Not gonna lie!

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    6. (and your cool holofield explanation!)

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    7. Thanks, I really like the Lynx. Its a beautiful model, and great centerpiece component. I like the feel the bikes gave it, almost like the escort ships to the bomber in Avatar

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