Hey everyone! This week's Hobby is all about preparing for Coalescence on June 10th. The word for the event has spread much quicker and farther than I originally thought it would have for my club. I decided to keep pushing and have been hitting up local stores to hang up flyers I printed off for the event and hopefully get players to register via email so I can get a somewhat accurate headcount.
My Local FLGS's and even my local Warhammer Store has allowed me to put up flyers to help generate more interest in the event. They all are helping spread the word with hopes that all ships will rise with this tide. Talking up the event and organizing it is a big part of my hobby right now and will be for the foreseeable future. I have also confirmed I will have Prize support in the form of Games Workshop Kits for the event on top of the trophies I had planned for the event.
While it is very exciting it is a bit intimating to make sure The Club tables are ready as we are lacking in quality terrain and mats. This was a topic of conversation at our recent Town Meeting for the club, but I will go into detail about meeting in Fridays post. Thankfully we have set up a day to work on fixing and building terrain for the club, but I plan to put in as much effort as I can to ensure we are ready! People have already donated some foam to the cause and I feel confident in what we will accomplish. I will be using this deadline as pressure to also paint my own terrain collection to finally get it done for myself as well as the Coalescence event.
The other hobby I am getting into is creating a small Display Board for my Warhammer Stores Inner Circle event. I plan to take some of my Sisters of Battle to display in hopes of getting one of those wonderful Deathwing medals being awarded at the event. I even have a last minute addition to the force in the form of the Canoness Veridyan. I cannot wait for the new edition of Warhammer 40,000 after this week's recent news and Q&A session!
Let me know what you are all working on with your Hobby. I would love to see and be inspired by it. As always feel free to follow me on Twitter and see you all on Fridays post where I wrap up my Building a Community Series with Part 5. Happy Hobbying!