...Christopher Allen with his great Stalk Tank datasheet!
"What the hell are you talking about, Taylor?" I hear you ask. Well, back when I hit 200 followers on this blog I set up a competition for those intrepid lovers of creating Apocalypse datsheets. You can see that post here.
Now, just over two months later, I bring you the winning datasheet. There were dozens of entries, many of them very good. Essentially all the entries broke down into two camps: the first felt the Stalk Tank should be around the same size/power as a Defiler, the second felt it should be closer to a Brass Scorpion. While I'm all for "more power", I felt that the model I had built certainly fell into the former category. After several conversations with bigred at Bell of Lost Souls, we decided the best sheet had been submitted by Christopher Allen. Chris hails from Dallas, TX and has helped set up Adeptus North Texas, a great place online to find some excellent hobbyists. Just click here to check out their website.
Not only does Christopher win a prize from me (a 40K vehicle of his choice), but his datasheet will also appear in the next "reprinting" of the Bell of Lost Souls Lords of Battle Apocalypse download, great stuff indeed! You can check out the v2 download here. Chris's sheet will be included in the next one.
And it wouldn't be right if I didn't mention the runners-up. These entrants all came quite close to what I had in mind, which really is no average feat. Congratulations also to (in no particular order):
• David Schatz
• Geoffery Snider
• Liam Thorpe
• Kevin from Terran Forge
Now I just hope everyone can see the datasheet. For some reason I can't put a PDF into my post (or don't know how to). If anyone does know, feel free to leave a comment so that I can get it sorted.
UPDATE: Chris has chosen a Battlewagon to add to his growing Ork horde! It'll be heading out in the post this week.