Val Heffelfingeris creating A Competitive 40k Podcast
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Supporter of Chapter Tactics
The starting level. Perfect if you want to donate to the podcast and show your appreciation for what we do.
Money you pledge goes to getting better equipment, compensating co-hosts for their time, and traveling expenses for in depth tournament coverage of events worldwide.
With this monthly subscription you get access to our facebook page, and future communities we incorporate (like Discord), and any exclusive content we come out with.
In addition all standard patrons get access to any of the benefits we accrue from relationships in the community. Like painted models, terrain, exclusive convention items, tournament entry fees, discounts, and so much more!
Chapter Tactics VIP Patron
In addition to the benefits of all the other tiers, VIP Patrons get access to a private email, and live chats with Petey Pab, and special guests.
Every VIP Patron submits a dream 40k army that they want to run. Together Petey Pab and the VIP will work together to achieve any 40k tournament goals they may have. Petey Pab will help obtain any needed models for the army, put the best minds on any list brews the VIP may have, and give VIPs the one on one attention they may need to up their 40k game.
Intended for players with serious 40k tournament aspirations.
In addition, VIP patrons will receive one unit every month to help build their dream army. Each Patron will receive items meant to match the specifications of their 40k dream army.
For long-term VIPs this may even mean larger units such as Imperial Knights, Fully Painted Characters, and more.
About Val Heffelfinger
Chapter Tactics is a 40k podcast which focuses on promoting better tactical play and situational awareness across all variations of the game.
By donating on Patreon, patrons get access to an exclusive Facebook Group, deals on product, exclusive access to in depth list reviews, special guest episodes, and much more
Our goal is to make it possible for us to attend events we would normally not be able to in order to foster better relationships across all communities.