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Have you ever flipped frantically through your book to find that one ability you gave your hero?
Do you think that the warscroll cards for the battletomes are pretty handy, but don't go far enough?
Did you ever wonder where those battle magic cards from WHFB went?
Do you think the X-Wing upgrade cards next to your ship cards are the best tracking system for a game are the best thing since AoS?
Well, I got some solutions for you, that you might enjoy.
I updated all cards to the new format, fixed errors, changed rule texts according to the latest errata... I hope you enjoy it.
Up next: Daughters of Khaine!
Re-working all files turned out to be more work than anticipated... that said, Grand Alliance Order is done.
I still hope I get everything done before Daughters of Khaine is released, though.
Death and Destruction should be relatively easy, as Legions of Nagash is already in the new size.
New cards are up:
Two things to note:
1. it has the new size of 63 x 88 mm, previously tested with Maggotkin of Nurgle
This is the same size as X-Wing pilot cards, Magic or Pokemon cards and will therefore fit a lot of sleeves. It has better readability, the print should be clearer on medium class printers and the cover should pop more.
I'm working on redoin the old cards all in this new size and will update alll download links soon to these versions.
2. LoN has over 110 cards included, due to 6 different allegiances and 2 spell lores. Therefore, it doesn't fit the normal card boxes I designed for 40/70 cards. Together with the new size, I'm working on a solution to still cram the card box onto A4 sheets.
After playing a few games recently after a longer pause where there was no interest in AoS in my gaming group, I'm found myself fumbling with the allegiance cards.
Dim lights, late at night and my eyesight is getting a bit worse every year (not because of parasites I hope), I needed to pick up the cards from the table if I wanted to read what this ability does again.
After creating an expansion pack for the Space Marine Datacards (seriously, not even the Chapter Tactics on cards like in 7th?) which I matched with their size of 63x88 mm, I made a quick version of the recent Maggotkin of Nurgle cards in this format.
Although it does take a lot more pages to print (8 cards per DIN A4 instead of 15), I could match the backside better with the battletome cover, because white font was now readable in this size without an outline.
The font size of the abilities is now 8pt instead of 6pt, which should make them a whole lot more readable from a distance.
I might be biased though, so what do you think about this?
Replacement of the smaller cards?
Ohhh, AoS finally got a new and shiny Battletome!
Time to whip out another set of cards!
I used the new and darker Age of Sigmar logo and got rid of bold formatting of (imo) important rule parts. GW got their rules to the point mostly, which would've meant making a whole card in bold.
Keywords and unit names are still formatted differently.
Have fun with them and if you find any mistakes, let me know!
So yeah, I'm finished uploading allegiance cards for all current factions.
You can find them all here: http://www.tga.community/profile/2981-hanskrampf/content/?type=downloads_file
When the GHB2016 dropped, AoS took finally off in my gaming group.
But I got sick of flipping through my books the entire time very fast. From the battleplan currently played to the allegiance abilities and forward to the additional rules for Matched Play. And, oh yeah, what was the wording on the Battlebrew again?
If you play or know X-Wing, you're probably familiar with cards for, well, everything.
I like this approach a lot.
But GW failed to provide something similiar.
They hadn't even put out warscroll cards yet.
I knew I needed a solution, because I was forgetting about a lot of abilities.
Doing basically nothing but print design work in InDesign the whole day anyway, I decided I can whip these out myself.
So I did.
I worked through the GHB2016 and every battletome and re-worked all of them following GHB2017. I posted them in my gaming group forum and on Dakkdakka.
As of right now, there are allegiance cards for all allegiances, including a handy card box where you can store your cards. No glue needed.
There is also a set for different GHB2017 section that I felt could profit from some cards.
When AoS was released, I made markers for buffs/debuffs and the terrain effects. I plan on reworking these soon.
I will upload them one after another in the Download section, so head over there.
If you find any errors or have suggestions, please let me know. I had fun creating these cards and hope people will find them useful and have fun using them in their games.
All rules, artwork and the Age of Sigmar logo © Games Workshop PLC
These cards are for personal use only and you should always keep your General's Handbook and/or Battletome nearby to solve any conflicts from bad wording on the cards.
These cards are only a playing aid and never could nor should replace an official publication.
Please let me know if I have used anything you would like to be removed.
First file for testing and formatting: (is there no preview possible in the download section, before posting?)