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  1. Hi everyone, I posted these in the pinned Soul Wars thread, but it occurred to me that these items aren't Soul Wars specific, rather Soul Wars adjacent! New shrink-wrapped Generals Handbook 2018 - $29 New in box 'easy to build' Castigators with Gryph-hound (4) - $15 New in box 'easy to build' Glaivewraith Stalkers (4) - $12 New in box 'easy to build' Myrmourn Banshees (4) - $18 Or $70 for the lot. Postage included in the USA. Thanks for looking. L2R
  2. US BASED SOUL WARS STUFF Hi everyone. All the below for sale. Shipping included in all the prices. Would much rather sell it all as one lot. All new on sprue unless listed otherwise. Mainland US only please All with the Soul Wars Warscolls if on sprue, not of boxed Generals Handbook (shrink wrapped) $29 STORMCAST ETERNALS 3 x Evocators $18 5 x Castigators $20 1 x Celestar Ballista $24 Castigators sealed box (4 + Gryph) $15 $74 for the lot, shipping included. NIGHTHAUNT Glaivewraith Stalkers sealed box (4) $12 Myrmourn Banshees sealed box (4) $18 1 x Guardian of Souls $12 1 x Lord Executioner $12 5 x Glaivewraith Stalkers $13 4 x Grimghast Reapers $15 $78 for the lot, shipping included. Or take everything listed for $165. Let me know! What’s left will be going on eBay Thursday.
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    Becca Scott

    Thanks, she dabbled with Eldar in 40k, but it didn’t stick, so it takes a couple of attempts! As long as he’s not pointing and demonically cursing him for forfeiting the Mortal Realms and failing the lords of chaos, you’re probably ok...!
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    Becca Scott

    My 7 year old daughter has always been a little curious, but nothing has caught her attention. Now, she’s watched the Scott videos (a very good presenter with full geek credentials) and looked at the new female Stormcast, and she’s in. Good news for me, and maybe playing into some wider corporate plan, who knows? All I know is that I now have someone to share my love of Warhammer with. LTR
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    AoS 2nd Edition: First Battle Round

    Hi, I agree that the RAW is quite clear, but it appears that it is indeed still the same as previously. In MiniWargamings review video they even claim to have spoken to GW direct who confirmed that. As mentioned above, FAQ needed day 1! LTR
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    Painbringer's Sylvaneth (last update: 07/08/2018)

    Me too! I just want to start Sylvaneth now, but I don’t think I could do them the same justice*. Really fantastic looking units. *Also, the wyldwoods thing doesn’t work for me, not usually any space on the table for more trees once it’s been setup!
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    Age of Sigmar: Second Edition

    Yep, totally agree. I’m happy to play either way. If it is wrong though, I’m just a bit, I don’t know. Disappointed?
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    Age of Sigmar: Second Edition

    Purely from a English grammar point of view, the rule is unequivocal. MUST roll off. IF it’s a tie etc. If GW come out and say that’s wrong, I’m fine with that, always play as intended, but it’s a bit of a proof-reading issue. be interested in the first FAQ...!
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    Age of Sigmar: Second Edition

    Page 3, 2nd paragraph.
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    Age of Sigmar: Second Edition

    That sentence fragment doesn’t follow a full stop. It’s not a new proposition and shouldn’t be read in isolation. The entire sentence needs to be considered to derive the meaning, and the sentence is about resolving ties. Edit: Like @VoodooChileIRL said!
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    Age of Sigmar: Second Edition

    I’ve re-read this a few times and agree with you. As it’s part of the same sentence that is discussing resolving ties, it looks to me like there is a roll off at the start of turn 1 with ties going to the player who finished drops first.
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    For the Ancestors!

    Ever looked at your ‘to do’ pile and thought: is it too late to get into Heroclix...?
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    For the Ancestors!

    Thanks for the comments! The scheme is just my interpretation of the Barak Thryng colours. I chose them as the strict background gave me a way to create a character that was a little bit of a rebel, hence Byrn’s creation! He’s actually a reincarnation of a Squat Ancestor Lord from my distant 40k past. I don’t play competitively, all narrative driven, which is why everything comes with a wall of text!
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    Painbringer's Sylvaneth (last update: 07/08/2018)

    That wildwood is really clean and well executed. I could look at it all day! The Spirits sword looks ace too, and I really like his (it’s?) face. Great work. Can’t wait to see more!
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    For the Ancestors!

    The High Council regarded Admiral Bryn Ghal-Durak with a combination of disdain (for he possessed a desire for ‘reform’ and ‘progress’) and awe (for this was the Duardin who had led more successful blitzkrieg missions against the various enemies of Barak-Thryng than any other). In return, Bryn Ghal-Durak regarded with the High Council with respect (for they were living Ancestors) and an equal amount of disdain (for they were stuck in the ways of the past and unable to see that progress could be made without foregoing the ways of Barak-Thryng). High Khemist Terrik R’Karr was the first to speak. His grainy, almost mechanical, voice reverberated from the highest grotesques in the Grand Council Chamber in the Sky-port. “Admiral, you appear to have lost a most valuable asset, as well as some crew and a considerable amount of aether-gold.” R’Karr looked at Bryn over the top of his glasses, his crystalline eyes whirring in their sockets. Bryn stared straight back at him and said nothing. He had opted to retain his full faceplate during this hearing – mostly to ensure the High Council couldn’t see the faces he was pulling behind it, hiding emotions had never come easy to him. “Do you have anything to say?” chimed in Lord Gerink, the Cloudminers representative. “And may I remind you, you have sworn an oath on the Book.” Bryn paused for effect – this wasn’t his first Council appearance, and probably wouldn’t be his last. His deep and authoritative voice boomed across the Chamber, enhanced by the acoustics of his faceplate: “The Code was adhered to throughout the sortie into Basilica. At no point did my fleet breach the rules of Barak-Thryng – there is no footnote stating that I am not permitted to lose ships and men in battle.” “That’s as maybe Admiral, but…” began R’Karr, but Bryn forcefully cut him off. “Do not dare to judge me, High Khemist. I have adhered to the Code and will continue to do so. I have served and will serve Barak-Thryng until I am claimed by Grungni. There are losses in war, and this was a calculated risk to protect Barack-Thryng interests in Basilica now that Death has returned to Chamon. Tell me, Council, which footnote tells me how to deal with dead Ancestors taking up arms against my ships? Or how to protect the souls of my men from this other-realm evil?” “Admiral, we mean no disrespect, but…” Wyn’tar this time, the Nav-League Ancestor. Bryn felt the tide turning, so decided to risk a final push and brought his gauntlet down hard on the pulpit. “Then by Grungni’s beard cease this ridiculous waste of our time and let me get back out to Basilica, recover my flagship and satisfy the entry in the Book. The dead are rising in huge numbers, the souls of our kin are restless and the very future of the Sky-Port hangs in the balance. Are we done?” Outside Endrinmaster Makaz Rhun awaited Admiral Ghal-Durak’s departure from the Council Chamber – be that in shackles or in triumph. He watched the toing and froing of the administrative Duardin, each trying to carry too many scrolls or tablets and chuckled at the inevitable collisions and subsequent blustering. “Not pass muster, not one of yer” he said to no one in particular. Suddenly the Council doors were thrown open and Bryn strode out, issuing orders to Administrators and kicking the occasional one that got under his steel-shod armour. “We good?” asked Rhun. “Aye, Rhun, we’re good. Although we should make haste lest the Council realise what they’ve agreed to before we get chance to cast off” replied Bryn, quickening his pace. Rhun hefted his Aethermight Hammer over his shoulder and set off after Bryn, an ever-widening grin on his ancient and aether-wind ravaged face.
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