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chord last won the day on June 26

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About chord

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  1. 8 Lores of Magic

  2. Clear bases

    I'm all for it. I don't like complicated basing.
  3. Currently I think the newest stormcast book has the best maps currently.
  4. Very interesting, I've had similar thoughts. AOS is my first table top war gaming experience. I started prior to the GHB, and was using all the various battalions from the campaign books, re-creating battles from the lore, putting together armies for a battle plan like the ones you described (seemingly powerful but hindered in ways). I think losing that flexibility goes against the high fantasy setting AOS started out as. Sure, there are "3 ways to play" but realistically trying to find people who are open to more than matched play is difficult. I would love to see all the battalions they've made get points so they are playable again.
  5. Swift hawks list!

    I'm not too keen on the shadow warriors for the points cost. I like the drakeseer as the upside of some good dice rolls can devastate your opponent (which makes for fun tension in the game)
  6. The Rumour Thread

    Disappointed as the Firestorm box is not very interesting to me. But I can see why they would as I imagine it's quite profitable.
  7. Hmm.. I'd say a little bit. The sacrifice was taking place on the temple of skulls which is imo a great piece they should make again. It's the perfect piece for a ritual. Typically the games I play that are most epic they are really close and down to the wire. terrain matters but a blow out with great terrain is still a blow out.
  8. The most epic game I've had was playing the consumed battle plan. It came down to the last initiative roll for the game. So much tension very epic
  9. I was introduced to GW with AoS. I've read some novels from the old world. I do not like the old worlds grim dark setting where it's all doom and gloom. I like how AoS has the forces of order taking back and winning
  10. Thank you for the response, unfortunately there are no clubs in my area of the US.
  11. I enjoyed listening to it. I think you brought up a very good point about all the great battleplans in the campaign books. Why are they not re-used by more narrative events/players? I know myself I enjoy playing through them re-creating the battles with new armies or mixing matching with times of war rules. It does seem that many narrative players ignore them, as do match play gamers. Where does that leave players like myself who really enjoy them?
  12. GH2017: the honeymoon is over

    I think the release schedule ties into the storyline. As the realmgate wars progressed we got the releases tied into the storyline. Of course with Order winning the Season of War I think we messed up their plans (they said it changed the order of things). So we got KO and Tzeentch prior to any storyline release. With the new storyline will come new models.
  13. GH2017: the honeymoon is over

    AOS was pretty popular in my area pre-GHB vs after. Of course the new 40K has taken pretty much all the attention away from AOS . I would say AOS was popular just not amongst the WHFB group which wants complex rules, points, competition only, List building etc
  14. The Rumour Thread

    Has there been any word on Christmas/Holiday boxes like last years ?
  15. The Rumour Thread

    That's rude.