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The Nameless One

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  1. Ambushing and Herdstones

    I've been plonking it front and centre, hiding my Great Bray Shaman General behind it, and summoning monsters with abandon!😍
  2. FEC artefacts and traits

    Interesting. I always assumed that the +1 to cast was only if you were already a wizard? But I can see how it could be interpreted both ways.
  3. Brayherds question

    Good point @Bueno. Maybe it's the use of 'set up' we need to look at. From the four page rules, the verb 'to set up' is when you put a unit down. But the noun 'set-up' is used (with the extra -) to denote a state of the game. So, you set up units and when you are finished you have set up your units and set-up is complete. You pick your General crucially after set-up is complete, not when you finished setting up your units. This could be the distinction that affects when your Herdstone is placed. So, not after you finishing setting up, but after set-up (which seems, as per the rules, to be able to happen before we've potentially set up all our actual units. Our is this a set-up?😍
  4. Brayherds question

    I suppose this comes down to what 'set up is complete' is. That's the time when you place the Herdstone. If your General has been set up in Ambush, and therefore off the table, I can't see how you'd be able to place the Herdstone, since 'set up' has been completed and it's impossible to place the Herdstone within 6" of him. Therefore, I'd say, whilst your General can Ambush, if he did, we couldn't then utilise the Herdstone mechanic.
  5. This is 'How I Brayherd' Bro!

    That 'Battletome ' is something awesome @HobbyHammer! I'm interested in how you created it - would love to do something like that myself.
  6. Warlord Edition

    Speak for yourself @RuneBrush. Some of don't even survive until turn 3!😍
  7. Error or Command abilities nerfed?

    Nice and quick. Good job GW.
  8. This is 'How I Brayherd' Bro!

    Ha! Just bought a Chimera for exactly the same reason! I'm going to try that and a Cockatrice in my Bray Shaman's summoning pool for a bit and see how that goes.
  9. Warlord Edition

    I tend to agree with @RuneBrush. I'm a little disappointed by the Triumph & Treachery cards, as I can't really see a use for them? But the other cards for multiplayer games will be useful for reference. The Battleplan cards are excellent in my opinion - really useful to have to hand during a game. The tokens are perfectly usable too as is the pad of roster sheets if paper and pen is still your thing. The trackers I really like, although as has been stated, they could be a little more sturdy. A little jolt and you may find your victory points have gone up (or down!). Overall. I don't think it's worth the extra Β£25, although interestingly my LFGS says that they can get web exclusives with discount.
  10. Ideas for using Open War Cards

    Ah, that's true. Hmmm, maybe the points differential is the best way. 250 perhaps? Seeing as in the Azy App we now have the option of building 750/1250/1750/2250 lists?
  11. GHB 2017 and Azyr App Discrepancies

    Warscroll Builder still not showing as updated on my browser either?
  12. Ideas for using Open War Cards

    What about "If you lose two Priority rolls consequently you get a Ruse card"? Might be fun?
  13. Ideas for using Open War Cards

    I love the Open War cards - but I'll probably only use them in Points battles. And the Ruse and Sudden Death cards do pose a problem if both armies are similarly pointed (which in my case, is how I always tend to play). So for that reason, I'll probably not use them much. On a slightly different note, I plan to use the Objective, Deployment and Twist cards like this: Deal 3 Deployment - opponent gets to burn one, I get to burn one, we play the one that's left. Same with Objective and Twist cards. Keeps things random, but allows a little management and avoids the odd mismatch (e.g a no wizard force getting Storm of Magic).
  14. state of the beastmen

    First game of the new 'season' - looking forward to playing with our new abilities! Here's my list I'll be using versus the mighty @Sangfroid tonight! Have a Giant, a Jabberslythe and another Ghorgon in my summoning box. Will probably have the Beastlord, a unit of Gors, a Shaman and the Ungors ambushing, with my General hopefully summoning a Jabberslythe first turn.
  15. Warhammer Azyr App: Worth it?

    Landscape! 😍😍😍😍
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