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  2. Competitively speaking what type of lists do work? For daemons / mortals respectively? Like in general, not specialists tournament winning lists! Is it just Blight cyst and the GOU batallion?
  3. That’s correct. It’s in the description too. Scions lore is so hot (pun) if you give it a read.
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  5. In Blood Bowl. EDIT: Considering the names of leaked warbands looks like we're going to have the "lost" Aqshy warband and warband representing the Varanspire itself.
  6. Obsidian and Force of Personality aren't even that new. They are part of the book Gods & Mortals which will be released as paperback this weekend.
  7. Grüße auch aus Oberösterreich
  8. Injury table is disappointing. Where's my multi-page list of horrible maimings? And improving your warband members seems quite limited. Everything else looks cool.
  9. I think I’m gonna like Scions of the Flame.
  10. Hello! Yesterday I played a 2k point game against a flying army. Some of my opponents units landed on top of terrain pieces of which the models were either too big to stand on or wobbleled so much that the model fell off the terrain piece. Instead of having the model on the actual spot he replaced it with a dice. Can you do that?
  11. @KhorgusCool Its not uncommon for goblins or skaven to have that many models on the table so dont worry about that. Also, its a tournament so anything goes when it comes to list building. Some players are turned off by Gristle Gore Flesh Eater Courts, some are turned off by 4 x Bloodthirsters, others by a shooting heavy stormcast list. At a tournament players build a list they think can win (or will have fun with) so apart from playing the game in the right spirit you dont have to worry about what opponents think of your list. Just be mindful of time limits, pre-empt your moves and get good at moving your models quickly. You definitely want a warshrine and bloodsecrator, maybe even 2 warshrines instead of 2 bloodsecrators for a greater totem footprint and spread of Feel No Pain saves. An exalted Deathrbringer for battleshock immunity would be good (as Roark said) and you can never go wrong with a couple of slaughter priests (one should definitely have blood sacrifice for sweet sweet blood tithe)
  12. It's also one of the few ways to get round slaanesh locus of distraction and they are massive right now!
  13. Hey people! I have a 2 day 1500p tournament at the end of summer in my humble little country. There are some house rules and heavy restrictions on lists that I need to keep in mind. No unit over 400p (new FAQ screwed me over, no Ghoul King on Terrorgheist for me), 2 monsters max, 1 maximized unit size (only 1 unit of 40 ghouls for example), and after a quick talk with one of the organizers no Feast Day for fec armies. All of the battleplans are homebrew ones with heavy emphasis on narrative play and a few twists. I know most people frown upon such limitations but I like to go about it from the direction that it is a great challenge to write a list that could win despite these rules. Here is what I came up with: Allegiance: Flesh Eater Courts- Grand Court: Court of Delusion - Crusading ArmyLeadersAbhorrant Archregent (240)- General- Trait: Dark Wizardy - Artefact: The Dermal Robe - Lore of Madness: Blood FeastAbhorrant Archregent (240)- Lore of Madness: Miasmal ShroudCrypt Ghast Courtier (60)Battleline10 x Crypt Ghouls (100)40 x Crypt Ghouls (360)10 x Crypt Ghouls (100)BehemothsRoyal Terrorgheist (300)Endless Spells / TerrainChalice of Ushoran (50)Total: 1500 / 1500Extra Command Points: 1Allies: 0 / 400Wounds: 92 What do you think, is there something better I could take with these rules and point limits?
  14. I think you definitely need Brazen Fury on that Warshrine, as well as an Exalted Deathbringer, both of which will be necessary to mitigate battleshock. Slaughterpriests are awesome in any Khorne list.
  15. Hey everyone, now for one of the highlights of the Warhammer Age of Sigmar scene in Scotland, Northern Invasion 2019. Northern Invasion is the eponymous event of the Northern Invastion podcast, TO’d and organised by Stu West (the man with one of the longest commutes in the world for AoS events, all the way from... Continue Reading → The post Northern Invasion 2019 appeared first on AoS Shorts: Your Essential Guide to Age of Sigmar. View the full article
  16. Looking at the images of the leaked rules it seems the list of non-chaos units is legit. I spotted eels and vanguard hunters amongst others.
  17. A bunch more rules got leaked: https://imgur.com/a/TTavRPh
  18. I'm sorry to hear about your bad experience. I will second your comment about GW's customer service. They have always been exceptional in my experience with them, and have been some of the best customer service interaction I have ever had across all aspects of my life. This is coming from a guy who absolutely hated GW during 40k 6th and 7th also. Doing things like releasing "Codex: Scions" for fifty USD with a two alternate builds of a new transport, two alternate builds of a new infantry unit, and two rehashed units and calling it a codex. Or Chaos needing 4 books to play their army. Or trying to sue small artists out of existence for having a comic about Heinlein style space marines. Yet, even during this period, their custom service was still impeccable. I don't buy a lot directly from GW (I'm lucky to have a LGS that has great customer service and I really enjoy), unless they have something direct only that I really want, but my experiences have always been good.
  19. So I have a tournament coming up. I am not Uber competitive but like to give a good game and grab a win here and there. One thing I am considering is flooding the table with bloodreavers. I have 100 painted so far and am looking to add 20 so I have 3x 40 man blobs. My questions are 1: Is this many models a turnoff to opponents? I play quickly but I don’t want to appear annoying. 2: how would you consider filling the list out . I am thinking a pair of bloodsecrators and a Warshrine, all of which I have painted. Any other thoughts?
  20. Well now that Forgeworld and Games Workshop officially merged in the rules departments. It’s going to be a while before we see another update.
  21. If i get Models back with the ability of a Crypt haunter courtier, do they come back with full Health? Or do they come back with 1 wound?
  22. There's no problem combining the kits. If anything it makes the army look like it has more individual soldiers in it, which I enjoy. The oldest ones were made by the Perry twins and have slightly smaller weapons and hands than more modern kits, being more realistic in scale. The middle kits are monopose and possibly the most boring in terms of what a line of them looks like. They have the puffiest clothes of the the three and again stick with the historical aesthetic, though with slightly bigger hands and weapons in line with Warhammer's fantasy scale. The most modern kit is where they tried to move away from history and into the Empire being its own thing, with more expressive faces, extras like relics hanging off their belts, details like bare feet, and really gigantic weapons. Definitely my favourite of the three but I have all of them combined in my army and it really does look just fine.
  23. True, but it could also be based off of model availability? but then again the Bone splitters don't have a lot of variation either. I have my fingers crossed though!
  24. That's more than a bit subjective don't you think? The background for these groups is much more interesting than the generic Chaos Warriors/ Marauders from what we've seen, and all the models are nice sculpts. There are a few of the new factions that aesthetically don't appeal to me, but objectively are still well made models. And besides the two new warbands might look terrible ( though I seriously doubt this). Just because the current warbands aren't generic Chaos Warriors, doesn't make them "lame."
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