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  1. Excellent post. As someone with a similar background, I'd just add one caveat to this:t Aaron Dembski-Bowden and to a greater extent Peter Fehervari do offer something more. Something that could stand alone as a good quality fantasy book. Fehervari is truly excellent. Shameful that they don't just put a wheelbarrow of money at his doorstep. There's nothing wrong with a bit of pulp - Josh Reynolds writes some very nice and easy to read stories - but it is a missed opportunity to not aspire for more..
  2. A Chaos Warrior should be stronger, not cheaper. The worst part about them is how unfluffy it feels to have them fight and kill nothing.
  3. Iron Dragon was just clunkily written. It was a trial to read, sadly. I read a lot and have experienced a lot of difficult but rewarding reads. Iron Dragon was just dull and weak.
  4. Well, I'm primarily a Stormcast player in Nottingham and I disagree. At least the Liberators have a special weapon on the prime and rerolls of 1 to save. Both need help, mind. Though with Liberators I'd either give them self-staunch defender or each model counts for two on objectives vs rend on the CWs.
  5. They would be absolutely perfect with 1 rend on the hand weapons. A lack of special weapons really brings them down. Similarly Chaos Knights hitting on 4s is a crime.
  6. They just don't advertise them or synergise them with product lines well. I didn't even know Dark Harvest came out and I'm very plugged in (I've read 95% of the AOS books). I don' necessarily mean each book needs to be released alongside an army release, but at least feature them prominently on product pages. They also really need to push Peter Fehervari - he's the only author (maybe ADB) who's books are of a standalone quality regardless of IP. A truly excellent writer whoo should be supported more.
  7. It is not about balance, it is being tweaked to better reflect initial intention. It clearly was not meant to be used on a large units and have your opponent take millions of mortal wounds. It wasn't fun and was clearly not the point.
  8. Having used it, it is good. In the army we have it is fine, with our limited casting. We struggle for damage outside of Archao, so....
  9. It was obviously not working as intending originally. Personally I would have changed it to only be usable on itself but as originally written. So it can have a big effect, but can also be played against - they could choose not to charge the DP, or not to pile in and ultimately a single daemon prince isn't winning a game on its own if left unscathed for a turn. Would have been a more interesting change.
  10. How the hell do we kill things with this army (Except Archaon)? Warriors not having rend is... odd
  11. Quality not quantity. Every warscroll in Sylvaneth has value - that is good design. (Yes, even the Branchwych, it is still an 80pt mage)
  12. It is produced and updated by a(brilliant) member of the public, GW just offered to host it on their website...
  13. Nice changes. The only other change I'd make is give TLAs a second spell. Otherwise we are very nicely balanced.
  14. It is not a qualifier. The only source of context are the written rules. Personally I think as written it is mixed, but intent is not mixed. You can only go by your interpretation of the rules on the page (Sadly!)
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