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  1. Oh, I am a derp. I saw 2 shrines and thought they brought 2 altar of skulls.
  2. Never played but I had a few Lizardmen, Dark Angels and Tyranids around age 10. Also had a bunch of my older brother's White Dwarf magazines from the late 90's. Fast forward to age 28 when I have enough money to actually afford a full army and a girlfriend who helps me paint them. I still don't really play though. That's the next step once everything is painted and I have a break from study.
  3. Mortal wounds back on save rolls of 6 is nice to have.
  4. You're whinging about death being "ignored" by GW when that isn't the case in the slightest. Of course I'm going to dismiss your concerns because frankly your concerns are childish. Like I said, death will have received two brand new model lines (NH + OBR) within two years, a major narrative focus and more than ample rules that made LoN top tier until very recently. If you think Death has it bad, try playing any of the other factions that didn't have a battle tome until very recently. They actually had it bad.
  5. Not trolling. How are GW apathetic towards death? LoN was top tier for a long time, Night Haunt are a brand new model range, Ossiarch Bonereapers are coming out. The current story of AoS is based around Nagash v Sigmar. Seems like Death players will cry about anything tbh.
  6. Wasn't Nagash with necromancers and massive skeleton blocks the most OP thing in AoS 2.0 for like a whole year straight? Now we're complaining because suddenly armies that used to be bottom of the barrel are now better in tournament play? LoL.
  7. A totally new model range, same scope as the Deepkin launch. With Everchosen thrown in to soup it up a bit. Current slaves to darkness models are just old whfb. Very boring to look at IMO.
  8. For now. Can't have greywater fastness without cannons.
  9. For the cannon, yeah that's weird, but you can always use it as a "counts as" for a similar type of artillery. High Elves were part of WHFB, AoS is a separate game in a separate universe. Personally I am 10 x more excited by what they might do with the light elf faction from Hysh than seeing them try to keep an ancient model line fresh.
  10. Pretty sure the standard advice has always been 'don't buy an army that doesn't have a battle tome', not 'buy the models and then hope a battle tome comes out'. I am also a new player but it took me a whole 5 minutes to figure out I should not be buying the old model lines that aren't properly supported.
  11. To clarify, my gripe is that GW waited this long to squat old models that they did not plan on supporting through the life span of AoS. I've always viewed AoS as a separate game from WHFB and found the presence of many old but unsupported armies to be confusing and messy. This wave of squatting cleans up some but not all of that mess. It should have occurred 3-4 years ago though.
  12. Agreed. I am astounded by the amount of crying over this. If you want an army that's going to be supported in aos then make sure it has a battle tome - this has always been standard advice. My only gripe is that it has taken gw this long to finally cull these old models.
  13. They should have done this when AoS was released tbh. Stringing people with legacy armies along for 3-4 years before doing the squatting now is a bit unfair. So much for transparency I guess.
  14. I honestly think they are being squatted.
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