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  1. CaptainSoup

    AoS 2 - Beastclaw Raiders Discussion

    You can try and make a list similar to @Kyriakin with a bunch of Yhetees and cats, just takes some of the chaff out to make room for another monster.
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    AoS 2 - Beastclaw Raiders Discussion

    They synergize well with Thundertusks thanks to their ability. Thundertusks can do 6 flat MW a turn undamaged so that's the cheesy go-to.
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    KR Case fit VLoZD...

    @sorokyl I see. I guess I stand corrected on that part then. Still, you could argue that the posing could be used for either monster. For me I customize the rocks on my Dragons to have the same design as the dragon but more posed down like the terror. That's probably where my confusion came from. Personally I never follow the instructions unless I have to lol.
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    KR Case fit VLoZD...

    I think the issue is the foam is designed for an older zombie dragon model. I did some Google searching and found these for a Warhammer Zombie Dragon. Notice how one of the wings has a higher arch than the other? Compare that to the latest Zombie Dragon and the wings alone can take on the size of the entire old model! I also posted the foam setup from Battlefoam. That one is designed to fit the new zombie dragon/terrorghiest model. It's also 8in tall so the wings will fit! So from the looks of it you might of gotten swindled into the buying the wrong foam tray even though the website says it would fit. Sorry man! To be clear, the Zombie Dragon and the Terrorgheist are from the same model kit. They are in fact the same model. The only difference is the dragon has horns and the terror has ears.
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    Deathless Spirits and wholly within

    They way it is worded is very weird because typically you general is a HERO so that phrasing is kind of pointless unless you have an allied unit as a general which would be even weirder. Regardless I'm pretty sure RAW you can only choose one unit, the general or the HERO but not both. I say this because the wording is singular. If you could use multiple HEROES to use the buff then the wording would be plural. Also abilities that are used within the proximity of a HERO isn't new and if you could use multiple heroes to buff your army then we could be seeing a lot more HERO daisy-chaining in other armies for that purpose.
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    gluing magnets to bases recommendations

    This is pretty much how I magnetize my bases as well. I use more greenstuff for repairs than actual crafting lol
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    How to Beat Death - A Mega Podcast Episode

    I've pushed through the 2 and half hour long podcast. 90% of the podcast can be boiled down to, "People don't know how LoN works on the table so they should read the book." They go through all the major LoN models and what they do and some generalistic statements on what you could possibly do to counter them if the stars align. Its less of "Here's how to beat Death" and more "Here's how the units work." As a Death player the juicy material is in the last 23 min where they flip the script and talk about how death should deal with other popular armies. Walking away from listening to this actually makes me feel confident with Death right now. There are so much diversity in the units and what you can do that even if they nerf some of our key units somehow, LoN can still hold their own as a good high mid tier army by making an entirely new army as a worst case scenario. There is no single unit or ability that is making LoN crushing the meta right now (aside from cheese obviously which LoN is most certainly not) but a variety of things. It shows how well made the LoN book is and that its less of nerfing Death than for the meta to better figure out how to handle Death.
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    AoS 2 - Beastclaw Raiders Discussion

    Where is it said that every army will get their own spells?
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    AoS 2 - Nighthaunt Discussion

    Why not instead of focusing just in the Grims, why not lower of the costs of Nighthaunt across the board? A major reason why Grims are so good is because the rest of NH pale in comparison points wise. This might be a perfect opportunity to fix a lot of issues with NH in one go just by adjusting points everywhere and leave the grims as is or a slight points increase. As for the gravesites, having only one gravesite makes them incredibility less useful. A single gravesite would have a very limited range, make the GHoN command ability near worthless, and the cost for denial by your opponent makes its dead simple. I would level with you and if gravesites are really ruining your games then bring them down to 2-3 gravesites or make them special terrain that can be destroyed by terrain-destroying army abilities.
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    AoS 2 - Legion of Sacrament Discussion

    Yeah Death armies tend to have a lot more smaller chaff to work with which is a different mentality than SCE which is more of an elite/semi-elite style army with fewer models.
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    AoS 2 - Gutbusters Discussion

    Totally agree with this. If Gutbusters aren't getting any help in the form of a battletome or allegiance abilities then they totally should get a points decrease to help compensate.
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    AoS 2 - Nighthaunt Discussion

    When models flee from a failed bravery check, they are considered slain. This means that you can bring back those models since they are technically "slain." The same can be said for models that fail unit coherency or died during a deep strike (could not place them on the table).
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    AoS 2 - Grand Host of Nagash Discussion

    When models flee from a failed bravery check, they are considered slain. This means that you can bring back those models since they are technically "slain." The same can be said for models that fail unit coherency or died during a deep strike (could not place them on the table).
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    GW is asking for advice on GHB 2019

    I had to look at two warscrolls to see what you mean. The SCE is a one wound tracker profile for the whole unit while older artillery warscrolls have a separate wound tracker for the men operating the artillery. That is interesting. I guess its all the more reason for them to increase their points cost!
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    GW is asking for advice on GHB 2019

    Could you elaborate? Don't most artillery profiles come with their own guys to actually run the physical artillery weapon?
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