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  1. So you were saying... https://www.warhammer-community.com/2019/06/14/the-generals-handbook-2019-major-points-changesgw-homepage-post-2/
  2. You're joking right? Tzeentch will 100% change in the handbook. As an example enlightened are definitely going to change. Skyfires will most likely be changed as well. Id also be surprised if horrors don't get changed. That's just a few examples but more will change for sure.
  3. In my experience I'd say Fyreslayers, nurgle and Stormcast are pretty darn resilient.
  4. Whatever army he starts it'll be after the GHB
  5. To be honest I think I completely agree with you. My friend was actually pretty keen on free people's. However, after reading all this. I think Stormcast might be the safer option.
  6. OK guys. Back on track here. My friend doesn't mind if they get a new book in the near future. However, he doesn't want to invest in an army that won't be supported in a year or two.
  7. Thank you so much for this write up. I have shown my friend and he is interested to know more. I'm 40k he play nids so he is used to a high model count. What would a typical free people's list look like? He is a little concerned by the lack of a battletome. I agree with you that they should get a tome in the future. Just not sure when.
  8. Never even considered these guys. I'll get him to take a look.
  9. So both Stormcast and Fyreslayers were my top 2 choices. However, I have zero experience with either army so can't really offer advice.
  10. I'll need to do more research here, as my club mate just runs them purely offensively. If they fill both roles maybe this would be a good army for him.
  11. OK so I have a skaven Army (with all the filth) I let him use them and he hated it. Didn't like the style or the infinite dice rolling (from monks).
  12. Hey guys and gals! I've got a friend moving over from 40k. He wants to start two AoS armies. One a fast, in your face, all out aggressive army. (thinking slaanesh, eels, DoK, FEC etc) This is mostly going to be his 'fun' army. The second army (this would be his main competitive, tournament army) a solid defensive line which is able to hold objectives. He still wants the army to have some fighting power but wants to make it hard to shift. I have limited experience with these types of forces and was wondering if anyone could lend some knowledge. (Again this is mainly aimed at tournament play) Any ideas would be useful. Bit of context as well. I know through playing AoS for a while that this game lends itself to being offensive and pushing objectives. What my mate actually wants is a defensive core. With the ability to take and hold objectives without giving them up too easily. Thanks in advance 😊
  13. Hello guys and gals, I'm looking to either sell my fully painted Ironjawz army. I dont really want to split the army. I have included a few sample photos. If anyone requires more please let me know. I'm U.K based but I will ship world wide if the price is right. I'm also close to Buckinghamshire and London. In terms of selling I'm after around £600. The army is as follows: Megaboss on Maw-Krusha (440)Orruk Megaboss (140)Orruk Megaboss (140)Orruk Warchanter (80)Orruk Warchanter (80)Orruk Weirdnob Shaman (120)Orruk Warboss (140)9 x Orruk Gore Gruntas (420)20 x Orruk Brutes (720)30 x Orruk Ardboys (450) Total: 2730 / 2000 Wounds: 217
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