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  1. If you sort the cards in a binder by number, how do you handle the cards in active decks? Do you simply leave empty spaces in the binder for them or are you building decks from scratch prior to each game?
  2. So, do you folks sleeve your cards? If so, do you sleeve all of them, or just the cards actively used in decks?
  3. Here's another good thread on this topic: https://www.tga.community/forums/topic/18828-casual-play-rules/
  4. In the background... the floating triangles and chains... isn't something similar in that art of slaanesh in prison?
  5. One could just play Skirmish/Hinterlands with their Underworlds warbands. No need to buy anything but Warhammer Underworlds and the Skirmish book. Plenty of Skirmish warband combinations along GA lines.
  6. If you have the chaos adversary cards, you also get Skaven and Blood Warriors with the respective Shadespire warbands. I'm convinced if you bought nothing but the two WHQ games and the Underworld releases you'd have plenty of heroes and adversaries to last a long long time. And you'd get a second game, Underworlds, to boot!
  7. Because if you do...then you have already have all the minis to fill out the undead adversary options from the July 2018 White Dwarf: Spirit Torment = The Briar Queen (Nightvault) Chainrasps = Chainrasps (Nightvault) Bladegheist Revenants = Sepulchral Guard (Shadespire) Sure, you have to do a little 'counts as', but the models all work. What about the undead heroes? Bah! there are no Death 'heroes' in Sigmar's Hammerhal!!
  8. Too small? Some of it looks very Heroquest-y, but I think I'd prefer open doors over closed.
  9. @Kramer, we used a set of house rules that are still in development. I believe it was inspired by the bretonnian jousting rules 'Full Tilt' that appeared in an old White Dwarf.
  10. I fell into a bit of luck recently. I was in the process of assembling another set of three crypt horrors to bring my force to 1k, when the local AoS organizer put together a fun, narrative event that included a jousting tournament. The FEC don't have a lot of mounted models, so I almost bought a Nighhaunt. However...I figured out a neat little trick that would give me a jouster and a Crypt Haunter Courtier for AoS games. Introducing...Sir Jek and trusty mount Munch.
  11. Warhammer Citadel sells warscroll binders? Related question...if one wants to put warscroll cards in a book...why not just use the battletome?
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