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  1. He let chaos in and didn't come to sigmars Aid. It should be noted also that according to the legions of nagash battletome. Nagash began planning to betray the other gods the instant Sigmar freed him and was already collecting realmstone where is Black Pyramid in the age of myth. He was always a reluctant member of the pantheon, so it was going to happen eventually note that ego.
  2. We got a good one. https://www.warhammer-community.com/2019/05/24/tales-of-forbidden-power-the-black-depths/
  3. You very much got it the other way around, I have no problem with the old setting. But I do got a problem with that old crowd, always talking s***
  4. Spear of Shadows and reviews here. https://www.tga.community/forums/topic/21838-the-aos-lore-and-novels-thread/?page=4
  5. The only oldhammer lore youtuber that I know that like AoS is "Loremaster of Sotek".
  6. I wonder how AoS novel sells are doing now, and how are they doing compered to the old whf novels.
  7. Every once in a while, I will visit the total war warhammer general discussion forum to check out the game. And occasionally the topic of AoS will come up, and everytime I am reminded that people don't know what they are talking about on there.
  8. I heard that the warhammer underworlds video game is getting troll bombed on the steam forums. If this is true, then some people need to grow up and get a life.
  9. Sigmar is viewed as a a shard of the Heavens by Balthas. "The God-King stood before him, arrayed in golden war-plate. The air twisted about him, as if the realm were not quite able to bear his weight. He stood half a head higher than the tallest of his warriors, and there was an elemental strength to him – as if he were the raw fury of the storm, given solid form. But his presence was not merely physical. Sigmar’s immensity stretched beyond the boundaries of the corporeal, into spheres beyond the sight of mortal men. He was the cold gaze of the moon and the warm laugh of the sun. He was the sound of clashing steel, of avalanches and howling winds. To one possessing storm-sight, Sigmar appeared as a shard of the firmament itself. A being of pure starlight, impossible to look at for long. The God-King was Azyr, given mind and voice. In his merest gesture was the movement of worlds, and in his gaze, the flare of falling stars. Balthas blinked, trying to ignore what lay behind the mask of broad, too-human features. The face of a man aeons dead, out of whom a god had emerged"
  10. "Bretonnians" were not in that book, Bretonnia was a specific nation with a specific culture. And it was at not warhamer fest. This is just wishful thinking. Like I said, you don't need tomb Kings back to have an army with an Egyptian aesthetic, GW could very well release a skeleton army with some Egyptian themes( though they will look closer to what Nagash looks like)
  11. Opinion, Gardus is a perfectly fine name thank you very much.
  12. https://www.warhammer-community.com/2019/05/16/forbidden-power-the-artefactsgw-homepage-post-1/
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