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  1. Now two Grand Alliances have completely unique armies with their own aesthetic, which isn't directly tied to Warhammer Fantasy or models from Warhammer Fantasy and which were especially created with AoS in mind. Order: Kharadron Overlords, Idoneth Deepkin, Stormcast Eternals Death: Ossiarch Bonereapers Most of these armies do not use models from old Warhammer Fantasy. For example Ironjawz and Gloomspite Gitz might be unique, but also expand on models and themes which already existed in Warhammer Fantasy (Black Orcs, Squigs, Trolls) Maybe Destruction and Chaos will also get a completely new AoS army in the future? With an own identity which isn't tied to the old world?
  2. Hi everyone, I just wanted to ask if anyone has any tips on how to create or buy similar big white mushrooms like the ones presented in the Gloomspite Gitz Battletome. Or just any tips on how to create or buy cool-looking cave/mushroom terrain. You can see the mushrooms everywhere in pictures of the Gloomspite Gitz. Here you can see them in the backround:
  3. This does make sense in some kind of way. And it would explain why some people mentioned mongolian themes in the trailer. And it would be pretty cool if there were undead ogors. There are normal Ogors, Chaos Ogor, so why not Death Ogors? Maybe the first AoS models which can be build for two different Grand Alliances. πŸ˜› You get a box with different parts and you can choose to build normal Ogors or Death Ogors, depending on which parts you select. This would be really cool. Ok I might be fantasizing too much. πŸ˜„ But the Stonehorn already looks half undead. πŸ˜„
  4. Haven't they said we get more news about all the things at AOS Open Day in the next days? Or more info on the new battletomes? So far it is only Warcry news and I have to say that I am a little bit bored of Warcry news.
  5. Jeah. I mean Gutbuster Ogors never had anything since the release of AoS. No new models, no rules rewrites, even no significant points upgrades and adjustments, even though they were really needed. And they did split most of our models into unnecessary sub-factions. For a long time most of our models were even sold on square bases. I really hope we get a decent battletome and a good upgrade. Maybe also a new Butcher, please? πŸ˜„
  6. I have to say I often like 1200-1250 point games more, because with 1k points I am always missing something or there is something I can't fit in. I still like 1k battles and find them more enjoyable than 2k point battles.
  7. Weren't Stormcast inspired by these models of the Blood Angels from Warhammer 40k? https://www.games-workshop.com/en-EU/Blood-Angels-The-Sanguinor-Exemplar-of-the-Host https://www.games-workshop.com/en-EU/Blood-Angels-Commander-Dante https://www.games-workshop.com/en-EU/Sanguinary-Guard
  8. Oh. Has someone looked behind the curtains? πŸ˜‰ Is there also anything new about Mawtribes behind the curtains? 😜
  9. Uhm, actually, to be exact it is for Beastgrave 😜
  10. Jeah. I think this would be the best of both worlds. I don't want 2k to go away. But I just think it would be easier if there is another format for new people to get into. I just fear that Meeting Engagements might be pushed away from a certain part of the community, because it not the "normal" format. I don't want Meeting Engagements to replace 2k point battles. But it would be cool if the community embraces the format as a valid alternative to big 2k point battles.
  11. I genereally agree. Right now I can get an army painted pretty fast. Maybe not a whole army in less than a month. But I also have practiced on a lot of models. But I was initially talking about someone who is starting the hobby. And for someone who is just starting this hobby, 2k as a "standard" format is incredibly hard to get into. Other competitive games are easier to get into, because it doesn't take such a huge amount of time to get started. I guess I just do't really understand why 2k is the "standard" or "normal" way to play. Normally in other games the standard format isn't the one which is the hardest to get into. Often it is the format that is easy to get into, but hard to master. I think I can't get used to the idea that the "standard" format is a format, where you have to spend 1-2 months painting, spend 200$ -300$ for miniatures and paint just to get into the "standard way to play". I just have to ask why isn't the standard format something like 1k, where you might "only" have to spend 100$-200$ for everything. This is why I wanted to advocate Meeting Engagements. Because I think it is a good format, where more people can participate than 2k competitive formats. I just think ME is closer to the reality of most Warhammer AoS players, whereas 2k games are only a format for a small selected group of players. But this is coming from someone, who is also driven away from competitive, because of the high barrier of entry. So I can't talk from the same level as most competitive players.
  12. As I said before, me and my gaming group really like ME and we are considering making ME our standard format. Most people I know that play Warhammer or have started Warhammer don't own 2k points armies. Sometimes it es even hard for them to have enough models to play 1k matches. I personally don't understand how a format like 2k could establish itself as the standard format, because it takes so long and it is so hard to get a fully painted 2k army ready. But I am not a tournament player, so I don't really know about why the 2k format established itself. I really like to play with less models on the table and it is easier to remember all the rules if you only have a handful of models to play with. And as I said before, the matches we played were pretty even, whereas some 2k point matches I played seem to be already decided by the end of the second turn. But I am not an experienced tournament player, which is why I don't know if my opinion is valid in any way.
  13. I would also like more Ghur-themed AoS terrain in general. More mountains, caves and bone-structures.
  14. Hi everyone, Simple question. I have a Fungoid-Cave Shaman and want to create a Grand Alliance Destruction army. Can my wizard use Gloomspite Gitz endless spells if he is not part of a Gloomspite Gitz army? The scroll for Mork's Mighty Mushroom says: Does this mean the wizard has to be part of the Gloomspite Gitz army with Gloomspite Allegiance? Or does it mean that every wizard with the keywords "Gloomspite Gitz" and "wizard" can cast this spell? The latter is how I would interpret it. In my opinion this means that I can include a Gloomspite Gitz wizard in a GA: Destruction army and he can cast Mork's Mighty Mushroom as an endless spell. But only wizards with the Gloomspite Gitz keywords can cast this spell. Is this correct?
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