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Morovir

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  1. Morovir

    Souls Wars by Josh Reynolds

    Nurgle offers acceptance of one's own mortality, and joy in the inevitability of death , so there will always be those who will fall to Nurgle. You may want to read some of Reynolds's books that feature the Most Suppurating and Blightsome Order of the Fly, as I think they would help to reconcile the idea of noble emotions with the worship of Nurgle.
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    AoS 2 - Stormcast Eternals Discussion

    Has there been any change in how dual-wielding weapons is handled for Liberators, as with how they currently are, it seems like the Knights Excelsior rules essentially render them obsolete?
  3. Morovir

    Souls Wars by Josh Reynolds

    Pertaining to the certain character:
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    The Rumour Thread

    Because of the paragraph after what you just posted, under Designer's Note: "A Tamurkhan’s Horde army can include any of the units from Battletome: Maggotkin of Nurgle, as well as any of the units in this Compendium. By the same token, a Maggotkin of Nurgle army can include any of the units from this Compendium even if it is not a Tamurkhan’s Horde army"
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    The Rumour Thread

    You would, but you would be limited to models directly from the Battletome rather than any NURGLE model.
  6. Morovir

    Age of Sigmar: Second Edition

    I think that the one in the blue circle is just the alternate build for the champion, like in the old starter set with the Bloodreaver Chieftain, with the champion specific pieces being separate from the rest of the models, which are clearly two duplicate sets.
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    The Rumour Thread

    Thanquol has still not been mentioned, but Gutrot Spume has been changed so that his background story is the same, but in the Mortal Realms. It was specifically the Glottkin who are still the same, sorry. The Maggoth Lords are ambiguous - their backstories are the same as in the World that Was, but there are no indications as to where they originate from.
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    The Rumour Thread

    The Glottkin are still from the World that Was. It suggests as much in the battletome, and after their failure to take Altdorf in the End Times, when they turned into flies to escape, Nurgle pulled them into his Garden and imprisoned them in jars, meaning that they would not have been present when the world ended, giving them the perfect reason to be the same as they used to be now in the Mortal Realms.
  9. Is it too late to sign up for this? I only just found it.
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    Hallowed Knights: Plague Garden Review

    I think the best line has to be Also,
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