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  1. Deathrattle is not a real army. Just a subset of the Legions of Nagash.
  2. The main villain of the book is a ancient possibly undead Skaven called Ikrit. (A name he states is not his true one as he has forgotten it, and he has gone by many titles and names, Ikrit just being the shortest one he remembers) He is a Skaven Pariah, who has long left actual Skaven society, presumably because he stole secrets from the Horned Rat. Ikrit is stated to be hated by almost all of the gods, because he tends to be able to get into their most guarded places and steal their stuff. His plot in the book is the kidnapping of Hamilcar, namely because he believes if you know how to do it then anything can be replicated and he intends to find out how to create Stormcasts from him. After a seemingly failed experiment that leads to Hamilcar's escape, but his soul being horribly damaged. He is made a Knight - Questor and given the task by Sigmar of capturing Ikrit. Both to get his secrets and to perhaps restore Hamilcar.
  3. I think they just underestimated how popular Carrion Empire would be.
  4. In this case it's a temporary stock issue. Annoying, but like it says temporary. I am guessing GW did not think the Box would be as popular as it was.
  5. I think the Skyre stuff is pretty cool. The Weapon teams, Artilerty and DoomWheel can send out scary amounts of damage. A lot of it is at slight risk to themselves, but that should not bother a Skaven General.
  6. AKA people are once again jumping the gun and complaining despite not having all the details.
  7. It's a shame the Deathrunner is exclusive to Silver Tower. It's a really cool model.
  8. I don't mind the stormfiend changes at all, It makes them more useable out of the box. And they went down in points to compensate.
  9. We don't know that. We have not seen the book and the guy that reviewed may have just not clarified that allies don't count.
  10. I don't see the issue with some units being battleline for certain factions. If you want to mix other things in you have clanrats as Battleline.
  11. It's a shame that they have to use the old metal warpfire thrower, rather then being able to move up and use the plastic one from Island of Blood.
  12. Thanquol appears in the new Gotrek stuff, and in a Malign Portents story. He is referred to as the Greylord.
  13. It's warpstone in rock. The black is rock, it's not very hard to see.
  14. Thanquol needs his Warpfire throwers toned down however. 2d6 mortal wounds for free is a bit too strong. His unique spell needs an upgrade too. (Maybe dealing d3 mortal wounds to all enemy units in a line maybe, D6 wounds if they are skaven units in the way.) It would reflect his habit of getting his minions killed, while making more than just Arcane Bolt but worse.
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