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  1. Welcome pirates, raiders, corsairs, freebooters, marauders, privateers, picaroons, rovers, and anyone seeking to be Truly Free! [This thread is the start of a narrative collaboration that anyone is welcome to join if you're interested in telling pirate-themed stories, with words or miniatures, in AoS] Ya see, there be many forces seeking to control the heart and mind of folk like us. Be it Sigmar by law or Slaanesh by obsession, they all seek to shackle our bodies and tame our spirits. Stories are told of great captains from long ago who had the whole of the 8 Realms at their disposal. In the rule of chaos we saw all opportunity snuffed...and in the God-King's push to "take-back" the realms, opportunities are opening back up. But mind you, if the Pantheon of Legend succeeds in gaining control, we will see our lively-hoods snuffed just the same. So what are folk like us to do to protect our freedom from the shackles of order or chaos? Why, this is the reason we invited you here.. Let us band together, and where mutually beneficial and agreeable, share in the pain and reward of this life we've chosen. What that means is up for discourse and democratic affairs. Some have suggested an accord or a code to create our community by. That's not to say you can't have a proclivity for one or more of the gods, we're not looking to bring down the ire of any of them. But if you have a greater commitment to your own self than anyone else, perhaps you'll find more like-minded confederates here. Our First Order is to find a place in the 8 realms that we might find safe harbor and could protect from the building of cities or the ruination of filth. Not your personal cove of safety, but someplace that could become the capital of our pirate coalition. If you're interested, do this for me: 1. Introduce yourself [your pirate captain or general] and your crew [share pictures] 2. Submit a location that you have visited in your travels across the 8 Realms and why you think it could serve this purpose. Please include any strategic advantages, natural or magical features, or aesthetics that would make it an ideal location. Looking forward to getting to know you and making the seas, skies and lands safe for mortals like us. - Crulg, Commander of the MÜHLE
  2. Event Title: Warpath at Common ground games, Scotland singles eventEvent Author: Lord-of-Scotland Calendar: Events UKEvent Date: 10/08/19 10:00 AM to 10/08/19 06:30 PM The Scottish Fanatics are happy to announce Warpath 2 the path to war ! an Age of Sigmar tournament! We are hosting a 1 day Singles 2000 points AoS event on the 10th of August. Venue is the awesome Common Ground Games in Stirling, Scotland. Signup on Facebook, Scottish AOS WhatsApp, Twitter and TGA. Will keep a list of entrants on TGA. Will update the post when a pack is available and we will spam everywhere soon once we have something set up for tickets. Will be £16, including lunch on the day and prizes! The Scottish Fanatics club has grown quickly. To try and raise some funds for the club, we have some donations we are raffling off as well as a tables worth of scenery. Will post some pictures when it is ready and it will be on table 1 for you to see on the day. First game begins at 10:00am *****IMPORTANT***** As we all want to grow the hobby and encourage people to join in we are going to offer a free ticket to first time Tournament attendee - so the the first first timer who signs up gets free entry. Any queries contact thescottishfanatics@gmail.com Sign ups are now open 1: Jack Carruthers 2:John Connelly 3: Mark Roberts 4: Steven Ramage 5: Darren Kneller 6: Leigh Martin 7: Craig Deakin 8: Marc Mcintosh
  3. Event Title: March To War 4 Event Author: DodgyRoller Calendar: Events UK Event Date: 07/27/2019 10:00 AM to 07/28/2019 06:00 PM After the success of several one day AOS events the Purple Sparkly Unicorns will be running a 2 day Age Of Sigmar event on the 27th of July 2019, the event pack has been added to this post all details including tickets and venue are covered. Any further questions regarding the event please email psunicorns@hotmail.com. March To War 4 Event Pack.pdf Entrants list = Andy Woods Andy Bryan Alex Tooth Jack Mayland Matthew Crowther David Jennings Simon Holmes Jason Hodgkinson Ant Boulton Mike Thomas Tim Unwin Tom Bailey Aaron Walters Eilir Davies Lee Downes Mal Edge alex Johnson danny biddal jason stanyer carl bagnall josh niemczyk gareth cosby gaz ravenscroft lewis sloan
  4. As far as I know no Bretonnian miniatures were released during 4th edition (1992-1996). Many 3rd edition models, but not all, are found in the 1991 Citadel Catalogue (also called Red Catalogue). There are also many 2nd edition models shown in this catalogue so it is intended not to show them together with 3rd edition models here. I found many models that are not shown or named in any publication (catalogue, White Dwarf). So I can't be completely sure if there are more unlisted models. It would be very much appreciated to get information on that. All 3rd edition models were made from metal, but all horses were made from plastic. Miniatures before 1989 were in smaller scale (25 mm). Only the mantlet is still missing in my collection which seems to be extremely rare. I have only seen it in the Red Catalogue, one White Dwarf issue and in a private collection on Oldhammer.org.uk. Bretonnian King and Bretonnian General (1989) Bretonnian Knight Heroes (4 different models, 1990 or 1991) Bretonnian Wizards (1989) The left one was released as an Imperial Wizard, but was used by GW as a Bretonnian wizard in their studio army.) Chevalier d'Honneur and Chevalier de Notre Dame de Bataille (1989) Knight from the King's Retinue and Chevalier Rampant (1989) Bretonnian Knights with Handweapon (10 different models, 1990) Bretonnian Knights with Lance (10 different models, 1990) Bretonnian Foot Knights (21 different models, 1990/91) Mounted Men-At-Arms (8 different models, probably 1991) Mounted Men-At-Arms with Bows (3 different models, probably 1991) Retainers and Men-At-Arms (16 different models, 1990/91) Archers (10 different models, 1990) Crossbowmen (3 different models, 1990/91) Crossbowmen (3 different models, 1990/91 and 1987). The right one was released in the "F4 Men-At-Arms" series in White Dwarf 96 from December 1987. This month there was also the release of the 3rd edition of Warhammer and the model was labeled as Bretonnian later in the "Red Catalogue". Crossbowmen (6 different models, 1988) Brigands (10 different models, 1990/91) Breech Loading Bombard (1990/91) Mortar (1990/91) Organ Gun (4-barreled, 1990) Organ Gun (7-barreled, 1990) Pot-de-Feu (1990) Ballista (1990) Swivel Gun (1990)
  5. Respecting the Redfists Full of lust for battle, the orruks raised their weapons, beating their armor and shields rhythmically with their choppaz, as they shouted challenging war calls. The Bloodtoofs were ready for another fight! In the midst of the raging sea of green bodies and red armor, the Redfists marched on, disciplined in rank and file, proud to be even better and harder than any other greenskin. They pushed their ironclad mob cheekily next to Uraugh's brutes. As soon as Uraugh noticed this, he turned around and screamed: "Back to the back rows! Gits do not belong to the front! " "Then you have to go first," retorted Gotmork Redfist, leader of the Redfists. Gotmork had proven himself in many battles and the rumor went that he was different than the other Ardboys. What that meant, no one could say for sure. But that did not matter, Uraugh thought to himself. An Ardboy was not a true Ironjaw and only Ironjawz had the right to choose the best fights, he thought. Especially since Uraugh could not tolerate that a small Ardboy acted stupid towards him. He stalked towards Gotmork, scraping his spiked club against his boss claw, creating sparks between them. "You want bashin’, huh?" he said with a sneering grin upon his face. Immediately, a circle formed around the two opponents, but to Uraugh's astonishment, the leader of the Arboys did not pinch his tail, but straightened himself up, teasingly clapping his ax and choppa with an evil smile. Uraugh did not hesitate. His club lurched down from above on Gotmork, which skillfully parried the slash with his cleaver, but the maneuver had been a feint. While Gotmork had warded off the blow, Uraugh grabbed with his bossclaw and tried to fix the other arm of Gotmork. However, as it turned out the Ardboy had expected this and the parade, with which he had staved off the attack, served to get some momentum at the same time. His left hand, armed with an ancient choppa, rushed down onto the Brute. A blink of an eye later, Uraugh's arm with the Bossclaw lay on the ground, cut clean on the joint. By turning around his own body, Gotmork also released his forearm from the claw's grip and the backhand swing sank his ax into Uraugh's head. As the Redfists lined up back in formation, Gotmork caught the glances of the other Ironjawz. An amused smirk spread across their faces, some even slightly nodding. Gotmork knew that he had earned the respect of the Bloodtoofs today, but he was no fool. He would not turn his back on any of these killing machines in the future ... ***** And with this little narrative intro, I`d like to relaunch my little army project here. I had it running once already, but due to new guidelines of photobucket the pictures simply didn`t show anymore. After finally overcoming this huge annoyance, I decided to give it another go and simply begin with a fresh start. As the Start Collecting Ironjawz box came out, one of them quickly became part of my collection. Instead of using all the models that were in the box, I chose to paint up some of the older models for the Ardboys which lay around my place for almost a decade already. Guilty feelings and curiousity being my drive, motivation caught up with me as I painted the first of them. Ugtur The newest member of the Redfists swings his axe with cunning but brutal precision. Although he is the new guy, being part of the Redfists does have value, as it means you`re at least harder than the other Ardboys. Being rather quite Ugtur longs to prove himself in battle and be part of the best WAAAGH! All of my painted Orruks have an own name, which is painted on the bottom of the base, and a little narrative going along. My intention was to start with a couple of skirmish games and giving the guys some background helped to make the feeling more immersive and strengthen the narrative a bit. Before I painted Ugtur I noticed, that he looked noticeably smaller than the newer Ardboys of plastic. Switching out the head helped to blend him in smoothly with the rest. Another interesting fact came to me as I went on painting the mini. The older models practically paint themselves, as all sections are clearly divided into "Skin", "Red armor", "Black armor", "Cloth" and "Metallics", and have much less additional details on them, like some fur or leatherstraps. Following the basic paintscheme of the Bloodtoofs also helped speeding up the paintjob a little (and trust me, if I say something like this it means a lot, as I am probably the slowest painter on the planet). Adding some flames on various spots gave the appearance a little extra, while the Bloodtoofs fluff of their Ardboys not using wood or normal skulls, kept the job simply on all the weaponry. So this is it for the beginning, as I slowly fill up the thread with what has been done already. There is five Ardboys in total and a halway finished Warchanter, which I kind of dare to continue at the moment. But I think I`ll go for that guy as soon as I`ve finished the next Ardboy. Can anyone guess what model I use for him by this little teaser?
  6. Announcement Time!! The First AoS GT is happening in Ireland! Due to a number of issues we decided to move the GT to a bigger venue later in the year 2000 Points Matched Play Event 64 Players 5 games 2 Days Held in the Carlton Hotel near Dublin Airport Tickets are 55 Euro To secure your place at this event please send a 25 euro deposit via the following link: https://paypal.me/pools/c/8dnk8xSrHQ any question please PM me or email me at theherophasepodcast@gmail.com Thanks all, Mick
  7. Hello everyone! As the title says. I bought a Kharadron Overlord starter set plus a Warden King and dwarf warriors. Could I use these in a match? Thank you very much for your time. Kazukhan Khazahit Ha!
  8. Hey guys! For the past year, like many others I've been working intensely on bringing over the much beloved Mordheim game over to the Age of Sigmar system. Thanks to the release of the new AoS skirmish game in this month's White Dwarf, I've had to make a few adjustments on how how convert hire costs to the latest renown system. With that however, I finally decided to compile everything I have and start to make warscrolls of Mordheim units that can't be found in AoS. So far I'm posting two Amazonian units, I'd love to get a gut check on how I did in terms of the stats and conversion of mechanics. Normally warscrolls don't display point values so I'll put them here. The Champion is weighted at 80 points, while the Warriors are weighted at 130 points per unit of 10. Thanks for reading!
  9. If you're reading this then I'm afraid I've tricked you into looking at yet another new players list. Well I'm not that new, I've had 6 years of playing under my belt but that was many moons ago, back when fantasy was fantasy and Warhammer had square bases (I know weird right?). The long of the short is I came back into the fold after pottering around a GW store and getting the painting/gaming itch I've not had in 11 years. After chatting away to a GW employee, playing an intro game and feverishly checking my bank account I decided upon Stormcast Eternals. Apparently they are quite good? To be honest they look a bit like space marines with swords, hammers and maces, that's all I needed to like 'em. So I bought the battletome and have been locked in my room scribbling army lists for the past few days and I just decided to put something together that I thought had synergy, would look cool and wouldn't cost the earth (if this army is horrendously illegal, awful or makes no sense please forgive me and berate me in the comments): (I went for 1500 points, that used to be normal in fantasy, is that a lot now? I have no idea if that's too much or too little now, I really have no idea what I'm doing.) Astreia Solbright (220) Knight-Heraldor (100) Lord-Relictor (100) Cleansing Phalanx (120) Sequitors X5 (120) Sequitors X5 (120) Evocators X5 (200) Evocators X5 (200) Liberators X10 (200) Celestar Ballista (100) Total: 1,480 I figured I'd use the Hammers of Sigmar Stormhost (reviving expensive units on a 5+ is a totally new concept to me and seems OP), no idea about artifacts as I believe i get 2 but have to take God-forged Blade first? Any help here would be well received. If you made it this far, thanks for reading! All I basically want to know is whether this army is usable, I don't need it to be a world-beater, I just need something I can use and not be a cleared off the board in every game, thanks for the advice and happy wargaming!
  10. Champi

    Rising Sun GT

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    AoS Grand Tournament in Osaka, Japan. Check www.risingsungt.com for more information.
  11. Hi guys, Just looking for a place to share some of my stuff! I've painted a little before I decided to choose Idoneth Deepkin for my Age of Sigmar army. This is really my first foray at actually painting an entire army. I watch a lot of tutorials and paint videos in my spare time for fun, so I like to think that I've picked up a decent understanding of the essential techniques. Some of the more advanced stuff like wet blending still elude me, however. Let me know what you think!
  12. Greetings all! Wanted to put this out there for anyone thats looking for some competitive AoS content. We discuss hobby, games played, how we intend on getting better. We try to keep up with all the latest gossip around the world on the tournament scene. The podcast is out of Austin, TX so if you are in the area or know anyone, please share with them! Always trying to grow the community! https://www.buzzsprout.com/216854 We are so on Apple Podcast and various other players. Feedback is always welcome. We are always looking to get better! Thanks guys! Hope y'all enjoy!
  13. DodgyRoller

    March To War 4

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    After the success of several one day AOS events the Purple Sparkly Unicorns will be running a 2 day Age Of Sigmar event on the 27th of July 2019, the event pack has been added to this post all details including tickets and venue are covered. Any further questions regarding the event please email psunicorns@hotmail.com. A full list of entrants will be posted closer to the event.
  14. Event Title: General's War #19 Event Author: Jan "Kyoshi" Mejor Calendar: Events Poland Event Date: 01/20/2019 09:30 AM to 01/20/2019 06:30 PM When: 20.I.2019 Where: Club Adeptus Mechanicus, al. Krakowska 110/114, Warszawa (Budynek B-27, ostatnie piętro). Map Army size: 2000p Army Composition: Battlehost Rules of the game: We use General’s Handbook 2018 official rules, FAQ and Battletomes. We do not use publications publishes one week before tournament. „House rules” are mostly clarifications and can be found in our FAQ. We use Endless Spells, We use realm artefacts. We use realm spells We do not use REALMS OF BATTLE feature from Core Book. Battleplans (3 out of 5 selected by players): Total Conquest – Realm: Ghur – gramy bez Monstrous Beasts – Realmscape feature: Hungering Animus Scorched Earth – Realm: Hysh – gramy bez zaklęcia Banishment – Realmscape feature: Aetheric Beams of Light Places of Arcane Power – Realm: Chamon – Realmscape feature: Steel Rain Focal Points – Realm: Ghyran – Realmscape feature: Seeds of Hope Battle for the Pass – Realm: Aqshy – Realmscape feature: Every Step a League Time: 2h30min per game Paringi: Swiss type plus first round challenges. Points: Major victory – 17 punktów Minor victory – 12 punktów Remis – 7 punktów Minor loss – 5 punkty Major loss – 0 punktów Walkower – 12:0 (nie stawienie się przeciwnika na bitwę) Extra points KINGSLAYER: Kill more enemy heros BREAKTHROUGH: Have more units in enemy deployment zone GRUNTSLAYER: destroy mote battleline units Max. 25 P additional points for : 5 P = Correct Army roster - printed 5 P = Own dice, rules and stuff (game preparation) Good Play 7,5 P: You an cast up to two votes for best play for you opponents during tournament. Best Painted 7,5P: You can vote for best painted army during tournament. Signups: Fill out the online form: TUTAJ Entry fee: 25 pln/ 30pln in the day of the tournament 10 1020 5561 0000 3902 0001 1585 – Jan Mejor; title: GW19 – Name and Surname StockDesign General's War #19
  15. Hi, after GW will bring the Trollking as Order on Demand, I made a little fun und put the warscrolls of Troggoths and Gargants (including forgeworld and some noneexistent warscrolls) together als a Fanmade Monsters of Destruction Battletome (it's a pdf on my google drive). Like in my other cases I have some problems making Allegiance Abilities for them, but if they don't have there own they can still use the Destruction Allegiance Abilities. Do you have some feedback or other ideas?
  16. until
    When: 20.I.2019 Where: Club Adeptus Mechanicus, al. Krakowska 110/114, Warszawa (Budynek B-27, ostatnie piętro). Map Army size: 2000p Army Composition: Battlehost Rules of the game: We use General’s Handbook 2018 official rules, FAQ and Battletomes. We do not use publications publishes one week before tournament. „House rules” are mostly clarifications and can be found in our FAQ. We use Endless Spells, We use realm artefacts. We use realm spells We do not use REALMS OF BATTLE feature from Core Book. Battleplans (3 out of 5 selected by players): Total Conquest – Realm: Ghur – gramy bez Monstrous Beasts – Realmscape feature: Hungering Animus Scorched Earth – Realm: Hysh – gramy bez zaklęcia Banishment – Realmscape feature: Aetheric Beams of Light Places of Arcane Power – Realm: Chamon – Realmscape feature: Steel Rain Focal Points – Realm: Ghyran – Realmscape feature: Seeds of Hope Battle for the Pass – Realm: Aqshy – Realmscape feature: Every Step a League Time: 2h30min per game Paringi: Swiss type plus first round challenges. Points: Major victory – 17 punktów Minor victory – 12 punktów Remis – 7 punktów Minor loss – 5 punkty Major loss – 0 punktów Walkower – 12:0 (nie stawienie się przeciwnika na bitwę) Extra points KINGSLAYER: Kill more enemy heros BREAKTHROUGH: Have more units in enemy deployment zone GRUNTSLAYER: destroy mote battleline units Max. 25 P additional points for : 5 P = Correct Army roster - printed 5 P = Own dice, rules and stuff (game preparation) Good Play 7,5 P: You an cast up to two votes for best play for you opponents during tournament. Best Painted 7,5P: You can vote for best painted army during tournament. Signups: Fill out the online form: TUTAJ Entry fee: 25 pln/ 30pln in the day of the tournament 10 1020 5561 0000 3902 0001 1585 – Jan Mejor; title: GW19 – Name and Surname StockDesign
  17. Hello fellow Maggotkin! It's New Year's Day, so ... new year, new army. Nurgle caught my eye largely due to its fantastic models and its strategic diversity. I started painting my first Warhammer miniature in years yesterday, a Putrid Blight King that has been a blast so far, despite that I forgot how to set up my wet palette properly and struggled to keep the right amount of paint on my brush. Regarding Putrid Blight Kings: in reading the Nurgle battletome, it struck me, as it seems to have struck most, that PBKs are key units for the army. It was the first unit I reached for at the store, with a Lord of Blights coming soon after for support. From there, I picked up a Start Collecting! box and Horticulous Slimux, with the aim of putting together a list like this: Leaders: Poxbringer: Favoured Poxes Festus the Leechlord: Blades of Putrefaction Horticulous Slimux Lord of Blights: General, Rustfang Battlelines: Plaguebearers x30 Putrid Blight Kings x10 Chaos Warriors x5 Other Units: Nurglings x3 Plague Drones x6 Hellstriders of Slaanesh x5 This is not the most competitive list, but it allows me to paint different miniatures and get a feel for how different units function before taking more advantage of the synergies and combos in the army. The strategy for this list will be for the Plaguebearers to advance and take on the bulk of the opponent's main force, with the LoB using his command ability on them to make them -4 to hit in shooting and -2 to hit in combat and the Poxbringer activating their daemon focus and attempting to cast Favoured Poxes on the unit that most needs to be killed. The PBKs follow and try to set up on a central objective or line up an advantageous charge, with Festus keeping them healthy and casting Blades of Putrefaction on them while the LoB gives them a shooting attack and uses Rustfang on their target. Meanwhile, the Plague Drones and Horticulous head off to a far objective, with the latter dropping a Feculent Gnarlmaw to ensure they can run and charge, along with turning on the Plague Drones' daemon focus. The Nurglings deep strike (if possible) and either go for an enemy ranged or support unit or head for the least threatening objective. The Hellstriders of Slaanesh, with their banner that provides -1 to hit in an area around them, look to support either the main force or the mobile wing of Horticulous and the drones. The Chaos Warriors sit at home on an objective or screen for a more important unit. Next time I'll post an image of what I've managed to paint and take a stab at some more competitive lists for the future. But until then, any ideas on tweaking my starting list, or tips for a starting Nurgle/AoS player?
  18. Jyhnu

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