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  1. 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 9: Ben Carlin 10: David Nemeth 11: Kat Fekete 12: Phil McGuinness 13: Jamie Ferguson 14: Scott Smith
  2. 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). 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) Mantlet (1990/91)
  3. Hey guys! I made a gorebeast using spare parts, (images below), but I am not hundred percent sure what I could use it for. I am playing in a casual club that allows proxies.
  4. Hi, Im new in the hobby and need advise to start my army, un first place I wanna create an 1k army and then jump to 2k. I asked a friend how built the army and also told him that I loved the character Ogrid si if he could make a list where it could fit in. Any advice or guide I should follow?
  5. Hi, I have been looking for quite a while for players in Hamburg, there has to be some. I am not too interested in playing in the GW store. Anyway if you are interested in playing some games please let me know. Phil
  6. Hello Everyone! My name is Henin and I hail from the lands of the Tomb Kings! If you have not heard, there is an incredible project going on for tomb kings where the TK are getting their own fan-made, unofficial Battletome, complete with artwork and lore as well as some unofficial additional rules put together by the community to play for fun with friends: http://theendlessdeserts.blogspot.com/p/what-are-endless-deserts_8.html I have come to love the new world of AoS thanks to this project (personally). I may not be completely happy with the lore but I enjoy the game and love the dynamics and creative encouragement it has. With that said, I keep hoping to see a similar event from the Bretonnian community, but have yet to see this. (based on my research, I could be wrong and if I am please point me in that direction [seriously do please]) My brother and I started playing and collecting warhammer models some time before the End Times began. When they began the changes, me and my brother were hit hard since we had barely just finished getting the hang of the game and then suddenly it does a 180. All our efforts were crushed especially since both our armies seemed to be thrown out by GW (Him playing Brets and me playing TK). For me it is not simple to remember and learn such a complicated game as it was in warhammer 8th edition. Though, eventually I gave AoS a chance and came to love it, but honestly it was thanks to the efforts in the TK community that I now came to love it. I really want to somehow do the same for my brother and the Brets. I want to try to put together some kind of team and put effort into creating something like what the TK have for their own game for fun! To support the community. Put together an AoS Bretonnian Battletome with all kinds of fun stuff for all to use and enjoy~ So please, if this is something you are hoping to see, and/or have something to offer such as artistic skills, game knowledge, photography skills with epic models and anything at all that can help get this project in motion, please comment or message me. I want to see what the community has to say and if their is any desire for this to happen. Thoughts? Opinions? Ideas? (be sincere please) Best, -Henin
  7. Hey guys, My name is Chai Tzola, and I have been playing Warhammer competitively for a while. I usually go to events in the U.S and try my hardest to finish in the top 10. Now that I have introduced myself, I would like to talk to you guys about losing, and becoming a better player. We all have this moment in our games when you see the victory slip through your fingers. It can be a deployment error, realizing that taking the double turn was a mistake. whiffing a big dice roll, or even not putting enough models near an objective. You see your mistake during your opponent's turn, you hope the opponent doesn't notice, but you're at a tournament so he or she does and you're toast. Well, you're toast now, your army is crumbling, your general was out of position, you miss that charge and you start holding your head thinking where did it all fall apart? You're losing and there's no chance for you to come back into the rankings of the tournament. Tough cookie... The first time I got whacked like that was at Nova, I was playing a very good list and lost the game in the first five minutes. I won't bore you with the details, but trust me, there was no way for me to make it happen. That frustrated me, I stopped caring and didn't score my secondary objectives and took the L and that was it. Had I scored any of my secondaries I would have ended 3rd. To be fair at that point I wasn't a fun opponent, being a little mopey which isn't cool. Warhammer is a hobby and its mostly all just for fun. I know that for me it's a little more, I spend hours and hours of building and painting and then attempt to play the same army again and again to get a feel for it. Which leads you to be a bit sore when losing a game, that's something I changed after Nova for a few reasons. You don't learn anything from a win, and you don't make changes to your gameplay. When you lose however, you can question where it went wrong, and maybe even see how your army list isn't adequate. That will make you a better player and also a pleasant player to play with. I know this is pretty obvious to most of you, but it's a good reminder So to get the topic started, what's your favorite loss and what did you learn from it?
  8. Hey everyone. I am a Skaven Clan Moulder player from New Zealand, but I am moving to the UK in the next few weeks. Nice to meet you all! Here is a bad photo of my fleshmeld creations
  9. Hi I’m new to the hobby, and I fell in love with the Maggotkin models. I’m in process of building an army, a big chunk of it arrives tomorrow. I’m thinking of a blightcyst battalion as the bulk. Here is my 2000pt list so far- -glotkin (general) -gutrot spume -Lord of blights -Harbinger of decay -chaos sorcerer lord on horse -blightking unit x3 -15 marauder horsemen unit with javelins My idea is that I have glotkin with two units of blightkings as a big block, slowly going forward. Gutrot spume deepstrikes with a unit of BLKs. Then I have a unit of marauder horsemen supported by a mounted chaos sorcerer lord; giving them re-rolls of 1s. Then I have a harbinger of decay to buff either the BLKs with glotkin or screened by the marauders can run forward to buff gutrot spume’s deepstrike. Which is a great distraction while glotkin, lord of blights and BLKs get in position. I wanted a mobile unit, so I thought the marauders would be super fast and can retreat, shoot and charge. They can catch objectives or screen harbinger while he plants a Feculent Gnarlmaw. Is my list any good? Are my ideas realistic? Would you replace any units? Should I drop chaos sorcerer for lord of plagues? What artifacts or spells etc? Are the marauders in insufficient numbers and just a gimmick that’s not worth it? -stay tuned for ton loads of conversion- I’m doing a sea theme with rotting flesh looking like blue cheese. And the BLKs are going to be a proper ship’s motley crew
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    Hey all, London Warhammer Wargaming Guild will be hosting our first beginner friendly 1000 points event March of Foes on March 16th 2019. Details and signup can be found here on our Meetup.. Format 1000 points or less GHB 2018 including FAQ as of 9th March 2019 4 games single day event 1.5 hours each game Painting requirements 3 colours Conversions are encouraged, no proxies, forge world models are allowed Compendium armies that do not have official points are not allowed. Schemes will be introduced as secondaries, more details below Malign Sorcery realm spells will not be used Malign Sorcery artefacts and endless spells will be allowed Firestorm allegiance will be allowed Realmscape features, realm commands and realmsphere magic from the core rule book will be included. Realm commands can be only be used by each player once per turn.
  11. Hi Guys, I am just introducing myself. I am Chris and I am into Age of Sigmar. If you are interested in helping to expand the AOS community in Canada please message me and we can get the scene up an running again even better then before! Chris
  12. Hi all, I've developed a website for ranking AoS players with an Elo system. I started a couple months ago when everyone was debating on how to score tournaments, strength of schedule, etc. In my opinion, the ITC system is not a good representation of the meta, as it only pulls from large events, and includes soft scores. My idea is that anyone, anywhere, can played a 'ranked' game, and get an Elo score. This is not a game-able system - it requires both players to agree on the game results, and it's Elo - playing the same player over and over will not net you any gain. This can be used to find the truly "best" players, as well as gather data on factions, battleplans, matchups, etc. The best use is to have your Elo rank seed the first round of a 5-round GT, thus simulating a 6-round Swiss event. This is also worldwide, so the ranking system in the States isn't different than the ranking system in the UK, isn't different from that in AUS, etc. To me, this is certainly exciting - a fix to many of the scoring issues we've been having. Feedback is certainly welcome! http://elo.masterpieceminiatures.com
  13. Hi Some friends and I are starting a little league table for our AOS games. We want a truly awful trophy for the person at the top of the leaderboard to hold that keeps their ego in check. We are looking for a single model that has stats or a sculpt so bad that it is laughable that it exists at all. Said waste of plastic/resin/metal will be painted up and mounted on a plinth for evermore. Any suggestions welcome. For reference, in MTG we used a foil Jar of eyeballs. Thanks in advance N
  14. hi guys I played Slyvaneth in South korea Almost used Gnarlroot and Alarielle i think, Alarielle is not tough , she isn't alive 2turn ... How do I play to be competitive? its my today loster Vs Jaw's Almost destroyed on the second turn. Allegiance: Sylvaneth Mortal Realm: Ghyran Leaders Alarielle the Everqueen (600) - Deepwood Spell: Regrowth Branchwych (80) - Deepwood Spell: Verdant Blessing Spirit of Durthu (380) - General - Trait: Lord of Spites - Artefact: Ghyrstrike Treelord Ancient (300) - Artefact: The Oaken Armour - Deepwood Spell: Regrowth Branchwraith (80) - Artefact: Ranu's Lamentiri - Deepwood Spell: Verdant Blessing Battleline 10 x Dryads (100) 5 x Spite-Revenants (70) 5 x Tree-Revenants (80) Battalions Gnarlroot Wargrove (130) Household (100) Endless Spells Emerald Lifeswarm (60) Soulsnare Shackles (20) Total: 2000 / 2000 Extra Command Points: 2 Allies: 0 / 400 Wounds: 70
  15. So I'll be starting a Skirmish campaign that'll grow into full scale battles, and I saw there aren't any rules for Skirmish/PtG in our amazing Battletome (THANK YOU MENGEL). I'll be getting the ebook skirmish rules soon, but since I don't know what other factions get, I assume we're missing something. I'm just putting this here to ask about possible rules, advice on how to run a campaign, and if there are any plans to continue updating the Battletome with rules such as these, and to change with the future updates that will surely come to the game.
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    EVENT PACK v1 The Pompey Pillage event pack (v1).pdf We are the Pompey Pirates, players of wargames and more, and we welcome you back for another year of the Pompey Pillage! A 5-game, 2000 point, Warhammer Age of Sigmar 2 tournament on Saturday 11th and Sunday 12th August 2018, once again at held at Horndean Technology College (same location as the South Coast GT). Tickets cost £33 each, which gives you five games of Warhammer AOS over two days, plus a cooked lunch on both days. Note that provided lunch is part of our deal with the venue, and can not be split out. To book your place, send payment via Paypal to rdavidj54@googlemail.com, along with the title “Pompey Pillage AOS”, your name and any club you’re representing. Please be sure to send your payment as a GIFT. Thank you. file
  17. Greetings, When it comes to gaming in Age of Sigmar, I always found more appealing the smaller games. Being a huge fan of a series of articles that were published in 2004 in White Dwarf (and later revised in 2006) called "Warhammer: Warbands", I believe it is time to adapt such supplement to the current game: Age of Sigmar. The file you may find attached to download contains all the necessary information to play small-scaled games (100-500 points) for Age of Sigmar with a few different rules, and is mostly a word for word modification of its Warhammer Fantasy predecessor. Obviously, none of the content is official or anything similar, and simply tries to offer new options and guidelines to enjoy this game. Any comments or contributions are welcome (ps: please excuse my lazy editing skills ). The PDF file may be found below for downloading, while the first page preview is as follows: AoS_Warbands_V.1.0.pdf
  18. Hey folks! The TLC playing out of the War Room in Wicklow Town are starting an Age of Sigmar Campaign Month next month! Starting at 500pts for the first week, and running in increments of 500pts every week until the end of the month. The next month will then be a top 8 play-off, with the players who are knocked out the previous month playing side games for some pickup prizes while the others battle it out! Anyone looking to join, drop me a line or have a look at the doc and drop Morgan a line in the War Room to join in the fun Thanks! Eoin AgeofSigmarTLCCampaign.rtf.docx
  19. Hi guys here’s a link to a doubles tournament at our local gaming store! £20 per team! Hope to see you there! https://www.facebook.com/events/798086370534589/
  20. Hey guys, I would love to ask for some asistance on this list. Any toughts or suggestion is appreciated. I will most likely to be up against Sancrocast chamber, Celestar ballista, Nighthaunt and Clan Skryre lists. My list is as follows. (havent decied on the artefact and command trait yet) Leaders Anointed on Frostheart - 280 Anointed on Frostheart - 280 Drakeseer - 300 Archmage -100 Loremaster -140 Units 5x Reavers - 140 5x Reavers - 140 5x Reavers - 140 20x Phoenix Guard - 280 10x Swordmasters - 160 Spells Aether. Pendulum - 40 Feels like im low on chaff. What would you guys suggest ? Thanks for anyone who is willing to take the time to read and/or reply. Cheers
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    My Wanderers Spellweaver painted a few years ago (2014 or so). Proud warden of my Wood Elves force. I really enjoyed working on transparency with this model.

    © Hans LONE SANG

  22. I had the upmost respect for our AOS lore champion Doug on the 2+ Tough channel after his recent message about helping out those who lost everything in the California fires, including all of their gaming materials. Please, we want to make these peoples' day. Below is a link to the site that is spearheading a project to reunite models with our fellow gamers. Whether its donating directly models you own, purchasing desired models from a wishlist, or donating money directly to other charitable organizations, please check out the link below. http://theindependentcharacters.com/blog/?page_id=4122 I may not seem much, but we game for a great many a reason and these folks might just find some reprieve from their feeling of complete loss of their homes and sources of joy. Enabling these folks to game again, to escape, find fun and joy, is the least we can do. In addition check out Doug's original message for the full rundown.
  23. Event Title: IMPS Slaughter Warmup Event Author: Imps Gaming Calendar: Events UK Event Date: 02/03/2019 09:45 AM to 02/03/2019 06:00 PM In Preparation for Team Imps Attending Sheffield Slaughter in late February we will be running a warm up AoS event. event link https://www.facebook.com/events/718777615168864/ 1 day3 games2,000 pts using all the latest rules in the faq/general's handbookGames Rules coming ASAPSchedule9.45 Registration10.00 Game 112.00 lunch12.45 game 214.45 break15.00 game 317.00 resultsRewardsThere will be rewards for the followingBest General2nd place3rd PlaceFavourite armyFavourite adversaryTickets £10 going to £15 on monday the 21st of Januaryhttps://www.imps-gaming.com/product/aos-tournament-ticket-25-02-18/Refunds available up to 48 hours before the event. IMPS Slaughter Warmup
  24. I made some pictures that show similar miniatures from different editions for comparison. The following picture is a comparison between Knights Errant and their former equivalents. On the left is a Feudal Knight from 1987 (2nd edition) from the "F7 Feudal Cavalry" series. The whole model including the horse is made from metal. The model is in 25 mm scale and even for that the horse looks very small. The second from the left is a Chevalier Rampant from 1989 (3rd edition). He is similar to a Knight Errant as the Chevaliers Rampants were described in the army list as "young knights". The horse has no barding and is bigger than the later horses with barding. The horse is very wide at the saddle and the knight looks somewhat like he is sitting on a "barrel". The horse model was also used for the Empire and for Chaos Knights. In the middle is a Bretonnian Knight from 1990 (also 3rd edition). It is not specified which kind of knight from the army list he should be so I assume he could be used for any kind. The horse model was also used for other races (High Elves for example). The second from the right is a Knight Errant Champion from 1996 (5th edition) and should be well known. This is the last model that was made from metal (the horse is made from plastic of course). This is the first time that Bretonnians had their own horse models. The knight on the right is a Knight Errant Champion from 2004 (6th edition). He was built from the Bretonnian Knights sprue and is completely made from plastic. The horse is bigger than before and has about the same size like the unbarded horse on the left. The following picture is a comparison between Knights of the Realm and their former equivalents. On the left is a Feudal Knight from 1987 (2nd edition) from the "F7 Feudal Cavalry" series. The whole model including the horse is made from metal. The model is in 25 mm scale and even for that the horse looks very small. The second from the left is a Knight from the King's Retinue Box from 1989 (3rd edition). The horse has no barding and is bigger than the later horses with barding. The horse is very wide at the saddle and the knight looks somewhat like he is sitting on a "barrel". The horse model was also used for the Empire and for Chaos Knights. In the middle is a Bretonnian Knight from 1991 (also 3rd edition). It is not specified which kind of knight from the army list he should be so I assume he could be used for any kind. The horse model was also used for other races (High Elves for example). The second from the right is a Knight of the Realm from 1997 (5th edition), a less known metal model. The Knights of the Realm plastic models were more common by far, because they were included in the Warhammer 5th edition boxed set. This is the first time that Bretonnians had their own horse models. The knight on the right is a Knight of the Realm from 2004 (6th edition). He was built from the Bretonnian Knights sprue and is completely made from plastic. The horse is bigger than before and has about the same size like the unbarded horse on the left. The following picture is a comparison between bowmen/archers. On the left is an archer from the "F4 Feudals" series from 1987 (2nd edition). In the "Red Catalogue" he is listed as a Bretonnian model. He is in 25 mm scale. The second from the left is an archer from 1990 (3rd edition). He is already in 28 mm scale. The third bowman from the left is from 1996 (5th edition) and was included in the Warhammer 5th edition boxed set. It is a question of a very common plastic model. The second bowman from the right is from 1997 (5th edition), a less known metal model. The bowman on the right is from 2004 (6th edition). He was built from the Bowmen sprue and is completely made from plastic. The following picture is a comparison between halberdiers. On the left is a Brigand from 1990 or 1991 (3rd edition). It's the only 3rd edition model with a halberd. The one in the middle is from 1997 (5th edition) and is made from metal. The model on the right is from 2004 (6th edition). He was built from the Men-At-Arms sprue and is completely made from plastic. The following picture is a comparison between spearmen. All models are made from metal. On the left is a spearman from the "F4 Feudals" series from 1987 (2nd edition). In the "Red Catalogue" he is listed as a Bretonnian model. He is in 25 mm scale, but doesn't seem to be smaller than the others. The one in the middle is from 1990 (3rd edition). He is already in 28 mm scale. The model on the right is from 1997 (5th edition). In 6th edition there were no new spearmen models released, though the option is still in the army book. The following picture is a comparison between foot knights. The first 4 models are made from metal. On the left is a knight from the "F2 Lords of Battle" series from 1986 (2nd edition). In the "Red Catalogue" he is incomprehensibly listed as an Imperial model, but the helmet crest obviously speaks for itself. He is in 25 mm scale. The second from the left is a knight from the "C26 Feudal Men-At-Arms" series from 1986 (2nd edition). In the "Red Catalogue" he is listed as a Bretonnian model. He is in 25 mm scale. The knight in the middle is from 1990 (3rd edition). He is already in 28 mm scale. The second knight from the right is from 1998 (5th edition) and was originally released for the board game "Warhammer Quest", but was later also released in a blister for WHFB. The model on the right was built by myself from parts of different 6th edition miniatures. He is made mostly from plastic, but the sword arm and the shield are metal. In 6th edition were no new foot knight models released, but the 5th edition models are still available.
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