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  • The old choas gods

    Calisson - - Homebrew 9th Age

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    I mean don't publish directly extracts from GW material - which are protected by IP.

  • The old choas gods

    Calisson - - Homebrew 9th Age

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    Homebrew, you do what you wish - within limits that moderators guard. One of these limits is no infringement of intellectual property, i.e. no posting here of photocopies. Beyond that, you may of course elaborate your own adaptation of Khorne, Slaanesh and others. Now, don't expect of course to receive praise from those who spend lots of efforts to create T9A very own background. But persons neither satisfied with AoS nor fully with T9A might find your work valuable.

  • Débutant O&G

    Calisson - - France

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    Salut. Tu as correctement identifié la section française pour cette question. Je les laisse répondre.

  • The goal here is not merely to make a new DE AB. The goal of this thread is to make a Taphrian AB for DE players. Horses did not go south of Sahara until European colonization because they did not resist tsetse fly. I'd try to use as much as possible the constraints of RL Africa to represent the best possibly a believable Taphria.

  • My concern for mounts is multifold: - African...ish - Models - not too unrealistic as a mount. No horse in Africa => take zebras, use horses painted with stripes, problem solved. Raptors, that is more complex. There is no raptor in RL Africa, nor in America. If possible, I would like to find an African fantastic mount. Furthermore, we're talking about DE, so the best would be an animal which Humans have trouble to tame (like zebras). For example, HE have lions, DE could well take them. However, …

  • Nouvelles du front : Discussion

    Calisson - - France

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    @Vigneron Tu dois pouvoir comprendre qu'entre jouer une armée de démons et se faire traiter d'adorateur de démons, il y a une forte nuance? N'oublie pas non plus que nous ne faisons pas notre jeu seulement pour un groupuscule de nerds franchouillards athées, mais également pour le reste du monde. Dont, par exemple, des Africains de l'Ouest francophones dont j'ai pu constater la piété impressionnante. La religion de chacun, on la respecte. La Légion, ben, c'est comme les Corses. On peut s'en moqu…

  • Nouvelles du front : Discussion

    Calisson - - France

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    A l'origine, l'Avent est la période religieuse précédant Noel. Pour cette période sont vendus des objets destinés aux enfants comportant des numéros de 1 à 25 avec des petites boites renfermant des bonbons. C'est à cette tradition, comprise comme laïque, que se rapporte T9A avec des petits cadeaux quotidiens précédant Noel. Mon souci, partagé me semble-t-il, n'est pourtant pas de gommer ce que nous devons à l’héritage chrétien, même s'il est perdu de vue pour une grande partie des lecteurs. Nous…

  • Nouvelles du front : Discussion

    Calisson - - France

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    Je réagis un peu tard, désolé, mais peut-être que la traduction française pousse un peu loin le bouchon ? Le texte original commence par "fellow Legionaries", traduit en "adorateurs des démons". Suivant immédiatement "Calendrier de l'Avent ", la référence religieuse est plus poussée dans la trad que dans le texte original. Or T9A se veut agnostique. On peut faire des références culturelles à connotation religieuses, mais il ne faut pas tomber dans la provoque. Pourrait-on se rapprocher de l'inte…

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  • The Steel Road

    Calisson - - Background & Stories

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    I was wondering if the construction was still going on. But no, can't be. You would not spend the efforts to build a railroad over mountains to just stop for hills and plains. Reason for not going further could be administrative: clearance from Tsuandan still pending. Or maybe their goal was not Tsuandan? Maybe they have found rare earth ore and the railroad links the mine with the consumer? Many railways in Africa link a mine to a harbor with just a wharf, not to population centers.

  • The Steel Road

    Calisson - - Background & Stories

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    Is the map accurate?

  • Dread Elves 2.0 Beta Armybook

    Calisson - - Dread Elves (DE)

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    Quote from Peacemaker: “I can tell immediately that ... a 1-2 years later. ” Wow! Are you a...

  • Quote from ferda: “@noir @KiRaHyuU guys, is the DE book next after daemons one? or is there anything between? (except for golden rules) ” As far as AB are concerned, there are talks to do simultaneously DE and ID, with two teams. I would not be surprised to see both starting in January, but I am not the one in charge. Nobody can tell who will finish first between these two. As far as other projects, there are a couple of side projects which are nearly ready but were delayed in order to let Gold …

  • @setrius Nagas trace to various backgrounds. The word Naga comes from Indian lore, and although Yuan-ti is a recent creation from D&D, it sounds quite Chinese.There is also an inspiration from Conan (illustrated in page 1), who was allegedly a Cimmerian, i.e. from Iran or from the steppes further north. Finally, Seth, also mentioned, is an ancient Egyptian god. Gorgona comes from Greek mythology. Along with the illustrations, the Naga realm could pass to be anywhere not too far from Iran and Afg…

  • Thanks for your ideas! - Cannons, no, Elves seem to be allergic to black powder. Magic is so much more reliable! Not forgetting tamed sea monsters. Animals: - Leopard, too small to replace hydra, even too small to be mounted. Cheetahs could be pulling the hunter's chariot, but for modelling purposes, better consider lions (borrowed from HE). - Leopard, rats and monkeys could make wonderful local Wandering Familiars. - No problem to have one or another model in a unit replaced with a Leopard. Wha…

  • Hi. Not to hijack this thread, but there is a new Homebrew started, which could be the opportunity to use some of the Idoneth Deepkin miniatures. Here is it: Dread Traffickers of Maphria Island

  • Hi. Not to hijack this thread, but there is another thread developed, where a few Nagas are associated with Dark Elves. Possibly some ideas from here may be useful there, and reversely. Dread Traffickers of Maphria Island

  • Hi, DE fans! A group of forum members has started a series of Homebrew AB based on various African cultures. As you know, DE is deep in my heart. I wished to start that Homebrew precisely before the new army book is started anew, so that some of the brainstorming done here may serve there. If you're interested, you're welcome to join us here: Dread Traffickers of Maphria Island

  • It's time for Africa !

    Calisson - - New army books

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    OK, time to start the DE Traphrian thread. Dread Traffickers of Maphria Island

  • Models. Games Workshop has an interesting range for maritime beasts: games-workshop.com/en-US/Akhelian-Corps-2018 Here: Kraken + hunting chariot + 6 knights as well as Nagas: games-workshop.com/en-US/Temple-Nest-2018 here, 20 Nagas and 1 Altar with Lamia. Other nagas: pinterest.fr/Kogni/miniatures-2-nagas/ Here find crocodiles. Or here. -=-=- Not to forget inspiration from another thread: The Naga Court – (Homebrew Faction)