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The latest issue of the 9th Scroll is here! You can read all about it in the news.

  • Only two of those lists didn't take the steam tank. And the ones that didn't have a lot of artillery instead. Kinda interesting

  • Update! 29 players signed up so far. Venue has changed to be in Fullerton, California. Entry is $50, will go up to $60 after May 31st. Player pack and all other details are available here: socaljoust.weebly.com Hope to see you there!

  • Los Angeles/Ventura/Bakersfield

    Wstanley - - West Coast

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    We will be having a 2 day, 5 game GT on July 20th and 21st called SoCal Joust. Find more information and register at the following website: Socaljoust.weebly.com

  • Registration for SoCal Joust is live! Please share and sign up through the following site: SoCalJoust.weebly.com

  • Registration for SoCal Joust is live! Please share and sign up through the following site: SoCalJoust.weebly.com Basic info - July 20 - 21 2019 Anaheim, California 5 rounds, 4500 points Tournament pack and other items will be updated on the above site.

  • What if we just changed it so that instead of DT (1's and 2's) it's just DT (1's). That takes the spell down a notch but still keeps it versatile.

  • Players around Los Angeles?

    Wstanley - - Player Search

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    Tournament is still pending a viable venue; I'm in talks with Shuffle and Cut in La Habra. Dates (unless something changes) will be July 20-21 2019. Two days, 5 games. 4500 points. I'll share more details as they become available.

  • The Ninth Age Mexico!

    Wstanley - - General Discussion

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    We're planning on having a 2 day Grand Tournament here in Orange County in the middle of July, I'll be sure to message you the details once they come out!

  • The Ninth Age Mexico!

    Wstanley - - General Discussion

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    Glad to hear it! You might be pretty close to us in Southern California; we have a few players in San Diego that are close to the border. Maybe we could travel down to one of your tournaments or vice versa!

  • Dusting off my Vikings

    Wstanley - - Asklanders

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    Looks good! And yeah once they fit on a regiment tray you won't need to worry about rebasing them or anything. The Asklander book provides so many opportunities for theme. I might need to put something together myself...

  • Tokens

    Wstanley - - Empire of Sonnstahl (EoS)

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    I have some wooden tokens which I got a few years ago, I forget the brand. But others have used a custom Magic: The Gathering card making tool to make order cards. Sorry I can't provide any links at the moment (I'm at work) but they're definitely out there. Just poke around a bit on the forum and online and you'll find them. I'll say that I like the tokens much better because they're about the size of a quarter, much smaller than cards and easier to keep track of on the tabletop. Good luck!

  • Quote from Smythen: “An extra order (not stackable with the offensive one). Could be more defensive granting distracting or shieldwall. So we can hold better first round and then start the grind on the countercharge. ” I'm worried that would overlap too much with the role of the Arcane Engine? Or would the roles of the Arcane Engines change as well? I could see them being a sort of magical artillery. It could be fired in the Shooting phase but needs to use Veil Tokens to be activated or somethin…

  • Quote from Marcos24: “Send in the Reserves - Marshall upgrade, one time use. - When a unit of 30+ models loses at least half the R&F models it started with, in the following movement phase roll a d6. On a 1-2 a single unit replenished 3 R&F models. On a 3-4, 5 R&F models. On a 5-6, 7 R&F models. ” Maybe on your army list you could pay extra points for "Reserves" - as in you pay for 20 extra heavy infantry, which can be used to replenish another unit at some point of the game, given that a few re…

  • Quote from Marcos24: “lol i think with battle focus and hatred the current net result is the same if not worse ” I agree, the amount of damage some of the Empire units can dish out (a horde of Imperial Guard with Great weapons with a few characters for example) is pretty ridiculous. Doesn't feel very human if they delete another unit with hardly any casualties. Some ideas that I would like included in the full book: 1) Acceptable Casualties - Some sort of rule that simulates the raw man power of…

  • I have to say, reading all of this is really inspiring. It's good to see that the game is growing and that "Oldhammer" players are coming out of the woodwork. In my area (Orange County, Southern California) things have been rough. A few years ago we had a pretty strong community of 18-20 players, but over the last few years many of them have moved out of state. And it seemed that the people that moved were the main hobby drivers who attracted the most followers, so losing them was especially tou…

  • Fluffy Background for my EoS Army

    Wstanley - - Archive

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    Last night I played against Ogre Khans. Here is the account from the eyes of Knight Commander Stanislaus: The cold air stung as the column tramped it's way up the snowy hillside. They had been riding through the night; the first pinpricks of sunlight were barely visible over the crest of the hill in front of them. Stanislaus, hearing the news of the raiding party of Ogres, had taken as many mounted men with him as possible and left the foot contingent behind. It was essential that his force reac…

  • Fluffy Background for my EoS Army

    Wstanley - - Archive

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    The Battle of Marshal Pass Commander Stanislaus rode forward to the head of the column, curious as to what had caused the delay this time. Time was of the essence; they had to reach their allies before they were cut off by the rampaging greenskin horde. And that meant making their way through these mountains. As he reached the front one of his scouts rode up to meet him. "Dwarves, lord commander." He said, gesturing to the gleaming wall of iron, bronze, and beard. "Thank you sergeant. Call for a…

  • Fluffy Background for my EoS Army

    Wstanley - - Archive

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    Got a game in against Dread Elves the other night and pulled out an 11-9 win. It really should have been closer to 15-5 but I had some really bad dice the last turn. Still a great game though. Here's the fluffy account of it: Grassy plains rolled out in all directions, as far as the eye could see. The late summer grass was brown and wilting under the hot sun as it was crushed by the feet of marching soldiers. For two days now Stanislaus had been in pursuit of the slavers, hoping to catch them be…

  • Fluffy Background for my EoS Army

    Wstanley - - Archive

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    A few nights ago I had to chance to play a big game (10k points per side) against a Vampire Covenant army. Quite an enjoyable game, and quite quick as well. Setup and take down included we finished in under 4 hours. Below is a fluffy account of how the game went. As Stanislaus sat on Traveler waiting until nightfall he remembered back on the events of the last few days. The Lion's Pride had discovered 3 separate villages, all of which were devoid of life and burned to the ground. Not only were t…

  • Fluffy Background for my EoS Army

    Wstanley - - Archive

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    A few days ago I played against Highborne Elves and got royally stomped. Here is a fluffy account of the bloodshed. Rain pattered against steel as the Empire lines drudged forward. Thick mud was making things difficult for the wagons, who were still dangerously exposed in the middle of the valley. Stanislaus cursed this unnatural rain; it had not rained like this in the wastelands for decades. To make matters worse there had been reports of a large Elven force harassing merchants in the area. Fi…