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  • A) Seul un combat créé avant la phase de melee en cours, et pas encore resolu peut l'etre. B) Si tu resouds un combat, toutes les unités engagées y participent, peu importe si elles l'ont rejoint avant ou pendant la phase de melee en cours. C) Les unités gardent le statut de la charge jusqu'au ce qu'elles aient participé a leur premier round de combat. 1) n'est pas possible, a cause de B. 2) est la solution correcte. 3) une kippa surgelée.

  • Quote from Ghiznuk: “Et peut-être aussi pendant la Phase de mouvement, avec un Mouvement aléatoire (quoique je ne sais plus à quel moment se fait ce mouvement). ” Etape 2 de la phase de mouvement, apres avoir rallié les unités en fuite, mais avant de bouger les unités sans mouvement aleatoire. Du coup tu as raison, on peut bien creer des combats pendant la phase de mouvement. Fut un temps ou il avait un sort qui permettait de bouger une unité au contact d'un ennemi si je ne m'abuse, mais je ne c…

  • Ca veut aussi dire fourche, y compris dans le sens d'une bifurcation : ici, la separation entre la version publique et la version privée en developpement.

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    Quote from Eisenheinrich: “Quote from Villon: “I was reading, Lugar gains Kadim Manifestation, and Kadim gives him Flaming Attacks to ALL his attacks, ranged and Melee... If he cast a ranged attack like Fireball, is with 2 instances of flaming? the one of Kadim + Pyro? maybe he is thinking in that combo? I'm doubting too xD in a tourney i will use it, because it says "ALL" ” In addition to my previous quote from the BRB, we also specify in the magic phase chapter: < 13.G.a Spell Properties 6 – E…

  • To be honest I wish they didn't go with The Lady and Grail, as this is just exactly the Arthurian myth (and by extension GW, as this is one of part of their background they didn't even try to rework) as opposed to being an inspiration. Even outside stories about lineages, one thing both France and Britain have in common in their history leading up to the medieval period is that they were both populated by Celtic people, later invaded by Romans (with a big cultural influence), and then again by g…

  • Quote from Pellegrim: “Quote from Shlagrabak: “think one of the reasons why French forces are a prevalent source of inspiration here, ” and here I was thinking it was the fromage .. It was saddle sweat?! ” Well there you go, you have your next question for Herr Selig: what are some famous cheese types from Equitaine? Calembert, Pont-le-vicaire, Elemmental, Tomme de Pavois, Broue or maybe some Miroille?

  • If my understanding is correct, he wasn't the founder, the story of King Arthur had already been a part of the british folklore for a few centuries and other authors like Geoffrey of Monmouth had began writing about him before Chrétien de Troyes added his own (albeit important) elements to the story like the Holy Grail, Lancelot or Perceval. Quote: “Although the themes, events and characters of the Arthurian legend varied widely from text to text, and there is no one canonical version, Geoffrey'…

  • I think one of the reasons why French forces are a prevalent source of inspiration here, beside the round table knights thing whose lore was expanded by French authors in a second wave of influence, is that during the crusades a large part (but not the entirety) of the forces were either French, speaking a French dialect or under French political influence, though later on Germanic forces became at least equally important in terms of troops. Here are Christian forces in the first Crusade: (Hidde…

  • The 9th AGE - Meme Thread

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  • Quote from Pellegrim: “However I don't think thats relevant in the greater picture where GW lore actually dominates the canon. ” That's something that can be tested. Show to the general audience some generic pictures of feudal knights in fantasy setting and other art passably representing T9A's KoE faction. Then ask people the first word they think about while seeing these pictures, and see what percentage say "Bretonnia", "Warhammer", etc. (Hidden Content)

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  • Quote from RomanRagnorak: “I am struggling with what it actually means to outsmart your opponent, if that isn't what I was doing by not telling him he hadn't seized the objective, so if you could clarify that it may help me down the correct path. ” For me it means winning because of a strategy, not because of an edge case or technicality with the rules. Meaning both players know in advance and agree on how a situation is ruled (or as it comes up), e.g. what if you are only tangent with a terrain…

  • Quote from Stygian: “Quote from Shlagrabak: “For more casual play, this is what I think about: 1. Make it fun for your opponent. Congratulate them when they make that risky call and win, use friendly banter and humor when things don't go as planned. Try to make their enjoyment yours, and you will always have fun. 2. Focus on the story. What would my general say? Is this an epic battle, or does it have hilarious moments where that Gobbo lord is going to facepalm at the Mad Gits finishing off one …

  • For more casual play, this is what I think about: 1. Make it fun for your opponent. Congratulate them when they make that risky call and win, use friendly banter and humor when things don't go as planned. Try to make their enjoyment yours, and you will always have fun. 2. Focus on the story. What would my general say? Is this an epic battle, or does it have hilarious moments where that Gobbo lord is going to facepalm at the Mad Gits finishing off one of your units? If it is memorable, it is a sh…

  • Quote from JimMorr: “If there was no Sigmar there would be no Sunna. ” I personally disagree, if you mean this with regard with choices in the background (you could say that T9A was created because WHFB existed and was discontinued, but I think if the religious figure was something other than Sigmar we would still have Sunna). Rephrasing your observations could look like this: In ancient times, before our culture was, ("barbarians") came a hero uniting people against adversity. We are their chil…

  • Quote from Pigtails: “hmm, similar name. and they're the primary god of the empire. the empire that's apparently germanic. with the exact same units between the two. kind of hard to buy that there's not more than a little sprinkling of 'inspiration' there. ” Point 3 and 4 are a bit moot here IMO, yes there is a faction based off of the Holy Roman Empire with similar roster, but that's a mechanical similarity to enable people to play with their old collection. As for the similar name, doesn't it …

  • Ca se limite seulement au coup fatal, dont ca fait partie du formatage de la regle (c'est aussi en gras pour cette meme raison). La VO d'ailleurs liste les deux dans l'ordre opposé (Coup fatal (contre les betes) et Tirs 2), donc aucun doute possible sur la reponse.

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  • Quote from Eldan: “Quote from Shlagrabak: “There's a lot of other content & quality of life changes. Games see more list variations and more suspense until the last turns due to the efforts in balancing. ” List variation, I think, has never been much of an argument with the smaller groups I know. Before I started playing at a game store that had 20-30 regulars that were there most weekends, I played for 5+ years with just two buddies from middle and high school. Never met an another player in th…