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  • Quote from Giladis: “edit: @Hombre de Mundo how come you are so interested in medieval south Slavic faction with a sprinkling of Turkic and Iranian influences? ” I mean, eastern Europeans are known to be kind of crazy, like the rednecks of Europe. In Fantasy, they'd be like an Orc mindset in a human body. I find that to be quite enticing for a supplement, esp from a rules perspective. But there's also plenty of people who enjoy the sort of Kislev-ish aesthetic and there's lots of model choices. …

  • The most likely of the popular picks for me are Volkskaya as an EoS supplement, @Giladis be damned Also, I'd say it's highly likely that we'd get some far eastern rep in the form of Terracotta Supplement Army for UD. I mean, it's right there.

  • Quote from Giladis: “What T9A will not do is produce additional material based on the work of just one company, whether that are units or armies. ” Quote from DanT: “generally speaking t9a doesn't introduce any factions based on the actions of any single manufacturer, GW or otherwise. ” For those that are curious or may have hazy memories of adapting new GW creations, in the very nascence of T9A there was a goal to do just that: Quote from 2015: “1. Rewriting rules for broken parts of the game, …

  • You have to forgive us. We were democratically deciding how to best construct the compendium. Then, some top tier tournament player guy barged in and yelled something about cast dice and now we're all in a jail cell while he's calling the shots!

  • Quote from Op-Models: “We proudly present our first Kickstarter campaing: index.php kickstarter.com/projects/op-mo…s-pre-supported-stl-files ” I'm happy to see that you've almost met your goal! Keep going!

  • Quote from Davian: “I find any kind of god-killing weapons being very unbelievable and a little boring. And the mere existance of such a weapon is making a lot of theological discussions very complicated. And not in a good way. ” I disagree. Remember, this isn't a literal god but an avatar, a god in the flesh. Killing the body =/= killing the god. And while the body is certainly a heck more resilient to damage than a normal person, it's not indestructible. You just need to produce a sufficient a…

  • If I am not mistaken, you can't single out the war platform unless your range attack is focused. However, if the war platform is larger than the unit it has joined, you distribute ranged attacks evenly. Page 103 of BRB: "Characters [war platforms count as characters with a bunch of exceptions] are of a different Type –or– different Height The player making the attack distributes hits onto the R&F Health Pool and Characters. All simultaneous hits must be distributed as equally as possible, me…

  • Quote from ValourUnbound: “Quote from Hombre de Mundo: “Streamlining with other chariots make sense and would give more room for modeling. But on the other hand, a smaller, faster unit on a smaller base makes sense from a gameplay standpoint, especially if we field a lot of large units to boot. ” That just about sums up the options. ” yes but I don't want options, I want answers! Tell me what to think!

  • It's a fair poll, much better than the previous Dictator base poll. So good job on that! Now, before I and all sensible senators cast our votes in favour of a normal, common sense base size for the Dictator (50x75 or 75x75)... Does anyone have any good arguments for either base size for the Dreadmill? I haven't played this unit so I don't really have a strong opinion either way. Streamlining with other chariots make sense and would give more room for modeling. But on the other hand, a smaller, f…

  • Quote from Idum: “Quote from Hombre de Mundo: “Total Warhammer 3 being pushed back to 2022 def makes me think they're aiming for a 2022 Old World release... ” Thought the same too, especially with the now pretty much direct link between both (the quote I put below + stamp "the old world" on cathay pics) ” I mean, we've known of the collaboration before and the Kislev Ice Guard were TOW concept that ended up in the very first trailer of Total Warhammer 3, but this further cements it. Also, if Cat…

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    Quote from Monsieur Ramior: “Can you cut the pretty sexist remark on the "women aren't buid to fight", also the : ” I didn't say that. Everyone is built to fight, of course. However, some are more suited for it than others. Human beings overall are not very well equipped for fighting compared to most animals our size. And it all comes down to who you're fighting against. Women are not suited for physical conflict against men, they have a big disadvantage in that arena. That might be sexist... by…

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    Quote from Monsieur Ramior: “Quote from Hombre de Mundo: “No culture is known for sending women into battle and when they did, it was a big deal. ” The Scythians was a well know egalitarians society were womans were warriors and its specualte that was an standar for central asian nomadic culture. Dai Viet (ancient vietnam) was also an egalitarian society, some even think down right matriarcal. The Nubian Kingdom of Kush have Female warrios, some of them even lead army. The Dahomey are also a goo…

  • Total Warhammer 3 being pushed back to 2022 def makes me think they're aiming for a 2022 Old World release...

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    Quote from Monsieur Ramior: “Saw the video, love it, but I have some issue. Din't like the female only units, classic China culture is not know for their egalitarion society. ” No culture is known for sending women into battle and when they did, it was a big deal. With fantasy it's always gonna be a bit different but yeah, for humans it's definitely weird, takes me out of it. Also, while I did like the giant statues a lot, they're far too agile. I don't mind them doing cool martial arts moves at…

  • Right. The Main rulebook, the Arcane Compendium and the 16 army books are part of the core ruleset. The Giants and the auxiliary armies are part of the Supplement category, which are essentially add-ons. All tournaments have their own rules and setups but if nothing else has been stated, it's the core rules and content you go by. This is also stated on the downloads page, good job website team!

  • Quote from LordNelson: “Quote from Maelstorm: “ V-dala figusrspelsförening usually plays at tuesday evenings at the V-dala nation building, but we haven´t really started after covid yet. When we do, it´s a good place for casual pick-up games or planned games. ” Thanks! That sounds great. Could you let me know if/when things start moving again? As I understand it from people at the uni, the expectations are that October is the moment that people will start doing more stuff again? ” @Maelstorm is …

  • Quote from Lagerlof: “Quote from Jarec: “Also, how many were there just as yes-men, to give their positive vibes? As in, if the book was made to the specifics of the more critical people here, how many of the same positive people would still be there to say the book is good and kudos to the team? ” Did you just compare us to russian bot accounts? xD ” Lol how silly hahaha... *hides user gallery*

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    An old thread of mine needs to be deleted (perhaps after the person I quoted has had a chance to respond).

  • Quote from rolan: “Actually I would really like the supplements to be official, because while some people might be lucky to get to play them at tournaments, most of us don't. ” The supplements are as official as anything else, just not part of the core rules. The very nature of the supplement armies follow this: They are off-shoots of the main armies or present alternative ways of playing them. Things like Giants are like-wise add-ons. To make it easy for the team to make creative and fun supple…

  • Quote from Lagerlof: “Quote from rolan: “I think you overestimate the relevance of supplementary books.Those things are mostly illegal at tournaments, so you can only play them privately. I can play anything privatly, the only time I care about the official rules is at tournaments, and there I cannot use supplementary books.So there is no use pointing to those addons, they do nothing to solve the problems players have with the restictions of the new books. ” We (in Sweden) have lots of (usually …