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  • Recensement des clubs en francophonie

    Ghiznuk - - France

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    ok, ça sera fait à la prochaine mise à jour

  • This, I fully agree. Hippos are a recognized S-Tier class, and no nerf in sight. I mean, they're one of the last large mammal species alive who conquered all of Africa and is now busy conquering South America, despite all human interference, amazing. youtube.com/watch?v=mfPCFQfOnLg Quote from Reliquary: “I've known that since Richard Dawkins forbade pluralizing hippopotamus as hippopotami ” I had to think about it a little bit, but that makes a lot of sense, by the way ! Since it remains only on…

  • ok but the point is that the « hippo » in the name does not designate a hippopotamus……

  • Quote from Reliquary: “a hippogryph. To begin with, it's a hippopotamus ” what ??? no, the « hippo » in the name is a reference to it being half-horse lol where did you get that idea Quote from Reliquary: “Wish GW had never thought up all these units. They were trying to make WHFB into AoS for some time. ” yes indeed !!!!! Quote from Reliquary: “Did not mean that literally. Am surprised you both interpreted it that way seeing as there's no visual resemblance. Described it as a hippopotamus becau…

  • Quote from Reliquary: “"Bordeleaux" sounds weird next to "Glastonbury" and "Worcester" but it goes magnificently with "Gastonne" and "Chevreaux." I wouldn't say either of these name-sets is better than the other but they each evoke something different. ” Expect both those names in the fluff, just, they won't be places in the same region, no. Equitaine is bigger than just France, and there are strong regional differences…… Our Equitaine draws from at least 4 different RL cultures (France, England…

  • T9A lore videos

    Ghiznuk - - General Discussion

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    i can upload on the portal

  • Sinon la dernière MàJ est dispo en allemand, espagnol, polonais et russe, si ça te dit

  • T9A lore videos

    Ghiznuk - - General Discussion

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    Wooooooooooh !!! Can you send me a WeTransfer link in PM ? I'll check if it's good and then if it is, i'll upload

  • et n'oublie pas que l'effet qui cible toutes les unités à 6″ vise aussi l'Idole elle-même !

  • They're more « Ancient Atlants » than « Ancient Aliens » as for the rest, the world is said to have been created by the Titan of Order, Mother Cosmos, folding her Veil around herself to protect from the Titan of Chaos, the Father (according to WotDG FAB, at least ), so in that regard, no need for aliens and indeed, I would find it logical that this be a one-planet universe.

  • oh sorry i overlooked that one

  • The 9th AGE - Meme Thread

    Ghiznuk - - WWW Topics

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    Eskimo Callboy hahahaha what the hell

  • Quote from Lord Drakon: “Still don't like Ordo, are there not more knightly names we can find? ” Well they're not knights, so… Quote from Lord Drakon: “I somehow feel the new KoE being a mix of EoS & DE instead of that unique KoE vibe. ” really ?? how ?? that army has nothing to do with them, trust me Quote from Lord Drakon: “Free knight is too bland ” I think they should be called « Errant Knights ». More like the Rônin sort. Quote from Lord Drakon: “King arthur and other 'knight prototype' sto…

  • Quote from Davian: “I would like more french names in KoE ” I would like more Breton names in KoE Knight –> Markheg

  • Quote from Sir_Sully: “Lord Sainted - could be a different entry as there's no comma between the two words in one list but there is in the other. Could just be the new Grail vow. Who knew people would scrutinise so closely... ” i confirm, there should be a comma there Quote from Sir_Sully: “I'm not going into everything as some of these (e.g. Feudal knights) feel like a rehash of something we already have. ” well… Quote from Sir_Sully: “Prayer Etched Ring Maille - This feels like where the bless…

  • Quote from Nemeroth: “I too am pumped for KoE. I’ve got an Asklander warband and I’m thinking of putting them on 20mm bases with 25mm converters so I can use Anglo/Dane/Norman 10th-12thC theme for KoE but still have that Viking aesthetic for Asklanders. ” This, by the way, would be fully supported by the fluff as it's been established that the Far North of Equitaine is strongly Saxon in inspiration, going as far as « Rohan » in some places.

  • It's time for Africa !

    Ghiznuk - - New army books

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    oh, yes indeed, something seems amiss with the Statue stats Quote from Eldan: “"Rain Queen" sounds like weather magic to me. Probably connected to agriculture. Which immediately makes me think Egypt and pharaonic nile flood rituals, but we can do something similar with seasonal rains. Which should be about October to March in South Africa? ” Yes, I also think so. Another thing would be to define what kind of civilization it is and how it emerged. Maybe interaction with elves ? (for good or bad) …

  • It's time for Africa !

    Ghiznuk - - New army books

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    By the way, to all of youse wondering what it feels like living in modern cyberpunky Africa today, this video explains it all (WATCH FULL SCREEN AND SOUND LOUD UP !) youtube.com/watch?v=nqpd1A5nKsA Important to watch until the end and to pay attention to every single little detail in the scenery, costumes, dances, etc. then draw your own conclusions lol !

  • It's time for Africa !

    Ghiznuk - - New army books

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    Guys, For all of you fond of high African fantasy not necessarily grounded in historical factions, there is an opportunity to develop a new Taphrian faction : « The imperious Rain Queens of the Cape. » This should provide for « horned pegasi, enormous elephants, grootslangs and giant tortoises ». They're meant to be located at the tip of Southern Taphria. Since historically there never was any civilization in this region, we have no actual culture to ground ourselves on (well, apart from the loc…

  • It's time for Africa !

    Ghiznuk - - New army books

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    Quote from Col. Tartleton: “I remember reading about how the Ebola outbreaks in Sierra Leone were disrupting tourism in Kenya despite the fact they're thousands of miles away ” I remember checking recently, if a UN office had to hire me and i want to remain close to Abidjan. Turned out Geneva is closer than Nairobi. Quote from Shlagrabak: “There are other common biases that we inherit from a eurocentric perspective too: the equator is not in the middle (changing what appears to be at the center …