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  • Quote from Konrad von Richtmark: “Infernal Dwarven slavery is more like real-world ancient slavery, which is a matter of legal status and to which race is entirely irrelevant. ” This is spot on. Daeb slavery, on the other hand, is thought like domestication of lesser species (not race: they do not enslave other elves). They do not need to advance Elven supremacy over other species, no more than real life humans would need to advance our own supremacy over the animals. Another difference is that …

  • Empire of Mondstahl

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    Sure, how would you like to see it described? Currently: Alternative to official factions EoS Name: Empire of Mondstahl - Theme: global reflexion on the whole book, especially order and parent system rethought. T9A Version: 2.0 - Pdf: yes - Battle report: NO - Fluff: snippets - Models: NO Link: Empire of Mondstahl @Casp edited here and in A list of Homebrew

  • She is a saint. Officially.

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  • There may be proofs of God and enough doubt for atheists, both in real world and in T9A world. For ancient Egyptians, Pharaoh was god. For most persons in the western Middle-ages, God and the Devil were real. Reversely, some Asian religions like Buddhism have no god. In T9A world, no reason why people would require more proofs than our ancestors did. Reversely, there might be some factions with little to no concern for gods or even afterlife.

  • Quote from destroyem: “It also helps teaching new players as character builds are one of the hardest things for new players to get right. If each book had 2-3 prebuilt characters on the forum it would really help. ” Excellent idea - fitting characters is something I always fail to achieve. Note, for this to happen, no need to wait for the team to make the decision and take the time. This is something which can be done by the community, and done well. Once done, call me, and we will see how to ma…

  • When there will be 18 LABs, each with 3 viable playstyles, - each competitive tournament players will have to understand how to deal with 54 different opponents, - the balance team will have to track the balance of each unit in 1485 possible combinations. Now, add an average of 2 supplements per LAB, assuming each of them comes with a single competitive playstyle. - each competitive tournament players would have to understand how to deal with 90 different opponents, - the balance team would have…

  • When discussing what T9A 17th and 18th factions could be, or what EoS Supplement factions could be, bear in mind that we're talking about a very remote future, so anything can be only pure speculation. To my best knowledge, the only decision already made is that the 17th faction should be named Iron Crowns. Not decided to the day: - which cultures will be included in IC is not defined at this stage. Arcalea, sure, but beyond? - what could be the 18th faction is not defined. Not even which race i…

  • Quote from Giladis: “@WhammeWhamme it would be better we move this to a PM since it is off topic in relation to ToW. ” Or, instead of a PM which few people can read, better start a new thread: Speculation about future new T9A factions Please discuss there speculation about T9A factions. Please limit the discussion here to the topic: Warhammer, The Old World.

  • This converstaion originates from Return of the Warhammer Old World by GW?, in the Other Games forum. Since it is of general interest, I bring it here. Quote from BlackLobster: “If GW release models for Cathay and Kislev, would T9A add equivalent armies to the game or would they just fall under an Empire style? ” Quote from DanT: “(not commenting in staff role) Quote from BlackLobster: “If GW release models for Cathay and Kislev, would T9A add equivalent armies to the game or would they just fal…

  • Quote from Marcos24: “Cool camel riders that can be used for Vassal Cavalry for anyone interested, available on MyMiniFactory the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…56bb367462a2ac9a6e3b6d5ea the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…56bb367462a2ac9a6e3b6d5ea the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…56bb367462a2ac9a6e3b6d5ea ” Quote from Marcos24: “Cool camel riders that can be used for Vassal Cavalry for anyone interested, available on MyMiniFactory the-ninth-age.com/community/ga…56bb367462a2ac9a6e3b6d5ea the-ninth-age.com/…

  • It's time for Africa !

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    Quote from Ghiznuk: “I was also thinking, @Calisson, isn't the Southern Taphrian tip in the way of Ninth Age equivalent of the « Roaring 40s » ? or something ” No, the latitude of T9A "South Taphria" would be more like the southern tip of Madagascar. The west coast likely to have a cold current pushing north, plenty of fish but dry, desert coast (like Namibia). The east coast likely to be wet with warm current pushing south, winds from southeast bringing warm rain pouring on the high altitude mo…

  • Quote from arnadil: “If authors are not working on their homebrew army anymore, it would be nice if they shared the files to edit the current versions. There are some obvious things that should be updated (like costs of command group models for instance). I guess others would take over if they had the permission and the files. I, for example, would update the Koghi, if I had the files. ” Please do! You're my guest. Quote from Calisson: “EDIT: latest version of the Army Book to be found here: The…

  • It's time for Africa !

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    No, the idea is that the process has not been completed by the authors (me included). The first documents made had the title of the thread changed to incorporate "please playtest", to little effect. If some stats seem aberrant, they probably are, but the authors did not realize. In that case, please let them know in the appropriate thread. In case the authors are still active on the thread, they may take the time to update the document.

  • It's time for Africa !

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    Homebrew = do it yourself. My participation in the development of the homebrews found in the first post of this thread was focused on the creation, from background to delivery of the first version. To go further, someone needs to playtest.

  • It's time for Africa !

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    Quote from arnadil: “Cool. Are there already taphrian vampires? ” Homebrew, yes: The Vôdun Vampires of the Mangrove

  • It's time for Africa !

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    I did use Mercator maps during my whole career in the Navy. Very convenient for navigation on a paper map.

  • It's time for Africa !

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    Could everyone calm down? Here, we discuss the opportunities to develop armies inspired from Africa. I should say, from the Africas, plural. Some of us, aware of the large differences between living in a savannah, a jungle or a plateau, are keen to get inspiration from the various pre-colonial empires which ruled large parts of the continents, and the associated civilizations. Some others are just happy to see exotic, non-European cultures represented, even if they tend to amalgamate sub-Saharan…

  • Quote from tiny: “@Calisson There seems to be a step missing in our onboard process. ” Actually not a process issue, just a manpower one. EDIT: actually Flea Market was in the list already .

  • I don't know whether you aim for more perfection, but Klepa looks a bit too small compared to Flebag and the backpack. Nonetheless, the scultpure looks more appealling than the drawing!