What's on your mind?
Maybe he wants to change state of Brettonia but he fears the uprising of the nobility, because they want to remain in power.
So he doesn't want to star civil war which would weaken kingdom,and make it easier prey to hers enemies.
Look the end times was a crappy way to kill off Warhammer fanasty, we all know this. So how do you think they could of managed to end Warhammer fanasty in a better way?
Attention all dung shoveling peasants and big ball bradly lords it is Valentine’s Day and the Emperor wishes that yours is a good one
I recently tried to access the Gitzman's Gallery, a website that contains resources for Warhammer RPG. I like to use the maps as they are the most accurate you can find, but when I click on the site from Google, it is clearly not Gitzman's Gallery.
I'm letting everyone know this incase you too use the map and are in need of it.
This is the link that should work properly for people, so you can access it.
Wish me luck guys have an interview today
To Bigfatfatty. Would you be interested in good old Bart and Ratty?
Hello everyone, I'm Hexonith! But under the assumption that you fine folks can read, that was already known. Figured I would formally introduce myself either way, and ask some questions while I"m at it! I'm a fan of Star Wars, Elder Scrolls, Warhammer 40K, Batman, and comic-book characters in general. I should note that while I enjoy WH40K, I don't collect the models or play the tabletop game. I'm more into the story and video games, and that's the same for WH Fantasy as well
I'm also a new-ish fan to Warhammer Fantasy. I knew it existed and all that, and knew a few of the Factions...but definitely not to the extent as I know WH40K. So that's where the questions come in, and I do apologize for this first one. It seems like a sore subject, and likely one that's been asked before. I mean no offense, of course! But I'll get to the questions:
Why is Age of Sigmar disliked?
I do have some guesses, but they're shots in the dark. I'd rather hear from this community on their reasons, if possible. But for me, someone who doesn't collect or paint or anything...the models and artwork look kind of awesome. Furtheremore, the story seems kind of like Fantasy but on a different scale. Instead of warriors and knights, you've got these god-like Stormcast Eternals and stuff. So my only guess is really that either A. People lost a lot of money and value in their collections when the new stuff came out or B. People didn't like how the End-Times went down
And of course, both make sense to me. IF that's the case, anyway. Could be both of those reasons or another one that I didn't consider, and I truly ask my question out of ignorance and not malevolence
Are Chaos groups on the same side?
Might seem like a dumb question. As far as I know, the Empire of Man has allies in the Bretonnians, Dwarves and High Elves. Like they're fight aside each other and stuff. But is this the same way for Chaos? Would some Norscans be cool with Skaven, for example? Because technically they're both Chaos! I guess I'm just a little bit confused on the who Forces of X thing, because it doesn't seem to mean that these Factions are buddies or anything
Suppose that's all for now. Might have some more questions later, but thanks for any assistance!
As I have mentioned numerous times, when you make a D&D word based on Warhammer, changes will come. And one of those changes involves making the forces of order much more powerful, because I needed a way to put in creatures listed as Celestial, and give players who gain power from positive aligned planes of existance, and gods something to draw their strength from. To that end, I created a realm that serves as the opposite coin side of the Realm of Chaos. The Realm of Peace is the home of the non-Chaos gods, and is the resting place for souls not claimed by Chaos. That being said, the Realm of Peace is not entirely Heaven, as you can be evil, but not follow Chaos. Thus, Mirai, the Elven Underworld is part of the Realm of Peace. But compared to the Realm of Chaos, it IS heaven. Additionaly, evil humans who did not worship Chaos re also punished there, as are good humans rewarded.
Additionally, like the Realm of Chaos, there are parts of the world where the viel seperating the world and the supernatural are thin, thus allowing energy from the Realm of Peace to make contact with mortal reality, creating the Winds of Magic. In other words, magic comes from both the Realm of Chaos, and Realm of Peace. Does this break too much of the lore? If it does, are there any suggestions for tweaking this?
Has anyone in total war mortal empires managed to confederate all the skaven legendary lords before any die?
Also is there any flying units or characters from the skaven? In lore not the game. You'd think skryre would invent something or moulder would've mutated something
Imagine if Goblinoids and Orcs from D&D, Goblins from Goblin Slayer and the Greenskins of Warhammer Fantasy all appeared in the same territory out in the Boonies just outside of civilization. Would they be able to occasionally come to a temporary compromise or would they always be at war with each other.
D&D side (Goblins, Hobgoblins, Bugbears and Gray Orcs)
Goblin Slayer side (Goblins and all their variants including champions and a lord)
Warhammer side (Squigs, Snotlings, Goblins and Orcs)
Considering how even Warhammer Orcs have made temporary allegiances in combat, it is possible.
I may dislike the End Times, but that doesn't mean I can't find inspiration in it. And one of them, is that in my Warhammer based D&D world, that world was created following the destruction of this world at the hands of Chaos. And part of that, had to do with the fact that our world also had Chaos worshipers. But they were closeted, and secretive individuals and cults.
And the most prominant ones became Demon Lords following Chaos's victory in our world. So, on. this thread, write down a list of real life people whom you think would make good Chaos worshipers. The only rule is, they can't be someone whom you know personally. It has to be someone who is famous enough to have a wikipedia page. Here are some individuals I'm considering to be revealed to have been Chaos worshipers in my campaigns.
Doug Walker: Internet comedian and critic
Johnny Depp: Film actor
Donald Trump: US President
Alexander the Great: Macedonian King
George W Bush: US President
Vladimir Putin: Leader of Russia
Harvey Weinstein: Film Producer
Adam Lanza: School Shooter
Charles Manson: Murderer
Jack the Ripper: Serial Killer
Timothy McVeigh: American Terrorist
Joseph Stalin: Russian Dictator
Kyle Martin: Internet comedian and critic
Michael Dante Diamartino and Bryan Konietzko: Creators of Avatar The Last Airbender
Justin Carmical: Internet comedian and critic
Stephen King: Writer
That's all for now. But enough about me. Who do YOU think would make a fine Chaos worshiper?
20 Votes in Poll
If you make a Middenheim warband can you have hand guns and hunting rifles?
How would you define his loyalty to the chaos gods
In the immediate backstory of my Warhammer inspired D&D world, a terrible warv similar to the End Times, ended four years ago. The War of the 4 Alliances. The Alliances were the Alliance of Life (Empire, Bretonnia, Dwarfs, High Elves, Wood Elves, Lizardmen), the Alliance of Chaos (Daemons, Warriors of Chaos, Beastmen, Skaven, Chaos Dwarfs) the Alliance of Destruction (Greenskins, Dark Elves, Ogre Kingdoms) and the Alliance of Death (Vampire Counts and Tomb Kings).
The final battle of the war was a final climactic showdown between the combined armies of the Alliances of Life and Chaos. The battle itself ended when the Empire slew the Everchosen, thus the Forces of Chaos started fighting among themselves, and were easily routed. But where would be a good place for such a battle? I don't want Middenheim, because that's too obvious. Another option I've considered, is that the Forces of Life invade the Realm of Chaos itself. But that might be WAAAAAY to much of a terrain advantage, and the heroes would be too vulnerable to the whispers of the 4 dark gods, as their presence is strongest there.
Any suggestions for location?
Anyone with a good explanation from the lore will be great