They drink warm beer which may be a reference to how brits drink beer at cellar temperature instead of chilled beer, their battle cry is "victory or death" which is the heraldic motto of several Irish and Scottish clans and they repeat questions in their speech which reminds me of Glaswegian slang.
What's on your mind?
Solomon the White-a smartass white wizard who's very charismatic.
Randalf the Grey-a sunglasses wearing grey wizard who is overly fond of pipe-weed.
So after recent announcement undescript game trailers and such, I've been thinking about our best bird boy
So one head sees the future and the other the past, right? Does that mean that he can just insta-win any fight or he knows it's a loss so he should just wait until the time he knows he wins? Like in a 1v1 is the only way to beat him doing something purely random and out of nowhere? Then in a pitched battle with armies even if he knows it's a loss, why does he continue with it?
Making a small detachment of Ghostly Skeletons, this is the first.
Does anyone remember when Archaon was resurrected/protected from death by the God of Chaos, and Possessed the Mark of Indivisible Chaos, giving him the blessings of the Four Chaos Gods? If you still remember, please tell me in which part, thank you
Do they worship him due to sea being one moment peaceful horizon of soft salt breeze and one moment later wrekced by cyclones and gigantic waves?Same as them being bipolar maniacs who are "nature lovers".
Do they have like a over arching witch hunting order they or at leasr some of them report oto
Okay, so I remember doing the Alcadizaar page a while ago when he popped up when I was reading the Time of Legends: Nagash Immortal novel. However, due to canon issues, I wonder if I've made a mistake.
I know for certain that he drunk from the Elixir of Life, so wouldn't that make him a Vampire? If so, how come he wasn't afflicted with the Vampire curse like feeding....
Does anyone have the book to double confirm this? I lost mine a year ago...
So i know there are demon princes of the individual gods and I know there can be undivided demon princes but can there be one who serves 2 of the gods say khorne and nurgle or 3 of the gods but not a 4th
I've been thinking about different factions, sub-factions and characters to associate with Metal just for lolz and think Gloryhammer would fit the Cult of Sigmar while Powerwolf would fit the Children of Ulric
I created an article for Skaraargh Fleshmaul. Can someone please expand the article once game 3 is released?
For example if you flashed your dick to a Dark Elf Sorceress or if she threatened to torture someone and they said "You should know better than to threaten me with a good time" before taking off their shirt and revealing tons of scars.
Let's say a renegade Dark Elf Sorceress feels that Necromancy would get them a lot of power especially with an army of the Undead. Would they be willing to learn it?
After the appreciation received by the Tilean map update, I decided to prepare and share other material created for my campaign. This time it's about the gods of the Old World. It seemed strange to me that online it was not possible to find an image that summarized the relationships between the main deities of the Classic and Old pantheon, so I prepared this diagram with photoshop, as always it is strictly canon material.
As the Hordes of Chaos decended upon the Old World an unsettling turn of events occurred. Men, Beastmen and even Skaven who had stood alongside the legions of Chaos Undivided suddenly turned on their allies stabbing them in the back shouting blasphemous words that made even the Dark Gods themselves shudder.
And one pale grim-faced man led them.
"Dread-axe thirsts for you!"
Ok the Empire establishes a New province, Neuland for instance, how would they go about choosing a new Elector Count?
The Chaotic Horde
Be'lakor, the Dark Master-Daemon Prince
The Blood Host of Khorne-one Bloodletter cohorts led by a Bloodreaper, one pack of Flesh Hounds
Ozrul Wrathheart, the Houndmaster-one Daemon Prince of Khorne mounted on a Juggernaut
The Wandering Plague Host-one swarm of Plague Drones, one Plaguebearer cohorts led by a Plagueridden
Cholera Netherblight-one Daemon Prince of Nurgle
The Host of Excess-one cohorts of Daemonettes led by an alluress, three fiends of Slaanesh
Baphomet, The Great Goat-one Daemon Prince of Slaanesh mounted on a Steed of Slaanesh
The Host of Change-one cohorts of Pink horrors with standard bearer, musician and led by an Iridescent Horror, one swarm of Screamers of Tzeentch
Stre'rzoth Firegazer-one Daemon Prince of Tzeentch
The Horrors of the Forest-eight Chaos Spawn, one flock of Harpies, one swarm of Chaos Furies and one herd of Gors with a musician and led by a Foe-Render
The Town's Defence
Guts-Mercenary Captain with a magic sword, a repeater crossbow and magic armor
Ash Williams-Mercenary Hero riding a horse and wielding an experimental handgun
The Wise Man-Hireling Wizard
Reikland Patrol Deserters-one unit of Empire Crossbowmen, one unit of Handgunners led by one Marksman with a Repeater Handgun and one unit of Empire Halberdiers.
The Reikland Roadwardens-one cavalry brigade of Pistoliers and one cavalry brigade of Outriders led by a Sharpshooter
Fakir, Saleem al-Muhammad-one Arabyan Magician riding a Flying Carpet.
The Town Watch-one regiment of Imperial Huntsmen led by one Tracker, one regiment of Empire Crossbowmen, one unit of Mercenary Pikemen, one Empire Great Cannon with cannon crew and one Regiment of Free Company Militia.
The Hounds of War-one pack of Imperial Hunting Hounds led by a Hunt Master.
The Wolfmen of Middenland-one Congregation of Wolf-kin.
Father Wulfric-Warrior Priest of Ulric with a Wolfshead Emblem
Cousin Okri's Fightin Dwarfs-one regiment of Mercenary Dwarfs, one Mercenary Dwarf Cannon with cannon crew and bombardier.
The Warriors of the White Wolf-one regiment of Warriors of Ulric
Father Sieg-Warrior Priest of Sigmar
The Vagrant Doomsayers-one congregation of Flagellants led by a Prophet of Doom
The Geese-one Poultry Swarm led by one Swan Rider
Boog-one Mercenary Giant