I just started. Does anyone know any cheap characters?
What's on your mind?
Bonjour je me demandais si quelqu'un pouvait me guider sur le choix de "faction" et si il était bénéfique d'acheter un starter kit ou pack . ( Warhammer 40000 ).
Scenario: Total War has released an End Times Campaign where you play as ALL the non-Chaos factions in sub-campaigns, and it's all boiled down to a final stand at Middenheim. Your objective? You must hold the line for two hours while Sigmar, Malekith, Alarielle, Nagash, Balthazar, Tyrion, Grimgor, and Caradryan stabilize the rift. Don't worry, this time there's no Mannfred. You have completr control over an army of Imperials, Bretonnians, Elves of all 3 sub-factions, Dwarfs, Lizardmen (Who in this version don't ditch the world), Greenskin's, Ogres, and Undead of both Vampire Counts and Tomb Kings.
The Computer will throw wave after wave of Daemons, Chaos Warriors, Beastmen, Skaven, and Chaos Dwarfs of completely random units at you. (Such is the nature of Chaos) And they are lead by Archaon.
How would you deploy your forces? What units would you choose? You can place units on the ground, in the battlements of Middenheim, and place a blockade of air units.
are there any other pirate novels except fell cargo? i can't find anything because wiki has no book articles and lexicanum has only for a few newer ones
What are your thoughts to Mourkain being added as a settlement in WH2 for the greenskins update?
I know that Galbaraz has a unique building chain for the vampire counts about Mourkain but I’d like to see it be it’s own thing.
Or even be “ruins of Mourkain” and have a heavy ghoul presence.
At least something different to fight for the greenskins that isn’t dwarves or other greenskins!
The badlands in general could use a bit more population I think.
What are your thoughts?
Been playing the vampires in total war and i read the first 2 books of the vampire wars a while back so i thought i'd go through the wiki and check out the characters and i noticed isabella's death in the wiki and in the books is different. On here it says she throws herself off the walls and lands on spikes after vlad gets beat but the book has it that she gets imprisoned and interogated and eventually kills herself with a stake in a wee dark room. Why are they different and which one is right? I'm saying the book's the one that's right, that's my opinion
After playing The Lord of the Rings LCG for years, i only just discovered there is a Warhammer fantasy LCG, wondering if anyone knows if it's any good or have at leats played it?
I been looking into lore of warhammer in this wiki alot and since I started TW:WH franchise and give you guys a Thanks alot , btw also I am from turkey and english is not my native language soo yea
Let’s do a good old hypothetical here. With the recent partnership of GW with marvel, if it’s successful it could eventually lead to, down the line, a movie or tv franchise (Just living that optimists dream here).
So in this hypothetical state, if they were to decide to do a movie or tv series based on the exploits and adventures of one specific vampire character, who would you like to see? And if you got the desire to say so, what specific adventure or story would you love to watch created?
So for those of you who know jojo bizarre adventure and what a stand is.
What would Vlad von Carsteins stand name amd abilities be
So I know Bretonnia has Damsels that use Magic but do they have Men that freely use Magic as well?
I've decided to make a Questing Knight of Bretonnia and as usual am drawing blanks for a name. And suggestions would be awesome just to help the creative juices start flowing. He's from Artois and his dream is ( besides becoming a grail knight) is to ride a pegasus.
What other highelf lords would you like to see in TWWH2?
I think it’s safe to say that Eltharion will be in a cross game DLC pack with Grom the paunch.
And in the ME map he could start in the badlands, which would be a super fun campaign!
Other than him who would you like to see added to the game in an FLC capacity?
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For my Warhammer themed D&D world, I've had to take some liberties with Warhammer lore in order to make it fit with the rules and settings of D&D. This means I can't create new classes based on professions found in Warhammer. Instead, I've had to modify some D&D classes to fit the world of Warhammer. For example, I've changed the colleges of magic into colleges for each class that uses magic (The WInds of Magic remain mostly the same). But what class do you think the famous Witch Hunters would fall under if any players wish to create characters who desire to hunt rogue magic users?
Who do you think has the greater chance of being the next LL in the next total war warhammer dlc?
Books say that for every servant of Chaos who is rewarded by their patron god with Daemonhood, there's another servant who is killed and/or devoured by their patron god.
Now, obviously each god has different desires and views, and has different expectations for their followers. So how would each individual god decide which servant gets rewarded, and who has outlived their usefulness? What do they each judge their servants by?
It really seems like the vampire coast has the upper hand big time but for stupid reasons. Mournghouls have the thirst but vargheists don’t? Depth guard have the thirst but blood knights don’t? It seems like the Vampire Counts could use some quality of life changes that the vampire coast is already benefitting from.