Warhammer/Tactics/8th Edition/Orcs & Goblins - 1d4chanNice work as always! I have a couple of questions regarding your works as a whole: - Your sources: I assume you base most or all of your work on GW material, but I'd like to see the sources you use in the PDF's themselves, for example on the very last page. I mostly ask because I find it easy to use your books as material for when I talk with my friends about Warhammer, and especially the more obscure factions Cathay, Estalia, Amazons etc. For the most part I credit the original authors by name on the Contents page, listing each and every White Dwarf and WFRP book would be a bit more difficult as I do not always know who has written what particular part. But yes, pretty much everything in the "official" army books are from official GW sources, only a few of the new units have fan-made fluff. The idea is to include the AoS units in such a way that there are no difference between them and the Old World. Otherwise I will release rules for AoS models in a separate pdf where they do not fit with the original background.
Warhammer Fantasy Orcs & Goblins Army Painted by Blue Table Painting
The great Green Tide is the army for any player wishing to field an army with an insane number of models and perhaps the widest variety of options per force org slot in the game. Orcs are right killy and excel in their specialized role of cc, but tend to suffer from their terrible leadership and initiative stats.
Warhammer: Orcs & Goblins
Wyverns and Maw-krushas are too different to be lumped into a single thing Maw-krushas are as different from Wyverns as regular dragons are. One is like a giant, flying snake; the other is a giant, flying, scaly rhino. In fact, both of them still exist separately in AoS to this day. Still, I'll see if I can work them in with some unique rules. They're basically giant dragon-like beasts, and can fit seamlessly within oldhammer as well. They'd be Toughness 5 and Initiative 2 instead. The first spell involves Gork and grants the Warchanters unit Devastating Charge.
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The book includes background information, illustrations, and game rules for these races. The Orcs and Goblins represent a generic Dark Ages warband army with little internal cohesion and discipline, and relying on the ferocious charge and individual fighting skills rather than organized generalship. Gorbad Ironclaw, atop his vicious boar Gnarla, was the mightiest Warlord that ever lived in the warhammer fantasy universe. Gorbad Ironclaw and his tribe, the Ironclaw Orcs, absorbed the Broken Tooth tribe along with the local Goblin and Night Goblin tribes, to create a massive force of Greenskin warriors. Gorbad's army conquered the territories of Solland and Wissenland, but Gorbad himself was wounded in the fighting. At the fortress of Altdorf, the Waaagh!