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The Count's Tavern / Re: Happy and Random Thoughts!
« Last post by wissenlander on Today at 03:37:21 PM »

Feels like the Captain Hammer part of "A Man's Gotta Do" would work fairly well, too, Rowsdower.
The Count's Tavern / Re: What literature are you reading?
« Last post by wissenlander on Today at 03:31:41 PM »
Enemy Within by Richard Lee Byers is a really good book.  Outside of the Genevieve series this is probably my favorite Warhammer story.  Byers is a good author, I've read some of his D&D stuff and they were good, but I'm not as enthralled by that lore as I am with Warhammer.  I think this is the only book he's written for Warhammer, it's been on my wish list for a couple of years and it's been a fun read.
The Count's Tavern / Re: Gamer thread
« Last post by Demonslayer on Today at 02:13:08 PM »
I... liked the long war mod, definitely had a lot of fun new things. However I never finished the campaign- there were a few too many things to juggle around for my taste. Too many countdown timers saying "you have to fix this NOW or you're screwed". Then you try to work on those things and you're dragged kicking and screaming into another random game...

Don't get me wrong, I love the game, but at the time I needed a break, which sadly turned into months of not continuing.  Might have to go and see about that, I think the Hunter is still standing outside my downed plane waiting for me to come out and shoot him in the face a bazillion times...

Edit: Wait, that's the War of the Chosen, not the long war. Downloaded both at the same time and apparently I mixed them up. Never mind :)!
Seemed to be an increase in number of folks pledging over night, and at 132K the funding seems certain.
Funded. Join the bandwagon, people !

WHFB The Electors' Forum / Re: Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 4th Edition
« Last post by Padre on Today at 09:40:56 AM »
I would bloomin' love to do WFRP again. I'd run 1st ed, however, as I used to create die modifiers for all sorts of attempts at tactics etc. It's the world, the story, the group of friends together aspects that I love. If I had time, I would embrace this new edition, convert old scenarios etc. But what hobby time I have gets used for the Tilean campaign, and that is slow enough!
WHFB The Electors' Forum / Re: Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay 4th Edition
« Last post by Oxycutor on Today at 08:42:10 AM »
I think I've been on both since the early days of them.  I already used Discord for actually playing, since I use Roll20 for the Virtual Tabletop and character sheet, and Discord for voice chat to play.  In fact the character sheet, and being able to store a library of NPCs makes Roll20 useful enough I'd use it even playing with friends around a table.   

All I've collected from those so far is a load of careers that one guy had done.   i still may not even use them, as i expect future supplements from Cubicle 7 to cover new career anyway, but it's nice to have them.  I've also seen a few conversions of The Oldenhaller Contract, but not much else.  i haven't really been paying attention though.
The Brush and Palette / Re: They pay, I paint, they play
« Last post by Silvero on Today at 08:02:41 AM »
Thanks to all of you guys! Feel free to drop some critique as well - it is never too late to get better...

Here are some final pics of Hurricanum/Luminarc...
Chariot alone

As Hurricanum/ Forecast machine

As Luminarc/ Death ray

Most of the parts are just arranged together, I couldn't really show all of the stuff. Some of the part seem not needed to paint, since hurricanum is missing big metal ball in the middle...

The Brush and Palette / Re: My Grand Barony of Nordland Army
« Last post by Silvero on Today at 07:44:47 AM »
I'm so sorry for those state troops getting smashed by chaos warriors. Not sure if even two warrior priest are enough  :icon_biggrin: :icon_biggrin:

Two beautifully painted armies clashing - wargamers wet dream  :-D
I just said "sexist", so it's not just about the poses. The difference between "sexy" and "sexist" is in our heads, is cultural, and that's my personal take only.

Thanks for the info on height. Sadly, she's too tall for my collections.

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