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What Empire Army(s) Do You Have?
« on: September 19, 2019, 11:20:09 PM »
What Empire Army(s) Do You Have?

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If recalling correctly I have units for ...

Averland
Marienburg
Stirland
Wissenland
Tilean Sforza Family Mercenaries based out of Tobaro
Tilean City State of Castanzio
Tilean City State of Bracciano
The Border Prince City of Matorea
Town of Tussenhof in Hochland
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Offline Warlord

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Re: What Empire Army(s) Do You Have?
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2019, 11:22:27 PM »
Sorry, if we are sharing empire variants, I have:
Hochland army
Stirland army
Reikland / Altdorf army
Middenhiem / Ulric army
Cult of Sigmar army
Mercenary army
Araby army
Beginnings of a Cathay army (not assembed, but pieces assigned)

Different models / ranges give each a distinct theme...
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Re: What Empire Army(s) Do You Have?
« Reply #2 on: Today at 07:06:07 AM »
I hope for most this topic is still relevant in this subject

http://warhammer-empire.com/theforum/index.php?topic=32944.0

Anyway for me Altdorf.. though it is on the todo list to reform to AoS. But will keep the color pallet (just swapping out bases)
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