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  1. Quelqu'un peut m'expliquer le parallèle avec Princesse Mononoke? J'ai pas vu et j'aimerais comprendre. Svp
  2. Je l'aime bien ce schéma moi. C'est exactement les couleurs que j'imaginais pour une armée venant de Hysh. Et il y a de grande chance que ce soit comme ça que je mette en couleurs mes Aelfs. Enfin de toute façon les goûts et les couleurs
  3. Ca marche différemment des traits de sous faction chez les Ossiarch ? Bonne nouvelle ces articles toutes les 2 semaines... cela dit ça veux dire que la sortie et au moins pour 2 mois je pense. Peut-être une sorti pour fin avril/début mai comme les Idoneth?
  4. Tout est déjà fixé aujourd'hui. Tout le travail de sculpture, d'écriture des règles et du fluff est déjà fini. Certainement qu'aujourd'hui le travail d'impression et de fabrication des grappes à commencer. Bref j'ai hâte d'en voir plus, j'espère qu'il y aura de nouvelles figs dans le prochain "bulletin".
  5. Je vois pas ou c'est écrit dans l'article. En tout cas très sympa ce bout de fluff. Il semblerai que les Lumineth se lient avec les esprits de Hysh, ce qui explique pourquoi Teclis a le Sphinx. Cela aussi augure surement des duo pour les héros avec des kits esprit + Aelfs.
  6. The Lumineth Lowdown – Part 1: Origins If you saw our detailed coverage of the mind-blowing Warhammer Preview from the LVO last weekend (you have seen it, right?), then you’ll know that a new aelf faction is on its way for Warhammer Age of Sigmar – the Lumineth Realm-lords! What’s more, we’re going to be guiding you through their lore and development all the way up until their launch so that you can learn all about them. Speaking of which, in the first instalment of the Lumineth Lowdown, we’re looking at their origins… Out With the Old, In With the New The old aelven pantheon is dead,* having perished long ago with the world-that-was. Yet when the Mortal Realms were formed and Sigmar travelled the fantastical new lands, he discovered that, like himself, some of his former allies had not only survived, but had been reborn anew as divine beings. Two among them were the twin aelven gods, Tyrion and Teclis. After working with Malerion to entrap Slaanesh in the Hidden Gloaming, Tyrion and Teclis began to siphon the souls of their former kin who had been swallowed by the Dark Prince during the destruction of the Old World. Of all the spirits drawn forth from the slumbering Chaos God, the most stable and pure became known as the Lumineth. They settled within Hysh, the Realm of Light, a paradisal land of geometric perfection. There, the Lumineth grew both wise and powerful from the teachings of the twin gods. From Darkness to Light Despite their nobility of spirit, the history of Lumineth Realm-lords is far from without incident, for no aelf could suffer an age of torment after having been consumed by Slaanesh and emerge unscathed. As is ever the way with the corrupting influence of the Dark Prince of Chaos, it was their own emotions that saw the Lumineth fall from the light. Yet before unchecked hubris and jealousy tore them apart, the Lumineth found salvation by returning to Teclis’ path of wisdom, knowledge and self-betterment, which ultimately brought their civilisation back from the brink of self-destruction. This period of enlightenment became known as the Reinvention, and it inspired every aspect of the lives they now lead. Following the teachings of Teclis, the Lumineth also learned to communicate with, and even channel, the geomantic spirits of Hysh – specifically those of the mountains, rivers, wind and zenith (or sky). This affected every aspect of their existence, from the knowledge they accumulated to the way they fought and the magic they employed. Lumineth warriors who bonded with the spirit of the mountain would be all but immovable in battle, stoically weathering the tide of enemies crashing against them, while their mages would bombard their foes with stones and crush them beneath rocks. This led the Lumineth to develop four distinct sub-cultures within their wider civilisation, each with its own orders of mages and warriors. By dedicating themselves, mind and soul, to the pursuit of furtherance in their chosen path, the Lumineth could better avoid the lure of Slaanesh. Aetherquartz Greater enlightenment for the Lumineth came through harnessing the unique properties of aetherquartz, the Hyshian realmstone, in specially designed jewellery. They discovered that they could endlessly reflect the power of Hysh within this realmstone to empower the mind, body and soul. This did not come without a cost, for even as it offered illumination, the aetherquartz crystal eventually grew dim, and so drained the emotions of its bearer to restore its inner light. To the Lumineth, who sought perfection in all things, such a sacrifice was well worth paying, for emotion was a path to corruption… to Slaanesh. Once the energy bound within an aetherquartz diminishes, it is left blackened by drained emotions. The Lumineth discard these spent stones, replacing them with freshly prepared aetherquartz to revitalise them once more. So, with each gem discarded, the Lumineth become more mentally, physically and spiritually gifted, yet grow colder and more aloof. The Peerless Armies of the Lumineth As one might expect from warriors and mages whose aetherquartz-enhanced skills have far transcended their natural capabilities, the armies of the Lumineth Realm-lords are among the deadliest in the Mortal Realms. They wage war with peerless coordination, their phalanxes of spearmen and formations of swift cavalry seamlessly working together to overcome even many times their own number in foes. Meanwhile, mages of incredible power rain down destructive, elemental magic to the utter ruin of their enemies. With the peerless martial prowess of Tyrion and the enlightened teachings of Teclis driving their every action on the battlefield, the Lumineth Realm-lords are the art of war made manifest. Now that you know a bit more about the Lumineth Realm-lords, next time, we’ll be taking a closer look at their miniatures – starting with their spearmen, the Vanari Auralan Wardens – and investigating the significance of their runes. In the meantime, head on over to the Warhammer Age of Sigmar Facebook page and let us know what excites you most about with the Lumineth Realm-lords. If you haven’t done so already, sign up to our newsletter to be the among the first to know what’s going on with all the latest news and articles. * Just don’t tell the Daughters of Khaine, as Morathi claims that she’s the oracle of the God of Murder, and they probably won’t take too kindly to being informed they’ve been duped into worshipping a long-dead god the entire time…
  7. Ca a déjà été remarqué vendredi ou samedi. Je me demande si les Aelfs vont sortir en boîte comme les autres nouveaux battletome qu'il y a eu depuis la sortie des Ossiarch. Et aussi je me suis amusé à compter le nombre de kit sorti pour les nouvelles armées. On est a 10 kits en moyenne sans parler des double kit. Du coup on aurait encore 6 boites à voir dont peut 3 double kit sur l'ensemble de la gamme.
  8. J'aime beaucoup l'idée des Aelfs qui partent en guerre accompagné des esprits de Hysh. Et du coup ça évite que le Sphinx de Teclis sorte de nul part niveau fluff. Puis ça permet aussi d'avoir autre chose que des Aelfs sur le champs de bataille, ça apporte de la diversité. Par contre j'ai quelques interrogations sur les lanciers. Je me demande si ça ne va pas être un double kit lancier/archer. Et aussi est-ce que le champion montré est vraiment le champion de l'unité? Parce que c'est pas dans l'habitude de les mettre sur un socle scénique. Bref hâte de voir la suite, les grappes, le fluff et les règles.
  9. Preco la semaine prochaine: The Mortal Realms have seen a lot of shake ups over the last few books, including the Shyish necroquake and the arrival of the Ossiarch Bonereapers. Now, Wrath of the Everchosen builds on these events as the forces of Death invade the Eightpoints, home to Archaon’s murderous followers and his nigh-impenetrable fortress, the Varanspire. The clash between two of the greatest generals in all the Mortal Realms, leading two of the mightiest armies, is a spectacle to behold for every fan of Warhammer Age of Sigmar, and is sure to have lasting ramifications for the rest of the realms. If you play a Chaos army (or want to start) this book is a must-have, detailing a new combined daemon allegiance. Included in the book are loads of new and exciting rules, as well as scenarios to represent some of the 13 unique sub-factions and wild battles of the epic war, with full campaign details if you want to recreate it yourself. You’ll also find updated rules for conducting sieges, plus using roaming monsters and even wandering endless spells in your games. Next week, you’ll be able to preorder the 104-page book in standard hardback and digital editions. We’ll be previewing this action-packed tome in more detail, so watch out for more information soon.
  10. Mephiston a eu le droit au même genre de présentation non? Avec des bout de la fig et une révélation plus tard. 2 semaines non?
  11. Faudrait peut-être arrêter sérieux... que la fig ne corresponde pas à tes attentes d'accord mais la fig n'est pas ratée. Teclis en pleine invocation et le Sphinx derrière en protecteur. La vidéo aide à s'en rendre compte. Teclis est bien devant le sphinx. C'est lui le boss. J'ai d'abord été déçu, puis en regardant plus et avec d'autres plans je l'aime bien ce dieu. Du coup j'ai hâte de voir Tyrion si il sortira avec.
  12. Je m'auto cite parce que... mes culpa j'étais pas assez réveillé, c'est bien Eltharion. Pour le visage à 39 sec c'est bien Tyrion je pense. N'oublions pas qu'on a qu'une partie de l'armée révélée. Rien empêche d'avoir une fig de Tyrion sur Dragon par exemple (bon c'est un peu du wish list deso). Dommage de ne pas avoir de bannière pour les lanciers... mais peut-être on la verra plus tard. Bref j'ai hâte de voir les prochaines révélations sur cette armée et surtout la date de sortie!
  13. Ils disent bien dans l'article "the Light of Eltharion" mais en suite il est écrit qu'un ancien héros renaît avec une nouvelle fig. Donc pour moi c'est pas Eltharion. Du coup je me demande bien qui c'est. Peut-être Caledor j'ai pensé mais bon pas sûr non plus.
  14. Aaaah ces Aelfs sont vraiment top! Je ne pensais pas qu'on aura ça en unité de base mais ça me va très bien. La fig armure vide est vraiment cool! Je me demande qui est dedans Teclis est effectivement bizarre surtout le raccord entre Teclis et le sphinx. Mais quand on le voit dans la vidéo ça semble être mieux.. bref faut voir la fig en vrai. Hâte de voir le reste de l'armée parce qu'il manque quand même pas mal de warscroll.
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