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  1. Je ferme, on ouvrira à nouveau quand on aura un peu plus de concret, sinon on va avoir dix signalement à la journée côté modo Rien ne vous empêche d'ouvrir un topic en section générale pour discuter de vos attentes d'une éventuelle v9 (s'il n'existe pas déjà).
  2. Je parie fortement sur un "Age of Myths", qui se passerait dans les huit royaumes au tout début de l'émergence du Chaos qui a fait basculer tout l'univers à sa seconde grande période: l'Age du Chaos.
  3. En provenance du gars qui avait annoncé les Bonereapers à la grande surprise de tout le monde : Pour résumer : - Janvier : Big FAQ repoussée et Seraphons - Février : Karadrons et Tzeentch Pas d'informations sur des décors / endless spells / nouvelles figurines.
  4. Les rumeurs étaient donc bien fondées : What’s a Mortal Realms? I dunno. Sounds like dere’s somefink called Gloomspite Gitz… I’d git dat wun.
  5. Vu qu'un rappel ne suffit pas, on va fermer en attendant d'avoir des vraies informations. EDIT : c'est marrant je me suis dit qu'en fermant, le sort ferait qu'on aurait des nouvelles très vite Gifts for Good Grots Oi! I’m da Red Gobbo, and dere’s just two fings I care about: destroyin’ da mekanisms of oppreshun, and makin’ sure all da grots have some goodies for Christmas. I’m here to help you out wiv at least one of doze. Shoppin’ for a good little grot or maybe a fellow revolushunary comrade? Take a look at deze lists for sum ideas. Yoo can’t go wrong with deze big kits – der full of sproos and sproos of da good stuff. Not only dat, but dey’re ded good value too – save yerself loads of teef!
  6. Je rappelle à tous un point du règlement de la section : * Ce forum est là pour donner des news, pas pour poser vos questions. Si vous avez une question à poser, celle-ci doit concerner un point précis et avoir pour base une information nouvelle. Merci d'attendre d'avoir des informations pour poster, les questions n'amèneront pas les détails plus vite.
  7. Hop voici l'article de présentation : Faction Focus: Ogor Mawtribes We hope you’re hungry, because there’s a veritable smörgåsbord of juicy new content for your ogor armies between Feast of Bones and Battletome: Ogor Mawtribes. Who are the Ogor Mawtribes? There are two distinct cultures of ogors – the brutal Gutbusters and the savage Beastclaw Raiders. Both are nomadic, driven by a supernatural hunger that can never be truly sated, and worship Gorkamorka. The Gutbusters roam and pillage, dominating and consuming all in their path, whilst the Beastclaw Raiders hail from the frozen wastes and raise hardy beasts for food, bearing burdens and making war. When the two cultures bring their formidable skills together, they harness incredible destructive potential. Whilst ogors are nomadic and barbarous, they possess greater cunning and wit than greenskins. They’re superb hunters and they make capable mercenaries if you can afford to feed them. Ogors are survivors above all, handling everything the Mortal Realms have thrown at them and then some… and they’re not afraid of throwing their weight around to get what they want. Why Collect Ogors? If you want to build an army with a low model count that still kicks, ogors are your jam. Though few in number, each model is bursting with character.* They’re fast to paint, so you can lavish them with detail as there are plenty of opportunities for fun techniques like tattoos and weathered metals. Plus, they’re easy to convert and build around a theme – ever thought about a Gnoblar horde, a gunline of cannon-toting brutes or a force almost entirely comprised of Monsters? They’re all possible with Ogor Mawtribes. How do Ogors Play? Battletome: Ogor Mawtribes brings Gutbusters and Beastclaw Raiders together into one force, so you’re spoiled for unit choice. Let’s start with the basics: Even your standard Battleline troops, Ogor Gluttons, are massive mounds of blubber and muscle with a furious hunger, and this is represented by Might Makes Right and Ravenous Brutes. Now, your most numerous ogor unit is an objective-capturing BEAST, shifting just about anything off of them and then stubbornly refusing to move. On top of being fantastic units in their own right, Butchers, Slaughtermasters, Huskards on Thundertusks – and especially Great Mawpots – are also able to restore Wounds to depleted units. With a few of these on the table, your enemies have to choose between trying to displace some very sticky objective holders or finding a softer target. Speaking of which, we’d be remiss if we didn’t also mention Gnoblars. Use these cheap and cheerful units to slow down your enemy’s faster-moving elements. Don’t underestimate their Scraplaunchers, either – they’re ideal for softening up large units of weaker models. Plus, they’re loads of fun.** More Than Just Ogors The Beastclaw Raiders offer further variety for your army build. Their mounted Heroes and Monsters are shockingly fast, hit hard and kick out mortal wounds left and right. If you want to overwhelm your enemies with a wave of muscle, tusks and stinking furs, look no further than the massive cavalry of the Beastclaw Raiders. A single Stonehorn Beastriders unit can potentially inflict a staggering 42 wounds in melee, if you’re very lucky, and an Earth-shattering Charge can boost that up to 54! There’s very little that can stand up to a well-placed charge from an ogor army full of massive, angry beasts. Just be careful to avoid getting bogged down fighting disposable screening troops. Dig in With Feast of Bones Whether you’re ready to dust off your ogors for another go, or start up a new army, make sure you pre-order Feast of Bones this weekend to get your hands on the new Ogor Tyrant, six Gluttons, two Leadbelchers and an Ironblaster! In the meantime, pick up the Start Collecting! Beastclaw Raiders box to form a solid core, and prepare for battle! * Or perhaps that’s just their belts straining under their considerable bulk. ** Which is probably why the ogors keep them around, since they’re no good for eating.
  8. Salut et bienvenue sur le forum. Je t'invite à aller te présenter par ici . Au passage, un tout petit rappel du réglement présent en haut de la page de la section : * Ce forum est là pour donner des news, pas pour poser vos questions. Si vous avez une question à poser, celle-ci doit concerner un point précis et avoir pour base une information nouvelle. Concernant les deux légions traitresses purement affiliées à un dieu, la question n'est à mon sans pas si ça sortira (vu le traitement qu'on eu la DG et les TS), mais plutôt quand. Et ça... Personne ne le sait Cela doit quand même être plus ou moins lié à la trame narrative, si on fait revenir un Primarque démon tous les mois, ça va commencer à perdre de sa saveur... Autant en terme de l'univers que des effets "wahou" que ces figurines procurent généralement.
  9. Hop préco de la semaine prochaine : Next week’s pre-orders are a veritable buffet of new models, rules and more! Let’s take a look at the menu… Feast of Bones Whether you’re looking to start an army of Ossiarch Bonereapers, Ogor Mawtribes, or both, you’ll want to get yourself Feast of Bones! Don’t take our word for it – here are Peachy and Nick with an unboxing video… Feast of Bones is a truly epic boxed set, packed with miniatures that let you fight fierce battles between the Ogor Mawtribes and Ossiarch Bonereapers. On the ogors’ side, you’ll find six Ogor Gluttons, two Leadbelchers, an Ironblaster, and a brand new Tyrant, while the Ossiarchs march to war with ten Mortek Guard, three Necropolis Stalkers, two Morghast Archai and Vokmortian, Master of the Bone-tithe. This set is your first chance to get your hands on the Ossiarch Bonereapers with Vokmortian currently only available in this set and the Necropolis Stalkers and Mortek Guard being released shortly after. It’s also your first opportunity to grab the Ogor Mawtribes Tyrant! Ossiarch Bonereapers Feast of Bones is your first step into the necropolis, but for any aspiring Liege-Kavalos looking to conquer the Mortal Realms, Battletome: Ossiarch Bonereapers is a must-have. This tome of dark and forbidden lore is your guide to the Mortal Realms’ newest army – an unstoppable legion of warrior-constructs forged from bone to subjugate all reality! Inside, you’ll find the background and sumptuous art that bring their dark world to life, along with top painting tips and a new set of rules with which to unleash the Ossiarch Bonereapers on the tabletop. This is a force unlike any other in Warhammer Age of Sigmar, featuring new game mechanics that reward you for grand strategic thinking and clever positioning – we’ll be reviewing it in more detail next week. No Ossiarch Bonereapers force will be complete without the Bone-tithe Nexus. This terrifying monolith doesn’t just make any tabletop it stands upon 120% more awesome – it also has some cracking rules. With one of these on your side, you’ll be able to smite enemies, punish Wizards, weaken key monsters and more – and it doesn’t even cost any matched play points. For those of you who’ve already fallen for the Ossiarch Bonereapers, don’t miss out on their special dice set or the nifty quick-reference warscroll cards. Ogor Mawtribes The servants of Death aren’t getting things all their own way, though. It’s been a cracking year for Destruction fans so far, with Gloomspite Gitz, Orruk Warclans, and now, Battletome: Ogor Mawtribes – a new army book that forges the Gutbusters and Beastclaw raiders into one glorious (and gluttonous!) army. Available in standard, Limited and eBook editions, Battletome: Ogor Mawtribes transforms the ogors into a deadly fighting force, with updated allegiance abilities, spell lores, sub-faction rules and much more besides. New lore, meanwhile, explores the distinct culture of the ogors, from explaining just what happened to the Everwinter to why they tolerate Gnoblars in their presence. We’ll be getting our teeth into the new book with some tantalising tasters next week, so stay tuned. Don’t forget the accessories! Aspiring Tyrants of the Mawtribes will be able to grab some (extra large!) custom dice as well as lay their hands on some invaluable quick-reference warscroll cards.
  10. Il y a toujours une réduction par rapport aux éléments prix séparément. ça dépend des boites et des années mais généralement on est à 30% de réduc sur le total.
  11. Comme il est taquin ! J'aime bien la figurine, même si je trouve qu'on est sur une figurine extrêmement proche du Lord Celestant plastique (on partage même l'armement).
  12. Pas mal d'annonces pour Warcry : Warcry: The future of the Eightpoints… Warcry – it’s pretty good, eh? Over the past month or so, hordes of you have sought tabletop glory in the Eightpoints, experiencing a new age of skirmish combat in the mortal realms and generally having a cracking time. So, with the game soaring in popularity, we wanted to give you an update on our future plans – of which we have lots! Firstly, a heads-up. The Warcry Starter Set, in its current form, won’t be around forever. We’re letting you know so if you’re looking to give a friend or family member the gift of eternal carnage in the blood-stained wastes of the Eightpoints for Christmas, you’ll want to grab your copy today. Check with your local store to see if they’ve still got the Starter Set on their shelves. Getting started with Warcry is still super simple, even without the Starter Set – just grab the Core Rules, then pick a warband and a Ravaged Lands set. Another piece of good news is that you’ve got loads of awesome stuff to look forward to for Warcry. For one, the excellent scenery from the box will be available separately before long, perfect for building Warcry boards and creating epic cityscapes for your games. For another, the Iron Golem, Untamed Beasts and Chaotic Beasts are available separately right now. After that, you can look forward to a new book containing rules for all the warbands in the game (and much, much more besides!), meaning if you missed out on their faction cards, you’ll still be able to play with them. What’s more, as the sharp-eyed among you will have noticed, we’ve got two more warbands on the way. As an early teaser, here’s one of the barbarous pit-fighters from the Spire Tyrants – the battle-hardened gladiator tribes from the Varanspire itself. It’s like someone crossed a Chaos Marauder and one of the Varanguard – then threw in a healthy dash of terror for good measure! Meanwhile, if Monsters & Mercenaries has you raring to tackle (or enslave!) more terrifying beasts from the fighting pits of the Varanspire, good news! All manner of monstrous horrors are on the way, like this brutal Fomoroid Crusher. Sick of your enemies hiding behind the scenery? Just enlist this guy to throw some at them. Simple! And that’s just a small taste of what’s to come for Warcry! If you’re still looking for a Starter Set, make sure to grab it now before it disappears. If you’re already sorted, secure your copy of Monsters & Mercenaries and await your chaotic reinforcements… Au menu : - En effet le starter set n'était pas dans des quantités infinies et sera bientôt indisponible (mais tout ce qui le compose est déjà sorti à côté ou est en passe de l'être) - Un bouquin qui contiendra tous les profils de bandes (y compris celles qui étaient sorties dans les cartes) plus d'autres choses arrivera d'ici peu - Deux bandes restantes à sortir - Un gros monstre chaotique pointe le bout de son nez
  13. Je ne vois pas trop sur quoi tu te bases pour affirmer que le kit ne sera pas modulaire du tout, d'autant plus qu'il sera en plastique et donc facile à convertir. @Albrecht de Nuln bien vu ! Je trouve qu'elles rendent mieux comme ça en plus.
  14. Pour répondre à tes questions sur les killzone, leur production a été arrêtée et ce depuis pas mal de temps pour certaines. Donc tu n'as pas trop de chance d'en trouver à nouveau en stock chez Wayland Des gens qui ont récemment commandé en Angleterre ont-ils noté des délais supérieurs à d'habitude ? Pour arriver chez moi généralement c'est moins d'une semaine, mais là ça fait dix jours que c'est expédié et je n'ai toujours rien, je me demande du coup si c'est normal ou si c'est mon facteur colis qui ne m'a jamais avisé, condamnant ainsi ma capacité à réclamer quoi que ce soit à mon bureau de poste...
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