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    warhammer :battle elfe noirs; 40K :tau; Bloodbowl : nains du chaos, nain, pouris de nurgle, tous les elfes, orques, MV, necromantiques, gob. Nécromunda :delaque; chronopia :dévots ; Warzone :mishima,symétrie obs; Confrontation :MV, Dirz, gob; Warmachine :Crix, sig; ...

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  1. True Royalty Graces Necromunda – Show Obeisance to Lady Haera, 13th Daughter of Lord Helmwar Citizens of Necromunda – lay down your weapons, doff the rags you use for caps, and prostrate yourself before the most gracious, noble, and sagacious Lord Helmawr’s 13th trueborn heir, the current claimant to the Helmawr throne, and bona fide fashion icon – Lady Haera Helmawr. She is your better in every way – a royal scion with millennia of breeding, wealthy beyond the dreams of all but the High Lords of Terra, and bristling with the technological baubles of a more enlightened age. That said, she is also a sociopath and backstabbing murderer, directly responsible for the deaths of dozens of her siblings and rivals, and indirectly accountable for the deaths of many thousands more. A schemer from the cradle, she has gleefully conspired throughout her short life to ensnare servants and nannies in byzantine games of duplicity. And when she’s not plotting her ascension to the throne of Necromunda, Lady Haera likes a night out in the hives, painting the town red… with the blood of anyone foolish enough to get in her way. Her ornate, high-collared cloak is supported by three servo skulls. It may appear ostentatious to a mere pleb, but her robes hide a refractor field, while the skulls provide 360 degrees of vision – elegant and effective. Lady Haera is also a formidable duellist with the Backstab and Dodge skills, coupled with a phase sword and power spear. The latter has a teleport module to hurl the weapon at some unsuspecting grunt only to have it return to her hand. Make sure you’ve got plenty of red carpet to roll out, as Lady Haera will be available to grace your gang some time in the new year.
  2. Stock Up On (Relatively) Fresh Meat In Necromunda With a Corpse Harvesting Party Fighting an endless gang war over the underhive and across the ash wastes is guaranteed to work up an appetite. There’s no way the members of House Goliath can maintain that much mass without constant doses of protein – and the occasional pre-packaged sandwich from a Promethium Refuelling Station just won’t cut it. That’s why everyone on Necromunda absolutely loves heaped servings of delicious corpse-starch – at least, according to the corpse-starch marketing board. This morbid ambrosia doesn’t grow on trees,* and that’s where the Corpse Guild makes its bacon. Er, figuratively speaking. PreviousNext Known officially as the Mercator Pallidus, the guild dispatches its Corpse Harvesting Parties to collect the raw… materials… required to supply each hive’s corpse grinder plants. Led by the Pale Consorts and their Bone Scrivener attendants, these parties act as prospectors of dead meat, hunting rich seams of “freshly” disposed bodies ripe for recycling. When war rages between rival gangs, these graveyard gatherers are on the scene to harvest a fresh corpse-crop. Staving off the scent of death with ornamental rebreathers, they poke and prod their quarry with surgical tools to determine their worth – before the Pale Consort orders her Corpse Grinder heavies to hack up the unfortunate acquisition. Corpse Harvesting Parties can get a little… overzealous. Post-battle, any fighter who suffered a Critical Injury might suddenly, inexplicably, stop moving. The Scrivener will pass any indigestible valuables on to you, but no-one’s going to see that ganger again – except in a particularly juicy pie. This resin posse of free-range bodysnatchers will be up for pre-order soon. Sign up to the Forge World newsletter to get the latest underhive recruiting opportunities sent straight to your inbox. * Or rusty struts, moss-coated pillars, fungal stanchions, or whatever passes for a tree in the underhive.
  3. C'est quoi qui garantit que ça ne parle pas du prochain battle tome pour aos? Bon il ne reste que quelques heures avant d'en avoir le cœur net.
  4. Deux bandes sans aucun œil à peindre! Le rêve! Vraiment très bien ce système de gamme de décors qui s'étale sur plusieurs sorties. ça permet de mettre en commun les décors d'un groupe de joueur pour avoir une table cohérente.
  5. Tu entends quoi par obscur? Tu montes (et peints) tes figurines et tu n'as plus qu'à jouer, pas besoin de se soucier des règles de constitution de pile, de restriction et tout le toutim. Grace à ce format le jeu est repartie dans notre assos. Par contre maintenant que l'on joue plus régulièrement pas sûr que l'on reste sur ce format. Certain decks tournent bien d'autres sont plus bancals. Du coup la tentation de modifier les piles commence à se faire sentir. Quitte à récupérer des listes sur internet. On joue en soirée certes mais pas au point de passer du temps hors soirée à préparer/peaufiner les decks. Merci pour le lien. J'aimai bien lire l'Underblog mais il n'est plus mis à jour. Désolé pour le double poste, manifestement l'édition du précédent pour ajouter de la deuxième citation à scindé le post et deux. Edit modération : Fusionnés.
  6. C'est exactement ça! Entre le motos du culte genestealer celles de necromunda et toutes les montures chelou d'aos on ça pouvoir faire des teux sympa.
  7. Effectivement, les changements ne sont pas négligeables. On se remet petit a petit au jeu dans notre assos avec des joueurs qui se sont arrêtés ou commencé à différente saison. Du coup on a eu du mal à gérer les différentes règles pour les pions objectif. Par exemple visible ou pas? Qui choisit quel set d'objectifs utiliser? Neutre(S1/2), fatal(S3/4) ou ombre(S5/6)? J'espère que cette version répondra à la question.
  8. Cool ça ! Du coup on a un nom et un descriptif officiel pour faciliter l'organisation de tournoi dans se format.
  9. Te! Te! Te! On ne discute pas la mode! Ce n'est pas parce que l'on va dans le sable qu'il faut avoir l'air de plouquette! Blague à part, si c'était en plastique cela aurait été un ajout cool même sans sortir de la ruche. Mais de la résine bof bof. En tout cas ça a le mérite d'exister pour ceux qui aiment ça.
  10. Wow les deux bandes sont magnifiques ! Les squelettes sont très beaux. Le chaotique avec la lance a un masque qui me fait penser au Predator de Prey. J'aime bien. 4 Decks rivaux ! Je suppose qu'il y en a deux spécifiques aux bandes de la boîte et deux génériques. Si les cartes génériques sortent sous forme de deck rivaux c'est cool !
  11. Not Even an Endless Radioactive Ash Storm Stops House Escher From Looking Slay It’s a time of massive upheaval for Necromunda, and House Escher has a major part to play in the new expansion The Aranthian Succession: Cinderak Burning. The House of Blades is venturing out into the ash wastes, where stylish equipment is key to survival. Give your gang a fighting chance with the Escher Ash Wastes Upgrades pack from Forge World – a 30-piece resin toolkit guaranteed to make your matrons stand out in their next wasteland dust-up. Breathing what passes for ‘fresh air’ on Necromunda isn’t recommended, and each of the 10 new heads cover their mouths with respirators, masks, or very optimistic bandanas. Presumably they’re also equipped with industrial-strength hair gel, to keep those bombastic bouffants from being blasted by ash wastes weather. Experienced Eschers never leave home without a supply of stims and chems from the Apprentice Clan Chymist – doubly so when a faulty Cutter jetbike might mean a long trek back to civilisation. A good backpack is perfect for carrying flasks, blades, and outlands trophies – plus a few bottles of Emperor-knows-what for the road. Once they’re all tooled up, your gangers will look right at home trekking out into the badlands for that clandestine meeting with the mysterious Lady Credo. The all-resin Escher Ash Wastes Upgrade pack is coming soon from Forge World. In the meantime, sign up to our newsletter so you get the latest Necromunda news delivered right to your inbox.
  12. Pour être honnête je trouve les nouveau dos des cartes moche mais ça ne change pas grand chose. La couleur des anciennes variée trop d'un paquet a l'autre et rendait déjà obligatoire l'utilisation de protège carte opaque. Finalement faire un CCG demande un minimum de savoir faire. Clairement GW ne l'avait pas au début. Qualité des cartes variable d'une sortie à l'autre, règles approximative sur la temporalité des effets...
  13. House Escher’s Top Bodyguard Protects Her Matriarch One Slice at a Time Necromunda is gearing up for its biggest upheaval in millennia, as the Aranthian Succession rages in the wake of the opening of the Great Rift. Major movers and shakers are going all in on powerplays that could reshape the planet itself – and as Adina, the Matriarch Primus of House Escher, bids for influence over squabbling nobles, her gene-sister Athera stands ready to brutalise those who’d do the young Matriarch harm. The Matriarch’s Blade has been at Adina’s side since her ascension to the Council of Crones. Known across Necromunda as a deadly fighter with her master-crafted chainaxe, Athera often acts as her sister’s proxy in matters of honour, allowing her to single out an enemy ganger with a challenge – and gain bonuses while they occupy her full attention. Wherever Athera goes, her Caryatid companion Stix is never far behind. These strange winged creatures are said to sense ill fortune – a trait especially valued by the Escher – and their forewarnings are prized in the ever-dangerous underhive. House Escher gangs can petition Athera and Stix for aid as a House Agent, while players taking part in a Succession Campaign from Cinderak Burning can enlist their services regardless of their gang – providing they side with a certain rogue noble’s rebellion… Athera and Stix join Vespa ‘Minx’ Merdena and the Escher Cutter jetbikes as part of the upcoming narrative expansion for Necromunda in The Aranthian Succession: Cinderak Burning. The succession crisis will shake Necromunda to the core, so sign up to the newsletter now and stay abreast of any new developments.
  14. Très jolie bande! Celui sans arme pourrait avoir un profil pour bloodbowl. Le chef fait très prêtre aztèque c'est rafraîchissant comme concept. Ça me donne envie de voir une armée entière de khorne dans le style. En regroupant les trois bandes de khorne on doit pouvoir en faire une sympathique pour warcry
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