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[WM] Warmaster Fantasy Rules Questions / Re: Confusion
« Last post by Leonida on Today at 09:36:33 AM »
Thanks you
[WM] Warmaster Fantasy Rules Questions / Re: Confusion
« Last post by Aldhick on Yesterday at 10:34:32 AM »
Depends on the version of rules you use. In WMR they are part of combat and therefore they fall back along with the front unit. In vanilla they are not part of combat and therefore they have to make way (if they want to of course) hence roll for confusion.
[WM] Warmaster Fantasy Rules Questions / Confusion
« Last post by Leonida on Yesterday at 10:26:07 AM »
In combat, supporting  units that have loses a combat round must retreat by the difference in the combat result in centimetres roll for confusion or not? Thanks
[Epic] Epic Armageddon & Epic 40K Discussion / Re: Thunderhawk proxy?
« Last post by Malika on October 20, 2018, 12:27:08 PM »
To give you an idea of how big the model is compared to the FW version:

Modeling & painting / Re: [BFG] Chios' Dockyard - Scratchbuilds
« Last post by marell le fou on October 15, 2018, 08:46:08 PM »
Very nice fleet !
Warmaster Revolution / Re: WMR Armies 1.0
« Last post by Leonida on October 15, 2018, 04:48:20 PM »
In the meantime, I thank you very much.
Warmaster Revolution / Re: WMR Armies 1.0
« Last post by Aldhick on October 15, 2018, 01:51:02 PM »
Nippon and Cathay was not the agenda of WMRC (Warmaster Rules Committee) as its goal was to deliver WMR Armies1.0. Though some of its members (Paul Winter and Alex Janaway) were recently involved in some playtesting and ideas in this field. But this is happening outside WMRC framework. So ask them. If reasonable updated, the lists may be incorporated in the Armies document in some possible future updates. 
Warmaster Revolution / Re: Fall Back Direction
« Last post by Aldhick on October 15, 2018, 01:42:05 PM »
  you should read it as it is written. When the combat ends up as a draw, you roll off to see who falls back first. If it is marauders, you should fall back with them so the slayers won't be able to hit them in flank or rear next turn.
 Just note that in orginal version of Warmaster you were allowed to fall back in any direction. So in case you won combat in opponet's turn, you had always the chance to fall back so you charged the defeated unit in flank (or rear - depended on how much you rolled) on initiative in your next turn.
Warmaster Revolution / Fall Back Direction
« Last post by Jo on October 14, 2018, 08:45:37 PM »
Hi all,

small question concerning fall back direction. In the rulebook it states:
When a unit falls back, the player selects any one stand from the unit and moves it back. In this case, 'back' is defined as behind the line drawn across the front of the stand as for visibility.

I can get this point when attacked in the front, but what if the unit is attacked in the flank or even the rear? I had a unit of troll slayers that was attached in the flank by a single stand of chaos marauder horsemen. Got lucky, and we had a draw. But then I had to fall back behind my from line, so in extremis could make sure I outflanked the marauders in the next turn. Sounded silly.

Should it read: fall back from the edge that was in contact with the enemy?

Thanks in advance for your opinion,


PS: small gathering with some friends after about 2 years of inactivity - was so much fun that I forgot to take pictures. Great day though...
chit chat, gossip and rumours / Re: leaf litter conundrum (HELP!)
« Last post by osjclatchford on October 14, 2018, 08:30:31 AM »
one test later and...hmm... did not go well... brushing on dullcoat is certainly not for minis already painted in acrylic! guess I'll stick to Vallejo's acrylic matt which was surprisingly good as it happens. however. I will be using the dullcoat on leaves prior to using punches/cutting out leaves as this will mean that no further treatment will be required after gluing them on.  this stuff is pretty strong and sound so it should protect the texture and colour of the leaves rather nicely...
thanks again for the help on this dave!

also while I'm here, I've discovered a few tricks for making up shaped leaves on the cheap and also figured out an excellent way of properly separating the birch seeds from the separators with ease and haste. (something I've known to flummox many a modeller hoping to avoid spending out on something so easily available for free yet having trouble getting the bits they need separated from the bits they don't!)
If there's any interest I'll post a tutorial or something?
let me know if you are interested folks...
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