AoS balance, also known as LOLOLOLOL

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AoS balance, also known as LOLOLOLOL

Post by Kowal » Sat Aug 29, 2015 10:24 am

So this is the attempt at balancing this train wreck. ... e-Wars.pdf


Balance is "100 models or fewer". Period. And yes, there are prizes for people who win games.

Slim's reference to wallethammer a couple months ago is apparently 100% accurate.

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Re: AoS balance, also known as LOLOLOLOL

Post by Dez » Sat Aug 29, 2015 10:49 am

I'm going to be trying Frostgrave myself, seems like an awesome game. Part Mordheim, part RPG, use whatever models you want
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Re: AoS balance, also known as LOLOLOLOL

Post by Slimnoid » Sat Aug 29, 2015 3:36 pm

Mantic's release of Kings of War 2nd edition has seen them run out of print copies--all 8,000 of them. Frostgrave is on their second print run, Malifaux is doing a worldwide campaign that is seeing hundreds of people sign up, and Infinity is gaining more and more attention from people wanting their sci-fi skirmish fix.

Meanwhile, the LE book for AoS is still available to buy on GW's site, nearly two months later.

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