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doombladez

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  1. I asked in the comments for the kickstarter and got a reply confirming it, I can't remember if it was @Aaron or just staff but it was definitely from Wyrd. If you do a search for Jonathan Sharrow on the comments page I think that would find it, that's my username on there. I'll take a look too and see if I can quote it. EDIT: Here's the kickstarter quote from Aaron, on January 20th: "Yah, the Henchman program will expand for this." And my question: "By the way @Aaron, any chance that the Henchman program will expand to TOS in some form?"
  2. Nice, I'm in love with these bases. For the first time I'm tempted to try to do some custom basing, with such big ones it's actually worth it for once.
  3. Yeah the fact that Wyrd is planning on expanding the henchmen program to include TOS combined with the reduced cost thanks to the second rule book being traded in sealed my fate as a Dual pledger too.
  4. I've actually seen a lot more Hordes players on the internet, although the Cult seems to be close behind at second. It's definitely gonna be dependent on where you go of course.
  5. Can you imagine how ridiculous the Eel would've been if that worked though?
  6. I think the idea of having dozens of models per squad in an army game is frankly outdated for most games. Warhammer makes it work through sheer momentum mostly, and as was mentioned Fantasy has movement trays so it's less of an issue. The idea of having so many models probably originates from when wargaming was an historical hobby, where so many models was a major feature. When all of those models have to be deployed and moved all the time it's far less entertaining.
  7. I feel like this change could really save the old wiki, I edited it a few times but overall the site always felt out of date and slightly confusing. Some pages were great and detailed while others were very sparse, with a lot falling in the middle. More attention might be just what it needs.
  8. Fair enough, I personally want one just to fill in a list that's a few scrip shy of full. And I'm sure it'll be fun to start the game with one far out and then hatch it to tie up some important fire team.
  9. Horomatangi probably, and an egg clutch if we don't hit it's addon by tomorrow evening (which is likely). I too am debating between the Speckled Crawlers and Barbed Crawlers for my last squad, leaning towards Barbed to get some range into my list.
  10. King's Empire really is hard to beat on the Titan front. IMO only the Cult got one that looks as fantastic.
  11. Honestly TOS has really impressed me with its commander design. Particularly the Frenzy and Horomatangi, a squad commander and Titan commander are really cool ideas.
  12. The Frenzy are amazing, I think they're the model(s) that really cemented me in the Hordes. They're everything I love about Malifaux's models, other than the fact that they aren't zombies. Now that you mention them I really should take a better look at the Speckled Crawlers, I liked my first impressions of them and haven't checked them out since, but they might be worth the add on.
  13. What's everyone's favorite Gibbering Horde model at the moment, based on what we know right now, regardless of reason? I'm curious what people are enjoying so far. I personally love the Karkinoi, the mechanics and the models are wonderful.
  14. Gibbering Hordes, Horomatangi, because look at that gorgeous model. If I wanted one just for gameplay though I'd get the Barbed Crawlers to add some range to the starter box.
  15. Two or three sound right, one is definitely too few and any more than three starts to get a tad excessive, although I'm sure you'd use them occasionally.