Brumbaer's Homepage. Warhammer has been my favourite game for a long time. I prefer Fantasy over 40k. Dumblum again. This time in the form of a newspaper instead of a diary.
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Brumbaer's Homepage. Warhammer has been my favourite game for a long time. I prefer Fantasy over 40k. Dumblum again.
This time in the form of a newspaper instead of a diary. This years UK 40k GT army list. Goblins in 40k not really surprising, if you know my Fantasy armies.
It's a real hard cover book. I was always fascinated by chariot racing, so the idea to make some rules to replay chariot races with Warmaster miniatures was quite close. Warmaster is my current love. It is not only well suited for Fantasy, but also for ancient war gaming.
So I sat down and adapted the rules for ancient scenarios and created some army lists. Slorm le Damne compiled all the Ancientmaster rules and translated them to Spanish. Highly recommended. Armies of Alexander. Armies of the Trojan War. Egyptian armies. Republican Roman armies. Imperial Roman armies. German armies. Briton armies. Gallic army. Geoff Fabron wrote a number of army lists for Byzantine armies of different periods and their enemies. Warmaster is my favorite game at the moment.
If you too like Warmaster you might find some inspiration in the following sections and if you do not know Warmaster they might give you an idea what Warmaster is all about. First battle report. Second battle report. High Elves. Empire and Undead. Scans of stands. It's Warmast er not Warhammer. Beginner's guide to army selection.
Beginner's guide to painting WM miniatures. Full colour paper buildings. Comparison of miniatures of different manufacturers. Campaign rules. Christmas army list. Update - Army generator - Update. The all new AGen. All Warmaster armylists in the version of included. Solves the problem that when outputting HTML the titles did not match the contens. Because of the increased complexity a rewrite of the application was needed.
Special thanks to Mick Brookes and Mick Mariott for their help. Mick Mariott did a great job in creating all those Warmaster lists.
If you find any errors in the lists you can mail him directly. I'm sure your praise will be just as welcome. Mick Brookes did a great job in creating all those lists. He can be reached by clicking here. Id you find any errors in the lists you can mail him directly. I'm aware that the text seems to be repetitive, but I didn't know how to be fair to both of them, who were such a big help and support.
Claus created lists for the Araby and DoW armies. They are combined in a single Zip. If you have any comments or questions about the lists mail him here. And of course there is a links page. Comments can be sent to me and what's new can be found here. Battle reports. Painting and modelling. Army lists I really enjoy making army lists and try to make something special for the GTs I attend.
Dumblum's army list Warhammer has been my favourite game for a long time. The Moon Dumblum again. Army lists. And he did a great job. Warmaster Warmaster is my favorite game at the moment. Warmaster pictures. The battle reports use Flash and so give a good impression of the flow of the battle. First battle report describes a battle between Agis Neugebauer's Empire army and my Undead horde.
Second battle report sees Rick Priestley's Orcs fighting my Chaos army. An imaginary advertisment campaign. Ads Scans of single stands: Scans of stands. Tips and Tactics. Tournament reports and pictures. It's Warmast er not Warhammer Beginner's guide to army selection Beginner's guide to painting WM miniatures About defending against flank attacks About defending against chariots.
Additional rules. Full colour paper buildings Beginner's guide to painting WM miniatures Comparison of miniatures of different manufacturers. Campaign rules Christmas army list. Warmaster army lists This contains all the Warmaster data files. So you might want to reload them. Warmaster Extra lists These are Albion, Withhunters and the other more exotic lists.
Warmaster Ancient Armies
So I made one or more specifically a Greek main army list with a Italian option. The following option are available for all Pyrrhic armies. See accompanying description for details. Note that if ANY options are taken then all the minimums indicated must be complied with. Less well drilled than most phalanx—the Tarentine phalanx is still numerically important during the Italian campaign. Regular Successor type including Greek or Thracian peltasts, or even Cretan or Pisidian peltasts as well as garrison units fighting in a comparable fashion.
10mm Ancients & Medieval
Warmaster is a ruleset for tabletop wargames written by Rick Priestley , published by Specialist Games a division of Games Workshop , and set in the Warhammer Fantasy setting. It is different from Warhammer Fantasy Battles in both appearance and gameplay. Generals, Heroes and Wizards are mounted individually or with their retinue. Gameplay focuses on command and control. While magic is used in the game, its effect on the game is limited. The game is designed to focus on the general's ability to command rather than just his army's ability to fight. In the Warhammer 40, universe, Epic fills much the same "large scale battle" role as Warmaster does in Warhammer Fantasy , though the two systems do not share rules.
Pyrrhic Army Lists for Warmaster Ancients
Based off of the popular fantasy rules, Warmaster features units of three stands with a standard template for army lists, which proves very easy to use. We have a campaign system for Warmaster called By The Sword, which takes place on the fantasy world of Marnon. Click the image above for more details and the rules, map, cards, etc. Several of us have been playing Ancients since we first got started in the hobby, beginning with WRG rules, Shock of Impact, Warhammer Historical, and many others along the way. After quite an extensive search we settled on the Warmaster Ancients series of rules as we had a lot of fun as well as experience with the fantasy version for several years. We initially started out small, with only Egyptians and Assyrians, but we have quickly branched out to include forces for Hittites, Successors, Indians, and Vikings.