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Hi all, I have waited to buy anything pertaining to Storms of Magic until I hear some yes its good remarks. So far I have stopped playing Fantasy in favour of 40k. 8th Edition is just to boring for me and every game I play is just one huge unit lined up against my medium sized units and we have a punch out, with me attacking in the flanks yet his huge horde mass still doing enough damage to hang around. Not much strategy in the games I've played. Calvary have a very limited role unless you take 10-15 but if you do that the opponent can take a good sized block of infantry and just grind em. So I was curious how your Storms of Magic games are going? Do they bring anything new and exciting? Thanks.
Armies: 40k: Imperial Guard, Orks Fantasy: Skaven
So thats where you have been hiding HAB: in the 40k section!
I'm also curious what exactly storm of magic will do with the game, for i know only little and even the storemanagers around here do not know much about it.
It sounds like the old battlemagic expansion from the 90ies.
It gives an alternate gametype where you can spend up to 25% on SoM-stuff,such as extra Wizards and mercenary Monsters. maybe for people who get bored of the standard settings.
What do you think: will SoM be used in tournaments?
Warchief Diggah o da Bloodmoon Squiggahs
doubt it as som is mainly aimed at larger games and isn't from what i can see aimed at competitive games.
"Should take you a while though because of your sloth like pace"
Click here and watch Gedderz try and cross the road
My local store is actually having a SOM tournament. I won't participate because I fear it's going to be like 40k apocalypse and be fun for a few months then fizzle. Plus Mat Ward wrote it....the thought makes me cringe.