Welcome to Librarium Online!
I'm new to this games, but have been playing warhammer fantasy and 40k for two years (dwarfs, orcs & goblins, necrons and tau empire), so i know how miniwargaming works.
I learned about hordes/warmachines from my local gameshop, did some researche on the web and fell in love with the miniatures and the game system. I'm gonna play legion so i'm looking forward to see more post about this faction (my brother is going to take circle).
Anyway, this was just to say hello to everyone and to let yall know that the community has a new member ^^
Welcome to the community. Things are a bit quiet around here due to exams (in my case) or because people have already fully painted their armies and stuff, and so have nothing to blog about (most of the other damn people on this board) so we're in a bit of a slow spot right now. Anyway, I look forward to hearing how your games go. I wish you luck, Circle can be pretty evil when they want to be.
I played a game yesterday against the circle and lost
I managed to kill his warpwolf in round 2, but in return (a few rounds later) he killed my warlock with a combo from an argus and Kaya (i forgot to keep a fury on Lylyth to transfer damage to a warbeast).
I'll get a rematch soon and this time i'll be ready.
PS: When Lylyth does damage with her bow i can choose the the branch, but when a warpwolf gets damage, he can also choose the branch. Who gets the choice? The way we did it: we both rolled a die, whoever got the highest roll got to pick the branch.
Last edited by Wharakx; June 4th, 2009 at 13:04.
Yeah, remembering to keep another fury on your Warlock for damage transfer (and knowing when to burn the fury for a caster kill) is a pretty important skill. Also, be sure your beasts aren't all at their full fury or you won't be able to transfer damage to them. When two abilities conflict the attacker's one always takes priority so you get to choose which branch the damage goes on (it's somewhere in the early part of the rulebook, I think).
Thx for the tips i'll keep them in mind.