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I'm interested in the trend of the new army books towards including what I call war wagons.
Chariots have always been around, but lately there's been the introduction of more oddities like the Corpse Cart and the War Altar. Warriors of Chaos have the war shrine. Something similar in effect though not a wheeled wagon is the Dark Elves blood cauldron. It moves like a war machine, so 5" a turn at the base movement of the handlers. It bestows awesome benefits on nearby units.
So what else is out there? What am I forgetting?
Engine of the Gods? I must say, I am a little surprised myself at the number of buff-monsters there are around at the moment, though it does make a change from the old "have it as a spell" way things used to be. Oh, and the Anvil of Dooooooom! whilst I thnk of it.
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Empire steam tank? does that count.
Do you remember the old Empire War wagon? with a shed load of outriders inside it...they should bring that back
PLAN CLAN MAN!!
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Lizardmen just got the Engine of the Gods. It looks to be a new theme that GW is pushing in the new books along with a ton of new named characters. The only new book that doesn't have one is Daemons and we really don't need it anyway.