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Tabletopminis
30-08-2015, 15:03
Duardin take on Skaven in this Quest for Ghal Maraz battleplan "Battle against Time". Will the Skaven overrun the Dwarves before it is too late or will the swamp consume them all?, join us to find out!.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fKt3UVZl80 (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4fKt3UVZl80)

Quiet Sage
30-08-2015, 15:44
Hi, another great video, thanks. Again Duardin had most Might and again they won.

Duardin vs Skaven was 123 vs 89 Might, according to the Scroll of Might (see link below):

Duardin
Might ... Unit (Equipment Alternative)
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.... 16 ..... 1x Belegar Ironhammer
.... 16 ..... 1x Grimm Burloksson
...... 8 ..... 1x Runelord
.... 29 ..... 10x Hammerers (Standard, Musician)
.... 25 ..... 20x Dwarf Warriors (Doublr-handed, no Shield, Standard, Musician)
.... 17 ..... 1x Dwarf Cannon
.... 12 ..... 1x Grudge Thrower
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.. 123 Total Might

Skaven
Might ... Unit (Equipment Alternative)
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.... 10 ..... 1x Skaven War Lord (2 Barbed Blades, No Shield)
.... 34 ... 20x Stormvermin (no Shield, Standard, Drummer)
...... 9 ..... 1x Warlock Engineer
...... 7 ..... 1x Warpfire Thrower Weapon Team
...... 7 ..... 1x Warp Lightning Cannon
...... 6 ..... 1x Packmaster
.... 16 ..... 2x Rat Ogres
___________________________________
.. 89 Total Might

You can find the Scroll of Might (pdf) here: http://www.warseer.com/forums/showthread.php?411805-Point-values-for-WHF-AoS-scrolls-the-Sage-of-Sigmar-Scroll-of-Might&.

Cheers,

Your Sage

Spiney Norman
31-08-2015, 15:09
Can you explain what the 'immobilised' result meant for heroes that fail their unstable ground test. I assumed it was something to do with not moving, but Belegar still moved and charged in the third turn despite failing his unstable ground at the end of BR2.

I think the dwarf artillery is a little too powerful for this size game, being able to wipe ten models off a unit in one shot is pretty brutal.

Tabletopminis
01-09-2015, 13:12
Can you explain what the 'immobilised' result meant for heroes that fail their unstable ground test. I assumed it was something to do with not moving, but Belegar still moved and charged in the third turn despite failing his unstable ground at the end of BR2.

I think the dwarf artillery is a little too powerful for this size game, being able to wipe ten models off a unit in one shot is pretty brutal.

They forgot he was immobilised, your right on both counts. Artillery was too strong for the size of game and Belegar shouldn't have moved at the end although i dont think it changed the outcome.