View Full Version : Looking for alternative mordheim lists

14-11-2005, 08:42
Hi there

My regular gaming group has just started playing mordheim.
And damn, is it fun :D
And cheap,:eek: one boxed regiment and you are away and laughing.

We have gotten all the rules and articles from the specialist games site so far and have noticed people on the specialist games forums mentioning a beastmen raiders list from fanatic issue 7.
Is there a place where this list can be downloaded legally or is it only available in the magazine format so far?
(grumble grumble, need more friends in the UK)

Cheers for any info in advance

Happy gaming


Rabid Bunny 666
14-11-2005, 09:45
check out the specialist games site


14-11-2005, 11:09
Another good source (I find) is: http://mordheimer.com/

15-11-2005, 08:47
Hey Rabid, I've visited the site and downloaded everything on offer and was looking for more but cheers for replying.
@ akrimpen: Bang on thats the kind of resources I was looking for. Heaps of alternate warbands.
I mean pirates for crying out loud, damn thats cool.



20-03-2006, 20:29
as already stated, www.mordheimer.com is good, but another one is also http://website.lineone.net/~lonefox/mordheim1.htm, although its a bit more advanced.


22-03-2006, 16:13
aren't beastmen riaders included in the Empire in Flames along with Carnival of Chaos(part two of the PDF i belive)?

Skaven Lord Vinshqueek
24-03-2006, 08:29
Sorry, too lazy to copy it completely...

Full list of warband available online (http://underempire.net/index.php?showtopic=10763)


25-03-2006, 19:11
Pokpoko: You are indeed correct, all on the specialist games site.


Ghost Dog
25-03-2006, 21:34
I'm currently building a Norse warband from the mordheimer.com site. Looks really fun.

Ghost Dog
27-03-2006, 21:52
I'll tell you now, the Ogre Kingdoms warband from mordheimer.com is tough as hell. There's a guy who's using it in a campaign here, and he's nigh unstoppable.

27-03-2006, 23:19
would that be because those things are still in the early development stages perchance? ;)


Ghost Dog
28-03-2006, 21:03
Yeah, but anything with multiple wounds is tough to kill in Mordheim. You don't even get to knock them down until they're on their last wound.

28-03-2006, 21:07
hence the reason that warband still needs an awful lot of tweaking.


02-04-2006, 20:51
I play an outlaws of stirwood forest warband, they are very fun to play woth if you are a shooty person that doesnt like combat:D

Inquisitor Konig
18-04-2006, 07:32
as far as bands go ive played sisters of sigmar (first got them back when this game was brand new), dwarfs, charnival of chaos, and played around with a chaos dwarf list i made up. my question is has anyone played with the pirate list? they look like a lot of fun and their hired sword list is endless...
p.s. i thought of a nasty tactic to get more swabies... if you take the bounty hunter you can capture enemy heros like they rolled a 61 on the serious injury table. force them to become swabies or mates...heh heh heh:evilgrin:

19-04-2006, 23:30
i'll stick to my skaven thanks.

Inquisitor Konig
20-04-2006, 03:47
ive seen some really impressive skavin lists out there, epecialy when they get really tough and fast in the later games however i can usualy get the best of them by using their speed and mobility to an advantage. as long as i dont have to split my band up i can draw them in a give them a good bashing once they stand still.

Morathi's Darkest Sin
20-04-2006, 10:24
The thing I'm looking for is alternative Skaven.. I get the backstory that Eshin where the ones who found Mordheim and kept the other clans away. Okay easy for Nurglitch and his boys as I don't think they are back yet in the Mordheim timeline, but I doubt they could have kept all the others out.

Of course taking into account you don't even have to be following the Mordheim story, I was wanting to know if any other Skaven Clan warbands exsist anywhere?

Inquisitor Konig
20-04-2006, 22:38
i havent seen any GW lists. but im sure you can find somewhere lat has a list someone made up.

24-04-2006, 03:59
in town cryer 29 there was a clan pestilens list. Kinda funky, I *think* its hiding on the SG site somewhere.

Inquisitor Konig
24-04-2006, 21:57
yep. i havnt seen anyone play it but i think it is possible, after enough of the right skills, for a clan pestilens hero to never die...