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Warhammer Fantasy - Daemons of Chaos 8th Edition
Please register for Total War Access to use the forums. If you're an existing user, your forum details will be merged with Total War Access if you register with the same email or username. The most disappointing one Daemons of Chaos 8th. While the fluff is good, it's not as good and the rules really drag the book down. I love them so much, but it's not a good book Stupid Matt Ward ruining 7th daemons by making them op. TW:W is based primarily in 8th Edition, but it uses many elements from previous versions as well. A Norsca army, for example, is not present in 8th Edition, even though it is present in the game game one for now at least.
The armies have been defined into a separate "army list," and they are described in more detail in the Warhammer Army Book , Age of Sigmar Battletome, or Warhammer 40, Codex. Players of either game, or their spin-offs , have a wide variety of army choices and each army can be customised to suit a particular playing style. All games are produced by Games Workshop. Each player's army in Matched Play may consist of a particular army and a certain percentage of units from specified allied armies or a combination of units all from the same Grand Alliance. Rules for legacy armies that were discontinued in the transition from Fantasy to Age of Sigmar, such as Bretonnians and Tomb Kings, are available for Open and Narrative Play as well. The armies listed below are not considered 'official', although some may have experimental rules published either in print or on the Games Workshop website, or may have fan made army books.
Hiya, Ive just stumbled across this project and just - wow! What a great collection of alternate army books - and such high quality too! The google drive download is great too - much better than scribd imho. It did seem the Norse link doesnt work though - perhaps wrong access rights? Thanks a lot for all this hard work - to everyone involved! Thanks for the kinds words!