Destruction Warscrolls[ edit ] Basilisk: Fast, fragile, and nothing to write home about in melee. Oh, and its attacks do enormous amounts of damage especially against horde units with a lot of Rend -3 until it receives 4 or more damage, brutal indeed. Use it, love it. Pretty useful overall, but perhaps not special enough. It makes lots of pretty good shooting attacks, that at -1 Rend are the utter bane of hordes. Somehow slow for a Monster, but good both at range 18" max and at close combat you can shoot into melee.
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The answer? Tell the internet! This is a book that I really wanted to love. My mind was made up during a conversation with my esteemed friend Dr Bargle. It was he who first said "compare the stuff FW put out with the old Realm of Chaos books The positives Gorgeous art and design As with Tamurkhan the artwork is gorgeous and really captures the essence of the book.
Quite a few monstrous beasts here: the elementals look fun, some others are reasonably inventive e. Colossal Squig , while there will be plenty of scope for kit-bashing and scratch-building e. Necroflex Colossus. A few new deployment ideas and a short campaign of sorts quickly round things off. Interesting, but not much more A somewhat caged urge to push boundaries? The negatives Gorgeous art and design Hang on!
Yes, but you can have too much of a good thing, and the artwork in MA is extensive, leaving little room for anything else, meaning that There is, or could be, a whole world buried here but we never get to see it. Maybe the whole project was shackled for some reason? Perhaps it was a rush job so that the next campaign book is ready in time for Games Day?
What we have here is perhaps 30 or so pages of useful expansion and little else. Dread Maw is a monster but rules refer to units These kind of errors in a book no longer than 20k words in length are embarrassing, unprofessional and lazy.
Looking back at Tamurkhan now, having seen how MA has taken the formula forward, I can only feel sad. The verdict I wanted to enjoy MA and in some ways, I do. So the verdict is No, I think we knew that. The verdict is: MA is a sticky treat that is full of empty calories and likely to leave you with a headache that dangles temptingly in the jaws of the GW venus flytrap.
Age of Sigmar/Tactics/Monstrous Arcanum
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