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  3. There's actually already an existing model for the Grav Cannon, though it might be currently in reprint.
  4. Hi, do we know if there is going to be a model of the Grav Cannon and or how about some dimensions so we can PROXY one in a game besides the Large base - is it similar to another large model already made for the game.
  5. Not been too much more in the latest update, just some LoS and the disorder checks. I am just wondering, since this is looking close to the end, how the patronage and army list building is likely to look?
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  7. AnochSun

    Innate Rule ?

    Sorry, LOL I was learning two new games and got the rules mixed...
  8. I feel Wild West Exodus is far easier and less rock paper scissors than Malifaux. As to kill team I think you are seeing the effect of using the same rules 40k has had for well 40k years. So using the same mechanics between thew two is a great thing imho. There is a learning curve because its rules are not 40K. Malifaux has a steep learning curve lots of interaction problems with SA. I do find I play WWX differently than other games. I tend to play a lot more like a western than a war game. I think the rules are good but can be better. a cheat sheet with all SA would be great.
  9. Just got the Amber Clade Posse box set - great models - I do not see an Amber Clade Posse card? Meaning, is there no posse bonus for this posse set? or do you just run them like a Watcher Posse... Thank you.
  10. Having played Dindrenzi vs Terran recently, agreement between both players that some frigates need some retro stat adjustments. Dindrenzi Hammer/Thraex frigate: Give it a Hardpoint/Upgrade option to choose between the older edition gunracks or the newer fore arc torpedoes. Both players wanted their old Hammer frigates with 3/4/-/- gun racks. Terran Missionary Frigate: Nobody I know ever takes the Beam weapons upgrade since it's only the broadsides, what's the point? If allowed to be all beams it links for 11 AD at range band 1, while on the higher end of the "re-roll 1's" scale it's not that bad in comparison Directorate = 10AD Aquan = 7AD Ryushi = 14 Xelocian FF = 9 Xelocian FC = 14 Kedorian = 10 RSN = 7 Works Raptor = 10 Missionary (current rules) = 7 Missionary (all beam) = 11 Terran Pilgrim/Armsman Frigate: like the Dindrenzi above how about an hardpoint/upgrade option, Fixed Fore vs Port/Starboard guns. Now I realize torpedo frigates are potent and they are priced accordingly I would really really like a cheaper option for Pilgrims vs Armsman.
  11. Thanks for the info. Once I've painted enough minis I'll give it try...
  12. Loving how these look, Keep it up!
  13. No, not the Anarchist, no one likes the Anarchist (except Directorate players i think )
  14. Not that quick, it turns out. Anyway, on to the Turmoils, DFC Bathornis-PI99 and DFC Illuyanka-S001 (as you can see I looked up the Directorate's naming conventions): Pictures are very blue this time, don't ask me why, I didn't do anything different. Next up: Well, the Anarchist, of course. Last ship from RotO that's still missing.
  15. Hi all, just started playing WWX with my son after admiring the miniatures for a while... turns out it's a great game too! We got a demo at UKGE which was a great start and we're busy painting our purchases now... My son is going with Watchers, while I'm going for Lawman, beginning with a Bass Reeves posse which I plan to add to with the Regulators - so I get to paint up Lawmen. Warrior Nation and Outlaws all for the same force. The minis are all just too good! Looking forward to sharing some painting pics and maybe even a bit of fiction....
  16. There aren't any dedicated scenarios or corresponding rules for more than 2 players, yet. At least as far as i know. But it shouldn't be much of an issue to adapt the existing scenarios for multiplayer games.
  17. I'm new to the game and would like to know how the game supports more than 2 players. I assume playing x vs x with the same point value on each side would be easy to do. What about FFA battles? Any rules adjustments needed? Is there anywhere I can find official rules for multiplayer games? Thanks for the help!
  18. I think there are two separate issues there. One is the discontinuity. Warcradle have every right to go we have bought this now, we own it, we can throw whatever we want in the bin and make it our own. However, the time taken to relay this and the way its been handled can be off putting and confusing to those already invested in Spartan's settings and just want more fancy boats, and the treatment of the 'classics' range as quite ad hoc and this only being explained later has perhaps shown some room for improving communication. As I've said before I don't get why Warcradle is so ashamed of Spartan's games since they bought them, and now selling them and want to create games based upon the same settings and ideas even if they want to shift the fluff and aesthetic. While I would have preferred more continuity because I don't want to lose the feel and desire to expand an extant force , perhaps a better articulation of the position might be helpful, especially with a lot of talk of some radical shifts in FSA rules. Secondly, the question of content and timelines and handling the hype. Because there isn't communication on this its very hard to judge. While of course Warcradle has every right to withhold information because they are running the show, the lack of timeline and deliberately going dark on information because they don't enjoy fans taking an interest and a critical lens on the project does seem like a lost opportunity for engagement rather than necessary to keep the product popular. But, to be fair, at an early stage things might still be being played around and give a different impression of the end product.
  19. Aye it does feel that they teased a lot on Dystopian around Christmas and then ran out of steam on what to update us on when everything was changing around a lot. Then again they made a big choice to re-design a lot of the game models which was a very bold move considering that, whilst they gota messy delivery of moulds, they could have simply relaunched the games without the redesign. Then again considering that the rules are still in beta it might well be that redesign of models isn't actually the bottleneck on the timescales.
  20. To clarify on the Spartan models not counting as WC Firestorm models, Stuart was referring to the pricing. The prices shown for the Firestorm classics should not be taken as an indicator of what price range the new models will be set at. Which to me makes sense, in that the classics are limited short runs.
  21. An update via facebook. So there will be some news later this year. Although there was an interesting declaration that the release of Spartan models wasn't counted as Firestorm as they weren't for Warcradle's version.
  22. A timeline on when they expect certain models to be in stock would be nice as well.
  23. Heya! We've been working hard behind the scenes to try and resolve this issue and it should now be fixed, if you notice any similar issues don't hesitate to drop me a message and we will try and resolve the issue
  24. Introducing New Kyoto scenery! There’s a new collection joining the Warcradle Scenics range of tabletop terrain; New Kyoto offers a series of Japanese style sci-fi buildings ideal for 25mm - 32mm skirmish wargames. Whether you choose to mix and match these scenery sets or get the entire collection to create your sci-fi tabletop, all of the New Kyoto buildings, when finished, are a beauty to behold. With modular buildings and walkways that fit together, you can build your city the way you want it. You’ll have complete tabletop freedom with this scenery and the option of constructing taller and more complex structures at no extra cost. New Kyoto scenery kits Each of the buildings in the New Kyoto range has removable doors, walls, and ceilings so you can continue the tabletop action inside - it doesn't matter how large your structure is! The range includes three themed H.A.B (Habitation Modules) scenery kits, varying in size and luxury, a Hallway set, a Staircase set and Walkway set. For those of you who want to transform a HAB into a distinctive sci-fi building, there's also the Pagoda set and the Roof Corner set to collect (add these on to HAB units). All of the New Kyoto scenery sets are available to pre-order now at Wayland Games and with your FLGs - due for release at the end of July 2019. New Kyoto: Pagoda The Pagoda is an upper floor addition to any of the HAB units. This decorative add-on will transform a hab into a distinctive sci-fi building. This modular 28mm scale New Kyoto themed Scenery kit contains; 1x Pagoda Building Level 1x Ladder Price: £10.00 Large H.A.B. This series of Japanese style sci-fi buildings are ideal for use with any 25mm - 32mm skirmish wargames. With modular buildings and walkways that can all be fitted together, you can build your city the way you want it. All doors open and the walls and ceilings are all removable so the action can continue inside each building - no matter how many levels or how large your structure is! Habitation Modules or H.A.B’s are the most common living quarters found in New Kyoto. Varying in size and luxury, they are often designed to contain a galley, toilet, shower, sleep stations and medical facilities among other things. This modular 28mm scale New Kyoto themed Scenery kit contains; 1 x Large H.A.B, featuring Working doors Removable wall panels 2x Ladders 2x Removable Walls/Fences Price: £18.00 Medium H.A.B. This series of Japanese style sci-fi buildings are ideal for use with any 25mm - 32mm skirmish wargames. With modular buildings and walkways that can all be fitted together, you can build your city the way you want it. All doors open and the walls and ceilings are all removable so the action can continue inside each building - no matter how many levels or how large your structure is! Habitation Modules or H.A.B’s are the most common living quarters found in New Kyoto. Varying in size and luxury, they are often designed to contain a galley, toilet, shower, sleep stations and medical facilities among other things. This modular 28mm scale New Kyoto themed Scenery kit contains; 1 x Medium H.A.B, featuring Working doors Removable wall panels 2x Ladders 3x Removable Walls/Fences Price: £12.00 Small H.A.B This series of Japanese style sci-fi buildings are ideal for use with any 25mm - 32mm skirmish wargames. With modular buildings and walkways that can all be fitted together, you can build your city the way you want it. All doors open and the walls and ceilings are all removable so the action can continue inside each building - no matter how many levels or how large your structure is! Habitation Modules or H.A.B’s are the most common living quarters found in New Kyoto. Varying in size and luxury, they are often designed to contain a galley, toilet, shower, sleep stations and medical facilities among other things. This modular 28mm scale New Kyoto themed Scenery kit contains; 1 x Small H.A.B, featuring Working doors Removable wall panels 2x Ladders 4x Removable Walls/Fences Price: £10.00 Walkway Set This series of Japanese style sci-fi buildings are ideal for use with any 25mm - 32mm skirmish wargames. With modular buildings and walkways that can all be fitted together, you can build your city the way you want it. All doors open and the walls and ceilings are all removable so the action can continue inside each building - no matter how many levels or how large your structure is! The Walkways are used to add connecting pieces between your buildings to create a large conurbation. This modular 28mm scale New Kyoto themed Scenery kit contains; 2x Long walkways 3x Short walkways Removable Walls/Fences Price: £10.00 Hallway Set This series of Japanese style sci-fi buildings are ideal for use with any 25mm - 32mm skirmish wargames. With modular buildings and walkways that can all be fitted together, you can build your city the way you want it. All doors open and the walls and ceilings are all removable so the action can continue inside each building - no matter how many levels or how large your structure is! Hallways allow you to connect the H.A.B’s together to construct wider and more complex structures. This modular 28mm scale New Kyoto themed Scenery kit contains; 1x Hallway 1x Long Walkway Removable Walls/Fences Price: £10.00 Corner Set This series of Japanese style sci-fi buildings are ideal for use with any 25mm - 32mm skirmish wargames. With modular buildings and walkways that can all be fitted together, you can build your city the way you want it. All doors open and the walls and ceilings are all removable so the action can continue inside each building - no matter how many levels or how large your structure is! The Roof Corner Set is an upper floor addition to any of the HAB units. This decorative add-on will transform a hab into a distinctive sci-fi building. This modular 28mm scale New Kyoto themed Scenery kit contains; 4x Roof Corner Pieces Price: £8.00 Staircase Set This series of Japanese style sci-fi buildings are ideal for use with any 25mm - 32mm skirmish wargames. With modular buildings and walkways that can all be fitted together, you can build your city the way you want it. All doors open and the walls and ceilings are all removable so the action can continue inside each building - no matter how many levels or how large your structure is! The Staircase set allows you to connect the H.A.B’s together to construct taller and more complex structures. This modular 28mm scale New Kyoto themed Scenery kit contains; 3x Multi-level Staircases 12x Barriers Price: £10.00 View the full article
  25. Legendary figures return to Wild West Exodus. There's a new kid in town. Move over Jesse James, Billy the Kid and his gang of gunmen have arrived. Billy the Kid is the leader of a like-minded gang known as The Regulators, who tread a curious line between notoriety and legitimacy. This is down to desperate Marshals who can turn to this gang of gunmen for their skill and experience in times of need. These Outlaws frequently partake in criminal activities including, but in no way limited to, bank and stage robberies, street brawls and on occasion, simply ‘settling an argument'... Pre-order The Regulators Posse from today! Billy isn’t the only legendary figure returning to the Wild West. The brilliantly gifted, Nikolai Tesla, is back fighting front line with the Union in his own specially designed battle strider. You can pre-order Legendary Nikolai Tesla now. Last month we announced the Amber Clade Posse, sporting a pair of fierce warriors, this month, the Vermilion Sentinels are available to pre-order as a set - a great addition for any Watcher force. This month also sees the Fire Eagle / Great Thunderbird available to pre-order for Warrior Nation. What more powerful an ally can the Warrior Nation have than these massive and ferocious energy beasts? Last but not least, we’re excited to announce the new Nazombu Bayou terrain range! The squabbles and skirmishes in the west can often spill out into all types of terrain. Few are as dangerous as the many bayous found along the gulf coast of Texas and into Louisiana. The Nazombu Bayou Abandoned Shack, originally built by settlers, is one of many safe-haven to fall into disuse and disrepair in the harsh swamplands. This new terrain piece is available to pre-order from today - dare you enter the Nazombu Bayou? All of next month’s releases are available to pre-order online now and from your FLGS - to be released on the 27th July 2019. The Regulators Posse Legendary figures in the Wild West, like Jesse James, will naturally cast a long shadow in which other men will eternally skulk. William McCarty is one such man. Young, headstrong and impetuous, Billy McCarty rarely teams up with Jesse James. When he does, things quickly flare up and the two egos clash. McCarty perceives James as a broken relic who has had his day and who should make way for a faster, younger man such as Billy McCarty. In return, James sees McCarty not as a challenger to his outlaw crown but as little more than an upstart. It was James that first coined the sobriquet ‘Kid’, which McCarty so despises. Read the full description here. Price: £35.00 Legendary Nikolai Tesla Carpathian felt it was his responsibility to supply both sides of the conflict with more and more devastating weaponry, in exchange for power and influence. Beyond Carpathian and his egalitarians in the Americas, the majority of the Covenant of the Enlightened maintained a policy of custodianship, preferring to keep hold of the technologies they developed for themselves. They did not interfere in global conflicts. However, in the face of this unimaginable bloodshed, one young and brilliantly gifted Enlightened scientist named Nikolai Tesla was so horrified by what he saw as a war without end that he took an act that changed the world. Ignoring the other Enlightened and his own government in the Prussian Imperium, Tesla made his way to New York and there he offered his expertise to the Union in order to bring an end to the war with the Confederacy. President Lincoln, desperate for anything to break the stalemate of destruction, recognised that this could well be the turning point of the conflict and accepted the young scientist’s offer. Read the full description here. Price: £28.00 Fire Eagle / Great Thunderbird In times of great need, the Warrior Nation perform a binding ritual to merge the power of a spirit animal with its flesh and blood likeness in the world. This is done with reverence and not a small amount of reluctance as, while such binding is a formidable blessing, it carries a terrible price. Unlike the Spirit Walkers, a mortal animal bound in such a manner will often perish once the spirit leaves it. The spiritual energy channelled through these creatures is incredible and, while the Shaman who employ the rituals are using the ways of the Great Spirit, many feel that doing so is against the rhythms of the earth. But, against the technological abominations of the Dystopian Age, what more powerful an ally can the Warrior Nation have than these massive and ferocious energy beasts? Read the full description here. Price: £38.00 Vermilion Sentinels The Vermillion clade serve the Watcher Hegemony as escorts and bodyguards. They are often sent on missions that include high ranking leaders or diplomats and are instinctively vigilant for threats to their charges. The Vermillion are particularly suited to this role as their armoured carapace and extensive weapons training allows each Vermillion to selflessly protect their charges even at great risk to their own mortality. Armed with deadly bladed gauntlets and Fusion Carbines, these fierce warriors are intended to stop any threat dead in its tracks with disciplined and deadly force. To them, nothing else matters other than the safety of those they are sent to protect even using their own bodies to shield them from harm. Read the full description here. Price: £15.00 Nazombu Bayou Abandoned Shack The squabbles and skirmishes in the west can often spill out into all types of terrain. Few are as dangerous as the many bayous found along the gulf coast of Texas and into Louisiana. These often hot and oppressive swamp-lands are no place to take a gunshot wound and the shallow water can often suddenly deepen causing the death of many an unwary traveller. The water is often dark and brackish making it unsafe to drink and hides many creatures that lurk beneath the surface. Many frontier settlers have attempted to build shacks and jetties only for them to have fallen into disuse and disrepair. Read the full description here. Price: £25.00 Back to top NEW WILD WEST EXODUS WALLPAPERS AVAILABLE View the full article
  26. Salutations from Bryan over here in the US, Arkansas specifically. Currently have not had the fortune to play anything from the ranges yet, but I am eager to get my hands on some models. Looking at maybe the Russians for Dystopian Wars, strongly liking the feel of "The Enlightened" or " The Warrior Nation" for WWE, and if the chance should ever rear its head, I want some Aquans from Firestorm. To my knowledge, no one around me plays so maybe I can get some folks into some shenanigans. The model that has really caught my eye is the "Constructed Uhlans". Zombies on attack jet bikes just rings a big bell with me. Hope to learn a lot from veteran members here!
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