Monday, 10 September 2012

Arrr! Who likes Pirates?!

Something I have been "thinkering" (that is, been thinking more about that actually working on) with for a while are the Pirates of Sartosa. Everybody loves pirates, right? So while I initially wasn't going to do it since they really aren't much of an army, I decided that in the light of these Expansions I've been working on, a smaller book for Sartosa should be entirely feasible.

As such, I would like to (un)officially announce Warhammer: Pirates of Sartosa! I might even throw in Zombie Pirates as an extra addendum ;)

Oh, and ARRR!

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  1. haha, noo!! I wanted to do that :P
    Tamrir

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    1. You did? Hey, you can always help me out if you feel like it, wouldn't mind having someone to bounce ideas off to and who can help me out with the fluff :)

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  2. I'd love to :) And hey, I can still do my own version

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    1. That you can, and I encourage it! The more the better, that's how ideas can develop in the future!
      Anyway, I'll let you know when I intend to start working on it. I'll probably finish up on Kislev first, those books aren't gonna update themselves! :)

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  3. Do so. I'm still working on the werewolves^^

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  4. And awesome to see you're back and working on your projects. :) That's what keeps motivating and inspiring me.

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  5. woo sounds fun stuff way too many armys stop tempting me lmao

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  6. Just tell me when yoiu start. I can send you my army lists and ideas. :)
    Tamrir

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    1. You can send your army list right now if you want and let me have a look at it, and then I'll email you when I start working on it :)

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  7. Hi, I've started to pley with tis army, and I like it a lot, Great work! Do you still working on it? I think that the whole army is too weak, only few units can have armour. Another thing I found is that the Sea Legs rule is like out to date, don´t you think? Thank you

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    1. Hi, I'm currently working on other lists, seeing as this new is relatively new and thus not in need of further updates at the moment. The list's strength comes from all the gunpowder units and sea monsters it can field, not its armour. Can't have everything, you know ;)
      How is the sea legs rule out of date though? Dangerous Terrain tests were introduced in 8th edition, so it should be anything but outdated.

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