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The gargantuans are the largest and most powerful warbeasts ever to stride the battlefield. As a result of their great size and raw power, there are a number of special rules that apply to gargantuans but not to smaller warbeasts. A gargantuan is a huge-based mm warbeast. See below for what that entails. Controlling a Gargantuan Gargantuans must be assigned to a battlegroup. Your opponent can never take control of your gargantuan.
Khador most likely, but Ive been really down on Khador lately. Okay Guys. Things I have. I am new to Hordes and Skorne are a faction I haven't really researched outside of knowing I need to download some Beast Handlers.
Also, Warmahordes General. Also there's suppose to be cool Summer Sale on Privateer Press. Primal Mk II! Vault halfway open, we will probably see the Prime Axiom this week! Also I pick up my mammoth from the shop tonight, excited! Warmachine Faction: Khador Casters: Everybody get in here.
Warmahordes general thread. So I have a question pertaining to Thyra, the black sheep of the menoth family. While I realize that knights in any form take advantage of her carnage and stealth spell, I'm not a fan of them, I kinda want to take zealots with her as well as temple flameguard to keep the bodycount and threat range high, what's the most effective way that this could be accomplished? Also what jacks other than the avatar and blood of martyrs does she work well with?
Is the reckoner a solid choice? Didn't see one so thought I would start a new one. Generally I just take lists of my own making at my LGS but occasionally or if I've been winning consistently I like to play a list that is just devastating.
In other news, I've heard good things about the khador greylord outriders so I may see about picking them up soon along with the Uhlans and Vlad3 to try out khador cav lists. Text search [? Place a - before a word to exclude posts containing that word: No problem! We have Doom Reavers for that. Just need some reliable, flexible, reasonably shooty infantry to swamp a point and hold it against all comers through sheer weight of numbers?
The Winter Guard have your back. And, no matter the squad, Khador has the buffs to make them into a true terror on the tabletop. Because of the reliability, simplicity, and flexibility of their infantry, as well as the straightforward way their warjacks function, Khador is, like Cygnar, considered a great faction for new players. Protectorate of Menoth [ edit ] A bunch of religious fanatics that worship Menoth, the god of civilization and mankind just not this guy , who is kind of an asshole.
The Church of Menoth began falling out with Cygnar about a thousand years ago, since a more benign god named Morrow began gaining favor. While the two churches were able to coexist for hundreds of years, relations between them eventually turned sour, especially because the then-king of Cygnar favored Morrow.
Eventually, the Menite church got sick of his shit, wandered off into the desert, discovered petroleum, and endured even more oppression under Vinter Raelthorne IV before the Cygnarans also got sick of his shit and voted him out of office in the traditional feudal manner: with a military coup. The chaos resulting from this allowed the theocracy to form its own quasi-legal nation: the Protectorate of Menoth. Technically speaking, the Protectorate is not allowed to have a military, which the Protectorate actually adhered to during its early years, but has lately began to ignore.
They aren't really evil, per se they have legitimate Lawful Good paladins , but the leaders of the theocracy are, by and large, a pretty awful bunch. The Protectorate's main goal right now is to forcibly convert everyone back to the True Faith well, at least the humans, anyway - Menoth couldn't care less about everybody else. Most recently, they invaded the eastern half of Llael, who quickly found that they preferred Khador's iron-fisted rule to the Protectorate's flamethrowers. On the tabletop, the Protectorate is all about synergy.
Menite armies field the best support units in the game, which take their other units from "decent" to "oh my fuck what".
The most iconic of these units is the Choir of Menoth, which is hands-down the single best 'jack support unit out there. Menite 'jacks have only middling statlines on their own, but with the Choir and Menoth's other servants backing them up, they can become seriously terrifying.
As such, the Protectorate is one of the more 'jack-heavy factions in the game, though its infantry is also no slouch. Menite armies also have a decidedly Ottoman Empire motif, with a dash of Spanish Inquisition thrown in for good measure.
As non-divine magic is considered heresy by the Menite church, Protectorate armies have a lot of ways to counteract it. Dispel magic abounds, as do plenty of other denial-focused abilities which will put a serious crimp in the style of any opponent.
Defensive buffs are also exceptionally common, which makes a Menite army a tough-as-nails brick that's very hard to crack open - so long as its support units are protected. On the other hand, Menite units tend to be quite slow, and there aren't many ways for the faction to increase their mobility. Menite warcasters also tend to be fairly fragile and vulnerable to assassination, so it's important to protect them. Retribution of Scyrah [ edit ] Being an elf sucks. For a while, everything's good, until you decide to build a bridge to Heaven so all your gods can come over for a few cold ones and sleep with some sexy elf chicks.
Then the bridge works, but also explodes and wipes out pretty much your entire civilization , so instead of hanging out and partying with your gods you have to pack up and move next to some dwarven hicks. Then you all start aging and getting AIDS and shit, and also babies start getting born without souls, and the gods say it might have something to do with the fact that they aren't in Heaven any more so the entire universe might be out of whack. Then, when they go back, something kills them all , and things just keep getting worse until, one day, the goddess of spring just turns up out of nowhere, wanders into her temple, and then goes into a fucking coma while dying slowly and with no one having a goddamn clue how to fix her.
So when someone says "hey, did anyone else notice how the day the gods died was also the day humans discovered arcane magic? Retribution units have a very distinct visual design, with a notably sleek, curvy, anime-esque look, complete with neon hair.
Most of their army tends to consist of highly specialized, elite units with clearly-defined roles , without much in the way of generalist infantry. They also have an abundance of options for assassin units, up to and including entire units of ninja elf infantry with magic crossbows. They are mobile, shooty, and tricky, and surprisingly beardy considering that they're, y'know, elves. The Retribution has fantastic infantry and solos all around.
On the other hand, Retribution warjacks and warcasters are generally not too fantastic. Its warjacks called "myrmidons" are mobile, but fragile, and require a lot of backup to be effective. Its warcasters tend to be utility-based rather than individual powerhouses, and exist largely as sources of buffs for their infantry. On the other other hand, Retribution infantry are generally solid enough to make this work, and if they can't, then you still have the option of an assassination run - which the Retribution can do with incredible reliability from a frankly disgusting range.
Because of the Retribution's reliance on tricks and sensitivity about order of activation certain units really, really want to go at certain times, and messing this up will cause your army to fold like a house of cards , the Retribution is an incredibly difficult army to play well. It's not weak, but it's not particularly newbie-friendly, and is generally limited to more advanced players. They're also fans of shaved heads, and can even grow beards, making them the manliest elves ever - not that this is a high bar to jump step walk over.
Convergence of Cyriss [ edit ] The Convergence is a cult dedicated to the worship of Cyriss, the Machine Goddess , the personification of logic, order, science, and mathematical perfection.
Pfft, like any woman god could be close to understanding those things, amirite guyz? They have taken the technology used to make the artificial brains used in warjacks and applied it to themselves, uploading their consciousness into machine bodies in order to become closer to her.
They're actually not bad guys, really - it's just that the driving belief behind their faith is that Cyriss really, really wants them to turn the entire fucking planet into a giant clockwork robot, exterminating all organic life and rendering the world perfect in her eyes network of specially distributed leylines that act as a circuitboard to call down Cyriss' consciousness into.
The reason this is bad is that the places they need to build temples on are the places major cities or temples crop up on, that other factions want to use for various reasons, and in doing so are going to piss off the Wyrm to the point that he destroys all sapient life on the planet when he arrises from Urcaen in a rage about the leylines IE: Him being fucked with.
Since the rest of the factions take issue with various parts of this, they've turned their technological expertise towards developing more advanced versions of warjacks, called "vectors", to punch their way to the Rapture. The Convergence is the absolute weirdest faction in all of Warmachine, and comes with a slew of special rules that make it play completely differently from anything else on the tabletop.
To start with, they are a limited release faction, having only 1 model ever released for them after their initial run and no access to mercenaries at all. Also its warjacks don't have a complete statline; their accuracy in combat is determined entirely by which warcaster you are fielding, as they share their stats with the vectors under their command.
This means that your warcaster selection doesn't just alter the basic idea behind your strategy - it completely alters the basic functions of your warjacks. They also handle focus very differently, with the bottom line being that Convergence 'jacks are exceptionally focus-efficient, allowing the faction to field more 'jacks than any other without breaking the bank. In , a Convergence player went all the way to the grand finals of the Warmahordes championships with a list consisting almost entirely of vectors, and only lost due to running out of time on the clock.
The faction does have some nice infantry, though, if the player wants to field a warcaster with lower combat stats and not have to sit there crying while every attack misses. Basically, the Convergence is very, very strange, but not at all weak. It is somewhat limited by a low model count, as Privateer Press hasn't released too much for it yet, and no Mercenaries will work with them, but the faction has the capability to answer any threat with proper planning.
If you like clockwork robots or the idea of turning the entire world into a chrome-plated paradise, they're well worth looking into. Crucible Guard [ edit ] The newest Warmachine faction, a group of alchemists emergening from Llael's resistance movements. They rely heavily on special effects like Fire or Corrosion and a good bit of mobility.
Imagine Gorman di Wulfe as an entire faction and you have it about right. Mercenaries [ edit ] As mentioned above, Mercenary models were initially meant to just be options available to multiple factions rather than an army unto themselves. Due to player demand, however, Privateer Press has since released rules for fielding entirely Mercenary forces.
These range from dwarves in powered armor, fielding the O. Basically, when playing Mercenaries, you pick a theme and, and then go as normal. The only restrictions are that dwarven warjacks must be controled by dwarven warcasters, and Cephalyx Monstrosities must be controlled by their Overseers.
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