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 on: March 31, 2020, 01:12:23 am 
Started by Delgon Priest - Last post by Delgon Priest
Played a game a bit ago against a Casanii force utilizing a mix of riders, couple scouts, warriors, Sehban and Telani. I was playing Delgon with a mix of different units, KalGarkii, couple priests, some KalGru, with Roban the Hunter commanding. I did not take my striders/kalmologs, which ended up being a mistake. We played a simple game with two objectives in the center of the table. Unfortunately for me Sehban is a beast, flanked by two riders , he made quick work of my lowly Dhogu Archer and bowmen. Roban did what he could and took out eight or so warriors but was nearly out of stamina when Sehban came through the center towards the other objective. Roban fell and the game ended, but put of 600 points all I had left was a lone KalGarkii and a priest. All in all a great game and the first time we had played in a long while.

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 on: March 31, 2020, 12:52:17 am 
Started by Delgon Priest - Last post by Delgon Priest
Been playing the game for some time, but finally got around to joining the forum. Play primarily Delgon with just a Dhogu Archer and pair of bows. Plan on growing the Dhogu force by a good bit.

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 on: March 23, 2020, 08:57:28 am 
Started by Gordon - Last post by Gordon
No magic?! I'm outta here!....just joking!  Wink
No magic. Well that's interesting. Haven't expected that.

The Dompak and the other Casanii cavalry look appealing. But also the mentioned steampunk vibe of the Delgon. I like steampunk.

Alright thanks for further information.



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 on: March 20, 2020, 06:06:14 pm 
Started by Gordon - Last post by Carcharoth
There is no magic in Anyaral.
Or rather, there's roughly the same level of magic as there is on Earth, so it is a matter of opinion! The engineers do seem to manage to create mechanisms that possibly rely on some form of 'magic' and the Kedashi have an uncanny control of their creatures, but there aren't fireball throwing wizards or magical creatures.

I don't think I can deny that the Dark Crystal must have had an influence, even if it wasn't a deliberate homage for the most part (except maybe the elder...)!

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 on: March 19, 2020, 09:34:19 am 
Started by Gordon - Last post by Gordon
Hello Mike!

I've got another question. Is there any magic in the game. Are there any spellcasters? And if so are there any differences? Thanks!

Yeah the avatar. I really like the The Dark Crystal series. The urRu remind me of your Fubarnii or the other way around. Great style!


Cheers!
Herby


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 on: March 17, 2020, 06:01:39 pm 
Started by Gordon - Last post by Carcharoth
Sounds great, let me know if you have any more questions!
If you do order, I'll aim to get anything sent out quickly in case things get even more chaotic.

Mike

p.s. Liking the avatar Smiley

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 on: March 16, 2020, 09:24:53 am 
Started by Gordon - Last post by Gordon
Good morning Carcharoth!

Thanks for the welcome and thank you for your answer. This may help a little with my decision and also I will read once more through the introduction of the world and the different cultures
and then I'll order the The Large Starter. Actually I can hardly wait to begin.

That's it for now.
Bye!

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 on: March 15, 2020, 09:15:16 am 
Started by Gordon - Last post by Carcharoth
Welcome!
Always good to have a new visitor to Anyaral!
Asking me for my favourites is like asking which is my favourite daughter (which mainly depends which one is not yelling at that moment in time...).
The Empire are the most flexible option (and I keep getting carried away with more civilians and units). They are the closest thing Anyaral has to a human faction. They are also a relatively simple force to play, so good to start with.
The Devanu are always a fun option and work perfectly as a second culture (a handful of models will stand their own against lots of fubarnii and they have a very dynamic playstyle).
The Delgon are the main antagonists. Slightly more troop heavy, but with a steampunk vibe. They ally well with the dhogu if you are embracing the frosty theme. They also have their gods...
The casanii are popular, but you need to buy the extra rules.
The kedashi are probably better once you’ve got experience with more standard forces.
My only other advice is to check if any of the models need extra rules than those in the main book!

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 on: March 11, 2020, 10:56:28 am 
Started by Gordon - Last post by Gordon
I'm in the tabletop hobby for about 20 years.
Collected a few Warhammer Fantasy armies. But with the end of Warhammer Fantasy I quit. Also becoming father was a reason.
Now the children become larger and larger I could squeeze out a bit of hobby time.
I've been contemplating about these miniatures for a while now. I have read the introduction of the world and the different cultures but I can't decide.
Almost all of the miniatures look cute and/or stylish. It’s a tough choice.
I hope to get some good advices because I have no idea which faction to choose.

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 on: November 19, 2019, 10:35:42 pm 
Started by fikster - Last post by fikster
For those of you not in the Facebook group: I am building an Anyaral companion App, and am looking for testers. If you are interested (an have an iOS device running iOS 13), please let me know (note I will need your AppStore e-mail address in order to add you to the group of testers, so direct messages are preferred).

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