Wyldfolk Ideas.
#41

Crow-riding Tuathan are definitely planned for Wave-3, as a small unit of Flyers.

Wyldfolk will have other creatures too like the sabre-fang (big sabre-tooth tiger).

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#42

Great news! I'll wait for them Smile
Will Wyldfolk have any war-machine in the future? It will be nice, maybe like the Scorpio
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#43

It would be nice to have also models from the Fairy folk, but I don't know if they would fit in the Tuathan or Tribe.
Other than the Banshee that is

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#44

I feel as if everyone keeps getting crazy mounts it sorta makes the magic and fantasy of the world less fantastic and magical. But on the other hand my inner 5 year old is screaming battle cat!!!

"I do not know what drugs the writers of the fluff were on while they were reading Robert E Howard books but they should share"-me when telling friends about the fluff of godslayer
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#45

You're right, I personally like the fact that the world of Calydorn isn't too fantasy-heavy like in other games, where magic is overused to the point it becomes dull. However everything I heard to be planned doesn't seem to fall into this wrong attitude Smile.

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#46

Late to the party.........Warped warriors?
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#47

Bearbrood, they are the only bane brood that are like "woah...we are messed up". So they are not super savagely evil.

"I do not know what drugs the writers of the fluff were on while they were reading Robert E Howard books but they should share"-me when telling friends about the fluff of godslayer
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#48

Cauldron of re-birth/blood depending on where you draw inspiration from. My references are welsh mythology and Slaine Smile. Although im sure there are variations of the same cauldron in many celtic cultures.

It could be a Tuathan specific unit for buffs as the monolith is but for other advantages. I know the undead theme might clash with the Mortans but maybe it could be used to heal units and make them more durable instead of raising the dead but then again Tuathan deal in death Wink

I'm currently modelling one for a potential proxy to the monolith (although I will be purchasing an offical monolith in the future).

I'm only part way through reading the rules so maybe there is a unit that does something similar already.
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#49

(11-27-2014, 10:39 AM)Orboros Wrote:  ...Warped warriors?
Will be covered in wave 2. Smile

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#50

Yes it is common in both Celtic and Nordic mythology, and we decided we will have a cauldron for Nordgaard in the future, so it would be odd if the Wyldfolk also have a cauldron.
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