środa, 30 kwietnia 2008

W weekend poza EEGT odbył się w klubie na Starym Mieście turniej Mordhaimu. Kilka fotek w galerii.

Academy of Adventure Gaming Arts and Design (AAGAD) oraz The Game Manufacturers Association (GAMA) ostatecznie ogłosiły nominacje do tegorocznej 34 edycji. Uważny czytelnik z pewnością zauważy kogo w tym towarzystwie zabrakło.

Miniature Or Miniatures Line

Skarrd Raze #2 by Dark Age Games

George R.R. Martin Masterworks - Premium Miniature Line by Dark Sword Miniatures, Inc.

Titanius Fury by Dragonfire Laser Crafts Inc.

Bronzeback Titan, HORDES: Evolution Miniatures Line by Privateer Press

Dark Heaven Legends Fantasy Miniatures by Reaper Miniatures

Miniatures Rules

Classic Battletech Published by Catalyst Game Labs Created by Jordan Weisman Edited by Michelle Lyons, Diane Piron-Gelman

Saganami Island Tactical Simulator, Second Edition Published by Ad Astra Games Created by Ken Burnside and Thomas Pope

Forces of WARMACHINE: Pirates of the Broken Coast Published by Privateer Press Created by Brian Snoddy and Matt Wilson

AT-43 Published by Rackham Created by Arnaud Cuidet, Jean-Baptiste Lullien, Nicolas Raoult, and Jerome Rigal

Song of Blades and Heroes Published by Andrea Sfiligoi Created by Andrea Sfiligoi

Publication, Fiction

Astounding Hero Tales Published by Hero Games Edited by James Lowder

Dragons of the Highlord Skies Published by Wizards of the Coast Written by Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman

Frontier Cthulhu Published by Chaosium Edited by William Jones

The Orc King Published by Wizards of the Coast Written by R.A. Salvatore

The Time Curse Published by Margaret Weis Productions Written by James M. Ward

Publication, Non-fiction

40 Years of Gen Con Published by Atlas Games Written by Robin D. Laws

Confessions of a Part-Time Sorceress: A Girl’s Guide to the Dungeons & Dragons Game Published by Wizards of the Coast Written by Shelly Mazzanoble

Grand History of the Realms Published by Wizards of the Coast Written by Brian R. James and Ed Greenwood

Hobby Games: The 100 Best Published by Green Ronin Edited by James Lowder

No Quarter Magazine Published by Privateer Press Nathan Letsinger, editor-in-chief; Eric Cagle, editor; Josh Manderville, art director

Roleplaying Game

Grimm Published by Fantasy Flight Games Written by Robert Vaughn and Christian T. Petersen

The Savage World of Solomon Kane Published by Great White Games/Pinnacle Entertainment Group Written by Paul “Wiggy” Wade-Williams (with Shane Lacy Hensley)

CthulhuTech Published by Mongoose Publishing Written by Matthew Grau and Fraser McKay

Battlestar Galactica Published by Margaret Weis Productions Written by Jamie Chambers

Faery’s Tale Deluxe Published by Firefly Games Written by Patrick Sweeney, Sandy Antunes, Christina Stiles, and Robin D. Laws

Aces & Eights Published by Kenzer & Co. Written by Jolly R. Blackburn, Brian Jelke, Steve Johansson, Dave Kenzer, Jennifer Kenzer and Mark Plemmons

Roleplaying Game Supplement

Legend of the Five Rings: Emerald Empire Published by Alderac Entertainment Group Written by Shawn Carman, Richard Farrese, Douglas Sun and Brian Yoon

Pirate’s Guide to Freeport Published by Green Ronin Written by Chris Pramas, Robert J. Schwalb, and Patrick O’Duffy

Delta Green: Eyes Only Published by Pagan Publishing Written by Dennis Detwiller, Adam Scott Glancy and Shane Ivey

Pathfinder: Rise of the Runelords Published by Paizo Publishing Edited by James Jacobs, Art by Wayne Reynolds

Ruins of the Wild: Dungeon Tiles 4 Published by Wizards of the Coast Written by Bruce R. Cordell

Codex Arcanis Published by Paradigm Concepts Written by Team Paradigm

Game Support

Dungeon Life: Bendy Walls Published by by Z-Man Publishing

Gamemastery Flip Mat: Tavern Published by Paizo Publishing

Crystalline Counters Published by Three Sages Games

Hollow Earth Expedition GM Screen Published by Exile Game Studio

Dr. Wizard’s Patented Elevation Indicator Published by Stratus Artworks

Call Of Cthulhu Dice Set Published by Q-Workshop

Collectible Card Game

Bleach Published by Score Entertainment&nb sp; Aik Tongtharadol (lead designer), William Harper (rules editor)

Legend of the Five Rings Published by Alderac Entertainment Group Mark Wootton (lead designer), Charles Urbach (cover artist)

The Spoils by Tenacious Games, Inc. Josh Lytle (lead designer), Patrick Meehan (lead artist)

Board Game Or Expansion

Pillars of the Earth Published by Mayfair Games Created by Michael Rieneck and Stefan Stadler

Kingsburg Published by Elfin Werks Created by Andrea Chiarvesio and Luca Iennaco

StarCraft: The Board Game Published by Fantasy Flight Games Created by Corey Konieczka and Christian Petersen

Last Night on Earth, The Zombie Game Published by Flying Frog Productions Created by Jason Hill

Battue: Storm of the Horse Lords Published by Red Juggernaut Created by Jim Long

Traditional Card Game

Lifeboat Published by Gorilla Games Created by Jeff Siadek

Cutthroat Caverns Published by Smirk and Dagger Games Created by Curt Covert and Justin Brunetto

Bankruptcy Published by Tangent Games Created by Geoff Habiger and Coy Kissee

Zombie Fluxx Published by Looney Labs Created by Andrew Looney

Infernal Contraption Published by Privateer Press Created by Matt Wilson, Jason Soles, Kevin Clark, Erik Breidenstein

Race for the Galaxy Published by Rio Grande Games Created by Thomas Lehmann

Filmik promujący Ved wh40k, pojawił się na YouTube. Jest słaby, bardzo słaby, naturalnym jest, że chciałoby się go porównać do produkcji wprowadzającej Confrontation. Szkoda gadać to trzeba zobaczyć.

Sillof`s Workshop, Rewelacyjne pomysły i realizacja. Witryna zawiera dodatkowo kilka innych wariantów Star Wars.

wtorek, 29 kwietnia 2008

Wygrzebane na kanadyjskim forum. Najpierw co w środku podstawki, nie poprawiam francuskiego ale można sie dokumkać o co biega:

1– Space Marine Commander (full sprue) non confirme si il s'agit effectivement de la sprue de commander
1– Space Marine Tactical Squad (10 models)
1– Space Marine Terminator Squad (5 models)
1– Space Marine Dreadnought

1– Ork Warboss
2– Ork Boyz Mobs (20 models total)
1– Ork Nob Mob (5 models)
3– Death Koptas

Zawartość powala, miażdży, gniecie, depcze i spopiela pomimo tego że orkoludy nie dostaną wcześniej zapowiadanego killa kana. W sklepach po angielskim GD czyli wrzesień.

Zmiany w zasadach, jest tego trochę:

• Running – instead of shooting can opt to run d6” (cannot assault) (note Fleet of Foots advantage now is that you can assault)
• Cover rules (a cover save is needed when shooting into cover, for the unit being shot at when you are shooting out of more than 2” of cover, shooting through cover to enemy on the other side)
• Targeting units (can’t target units whose line of site is paritally impaired by friendly units if your guns are powerful enough to damage it e.g. Missile Pod versus Devilfish)
• Shooting – if you shoot through on the same level as you the enemy unit being fired at gains a 4+ cover save
• Templates – all templates auto hit all the models underneath e.g. a ball of flame from an explosion
• Pinning/Go To Ground – after the enemy has rolled to hit or wound you can declare your models pinned and the unit cannot do anything that turn. They will benefit from +1 to their cover save or a 6+ save if not in cover
• Pinning – If forced to pin you take a -1 modifier Ld test if below half strength
• Blast weapons – instead of rolling to hit with blast weapons they automatically hit the target area but scatter
• (Flame) Template weapons – you don’t need to roll to hit
• Twin-linked template weapons – re-roll to wound
• Moving through units – troops cannot move through friendly units unless there enough room for its base or hull to fit through
• Rending – cause an AP2 wound against non-vehicles and against vehicles adds D3 to the Armour Penetration
• Sniper (cant remember old rules so may not be diff) – always a 4+ to wound, pinning, rending, 2D AP against vehicles (no bonus for rending)
• Pile-In moves are now at a 6” maximum
• Assault – can assault multiple units as long as you can maintain coherency, must declare which is the primary target and move to engage that unit first (must start assault against the unit it shot at) must attack the first unit if in its 2” assault range, if engaged with more than one enemy at the beginning of the fight you can choose where to assign the attacks
• If you assault a unit and you are exactly 1” away you are classed as in combat because you are 1” away or less
• If assaulting enemy units into/out of/through cover you suffer -1 initiative (if the enemy unit were locked in combat in the last turn this does not apply)
• Consolidation moves at end of assault can only be used to enter already locked combats and not start them
• Pistols are the only shooting weapon that confers +1 attack in combats
• Powerfists – if using a powerfist only secondary powerfists/thunder hammers will confer a +1 attack bonus. If using another special weapon eg. a power weapon powerfists may count towards the +1 attack bonus
• Morale checks (cant remember if diff) – now take a test if unit falling back pass through or touches normal unit
• Morale checks - -1 extra modifier to any other Ld test modifiers if below half strength
• Morale checks – If you lose an assault you gain a -1 modifier for every wound caused – my poor tau 
• If you are immune to psychology somehow when losing a combat you take as many wounds as you are outnumbered by e.g. outnumbered 2:1 equals 2 wounds (walkers + mc’s = 10 models)
• Falling Back – fleeing troops may not Go To Ground (pinning rule) or automatically pass pinning tests
• Falling Back units may shoot while moving or opt to run (moving towards closest table edge). You cannot assault when falling back
• Falling back troops automatically pass all morale checks except to regroup
• Regroup – can regroup falling units with a Ld test if further than 6” from nearest enemy unit and above half strength
• Regroup - +1 to roll needed if no enemy is visible or in area terrain
• Regroup – if regrouped can Assault and Run or Shoot (count as moving)
• Independent Characters – Move Through Cover and Skilled Rider rules
• Independent Characters – In combat must be in B2B and can be targeted separately
• MCs – Shoot at 1 target, cannot voluntarily pin
• (Dark) Eldar Jet bikes – May make an extra 6” movement in the Assault phase instead of assaulting
• Artillery – artillery units may not run, and may not assault if there is a gun
• Artillery – models hit on 1-4 and guns hit on a 5-6 (like in fantasy), guns are AV10 and will automatically be destroyed on a glancing or penetrating hit
• Artillery – automatically fail sweeping advance tests
• Roads – vehicle except walkers and skimmers may move at double speed if they use their full movement distance along a road
• Vehicles – if moving 6” or less (Combat speed) may fire one single weapon. If moving at 6-12” (Cruising speed) or more cannot shoot
• Defensive Weapons – Any weapon that is Strength 4 or less (defensive) may be fired when moving at Combat Speed and in addition to their main weapon
• Defensive Weapons – may not be fired if you’re using an Ordnance weapon that turn
• Ordnance Barrage – must be stationary to fire, no defensive weapons may be fired, pinning tests incur for wounded models
• AP1 weapons cause a +1 on the Vehicle Damage Tables
• AP- causes a -1 on the Vehicle Damage Tables
• New singular Damage Tables – 1.Crew Shaken (no shooting), 2.Crew Stunned (no movement or shooting
3. Damaged – 1 Weapon Destroyed, if none left Immobilised
4. Damaged – Immobilised, if already move to Wrecked
5. Damaged – Wrecked. Destroyed and becomes wreckage
6. Damaged – Explodes. 6” in all directions S3 Ap-. Vehicles not affected and ground becomes Difficult Terrain
• Glancing Hit = -2 Modifier
• AP- versus vehicles = -1 Modifier
• Hit an Open Topped Vehicle or AP1 weapon = +1 Modifier
• Hull Down/Obscured – 50% of vehicle must be in terrain to be hull down
• Obscured units may take the appropriate cover save for the terrain if they get a Glancing/Penetrating hit. If obscured from wargear the save is always 5+ • Vehicles are not hull down if in open Area Terrain
• Shooting at Vehicles – if you cannot see 100% of one side the vehicle gains a 3+ cover save
• Vehicle Assaults – Troops Strength +D6 Armour Penetration
• Defensive Grenades (i.e. Photon Grenades) – 4+D6 AP vs. vehicles
• Defensive Granades - When charged by enemy units the grenades cause them to lose their +1 attack for charging
• Assault Grenades (i.e. Frag Grenades) – 5+D6 AP vs. Vehicles
• Assault Grenades - if assault enemy units in terrain the combat will be fough on initiative basis
• Krak Grenades – 6+D6 AP vs. Vehicles
• Melta Bombs – 8+2D6 AP vs. Vehicles
• Vehicle Squadrons – Immobilised vehicles may be abandoned and in the process are destroyed and wrecked
• Vehicle Squadrons –shoot at one unit per turn. If shot at hits distributed evenly
• Vehicle Squadrons – if assaulted count as separate vehicles
• Transport Fire Points – cannot shoot if at Cruising Speed, counts as moving
• Transport Embarking – all of the models within 2” of Access Point or no embarking allowed
• Transport Disembarking – may shoot but not assault (no mention of Running)
• Effects of Transport Damage on Passengers – Wrecked causes a Pinning Test and Explosion causes a S4 AP- hit and a pinning test
• Ramming Tanks – If ramming cannot shoot. To ram a tank you move in the same way as a Tank Shock. Causes damage to both tanks on the correct side. +1S for every armour point above 10 and +1 for every 3” moved +1, tank +1
• Open Topped Vehicles - +1 to result of vehicle damage
• Fast Vehicles – May choose to make a Flat Out move granting them 18” to move but cannot shoot
• Fast Vehicles Firing – At Combat Speed may move and shoot all weapons like a stationary vehicle e.g. ordnance weapons. At Cruising Speed may move and fire like normal vehicles’ combat speed
• Flat Out – cannot embark/disembark troops
• Skimmers – cannot end move over friendly/enemy troops
• Skimmers – if moving at Cruising or Flat Out speed count as obscured
• Skimmers – if at Cruising Speed or Flat Out and is immobilised it’s destroyed, if it at Combat Speed immobilised as normal and no longer a skimmer
• Skimmers – need a 6 to hit skimmers in combat
• Walkers – may Run
• Walkers – If stationary may fire all weapons, if at combat speed may fire one
• Walkers – If immobilised or Stunned in combat, loses one attack
• Walkers – May Death or Glory ramming moves
• Universal Special Rule – Eternal Warrior – immune to instant death
• Feel No Pain – cannot be used if you won’t receive an armour save
• Fleet – can Run and Assault
• Slow and Purposeful - Units with SaP have the Relentless special rule and count as moving through difficult terrain when moving
• Relentless - a unit may move, fire weapons as though they are stationary and then assault in the same turn
• Stealth – units receive a +1 to cover saves
• Stubborn – receive no Ld modifiers for morale checks
• Turbo Boosters – Jet Bikes and Bikes may move up to 20”, if moves more than 18” the model receives a 3+ save
• Standard Missions- 1-2 Recon, 3-4 Take & Hold, 5-6 Total Annihilation and have the rules Reserves, Deep Strike, Random Game Length (All these missions have been changed)
• Recon – D3+2 markers. Control objective if you are within 3” and there are no enemies within 3”. Player with the most objectives wins
• Take & Hold – Player places an objective in each Deployment Zone, each objective is claimed if within 3” and no enemy units. Player with most wins
• Total Annihilation – Player with highest number of kill points wins. HQ=3 kill points. Heavy Elite Fast Attacks=2 Kill Points. Troops = 1 Kill Point
• Scoring Units – Troops are the only scoring units. Troops that are vehicles or falling back are not scoring units
• Deployment – Roll off for deployment type.
• 1-2 Spearhead (Table Quarters)
• 3-4 Pitched Battle (long edge)
• 5-6 Dawn of War (long edge) place 1HQ and 2Troop on the table and on your first turn models not already deployed can move on from the table edge, infiltrators may start as normal
• Deep Strike – if a unit deep strikes onto a unit/terrain/off the board you roll on the deep strike mishap table. 1=Destroyed, 2/3=unit removed counts as half strength for VP, 4/6= Opponent may place unit anywhere without scattering
• Random Game Length – if at end of turn 5 the player who just had their turn roll a d6 on a 3+ you play turn 6. At end of turn 6 roll a 4+ and turn 7 is played
• Reserves – on turn 5 or later units arrive automatically
• Outflanking Reserves – scouts/infiltrators may try to Outflank, on a d6 roll of 1-2 the unit enters play via left short edge, 3-4 enter via right short edge, 5-6 choose
• Reserves – Scouts/Infiltrators may flank in dedicated transports
• Victory Points – gain 50% of unit worth if unit is below half strength
• If BS is 6 or great you get a re-roll to hit if you miss (doesn’t Get Hot) e.g. BS6 need a 2 to hit and a 6 if you miss. BS7 2/5, BS8 2/4, BS9 2/3, BS10 2/2 (if you have a master-crafted weapon you get the same chance to hit as on your first shot)

poniedziałek, 28 kwietnia 2008

Ciekawe czemu dopiero teraz na to wpadłem. Wynik poszukiwań był lekko szokujący.

Galerie fotek z paryskiego GenConu prezentuje Jeux de Figs

niedziela, 27 kwietnia 2008

Dwudziestopięciolecie Warhammera obchodziliśmy hucznie w Paradoxie. Kilka fotek.


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