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Tactics - Tactica
Written by Zythaar   
Thursday, 08 July 2010

B.A. T. T. L. E. D.

Before Assault: Thoughts on Tactics Leading to the Enemy's Defeat

by Zythaar of Mousillon 





  From many centuries, since the wars began the generals cracked their heads on how to defeat the enemy. Many strategies that were wrong cost the lives of thousands of soldiers and ruined the whole countries. The goal of this article is to present you some of the strategies drawn out from the real wars and adapted to the Warhammer Fantasy Battles. With the new edition coming I thought it would be great to gather up ideas and make a primer for new adepts in the arts of war helping them to learn and understand the basic rules of the battlefield. This article is addressed to people familiar with the rules of WFB although the changes in 8th edition will be explained as they are discussed.

Last Updated ( Friday, 26 August 2011 )
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Bretonnia Tactica: Virtues in 7th Ed.
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Tactics - Tactica
Written by QuiGonJinn   
Friday, 05 February 2010

Written by QuiGonJinn, with added commentary supplied by tomahawk, Skaveslayer, and davieste.

If you have come to this Tactica, you are looking to learn about the best way to use Virtues with your Paladins and Lords. This guide will not list the rules, nor points totals, but it will provide you with a tactical and competitive look at each Virtue.

Last Updated ( Monday, 08 February 2010 )
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Dread at the Castle Keep.
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Literature - Various Stories
Written by The Red Warden   
Monday, 11 January 2010

Journal Log of a Man At Arms for a Sir Williamson at his Castle Keep in the border princes.

(I think I may extend this into a series, switching from 3rd to 1st person every now and then.)

 Written in the Bretonnian Year of 1470, BY the Warden Demosk Man at Arms of Sir Williamson.                                                        

Last Updated ( Monday, 11 January 2010 )
The Dispossessed Knight's Tale
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Literature - Various Stories
Written by Sir Guy des Bontemps   
Saturday, 09 January 2010

The following forms a sub-plot to the thread "A bretonnian revolution? (discussion and planning)" and was written by me over a 24-hour period between 31st December 2009 and 1st January 2010.

The story revolves around a dispossessed knight, named  Toustain de Mont Briècque, who is from the small town of Mont Briècque in southern Carcassonne and located in the foothills of the eastern Irrana Mountains, near to the Nuvolone Pass.

I hope you enjoy the story, and your comments and feedback, via the RP thread, will be most welcome.

Sir Guy (aka CitadelSix / Geoff Buss) 


Last Updated ( Sunday, 10 January 2010 )
A Ghost Story of King’s Sleep
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Literature - Tales of Roiglan
Written by Gisoreux de Ponthieu   
Wednesday, 23 December 2009


even year had passed to the day -on the same ominous day our saviour Gilles le Breton was born so long ago- since the lord of the land, a cruel and avaricious man by the name of Jacques de Marlais, had died in a revolt of the people he had so unrelentingly extorted for his own greed, and finally to his own ruin. Having no heirs or living relatives the land was handed down by the sovereign into the care of the charge of the previous lord, a man who was his brother by rites of marriage, Pierre d'Aide Avare. True to his guardian, his was an even more harsh rule; the revolt bloodily thrown down, heavier taxes, he even punished the household for their supposedly inability to safeguard their lord. All knights and family had abandoned him over the years -which he did not rue: for now he had less mouths to feed. And now, being an old bitter man, he would reach a cornerstone of his life.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 24 December 2009 )
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Sculpting A Dragon
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Hobby - Modelling
Written by sausage assasin   
Tuesday, 01 December 2009

Please note that this article merely instructs how I sculpted my dragon and know that you can do yours in whatever manner you like.  Now, before any construction ensues, you need a LOT of greenstuff (My dragon consumed about three or four rolls.).  I would refrain from buying this from the Games workshop website because there it’s hardly worth the price as well as shipping and handling.  Instead, peruse your local hobbyshops ( I found impressive amounts of greenstuff being sold for only $5.00 apiece at a woodcarving store.) or E-Bay, where I’ve found large quantities for sale at dirt-cheap prices.  There are also alternative putties to greenstuff that work just as well.  For instance, brownstuff is sturdier and good for solid understructures, and greystuff is softer and helpful for details.  Ideally, one with a project as ambitious as this would possess all three, but I’ve found it quite maneagable to get by with only greenstuff.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 20 January 2010 )
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