Mordheim was actaully my first GW game, I played an undead warband at a local gaming club and two of the people there became great friends. One of them played skaven and always had the worst luck, I butchered two of his heroes and killed a third when I NPCed as the gladiator. (His hero was captured and sent to the pits.) Best time had to be when one of my Ghouls took an opposing Vampire out of combat, pure gold!
I used to have a rediculously powerful Bretonnian warband that I was asked to disband and start anew by the gaming club. My lead knight became blinded in one eye, frenzied, fearless, and -1T wounded for life.
He was a haggard old beast of a man. After that, I created a set of rules called the Imperial Guildwizards, out to find wierdstone and experiment in the lawlessness of Mordheim's ruins. Great list with lots of fun for the player.
I eventually returned to plain ol' Skaven, which are my favorite list from the main rulebook. I'm tied for 2nd fav from the Dark Elves and Shadow Elves, both non-rulebook. To this day I am in a Mordheim campaign and recommend it to all.
I used to love mordheim, for me it was trying to keep building up your characters. At the club we played at we had a league table on who had the oldest guys, it was a good laugh with people ignoring your whole gang just goin for one guy to get him off the top of the table
After messing around for years with Diablo II, this game really sucked me in.
It will always be one of my (if not THE) favorite games, in no small part
thanks to empire in flames and the huge khemri campaign/rules thing that
was made by fans.
The fun we had when we used the thing in the woods with 4 warbands, bloody
mayhem for all. Nothing so funny as having an Orc hero being bitten, survive
half a campaign, continiously turning into a devestating werewolf only for it to eventually
turn its back on its green roots and flee into the wilds to plague others :wink:
Rumors are that there will be an updated skirmish rulebook to replace
mordheim and normal skirmish, along with several plastic building kits.
Rumors whisper of a house and a windmill, should be interesting, very
We usually have 2 or 3 campaigns a year. Good fun to be had, as it is the one GW game that brings us all together. The one we just finished, the rules were specifically written stating, that I could only win if my Warband was last one standing at the endgame. :laugh:
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