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    Oloh got a reaction from Muz333 in Unpainted Models   
    If you heat the plastic gently...with a hairdryer, it very slightly melts thin parts (those that typically bend) and you can nudge the spears and such to straighten them.  Its also good for fixing miniatures that have an unnatural lean to them because they were bent during shipment.  Just heat the legs up a bit and apply some pressure with your fingers for a few seconds until the plastic cools off again.
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    Oloh got a reaction from Disgruntled in Who else is probably starting with two Core Sets?   
    I want to add a couple thoughts to the multiple core set crowd.  First, in full disclosure, I pre-ordered 3 cores from my FLGS, so I have already made my decision, but I wanted to point out a few thoughts that might make you say "hmm." 
     
    Three sets gives you a max tray version of Reanimate Archers and Reanimates.  It gives you either a full tray of Spearmen (with 3 trays left over) or 2 separate six tray units and a six tray unit of cavalry.  The point is that all of the units will be very "usable" and will *most likely* (see next point) provide value down the road if you intend on using Daqan or Undead as one of your main armies.  The expansions will allow you further flexibility, but building the same number of units using expansions will definitely cost you a lot more.
    If the *most likely* above doesn't come true, and the meta develops such that you never really see "game" value out of having the full regiments of figures above, you can still get "hobby" value from the figures you don't use, if you are in to that kind of thing.  For example:
    For the Waiqar, you can cut the skeletons in half and have them coming out of the ground, or make them missing an arm, or substituting different weapons to give your army more variety other than the 4 basic sculpts that come with the core.  Additionally, one awesome touch is to have some of your skeletons painted in tattered blue and gold armor, with Daqan shields and fill your ranks with them when you have a necromancer in your unit raising undead.  It adds a whole level of street cred to your army :). For Daqan, you can paint some figures that you might not use every day in the colors of different Baronies, so that you can have more variety to the look of your army that might fit whatever campaign or theme you have.  Taking a group of Oathsworn Cavalry that you might have laying in a Ziplock bag somewhere and painting them all with Lord Hawthorne's symbol on white horses, you could create an elite "lucky" force that you only break out if Lord Hawthorne is in your group. Finally, for both armies, one of the things that excites me about the card based upgrade system is that you can model the upgrades.  I am already thinking of what different weapon color scheme I can think of to make my "Tempered Steel" upgraded units.  Perhaps the tempered steel has a slight blueish hue that is much more bright (or dark).  Perhaps a Rune Golem that used as an upgrade (and therefor doesn't actually attack itself) carries 1 banner in each of its arms to inspire the troops around it to give the benefits it has. The same is true for the heroes.  While Kari Wraithstalker might be used as plain old Kari in your games, having an unpainted version in your drawer ready to be painted up with differently so that the amazing "Bloodthirsty Blade" upgrade that came out with Wave 4 and works perfect with Kari can be perfectly represented with, well....a bloody blade. The above is not meant to advocate for buying more core sets (or anything for that matter), but for me part of the joy of a miniature game is really taking it to the next level in terms of lore and hobbycraft.  Once you start treating your army as a creative outlet to entertain both yourself and the people you play against, you get much more joy out of the game, such that it really transitions to a hobby.  
    Anyway, just wanted to add my two cents to the equation and share my thoughts in the hope it might inspire some folks to think a little differently about their toy soldiers.
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    Oloh got a reaction from Elrad in Unpainted Models   
    If you heat the plastic gently...with a hairdryer, it very slightly melts thin parts (those that typically bend) and you can nudge the spears and such to straighten them.  Its also good for fixing miniatures that have an unnatural lean to them because they were bent during shipment.  Just heat the legs up a bit and apply some pressure with your fingers for a few seconds until the plastic cools off again.
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    Oloh got a reaction from drkpnthr in Who else is probably starting with two Core Sets?   
    I want to add a couple thoughts to the multiple core set crowd.  First, in full disclosure, I pre-ordered 3 cores from my FLGS, so I have already made my decision, but I wanted to point out a few thoughts that might make you say "hmm." 
     
    Three sets gives you a max tray version of Reanimate Archers and Reanimates.  It gives you either a full tray of Spearmen (with 3 trays left over) or 2 separate six tray units and a six tray unit of cavalry.  The point is that all of the units will be very "usable" and will *most likely* (see next point) provide value down the road if you intend on using Daqan or Undead as one of your main armies.  The expansions will allow you further flexibility, but building the same number of units using expansions will definitely cost you a lot more.
    If the *most likely* above doesn't come true, and the meta develops such that you never really see "game" value out of having the full regiments of figures above, you can still get "hobby" value from the figures you don't use, if you are in to that kind of thing.  For example:
    For the Waiqar, you can cut the skeletons in half and have them coming out of the ground, or make them missing an arm, or substituting different weapons to give your army more variety other than the 4 basic sculpts that come with the core.  Additionally, one awesome touch is to have some of your skeletons painted in tattered blue and gold armor, with Daqan shields and fill your ranks with them when you have a necromancer in your unit raising undead.  It adds a whole level of street cred to your army :). For Daqan, you can paint some figures that you might not use every day in the colors of different Baronies, so that you can have more variety to the look of your army that might fit whatever campaign or theme you have.  Taking a group of Oathsworn Cavalry that you might have laying in a Ziplock bag somewhere and painting them all with Lord Hawthorne's symbol on white horses, you could create an elite "lucky" force that you only break out if Lord Hawthorne is in your group. Finally, for both armies, one of the things that excites me about the card based upgrade system is that you can model the upgrades.  I am already thinking of what different weapon color scheme I can think of to make my "Tempered Steel" upgraded units.  Perhaps the tempered steel has a slight blueish hue that is much more bright (or dark).  Perhaps a Rune Golem that used as an upgrade (and therefor doesn't actually attack itself) carries 1 banner in each of its arms to inspire the troops around it to give the benefits it has. The same is true for the heroes.  While Kari Wraithstalker might be used as plain old Kari in your games, having an unpainted version in your drawer ready to be painted up with differently so that the amazing "Bloodthirsty Blade" upgrade that came out with Wave 4 and works perfect with Kari can be perfectly represented with, well....a bloody blade. The above is not meant to advocate for buying more core sets (or anything for that matter), but for me part of the joy of a miniature game is really taking it to the next level in terms of lore and hobbycraft.  Once you start treating your army as a creative outlet to entertain both yourself and the people you play against, you get much more joy out of the game, such that it really transitions to a hobby.  
    Anyway, just wanted to add my two cents to the equation and share my thoughts in the hope it might inspire some folks to think a little differently about their toy soldiers.
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    Oloh got a reaction from tkundnobody in Who else is probably starting with two Core Sets?   
    I want to add a couple thoughts to the multiple core set crowd.  First, in full disclosure, I pre-ordered 3 cores from my FLGS, so I have already made my decision, but I wanted to point out a few thoughts that might make you say "hmm." 
     
    Three sets gives you a max tray version of Reanimate Archers and Reanimates.  It gives you either a full tray of Spearmen (with 3 trays left over) or 2 separate six tray units and a six tray unit of cavalry.  The point is that all of the units will be very "usable" and will *most likely* (see next point) provide value down the road if you intend on using Daqan or Undead as one of your main armies.  The expansions will allow you further flexibility, but building the same number of units using expansions will definitely cost you a lot more.
    If the *most likely* above doesn't come true, and the meta develops such that you never really see "game" value out of having the full regiments of figures above, you can still get "hobby" value from the figures you don't use, if you are in to that kind of thing.  For example:
    For the Waiqar, you can cut the skeletons in half and have them coming out of the ground, or make them missing an arm, or substituting different weapons to give your army more variety other than the 4 basic sculpts that come with the core.  Additionally, one awesome touch is to have some of your skeletons painted in tattered blue and gold armor, with Daqan shields and fill your ranks with them when you have a necromancer in your unit raising undead.  It adds a whole level of street cred to your army :). For Daqan, you can paint some figures that you might not use every day in the colors of different Baronies, so that you can have more variety to the look of your army that might fit whatever campaign or theme you have.  Taking a group of Oathsworn Cavalry that you might have laying in a Ziplock bag somewhere and painting them all with Lord Hawthorne's symbol on white horses, you could create an elite "lucky" force that you only break out if Lord Hawthorne is in your group. Finally, for both armies, one of the things that excites me about the card based upgrade system is that you can model the upgrades.  I am already thinking of what different weapon color scheme I can think of to make my "Tempered Steel" upgraded units.  Perhaps the tempered steel has a slight blueish hue that is much more bright (or dark).  Perhaps a Rune Golem that used as an upgrade (and therefor doesn't actually attack itself) carries 1 banner in each of its arms to inspire the troops around it to give the benefits it has. The same is true for the heroes.  While Kari Wraithstalker might be used as plain old Kari in your games, having an unpainted version in your drawer ready to be painted up with differently so that the amazing "Bloodthirsty Blade" upgrade that came out with Wave 4 and works perfect with Kari can be perfectly represented with, well....a bloody blade. The above is not meant to advocate for buying more core sets (or anything for that matter), but for me part of the joy of a miniature game is really taking it to the next level in terms of lore and hobbycraft.  Once you start treating your army as a creative outlet to entertain both yourself and the people you play against, you get much more joy out of the game, such that it really transitions to a hobby.  
    Anyway, just wanted to add my two cents to the equation and share my thoughts in the hope it might inspire some folks to think a little differently about their toy soldiers.
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    Oloh got a reaction from CaribbeanNinja in Master Product & Promo List   
    Last Updated 05-11-2017 (Added Promos Section)
    Released
    Wave 0 - Initial Release (April 13, 2017)
    RWM01 - RuneWars: The Miniatures Game (Core Set) (LINK)
    RWM02 - RuneWars: The Miniatures Game Dice Pack (LINK)
    Announced
    Wave 1 (May 18, 2017)
    RWM03 - Oathsworn Cavalry Expansion (LINK) - Shipping Now!
    RWM05 - Daqan Infantry Command Expansion (LINK) - Shipping Now!
    RWM08 - Reanimate Archers Expansion (LINK) - Shipping Now!
    RWM10 - Waiqar Infantry Command Expansion (LINK) - Shipping Now!
    Wave 2
    RWM04 - Rune Golems Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    RWM06 - Lord Hawthorne Hero Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    RWM07 - Spearmen Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    RWM09 - Carrion Lancers Unit Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    RWM11 - Ankaur Maro Hero Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    RWM12 - Reanimates Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    Wave 3
    RWM13 - Essentials Pack (LINK) - At the Printer as of 5/8/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM14 - Latari Elves Expansion Pack (LINK) - At the Printer as of 5/8/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    Wave 4
    RWM15 - Latari Elves Infantry Command Unit Upgrade Expansion (LINK) - In Development as of 4/28/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM16 - Deepwood Archers Unit Expansion (LINK) - In Development as of 4/21/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM17 - Leonx Riders Unit Expansion (LINK) - In Development as of 4/21/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM18 - Aymhelin Scion Unit Expansion (LINK) - In Development as of 4/21/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM19 - Maegan Cyndewin (LINK) - In Development as of 4/28/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM20 - Heavy Crossbowmen (LINK) - In Development as of 5/8/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    Rumored
    RWM?? - Uthuk Y'llan Expansion - Revealed on Release Poster 

     
    RWM?? - Kyndrithul - Revealed in the Army Painter Waiqar Painting Guide, page 15. 

    Promos
    Launch Adventure
    Kari Wraithstalker Extended Art Card Ardus Ix'Erebus Extended Art Card Skirmish Deployment Card Launch Adventure Campaign Card
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    Oloh got a reaction from Dosiere in Rules cards from Team Covenant Video   
    Filling out most of the details on the cards and wheels from this and this excellent summary video made by KrisSherriff:
     
    Kari

     
    Golem

     
    Calvary

     
    Spearmen

     
    Ardus

     
    Carrion Lancer

     
    Reanimate Archers

     
    Reanimates

     
    Finally, here is a pic of an additional "Modifiers" reference card that hasn't been updated on the main post.
     

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    Oloh got a reaction from Toqtamish in Expansions announced   
    Ugh.  I've been painfully waiting for the game for what seems like forever with very little information.  The new flood is most welcome, though.  Getting me even more excited.
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    Oloh got a reaction from Muz333 in Expansions announced   
    Ugh.  I've been painfully waiting for the game for what seems like forever with very little information.  The new flood is most welcome, though.  Getting me even more excited.
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    Oloh got a reaction from KrisWall in Prepainted?   
    Unfortunately, it eats at my inner soul to know that there are unpainted portions of my minis.  I even paint the man-thong looming deep under my Scottish kilts before basing them, just to save the little guy a bit of embarrassment and ridicule should the wind should place him in a compromising predicament during battle.  
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    Oloh got a reaction from Budgernaut in Prepainted?   
    Unfortunately, it eats at my inner soul to know that there are unpainted portions of my minis.  I even paint the man-thong looming deep under my Scottish kilts before basing them, just to save the little guy a bit of embarrassment and ridicule should the wind should place him in a compromising predicament during battle.  
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    Oloh got a reaction from Swissman in Master Product & Promo List   
    Very good point.  The heroes could, perhaps, be sold in a two pack, with 2 different sculpted "heroic" bases, one for single infantry...like Kari and Ardus...and one for the cavalry versions.
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    Oloh got a reaction from Elrad in Expansions announced   
    Ugh.  I've been painfully waiting for the game for what seems like forever with very little information.  The new flood is most welcome, though.  Getting me even more excited.
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    Oloh got a reaction from TallTonyB in Master Product & Promo List   
    I edited the original post to include the exact dates that each of the products shifted from In Development, to At the Printer to On the Boat.  The idea is to start to give us a rough timeline for this particular game for the release dates from announcement to FLGS.  Figured it woudl be helpful in the future so we know Wave 6 is announced on X, should be at printer by Y and in FLGS by Z.  
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    Oloh got a reaction from Taki in Master Product & Promo List   
    Very good point.  The heroes could, perhaps, be sold in a two pack, with 2 different sculpted "heroic" bases, one for single infantry...like Kari and Ardus...and one for the cavalry versions.
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    Oloh got a reaction from Taki in Expansions announced   
    Ugh.  I've been painfully waiting for the game for what seems like forever with very little information.  The new flood is most welcome, though.  Getting me even more excited.
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    Oloh reacted to Budgernaut in Expansions announced   
    Please let me know if I have the wrong terminology, but here are the cards I could decipher from yesterday's announcement.
    Tempered Steel ("armor upgrade" but not sure of the name yet)
    Cost: 3
    Melee Attack or Ranged Attack: [surge] Exhaust this card to add [hit].
    Included in the Reanimate Archers expansion pack.
    Flank Guards ("tri-weave upgrade")
    Cost: 5
    While you are defending, enemy units do not add an extra die for flanking you.
    Included in the Daqan Infantry Command expansion pack.
    Fortune's Dice ("amulet? artifact? upgrade") [I think the squiggly underline beneath the name might mean it is unique, so you can only include one in your army.]
    Cost: 6
    Melee Attack or Ranged Attack: Exhaust this card to change one die to a face of your choice.
    Included in the Daqan Infantry Command expansion pack and Waiqar Infantry Command expansion pack.
    Artifact Bearer ("hero upgrade")
    Hero figure only; Daqan only; Infantry only
    Cost: 4
    Armor: 3
    Health: 2
    Add [artifact?] to this unit's available upgrades. When this figure is defeated, discard 1 [artifact?] upgrade that is equipped to this unit.
    Included in the Daqan Infantry Command expansion pack.
    Moment of Inspiration ("tri-weave" upgrade)
    Cost: 5
    Melee Attack: You may exhaust this card to add 1 white die.
    Included in the Oathsworn Cavalry expansion pack.
    Mistlands Saboteur ("hero upgrade")
    Hero figure only; Waiqar only; Infantry only
    Cost: 6
    Armor: 2
    Health: 1
    Skill: Discard 1 non-figure upgrade card from an enemy engaged with you.
    Included in the Waiqar Infantry Command expansion pack.
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    Oloh got a reaction from pancakeonions in Master Product & Promo List   
    I agree with you on the above. Based on what we have seen on the cards, I think you will very likely see a couple of additional things come out in the relatively near future:
    1. Cavalry for Waiqar (probably bone horrors) based on the fact that Vorakesh has a cavalry base add on that will allow you to add him to a group of Waiqar cavalry.  This strongly implies that there will be Waiqar cavalry come out before or with Vorakesh...otherwise you couldnt use Vorakesh's cavalry base.  Since the Vorakesh model is already done (via GenCon), it seems this will be sooner rather than later.
    2. Cavalry Command group for Daqan (and probably Waiqar) based on the fact that the Oathsworn Calvary card has upgrade slots a musician and bannerman (and possibly more, the images I've seen are not 100% clear).  Also the current command grousp are called "infantry" command...begging the designation of a later "cavalry command" in the future.
    Even with the stuff we have seen so far, unless FFG does a very, very aggressive release schedule in 2017, we pretty much know, more or less, what will be coming out in 2017.  Simply filling out the known gaps is more than enough to put us in 2018.
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    Oloh got a reaction from Muz333 in Master Product & Promo List   
    I agree with you on the above. Based on what we have seen on the cards, I think you will very likely see a couple of additional things come out in the relatively near future:
    1. Cavalry for Waiqar (probably bone horrors) based on the fact that Vorakesh has a cavalry base add on that will allow you to add him to a group of Waiqar cavalry.  This strongly implies that there will be Waiqar cavalry come out before or with Vorakesh...otherwise you couldnt use Vorakesh's cavalry base.  Since the Vorakesh model is already done (via GenCon), it seems this will be sooner rather than later.
    2. Cavalry Command group for Daqan (and probably Waiqar) based on the fact that the Oathsworn Calvary card has upgrade slots a musician and bannerman (and possibly more, the images I've seen are not 100% clear).  Also the current command grousp are called "infantry" command...begging the designation of a later "cavalry command" in the future.
    Even with the stuff we have seen so far, unless FFG does a very, very aggressive release schedule in 2017, we pretty much know, more or less, what will be coming out in 2017.  Simply filling out the known gaps is more than enough to put us in 2018.
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    Oloh got a reaction from Elrad in Master Product & Promo List   
    I agree with you on the above. Based on what we have seen on the cards, I think you will very likely see a couple of additional things come out in the relatively near future:
    1. Cavalry for Waiqar (probably bone horrors) based on the fact that Vorakesh has a cavalry base add on that will allow you to add him to a group of Waiqar cavalry.  This strongly implies that there will be Waiqar cavalry come out before or with Vorakesh...otherwise you couldnt use Vorakesh's cavalry base.  Since the Vorakesh model is already done (via GenCon), it seems this will be sooner rather than later.
    2. Cavalry Command group for Daqan (and probably Waiqar) based on the fact that the Oathsworn Calvary card has upgrade slots a musician and bannerman (and possibly more, the images I've seen are not 100% clear).  Also the current command grousp are called "infantry" command...begging the designation of a later "cavalry command" in the future.
    Even with the stuff we have seen so far, unless FFG does a very, very aggressive release schedule in 2017, we pretty much know, more or less, what will be coming out in 2017.  Simply filling out the known gaps is more than enough to put us in 2018.
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    Oloh got a reaction from druchii7 in Master Product & Promo List   
    Last Updated 05-11-2017 (Added Promos Section)
    Released
    Wave 0 - Initial Release (April 13, 2017)
    RWM01 - RuneWars: The Miniatures Game (Core Set) (LINK)
    RWM02 - RuneWars: The Miniatures Game Dice Pack (LINK)
    Announced
    Wave 1 (May 18, 2017)
    RWM03 - Oathsworn Cavalry Expansion (LINK) - Shipping Now!
    RWM05 - Daqan Infantry Command Expansion (LINK) - Shipping Now!
    RWM08 - Reanimate Archers Expansion (LINK) - Shipping Now!
    RWM10 - Waiqar Infantry Command Expansion (LINK) - Shipping Now!
    Wave 2
    RWM04 - Rune Golems Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    RWM06 - Lord Hawthorne Hero Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    RWM07 - Spearmen Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    RWM09 - Carrion Lancers Unit Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    RWM11 - Ankaur Maro Hero Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    RWM12 - Reanimates Expansion (LINK) - On the Boat as of 5/5/2017 (estimated Q2, 2017)
    Wave 3
    RWM13 - Essentials Pack (LINK) - At the Printer as of 5/8/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM14 - Latari Elves Expansion Pack (LINK) - At the Printer as of 5/8/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    Wave 4
    RWM15 - Latari Elves Infantry Command Unit Upgrade Expansion (LINK) - In Development as of 4/28/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM16 - Deepwood Archers Unit Expansion (LINK) - In Development as of 4/21/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM17 - Leonx Riders Unit Expansion (LINK) - In Development as of 4/21/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM18 - Aymhelin Scion Unit Expansion (LINK) - In Development as of 4/21/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM19 - Maegan Cyndewin (LINK) - In Development as of 4/28/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    RWM20 - Heavy Crossbowmen (LINK) - In Development as of 5/8/2017 (estimated Q3, 2017)
    Rumored
    RWM?? - Uthuk Y'llan Expansion - Revealed on Release Poster 

     
    RWM?? - Kyndrithul - Revealed in the Army Painter Waiqar Painting Guide, page 15. 

    Promos
    Launch Adventure
    Kari Wraithstalker Extended Art Card Ardus Ix'Erebus Extended Art Card Skirmish Deployment Card Launch Adventure Campaign Card
  22. Like
    Oloh got a reaction from maxam in Expansions announced   
    My guesses:
    RWM01           Core Set (Daqan / Waiqar)
    RWM02           Dice Pack

    RWM03           Oathsworn Cavalry 
    RWM04           [Spearmen]
    RWM05           Daqan Command
    RWM06           [Rune Golem]
    RWM07           [Mounted and Unmounted Hero shown at GenCon]

    RWM08           Reanimate Archers 
    RWM09           [Reanimates]
    RWM10           Waiqar Command  
    RWM11           [Carrion Rider]
    RWM12           [Mounted and Unmounted Hero shown at GenCon]


     
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    Oloh got a reaction from S0L in Expansions announced   
    My guesses:
    RWM01           Core Set (Daqan / Waiqar)
    RWM02           Dice Pack

    RWM03           Oathsworn Cavalry 
    RWM04           [Spearmen]
    RWM05           Daqan Command
    RWM06           [Rune Golem]
    RWM07           [Mounted and Unmounted Hero shown at GenCon]

    RWM08           Reanimate Archers 
    RWM09           [Reanimates]
    RWM10           Waiqar Command  
    RWM11           [Carrion Rider]
    RWM12           [Mounted and Unmounted Hero shown at GenCon]


     
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    Oloh got a reaction from Melanieshaman in The prices are outrageous   
    Unless they release a second core set Elves v Ulthak that those players can get started for the same.  Seems just as likely as any other scenario.
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    Oloh got a reaction from Taki in Expansions announced   
    My guesses:
    RWM01           Core Set (Daqan / Waiqar)
    RWM02           Dice Pack

    RWM03           Oathsworn Cavalry 
    RWM04           [Spearmen]
    RWM05           Daqan Command
    RWM06           [Rune Golem]
    RWM07           [Mounted and Unmounted Hero shown at GenCon]

    RWM08           Reanimate Archers 
    RWM09           [Reanimates]
    RWM10           Waiqar Command  
    RWM11           [Carrion Rider]
    RWM12           [Mounted and Unmounted Hero shown at GenCon]


     
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