A standalone expansion of the Call of Warhammer experience. Fewer scripts, unlocked gameplay, brand new factions, new continents, dozens of new units, new music, and much more.
Looks like theyre getting ready to load in some tennis balls
Now we just need a tennis ball thrower then load these babies in and we have another version of it lol
Those are some nice cabages the ratties have. :)
xD the cabages
Poison wind is just a metaphor for farting.
Those mortars looks too...similiar.
Theyre probably based off the earthquake mortars of the Chaos Dwarves. Either way the skaven are everywhere, so they very much could have found some chaos dwarf tech and re-modeled and re-engineered it.
The Ratmen are quite self-sufficient in terms of technology as the lore goes.
"Heskit One-Eye, leader of the Clan Skryre element of the skaven army gathered in the tunnels beneath Nuln for the invasion of the city, plans a raid on the College of Engineering. Grey Seer Thanquol learns of the planned raid through his underling Lurk Snitchtongue, whom he uses to send a mysterious warning (in badly-spelled Reikspiel) to Gotrek and Felix, alerting them to Heskit's plans in the hopes that they will either foil the raid, preventing his rival from gaining prestige and potentially usurping him as leader of the skaven army, or die in the attempt, thus ridding him of two dangerous enemies. Breaking into the College of Engineering on a night when most of the engineers are at the palace for a banquet thrown by Countess Emmanuelle, Gotrek and Felix discover the skaven of Clan Skryre stealing human technology. Heskit One-Eye mans a Steam Tank to try and kill the interlopers but confuses his own followers into thinking he is attacking them. Fighting his way through the chaos, Felix ends up inside the steam-tank with Heskit as it barrels out of control, smashing through a wall before falling through the hole into the sewers the skaven used for their raid. Felix and Heskit both escape from the tank shortly before it explodes and both sides flee the scene."
—Skavenslayer; A Gotrek & Felix novel
Not exactly the same, but even a suspiciously similar to a Steam Tank skaven device was officially released for a Skaven Civil War scenario. Some kind of Skaven Steam Tank rules were published, but I can't find anything official about it as all the old links are dead. But I see it appeared on White Dwarf 62, dunno what edition, if spanish or UK.
"Some of the four lost Steam Tanks were captured by enemies of the empire like the Skaven, who transformed one of the tanks into a fiendish wyrdstone powered rat tank".
Can't find the ultimate source though. But the story about 'Sigismund', one of the lost steam tanks and suppossedly stolen by the Skaven has been there for a long time.
Rotten cabbage bombardment. Missed the mortars in my rat army.
Btw who are the killers behind mortarmen? Haven't played the game in two weeks and can't recognize them already.
Yea who are those guys behind the globadiers. Hmmmmmmmm...........
I believe they're Packmasters friend.
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So the rat's finally get to try out the new toys...
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