Cool, what armies does he have? I can't wait to see them!
Also, my uncharted empires book arrived on Wednesday, but I didn't pick it up until Saturday. I looked
at the armies, and revealed armies already in the army builder:
The Brotherhood: good aligned bretonnians with water elementals
Salamanders: good aligned lizard men.
The Herd: neutral beastmen, which I played with in our game.
Rhordia: neutral halflings.
Empire of Dust: evil tomb kings.
Ratkin: evil skaven
Varangur: evil warriors of chaos, which I have.
Sadly, no sign of twilight kin, but two new armies that are not in the army builder
are in the book, they must be seen to be believed. To get a glimpse of what they are,
the new armies are as follows,
Neritica: neutral fishmen, no warwhammer fantasy battle expy exists for these guys,
but they are pals with other forces of nature, including the Herd. Hard to hit them in melee
because of armywide ensnare, unless said otherwise.
Nightstalkers: Evil...... things that, like the Neriticas, have no fantasy expy, but are from
the embodiment of our nightmares. Whereas the abyssals are demons from Hell, the Nightstalkers
are negative feelings and then some from some other dimension. Confused and scared yet? We
should be, their main gimmicks are an army wide stealthy (unless said otherwise), which makes
Them harder to shoot. If that's not bad enough, they have an armywide ability that, if within
12 inches of an enemy inspiring model and is routed, the opponent is forced to reroll the nerve test
And the second result stands. However, it comes at a price, as none of the Nightstalkers have
Inspiring, nor gain inspiring through the talisman. I may consider starting this army in the future.
I would go into details about units and what they do for the armies, but that would spoil the
surprise. what do you think about all this?