More bad mobile photos incoming. I'm using Hasslefree vikings as the base for my Mordheim endeavour. Test game went fairly well, amazing how easily I slipped into old warhammer habits.
Here are some WiPs to get the thread going.
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To mark the anniversary of Mordheim in 2019, and to celebrate the size and activity of the Mordheim Facebook Group, Tuomas Pirinen wrote rules for a Dramatis Persona -- none other than Luthor Wolfenbaum, who guides the player [and the newly arrived warband] through the rulebook [and the streets...
Finally acquired a "reasonably priced" Marianna Chevaux off an eBay store and the tab says "female pirate" instead of "vampire." Was GW planning a fantasy pirate range, but dropped it for some reason? I have the pirate captain and still looking for the Sartosa vampire and zombie.
From Citadel Journal 42, a mini-game of chariot races by Space McQuirk, based on Warhammer chariots of that year's edition, but suitable as a mini-game for Empire In Flames and Nemesis Crown games of Mordheim. And, I suppose, for particularly brutal sessions, down a cluttered Mordheim street...
Apologies if it's been done before.
Are there any rule systems in place for a Warhammer Quest style tunnel system for Mordheim in place at the moment?
I'm keen to develop some close quarters gameplay for Mordheim.
Some table inspiration. Intentional or not, the Great Fire of London is an obvious inspiration for the city of Mordheim and its ruins, with their narrow streets, erratic construction, leaning upper stories, Tudor architecture, and so on.
Here is a group at De Montfort University building a...