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TopsyKretts

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So, as far as we know, Helot Chaos Cults do not get access to mutations?
No, that's not what I meant. Haven't gotten to mutations yet, but I would assume they have access. What I meant was, they didn't change compared to the old rules (old rules without mutiations). But they have changed in many ways comparing to new rules and new campaign mechanics. There are a lot of new rules and campaign mechanics that give different effects to Order and Chaos allegiances. Chaos usually consists of Chaos Cult, Corpse Grinder Cult and corrupted (house) gangs. Not sure if mutations are 'global' (applies to any previous campaign type) or meant to only apply to Uprising campaign. I would assume most of the new content is targeted primarily at Uprising, and if you want to use it or combine it with previous campaigns or campaign elements, it would require house rules to merge.
 

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No, that's not what I meant. Haven't gotten to mutations yet, but I would assume they have access. What I meant was, they didn't change compared to the old rules (old rules without mutiations). But they have changed in many ways comparing to new rules and new campaign mechanics. There are a lot of new rules and campaign mechanics that give different effects to Order and Chaos allegiances. Chaos usually consists of Chaos Cult, Corpse Grinder Cult and corrupted (house) gangs. Not sure if mutations are 'global' (applies to any previous campaign type) or meant to only apply to Uprising campaign. I would assume most of the new content is targeted primarily at Uprising, and if you want to use it or combine it with previous campaigns or campaign elements, it would require house rules to merge.
This makes me a happy cultist. Thanks.
 
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Zamerion2

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So, No one has the book of ruin yet? :(
 

Zamerion2

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There are already many people with the scenery. Many stores receive things on Wednesday, and if you have confidence they give it to you without problems.
 
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I received my Zone Mortalis: Floor Tile Set.
The measurements measured by me are:

30,4 cm x 30,4 cm x 0,4 cm (L x W x H)

Edit: ZM Floor Tiles ~ 12 x 12 inches
 
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cronevald

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So they sound like they take up the same space as the cardboard tiles? It would make me happy if it were easy to mix the two.
 
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For the Zone Mortalis columns I measure approximately 5,75 x 5,75 x 5.85 cm (L x B x H).
The short walls are in the sprue 4.7 cm and the long walls are 9.4 cm wide.


What may interest many too:
The provided magnetic holders are barely 6 mm in diameter.
 
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Trafalgar Law

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Hmm, that sounds very close to the card tiles. The walls on the card tiles are definitely 4.7 and 9.4cm long respectively. So why did they say it wouldn't fit the other day?

Oh and apparently clasic warhammer is coming back in 2 or 3 years time. Completely pointless article, got me excited with the email, thinking maybe I should fish my High Elves out of the box they were dumped in, then... nothing.
 

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Oh yeah, and despite me saying I was going to wait for the stuff from Dark Uprising to be available separately, I caved and bought the bloody thing. FOMO wins again. I am its slave.
 
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I try to summarize:

Zone Mortalis Floor Tile: 30,4 cm x 30,4 cm x 0,4 cm (L x W x H).

It's possible that English measures were used. The dimensions in centimeters are only approx.!

Zone Mortalis Column: 5,75 cm x 5,75 cm x 5,85 cm. Or maybe 2 2/16 x 2 2/16.
Zone Mortalis Short Wall: 4,7 cm length x 4,5 cm width (bottom) x 5,85 cm height.
Zone Mortalis Long Wall: 9,4 cm length x 4,5 cm width (bottom) x 5,85 cm height.

The hole of magnet holders is 4/16 or barely 6 mm in diameter.

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The ZM double wall seems to be as wide as the broad Necromunda barricade wall. The new ZM columns snap into the fields with a round grid. My broad and primed Necromunda barricade fits between two columns.

On the fields, where you can see two lines with three screws inside, the walls snap into place. The lines on the field indicate the orientation of the wall. For example, the double wall snaps perfect on the two boxes between the round grid tiles.

From top left to right counted, for example, field 2. There, the short wall snaps perfectly, with orientation from top to bottom. If you continue to field 7, a short wall snaps in perfectly, with orientation from left to right. Field 9 and 10 is perfect for the long wall with orientation from left to right. Field 14 and 20 for orientation from top to bottom.

The small doors of Necromunda Underhive barricades fits perfect between a column and a wall.
 
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Shouldn't 5,75 cm be the equivalent of ~2 13/50 inches? How big are the squares on the tile compared with the cardboard? Death Ray Designs' Deadbolt's Derelict range alongside these, even though slight differences, but price would determine my source for doors, columns and walls. Since movement by measurement instead of by squares, I guess this is a moo point...

Are the tiles double-sided and if not, what's on the bottom? Are those grates see through? If these are sturdy enough , maybe I could layer the tiles convert to resemble the Badzone Delta-7 ones, since some have produced 3D printed turbines and etc..
 
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The logo, ”Warhammer - the old world” is an important first step.

Now Black Library can separate classic Fantasy from Sigmarine drivel, computer games can indicate the correct fantasy setting - and it even makes it possible for GW to re-/release stuff that doesnt fit into AoS such as BB - and Mordheim...
 

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and Mordheim...
You mean a half-baked poorly written facsimile with only the name and tenuous setting ties to link it with the original?
 
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sump dweller

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More whining
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That is all this thread is here for though, isn't it? If not, a lot of people need to stop their bloody whining!
 

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Too old to drink the kool aid anymore and about time i take an extended break from this site.
 

Punktaku

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Noooooo! Just avoid the Sump and this here new sump!

although i hear you... there does seem to be less and less going on for us grognards...
 
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@Space Truckin dont let it get you down buddy!

I thought I’d be all over N17/18/19 but a look through my thread would suggest other than a few of the shiny new models, that I’ve promptly converted into Trolls, it’s passed me by and I’ve just kept enjoying playing and building the stuff I was doing before GW got involved again.

It came as a surprise to me but I find building “stock” models boring, and it’s all about the conversion and making unique stuff.