- What are the "problems unique to Coreheim?". It has been tested and updated, tested and updated, over and over again. (Moved from main page of the wiki; in the future, please use the discussion pages for stuff like this)
- I'm going by general /tg/ attitudes. People either like or loathe Coreheim. It's either a gloriously balanced, perfect piece of gaming material, or a souless abomination ripped from Mordheim, without all the fun. As this page is emphasizing humor, it is mentioned as a variant. I acknowledge that it's been tested over and over again; then again, not to be all wishy-washy, but most of the folks I've known who play Mordheim (or are on /tg/ discussing it) aren't so much looking for the balance. The 'problems unique to Coreheim' are therefore the limited selection of warbands, the creator's refusal to work outside of that, and the rather condescending attitudes towards those who disagree with them. It's not a slag against the game itself; it's a well-balanced game. It's just not Mordheim.
- A fair criticism. Reading your text it just seemed to say that "Coreheim corrects some imbalanced rules, yet introduces some new imbalances" - so maybe you should clarify that. If it doesn't take too much away from the cocky style of the writing. Signed a Coreheim fan who acknowledges that Mordheim is more flavorful.
Warbands as articles?
I'm just curious... should we add new pages for the different warbands to expand upon their lore and units? I get that some would kind of fold into pre-existing pages, but things like the Cult of the Possessed or the Carnival of Chaos are unique enough in Warhammer Fantasy Lore that they surely deserve their own pages as much as any of the other Warhammer stuff, right?--QuietBrowser (talk) 01:13, 22 June 2020 (UTC)
- Well that works for Carnival of Chaos, Sisters of Sigmar or Possessed, but a good chunk of them have no particular lore to them, like Orcs and Goblins, the Mercs or arguably Skaven. Maybe make pages for the unique ones and let the rest be? JakeBit (talk) 09:45, 22 June 2020 (UTC)
Ostlanders -> Noveau Riche Rule
As far as I am aware, the most up to date version of the Ostland Warband is the Annual 2002, and it specifies that the only special rule that Ostlanders adhere too is "Self-Sufficient", as in they cant hire any Hired Swords except Ogre Bodyguards. This would get rid of the Noveau Riche rule which is the "weird rule that forces them to spend half their money each turn on one item of some sort."
Shouldnt this be edited to reflect it?