Sunday, 24 March 2013

Warhammer Third Edition Reference by Dreamfish

I noticed that there has been a discussion on the Blood Forum about a Warhammer Third Edition reference. This got me thinking, as I was sure that I had a pretty detailed, non-copyright, version lying around somewhere. A quick hunt through my computer and I found this reference by Alex Koning.

EDIT: WHO TURNS OUT TO BE OUR OWN DREAMFISH.

I cannot recall where I got it from, but big thanks to Alex for putting it together. I hope some of you fellow Third Edition gamers get some use out of it.

I present it here as an embedded document as I am aware that some of you are having problems with Scribd  accounts. If you want a copy, just email me and I'll send it out to you.

Otherwise,

enjoy.



Orlygg.

10 comments:

  1. Thanks! That's amazingly useful!

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  2. Cheers Orlygg; really helpful for someone like me who hasn't played third since, well, fourth came out and I decided I was "too grown up" for wargames - the folly of youth!

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  3. Alex is the chap whose miniatures feature in the online battle reports we run - Bridge Over the River Chai, Shadow of Kole's Lorr and It's Fun to Slay at the Wyemm Seeyay. He's also the author of the WFB3 Army Builder files (including a bloody good swing at the RoC stuff!). He's usually known as Dreamfish. Most recently known for his astonishing games table, which can be discovered here:

    http://realmsofminiatures.blogspot.co.uk/

    Regards
    Gaj

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  4. Well, there goes my anonymity...

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  5. That's an excellent resource - probably best reading it before trying to read the book as it's easier to understand!

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  6. The culprit is found! Thanks Dreamfish for all the hard work you put into this.

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    1. Yes, thanks Dreamfish - perusing it now.

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  7. This is so awesome, cheers.

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  8. ...and WFB3 suddenly becomes playable! Only kidding, but this is extremely useful.

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  9. The reference posted is actually an old version. The reference is maintained on the Blood forum - under the rules section. No big changes, just some corrected typos.

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