They'll almost certainly be in 3.
The real question is if Demons of Chaos will be one army or four. Personally, I hope they are split up because Nurgle has way too much stuff to be forced to share a roster with the other three.
Also what other factions we may get. Kislev and the Undead Legion (Nagash) both seem likely, and maybe some form of Dogs of War / Southern Realms.
Magic Pink wrote: »
Prohass wrote: »
So I just got a pc that can run this, I’m a little confused as to the difference between the two games. Like in the opening post it’s said that you should just play the second game, but I’m assuming I would still need to buy the first game to get access to those races? Kind of confused
Edit: sorry I’ve seen this answers in follow up posts. Should have read more! If I’m reading it right the original basically acts as kind of retroactive dlc for the second game?
Fencingsax wrote: »
Those recommendations are not always accurate.
Unlucky wrote: »
I got into Warhammer at the Battle for Skull Pass 7th edition and collected exclusively Dwarfs. I quit a bit around the start of 8th. Chaos Dwarfs are a bit before my time, are they really that cool a roster?
Ogre Kingdoms and Chaos(Chaos Giants/Dragons yo) were gonna be my next army, but had some real life stuff come up that stopped me. Nowadays, it's not exactly easy to find people to play 8th edition with haha.
I imagine they'd significantly change the horde mechanic. Specifically, make razed settlements difficult to retake when done via a horde army. Make it take a few turns and inform you they're attempting it or something, say they're clearing the chaos out and tie it to corruption levels.
From that DLC list before, it's actually what drew me to the game - it's so obvious they changed their design philosophy around game #2, and it became good enough for me to take interest last November. I'm quite glad I've picked it up so late into its life-cycle, I would have really disliked this game before the potion of speed update, and with so few choices.
Magic Pink wrote: »
Hmmmm, yes, yes I like this. Compelling argument. A hard campaign first go though? I'm still picking people based on Easy/Normal. (I play normal/normal as well) I haven't beaten a 'Hard' campaign start yet!
Kristmas Kthulhu wrote: »
I've been playing a Lizardkin campaign on Mortal Empires and I'm having a good time, feel like I'm making progress. I have expanded quite a bit, control 3 provinces and half of two others, by kicking out the Skaven and destroying a minor Tomb King faction. I did ally with a minor lizardkin faction early on hoping that their troops would help in the taking of the rats' territory, but wasn't quite sure how to get their forces to actually appear in a battle that I initiated. Is that even a thing that's possible? Maybe I don't understand how best to use allies.
In any case, that minor faction does hold the two territories that I need to complete control of the provinces I have a clawhold in, but they refuse to confederate. Do I just attack them and not concern myself with the reliability hit, or is there something I can do to get them to submit?
10% recruitment cost for Savage Orcs replaced by +10% speed for Orc Boars
Casually Hardcore wrote: »
So I’m playing and c easy/easy skaven vortex campaign and 150turns in I’m steam rolling everyone now that I finally understand how to play skaven.
I want to restart the game as a different faction. Any suggestions?
LordSolarMacharius wrote: »
Content creators on youtube have confirmed it's for TWW3.
Indie Winter wrote: »
But isn't there more TWW2 DLC still slated?
something a million times dumber wrote: »
not having ever been into WHFB, I don't really what factions are there still to bring in
what's there to do for a third game?