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MessaggioTitolo: La campagna di Albione, mastini della guerra   Ven Feb 01, 2008 10:56 pm

CAMPAGNA DI ALBIONE:

Qui vengono presentati in lingua inglese i mastini della guerra della campagna di Albione che possono essere utilizzati liberamente con le dovute limitazioni e regole speciali (vanno utilizzati esattamente come sono descritti qui) dagli eserciti di warhammer fantasy.
Nota: non sono personaggi speciali e si possono utilizzare in ogni partita, sono ammessi anche in torneo.


DARK EMISSARIES (emissario oscuro)

Though the fighting on Albion is not as fierce as it was, still the
struggle between the Truthsayers and the twisted Dark
Emmisaries continues. A Dark Emissary can be hired as a Dogs
of War unit. They may be hired by Dark Elves, Skaven, Chaos (all
types including armies with a daemonic general), Vampire
Counts, Tomb Kings, Dwarfs, Empire, Bretonnia (this is an
exception to the normal rule), Dogs of War and Orcs & Goblins.
A Dark Emmisary costs 265 points, and uses up both a Rare
choice and a Hero choice.
If fighting alongside a Dwarf army containing an Anvil of Doom,
make two separate pools of Power dice in your own Magic
phase: one pool to be used with the Anvil (D6+2 dice) and one
to be used by the Emissary (two dice plus four for his Level).
In your opponent’s Magic phase, you can group all your Dispel
dice into a single pool.

Weapons: Staff of Darkness (hand weapon)
Armour: None Mount: Always fight on foot
Spells: Dark Emissaries are Level 4 Wizards. They always use
spells from the Dark Emissaries’ list below.

SPECIAL RULES
The Spiral 5+ Ward save
The symbol of the Dark Master and a feared sign of damnation.
Few enemies dare look upon it.

MAGIC ITEMS
Staff of Darkness +1 to cast spells

M WS BS S T W I A Ld
Dark Emissary 4 3 3 3 3 3 3 1 8

DARK EMISSARIES’ SPELL LIST
D6 Spell Casting value
1 Bolt of Dark Light. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7+
2 Betrayal in Death . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7+
3 Nightmare . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7+
4 Curse of the Dark Master . . . . . . . . . . 8+
5 Fog of Death . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10+
6 Coils of the Serpent . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12+


BOLT OF DARK LIGHT Cast on 7+

The Dark Emissary conjures the powers of the Dark Master and
unleashes a deadly ray of pure dark energy.
It is a magic missile with a range of up to 18". If
successfully cast, it hits its target and causes D6 Strength 5 hits.

BETRAYAL IN DEATH Cast on 7+
Under the effect of this curse, enemy warriors who are mortally
wounded are transformed into ghastly animated bodies and
turn to attack their comrades.
This spell can be cast on an enemy unit that is engaged in close
combat and within 18" of the caster. If successfully cast, models
who fall casualty will attack their own side in a final spasm of
unholy energy. The spell lasts until the start of the caster’s next
turn. Fight the combat as normal. Any model in the affected unit
which is killed during the combat immediately makes one
further attack against a member of his own unit before it is
removed – this is regardless of whether the model has already
fought or not. Models killed by their own comrades will not be
affected, only those killed by the enemy. The warrior will drop
any weapon he’s carrying and attack with his bare hands in a
zombie-like fashion, thus the attack is always resolved at the
model’s basic Strength. In the case of mounted models, models
riding chariots or monsters and so forth, only riders strike. If the
dying model has a choice of different friendly models to attack,
the Dark Emissary may choose which. Casualties caused by this
spell will affect that round’s combat resolution.

NIGHTMARE Cast on 7+
The perverse arts of the Dark Emissary creates the illusion of
the enemy’s worst fears in front of their very eyes.
This spell can be cast on an enemy unit visible to and within 24"
of the caster, and which is not engaged in close combat. If
successfully cast, the unit immediately takes a Panic test. Units
immune to panic are immune to the effect of this spell.

CURSE OF THE DARK MASTER Cast on 8+
Remains in play
The heart of the enemy is grasped by icy tentacles of fear and
doubt, that sap their strength and their will to fight.
This can be cast on an enemy unit anywhere on the battlefield,
even if engaged in close combat. If successfully cast, all models
in the unit suffer a penalty of -1 to all their rolls to hit (both
shooting and close combat attacks). Once cast, it remains in play
until dispelled, or until the Wizard chooses to end it (which he
can do at any time), attempts to cast another spell or is slain.

FOG OF DEATH Cast on 10+
A mysterious fog rises from the ground, shrouding the entire
battlefield. All fighting stops for a short time, while friend and
foe alike are lost in the haze and sinister screams fill the air.
Each enemy unit on the table suffers D6 Strength 3 hits,
randomise hits as per missile hits. The Dark Emissary has only a
limited control over the nightmarish creatures he has
summoned, so the casting player must roll a dice for each of his
own units (excluding the Dark Emissary himself or the unit he
is with). On a 4-6 nothing happens, on a 1-3 the unit is affected
by the spell exactly like an enemy unit.

COILS OF THE SERPENT Cast on 12+
A writhing form snakes its way from the outstretched hands of
the Dark Emissary and wraps its coils around a single enemy
warrior, crushing the life out of his body.
This can be cast on a single unengaged enemy model within 12"
of the caster (you can even pick a character inside a unit, a war
machine crew, or choose to hit the character or monster/chariot
he is riding, etc). The victim must immediately take a Toughness
test. If failed, the model is crushed to death (remember a roll of
6 is always a failure and models without a Toughness value fail
only on a 6). No Armour saves or Ward saves are allowed.


TRUTHSAYERS (veriloquiante)

Though the fighting on Albion is not as fierce as it was, still the
struggle between the Truthsayers and the twisted Dark
Emmisaries continues. A Truthsayer can be hired as a Dogs of
War unit. They may be hired by Lizardmen, High Elves, Wood
Elves, Dwarfs, Tomb Kings, Empire, Bretonnia (this is an
exception to the normal rule), Dogs of War and Orcs & Goblins.
A Truthsayer costs 265 points, and uses up both a Rare choice
and a Hero choice.
If fighting alongside a Dwarf army containing an Anvil of Doom,
make two separate pools of Power dice in your own Magic
phase: one pool to be used with the Anvil (D6+2 dice) and one
to be used by the Truthsayer (two dice plus three for his Level).
In your opponent’s Magic phase, you can group all your Dispel
dice into a single pool.

Weapons: Staff of Light (counts as a halberd)
Armour: None Mount: Always fight on foot
Spells: Truthsayers are Level 3 Wizards. They always use spells
from the Truthsayers’ list.

SPECIAL RULES
The Triskele 4+ Ward save
The magical symbol of their office, it also focuses positive
energies onto Truthsayers, protecting them from harm.

MAGIC ITEMS
Staff of Light +1 to dispel attempts
This counts as a halberd.

M WS BS S T W I A Ld
Truthsayer 4 4 3 4 4 3 4 2 9

TRUTHSAYERS’ SPELL LIST
D6 Spell Casting value
1 Wings of Fate . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5+
2 Light of Battle. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6+
3 Gift of Life . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7+
4 Blessing of Valour. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8+
5 Boon of Courage. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8+
6 Voice of Command . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9+

WINGS OF FATE Cast on 5+
The Truthsayer conjures a flock of enchanted birds to
attack his enemies.
The flock is a magic missile with a range of up to 24". If
successfully cast, the flock hits its target and causes
2D6 Strength 2 hits.

LIGHT OF BATTLE Cast on 6+
A chosen regiment of warriors is protected by a shimmering
barrier that deflects enemy missiles and blows.
This spell can be cast on one friendly unit anywhere on the
battlefield, even if engaged in close combat. All models in
the unit receive a 5+ Ward save until the beginning of the
caster’s next turn.

GIFT OF LIFE Cast on 7+
Dying warriors that are lying broken on the battlefield are
granted a new chance, their bodies are healed of all
wounds and their strength is returned to them.
Each unit in the player’s army is given back one model that
has been removed as a casualty during the game. The model
is placed back in its original unit, with its full complement
of Wounds. The spell has no effect on units that have been
destroyed or fled off the table. All characters, chariots and
models with 4 or more Wounds on their profile who have
been wounded get one lost Wound back. This spell has no
effect on war machines (but it can restore a lost crew
member).

BLESSING OF VALOUR Cast on 8+
Remains in play
The prayers of the Truthsayer are heeded in the heavens
and his warriors are filled with the strength and skills of
the gods of hunting and battle.
This spell can be cast on a friendly unit which is anywhere
on the battlefield, even if it is engaged in close combat. If
successfully cast, all models that are in the unit get a bonus
of +1 to all their rolls to hit (both shooting and close
combat attacks). Once it is cast, the Blessing remains in play
until it is dispelled, or until the Wizard chooses to end it
(which he can do at any time), attempts to cast another spell
or is slain.

BOON OF COURAGE Cast on 8+
The warriors hear the commanding voice of the Truthsayer
in their minds, calling upon their honour and bidding
them to fight on, no matter how desperate their situation
has become.
This spell can be cast on one friendly unit anywhere on the
battlefield, even if it is engaged in close combat. If
successfully cast, the unit is Unbreakable until the beginning
of the caster’s next turn.
If cast on a fleeing unit, the unit immediately rallies,
regardless of how many models are left in it.

VOICE OF COMMAND Cast on 9+
Hearing the booming voice of the Truthsayer, an enemy
regiment suddenly stops in its tracks, doubt filling their
minds, hesitation paralysing their limbs.
This spell can be cast on any enemy unit on the table. The
unit must immediately take a Leadership test. If the test is
failed, the unit immediately loses all its fighting spirit. The
affected unit cannot move in its next Movement phase
(except if the unit is subject to some form of compulsory
movement, such as fleeing, stupidity, etc). In addition, the
unit cannot shoot in its next Shooting phase. This spell has
no effect on models that are Immune to Psychology.


FENBEASTS (bestie magiche)

The land of Albion is steeped in magic. The Ogham
stones draw magical energy to the isle, and the soil,
rocks, plants and even the fog, air and rain are
saturated with this. The Truthsayers and
Dark Emissaries can harness this energy in a number
of ways, either harnessing it through the Ogham
circles or drawing it in its raw state from the air and
ground itself. One such way these wizards of Albion
use this magical energy is to summon forth the
elemental monsters known as Fenbeasts.
Albion is riddled with marshes and bogs, and many
creatures founder whilst trying to cross them, being
dragged down to a murky grave. At such places the
mystical forces of Albion gather, drawn by death.
When a person dies, it is said that their soul is
trapped in the fens, unable to escape. At these places
a wizard can perform certain rituals to summon
forth that trapped spirit. A fist-sized stone inscribed
with magical Ogham symbols is dropped in the mire
at the place of the soul. A ritual involving the blood
of the summoner binds the soul, the magic and the
marsh as one, giving the wailing, insane spirit a
form. The Fenbeast then bursts forth from its muddy
grave, the Ogham stone pulsating with energy at its
centre. These creatures are totally without their own
will, instead they are driven forth by the mind of
their creator, to do their bidding.
Formed from mud and the detritus of the marshes,
Fenbeasts are not living creatures in any true sense.
They feel no pain and can reshape themselves to
reform limbs that have been blown or chopped off.
They have an elemental strength, drawing power
from the ground beneath them to smash the enemy
with fists as powerful as battering rams. They are
without emotion, fearless beasts which will not stop
as long as their master’s will endures.
Any army that includes a Truthsayer or Dark Emissary
may field one or more Fenbeasts as Dogs of War. Up
to 3 Fenbeasts may be included as a single Rare
choice. No army may include more than 3 Fenbeasts.

M WS BS S T W I A Ld
Fenbeast 6 3 – 5 5 4 2 3 10
Cost: 85 points each.

SPECIAL RULES

Single Model: Fenbeasts never form units and cannot
be joined by characters – they always operate as units
of one model with a Unit Strength of 4.
Unbreakable: Fenbeasts have no emotions to speak
of and will never flee from combat. They follow the
rules for Unbreakable models on page 112 of
Warhammer.
Fear: Being horrific, unliving creatures, Fenbeasts
writhe with supernatural energy. They cause fear as
described on page 81 of Warhammer.
Fen-walker: Fenbeasts are completely at home in
marshes and bogs, able to move with effortless speed.
For the purposes of movement, they treat fens,
marshes, morasses and similarly swampy terrain as
open ground.
No Will: The Dark Emissary or Truthsayer controls
the Fenbeast, if they should fall casualty then the
magic that binds it to the world is released. If the
Truthsayer or Dark Emissary in the army is slain, any
Fenbeasts in the army immediately collapse and are
removed.
Special Regenerate: Fenbeasts can tap into the
energy of Albion through marshes and fens,
rebuilding themselves from its substance. They have
the Regeneration special rule (page 113 of
Warhammer) when in marshes, fens, morasses, and
similar swampy terrain features. Note that this does
not include lakes, rivers or other types of ‘pure’ water
feature. They are vulnerable to magical attack,
however, and so in addition to fire attacks they may
not regenerate magically inflicted wounds (from
spells, magic items, etc).
Elemental Power Casting roll: 6+
Fenbeasts are elemental creatures which thrive on
the magic which suffuses the isle of Albion. This can
be boosted by magical energy from the Truthsayer or
Dark Emissary.
As well as their normal spells, Truthsayers and Dark
Emissaries also have the Elemental Power spell, which
is only of use on Fenbeasts. Pick a single Fenbeast
within 18" of the caster. The Fenbeast immediately
gains D3 Wounds, up to its starting value of 4.
As the fighting subsides on Albion,
many of the Stone Circles are still in
the hands of the enemy. Even with the
departure of the Dark Master,
possession of the Ogham Stones can
still bring great power. In this battle,
one army is trying to oust an enemy
force encamped within one of the
stone circles.

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