it's missing the part where the spear was a bomb the whole time.
Well, unless you're using allies it'd be used as one of a number of sucktacular ork "mech" units not worth their points cost unless you're using that model as a specific IA unit that's undercosted due to creative interpretation of the rules.
Unless you're using the rules that let you use other armies as allies, which lets you use their units, you would have to use it as one of the Ork's 'sucktacular' walker units or using it as a 'counts as' unit to replace the model for something else.
I am not sure about the current rules for looted units (convert a vehicle into an Ork Trukk, use the original vehicle stats(?)), it may not let you take walkers. It may also not be in use currently.
Hey, I'm a ork player myself...
it's just I'm drunk and having a quite depressing birthday.
If anything I managed a fair bit of willpower and composure not to
tip out of my chair.
Come on, at least *pretend* to keep it /tg/ related.
Oh God, there must be some point to all this.
What the hell? Is there really this much subliminal thought put into branding and marketing?
They use gravitational pull of the planet on light, as an example of how to arrange pepsi in stores.
I think it's the proposition to Pepsi's advertisement department for a new logo. It's obviously the one they have now, so this insanity must be how ad execs actually think and talk to each other.
honestly that webm makes me feel really relaxed like I could just let go and either float off or burn up in atmo
>>44638389 >>44638411 I've never actually read it, but it seems to be a misguided attempt at analyzing logo designing.
To quote Ben "Yahtzee" Croshaw:
>I'm going to leave it dangling here like a corpse on a gibbet while we consider that someone charged actual money to write it.
It's relaxing to me too. I'm not the one with serious rocket-related depression, though.
Some fuckin gems in there.
There's not actually that much "thought" put into marketing design as in that document, that particular design firm is infamous for pulling complete shit out their ass to try and make (at best) average design seem incredibly deep and complex.
They're the same bunch that did the Clippers redesign, claiming that the court's trim was supposed to be symbolic of the team "embracing" the "great city" of LA.
I'll drink more in your honor
Here's another, to assist in the coming holiday.
More like two paladins fighting. A knight/cavalier would kill the red dude before he could pick his sword back up.
I've always loved "I am nanometers from perfection and no longer answer to any moral authority...I never asked for love, only perfection."
I don't get it.
>Ashigaru with swords
>360 sword spin
It's the combination of a flat chest, hands in such a way that from this angle that might as well be backwards, the ribbon on her neck and the way her neck has no defining features whatsoever.
Probably not the best thread for it, but what the fuck is the point of half-swording?
I can't understand why you would take extra time to completely reverse your sword's orientation when you could just swing normally.
sauron, here in red, once flew directly over the city of gondolin without noticing it. This would be difficult because it's a huge city high in the mountains, but sauron had recently been mauled by another demigod and was bleeding from a very large wound in his neck.
Your pommel/guard has a spike on it.
You need to bludgeon someone in armor.
You need better leverage to parry/stab someone's joints.
You also don't have to stop and flip your sword around. That last one is done with the sword in the usual orientation, and you can do it as part of a maneuver.
Half-swording itself is only holding onto the blade with one hand to shorten your grip. Useful if you want to stab someone in the armpit or similar if they're in armour.
The Mordschlag is also for hitting someone in armour, and it's much easier to move into from a half-swording position.
I don't know, it seems from the video that he takes an extra half second to reposition his sword after the pommel strike, when he could have done the same attack normally with less time.
Okay, so bad terminology on my part. I guess I meant the Mordschlag, or murderstroke.
So is this webm just a bad example? I feel like he was obviously going for a chop with the blade rather than a smash with the handle, and the animators just wanted to throw in an unusual technique.
First, that isn't half-swording. Half-swording is putting one hand halfway along the blade with the other on the hilt in order to get more leverage on the tip.
Reversing the sword is a mordhau, which turns the crosshilt into a spike that can punch into armor more easily.
And you all fail to explain why turning the sword around makes it a better bludgeoning weapon: because most of the weight is at the hilt end of the sword.
Honestly sort of tempted to just get my special someone fancy dildo and gift wrap it with a note "If you don't think I'm up for the deed, then you might as well fuck yourself."
looks more like weeb fightan magic translating historical fighting. His moves are broad and flashy with no attention to defence. He only wins because he's obviously the hero and his glaring flaws in for can be overlooked for the purpose of cool.
It's the same as anime fights -or any movie fight for that matter- just with quasi-European sensibilities. There isn't anything horribly wrong with that but it would be nice to see some actual counter-play from the mooks. You can only watch a big dude whirl around killing passive nobodies so many times before it gets boring.
The style of the fight is pretty cool though. I hate to see it tainted by westaboos.
The shock would break the glass
OPENING the big jar of pain and fuck you is a bad idea
Its like both of you WANT the world to end. Just shake the jar REALLY hard for like a minute. Repeat as necessary.
Pepsi shelled out something like 1million or some such to a company known for bullshit. The company had to do SOMETHING to justify getting paid anywhere near as much as it did cause at that price you can't just hand someone a doodle and call it good.
ORKZ MECHZ BE ROIGHT EXPENSIVE! COST LOTTA TEEF FOR NOT MUCH DAKKA! LOOTED UNITS AREN'T USED AS ORIGINAL UNIT BUT AS "COUNTS AS" FOR ORKZ MECHZ, MEANING LOOTIN UNITZ AIN'T AS MUCH AS FUN TO USE AS THEY ARE TO PAINT!
>MASTURBATION FOR 30 YEARS
>SEDUCTION AND DISAPPOINTMENT
The pointy end is a non-crude spike. It's still almost useless against heavy armour because there's very little weight behind it when you're swinging it normally.
Assumption is the mother of all fuck ups. If he knew that, would he be asking that question?
Is that the forest of fallen giants? it really looks like the forest of fallen giants, the area with all the scaffolding where you can jump down to get a fire infused long sword once you have the soldiers key?
You might feel empty inside because you haven't been stingy enough with the hot dogs to make all your friends hate you.
>not Sir Bearington.jpg
you had one job
Did you know that animals have a sense of fairness?
That game is awesome and I should play it again sometime.
>excitement as officer
>imaginary female trouble
>masturbation for 30 years
>over action of the mind
>over study of religion
>parents were cousins
>time of life
>gathering in the head
there's even fucking false confinment.
>/tg/ - Traditional Games
>A Filename thread
One must be related to the other.
A file name thread is related to the board you're in, be it /tg/ or /mu/, it doesn't change it to "dump random images."
>that guy doing a sick spin and taking off like a jet
Ev'ry damned time.
>referencing the "tradiional" gladiator "games" of Ancient Rome
>thus belongs on /his/
>is also not a /tg/ "game" as it's a physical sport so it's more of a /sp/ thing too.
>the collections of rule books RPG gamers tend to aquire
I can give you this one.
>picture of a cartoon and a drawing of an anime girl
I'm just saying there's a definite correlation to him walking into a building and the building winding up on fire.
Now correlation ids NOT causation I'll admit, but since Harry is the one narrating I'm going to have to take his claim of "the flaming poop-monkeys did it" with a grain of salt.
i wanted to comment on how awful it was that you were laughing about a hit and run.
However i researched this and the guy barely broke some of his bones.
With this in mind, yes that gif is funny as fuck.
Crows will do anything for food. Especially when its food for all of them since they also have a sense of fairness and general altruism. You teach them the game and every few rounds they don't die they get food. Every time they prevent a TPK or roll a crit they get some sweets. You'll soon have them hootin and hollerin everytime someone rolls well or shit goes down in a good way. They also emulate the behavior in others so they'll pick up how the group reacts and do so accordingly. Eventually they'll be a conglomerated member of the group hell they might even talk out their actions before hand if they find a way to communicate their wants which they apparently can to some degree.
Shit, crows are the players of the future...I just worry that if I get a whole murder of them playing and wind up with a THAT GUY they'll peck his eyes out before I could calm them down.
I've seen how crows do with Hawks, who are the That Guys of the avian world.
>they might even talk out their actions before hand
Let's not get too far ahead of ourselves. Remember that even though they're crows, they are also players and thus are prone to incredibly stupid actions.
>From 2D Circle to 3D Sphere
That's just wrong. Circles are 1D - they're parametrised by one value - angle.
Likewise a sphere is 2D, being parametrised by 2 values - latitude and longitude (a pair of angles).
We rose high above such silly concepts. We sore above the masses, uplifted by seemingly pointless, but trully all-powerful method of bending knees and ankles.
There is no good or bad, no just or wicked.
There is only squatting.
And any and all who oppose it shall perish.
Maybe, but is it the fact that they're players that makes them as they are, or the fact that they're human players?
Maybe it's time the crows had a shot.
Maybe teach them the rules and they'll set up a rotating DM schedule due to their innate sense of fairness, and we can walk through the park and hear their excited cawing as someone rolls a 20, and we'll know, at least TTRPGs will last even if man does not.
Man, where did I put that comic where a girl gives a collar to her boyfriend and says that when he puts it one her, she'll do anything he tells here. In the last panel she's wearing the collar while washing the dishes.
>hell they might even talk out their actions before hand if they find a way to communicate their wants which they apparently can to some degree.
Be careful what you wish for. Ran a game for a party that almost took twenty minutes per round because they were talking things out.