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Where do you set your games of Mordheim?
City of Mordheim 79%  79%  [ 11 ]
Mordheim country side 14%  14%  [ 2 ]
Cities of gold (Lustria) 7%  7%  [ 1 ]
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(Mordheim) Best setting

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 03, 2005 4:07 pm 
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Where do you set your games of Mordheim? And where would you think would have the best setting?

I personnaly like the city of Mordheim with occasional games in the country side.


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PostPosted: Wed Dec 21, 2005 10:56 pm 
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I prefer city battles, even though country provides nicer scenery, the city makes combat more interesting


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Dont play mordheim for a loooooong time now, but always played in the mordheim city.
IMHO Its a lot more in the spirit of the game, with a decadent environment :twisted: full of dark corners and ruined places...

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Whoa dude, this post hasn't been posted on in long time, too.... Something to tune of 2 years. Nice job, Dr. Frankenstein.

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Wow! :eek:

I thought old threads turned to dust after 2 years.

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I don't know. I'd say any topic still on page 1 is fair game. Since you can still go back to June 2005, I'd say it's not Thread Necromancy yet.

I've only ever played in Mordheim itself. Lots of fun!

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Well... I've resurrected posts on the front page of the computer and console games forum, but they were months old. I don't actually care about post resurrection, I was just making conversation. Just, riding his ass, basically.

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Damn and my month-old threads are dead

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Mostly the city iteself for us but we did have a great campaign set entirely under the city in the ruined sewers, caves and collapsed buildings that was great for a change of setting. We used some old dungeon floorplans for it and some river sectios my mate had handy, it was pretty good fun.


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We always used the countryside because we'd have large bands with a mix of cavalry.

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