Warhammer: Mark of Chaos Discussion
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Who said it was like Total War?
Ain't this the standard Strategy game?
Btw, anyone tried with Cheat Engine yet?
[Edited by victor_code47, 11/19/2006 8:09:33 AM]
The game is good. Little less brutal then expected,I mean, Warhammer is known for its brutality,Dawn of War is much better in this. Map is like in Rome:Total War, turn-based with cities, camps in wich you recruit Regiments(1-60 soliders),war machines, heroes... which you lead into battle, real-time battle. In the real-time part you can reinforce your units(but only existing regiments),you have heroes,who earn experience which you can spend on new abilites,armor,weapons. Normal unit also advance in rank by earning experience, there are also tactical options like in total war, like flanking the enemy, spear vs. mounted are stronger and more... Graphics is great, the turn-based map is litlle boring, option for editing your army appereance is great(faces,armor,weapons). The game is very fun.
I play Warhammer 40000 Dawn of war and Warhammer 40000 i have 8000 point Warhammer 40k Space Marine army and also collect guard. Ive Read both rulebooks. Neither say anything about the 2 universes being together. You forced my hand. The rest of the statement i agree with however since i said it was like Rome: Total War (where you create armies in a Meta-map style of gameplay with heros and regiments then command them on the battlefeild in a RTS style format. Besides the point ive read many books based on hard facts about both games and i see nearly no resemblance. Im soory to burst your bubble but thats how it is.
PS: im getting a bit upset and angry about this affair please LichCraft drop it ive tried to be sensible thus far. you know that.
[Edited by weeg, 11/20/2006 5:30:03 PM]
I dont know how old you peeps are, but I used to play the tabletop game years ago, of both Warhammer(High Elves) and 40k (Eldar). I also play DoW, W.A., D.C. and am due a copy of Mark of Chaos. I dont know how much has changed in the tabletop game, but you guys are wrong if you think that 40k has nothing in common with the original Warhammer! -Not that MoC has anything to do with 40k unit-wise-
What I was told in no less than 4 branches of the games workshop back in the day, was basically that 40k is Warhammer in the year 40,000, and the races roughly correlate to the same pattern;
Empire = Imperial Guard, Space Marines, Elves = Eldar, Orks & Goblins = Orks & Goblins, Chaos = Chaos etc, etc.
If you look at their historical heirarchy, and rough unit types, they are also very similar. If you see what an eldar is like under the helmet, they look like elves, also notice that in Warhammer, there exist High Elves and Dark Elves amongst others, which goes almost exactly like the whole Eldar and Dark Eldar setup.
Again, the empire are what is essentially imperial guard, and they develop the space marinesas a super tough elite fighting force later. Terminators are highly revered in both the game and the literature of 40k and are merely a refinement of space marines limited to the most experienced veterans.
I could go on for hours, but I'm tired and just wanted to correct a wrong.
Any comments, feel free to post back....
here you go:
read under the section Exodites - pretty much what i was trying to say.............
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