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    Information Thread for Potential New Estalian Units

    Estalians are a hardy people, and claim to be the first humans to have settled the Old World, although this claim is not taken seriously outside Estalia. Those within the cities make their living with fishing and trade. Estalians take great offence to being confused with Tileans, and it is said they will slay any man who mistakenly addresses them in the Tilean language. Estalia is renowned for its Diestros, skilled duellists who ply their trade across the Old World.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Estalia


    Military, Religious and Technological Regiments and Other Notables

    Cults of Estalia
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    Cult of Morr
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    Mortiara = ”The King of Larhgoz, Vidar, seventh of his name, had the reputation of a butcher and consorter with fell powers, for with him rode the Mortiara - that forbidden sect of Morr, outcast from their church for their nightmarish heresy.” They also chant, apparently.
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...V96TFBvQ1dNZGc Monstrous Arcanum

    War Altar of Morr = "These are small portable altars carried onto the battlefield and guarded by units of religious fanatics. War altars usually contain or incorporate holy relics."
    https://i.imgur.com/JjFA4G4.png Warhammer 3rd Edition Armies Book

    Cult of Myrmidia
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    Myrmidia is not really a god of the Empire, but has become commonly worshipped by soldiers of the Empire. Myrmidia has it's seat of power in Estalia but Tilea is also devout towards this goddess, so I’d assume these units could be shared with those factions. It is easily the largest organised cult in the Old World, she is the Goddess of War. The Cult has very limited influence in the Empire.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cult_of_Myrmidia

    War Altar of Myrmidia = "These are small portable altars carried onto the battlefield and guarded by units of religious fanatics. War altars usually contain or incorporate holy relics."
    https://i.imgur.com/JjFA4G4.png Warhammer 3rd Edition Armies Book

    Warriors of Myrmidia = I thought each should get a cultist unit, I’ve no information on what common cultists of this religion would be like.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wi...midia#Cultists

    Shieldmaidens of Myrmidia = ”The command structure is also central to her teachings, but there are several legends where the Goddess or her Shieldmaidens chose to do what was right, not what they were ordered to. Because of this, although most Myrmidians stick rigidly to orders, they readily ignore them if it will result in a betrayal of their honour.”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cult_of_Myrmidia

    The Order of Fury = No further information available
    The Blessed Order of True Insight = No further information available.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wi...#Lesser_Orders

    Order of the Eagle = ”There, sharp-eyed priests run classes in strategy and warcraft, open to any who wish to attend. They also hold regular services for expatriate southerners (the specific day varies according to local customs, but is often every five days). These services—normally conducted in Classical, Estalian, or Tilean—are more interactive than most, with the priests actively encouraging others to get involved, asking questions of the congregation.”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cult_of_Myrmidia

    Knights of the Blazing Sun = “Throughout Estalia, countless villages, farms and isolated outposts owe their survival to the timely arrival (and subsequent assumption of command) by a Knight of the Blazing Sun. Since these knights spend a great deal of time away from their chapterhouses and temples, often embarking on crusades or quests for the glory of their Order, they would often travel in small groups of their fellows, sometimes alone, and lend support to whatever military endeavours is most needed for their aid, whether it is bolstering beleaguered units of soldiers on the battlefield, taking command of leaderless companies in the midst of a campaign, offering military advice to generals and nobles, or training local militia in the art of warfare. ”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wi...he_Blazing_Sun

    Knights of the Verdant Field = “The knights spend a great deal of time training in rather unusual methods of warfare, unafraid to experiment with ploys, tactics, and equipment other Knightly Orders might overlook or find dishonourable. Many of these Knights are even well-trained archers, a result which lead to the formation of the Knights of the Verdant Field.”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wi...he_Blazing_Sun

    Templars of Myrmidia = Listed on page 57 of the 3rd edition of Warhammer Tabletop. “These are the Templars, religious orders of knights.”
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/59162764/...sy-Armies-Book

    Knights of the Righteous Spear = ”The Order of the Righteous Spear has several chapterhouses in the Empire, and although many chapters use different names, they are all part of the Righteous Spear order. Each chapter is typically tasked to protect one of the Eagle’s temples, although they also respond to honourable causes as and when they see fit. Because of this, the templars of the order are rarely seen outside of the area they protect.”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cult_of_Myrmidia

    Knights of Magritta = Since its establishment this academy has collected intelligence about Estalia and sent periodic reports to Luccini. In fact, the academy has many ties to Estalia, since it’s just across the border. Many caballeros have trained in Carcassonne and the Knights operate several mercenary bands in Estalia to support the academy.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Aquila_Academies
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wi...ts_of_Magritta

    Myrmidia Perfecta = ”Most southerners who see the Imperial style of worship simply shrug, and ask what can you expect from such barbarous people? A few, the fanatics of Myrmidia Perfecta, see it as a gross insult to their Goddess. They regard the Imperial priests of Myrmidia as blasphemers, enemies of Myrmidia to be destroyed with all the skill and cunning at their disposal.”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wi...midia_Perfecta

    Knights of the Merciless Titan = No further information available.
    Knights of the Starry Shield = No further information available.
    Knights of the Verdant Spear = No further information available.
    Dismounted Knights of the Blazing Sun = Goes without saying, tbh
    http://whfb.lexicanum.com/wiki/List_of_Knightly_Orders

    Scourge of Myrmidia = Scourges of God are often highly charismatic, and gather other fanatics around them. In times of war, they are highly praised by the cult hierarchy, but when peace comes the priests prefer to move them along as quickly as possible, lest they find too many “enemies of God” within the towns of cities.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Scourge_of_God


    Cult of Shallya
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    [SIZE=2]The Cult of Shallya is perhaps one of the most if not the most beloved and mutually respected religious Cult within the Old World. This is due in most part because Shallya, the sacred Goddess of Healing, Mercy, and Childbirth, is possibly the most beloved deity within the entire Pantheon. Many Old Worlders enter it at a temple of Shallya, or at least attended by one of the priestesses, and almost all need the services of the priestesses at some point in their lives. The refusal of the cult to become involved in politics has made it a popular target of charity from wealthy nobles and merchants, and the success of the priestesses in channelling that wealth to the needy is notable. Most temples of Shallya are simply decorated, with the money received going to the relief of pain, and those temples are everywhere, from the smallest village to the largest city.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cult_of_Shallya

    Order of the Tears of Piety = Nothing known.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cult_of_Shallya

    Plague Wardens = ”While Plague Wardens are violent zealots, they do believe they are acting to save people’s lives. Thus, they do not kill on mere suspicion of infection, and all groups of Plague Wardens include at least one person with diagnostic abilities.”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Plague_Wardens

    Priestesses of Shallya = ”Priests wear white robes, often with a hood, with a heart embroidered over the left breast. On daily robes, this is embroidered in yellow, but most priests also have ceremonial robes, made of expensive fabric and with the heart embroidered in gold (Best quality).”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cult_of_Shallya

    War Altar of Shallya = "These are small portable altars carried onto the battlefield and guarded by units of religious fanatics. War altars usually contain or incorporate holy relics."
    https://i.imgur.com/JjFA4G4.png Warhammer 3rd Edition Armies Book


    Infantry
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    Aquilan Mercenaries = ”Since its establishment this academy has collected intelligence about Estalia and sent periodic reports to Luccini. In fact, the academy has many ties to Estalia, since it’s just across the border. Many caballeros have trained in Carcassonne and the Knights operate several mercenary bands in Estalia to support the academy.”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Aquila_Academies

    Armoured Pikemen = Pikes are the infantry weapon of choice in Estalia. Twice as long as a normal spear and longer than a cavalryman's lance, the front of a unit of pikes is an impenetrable wall of steel.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War

    Bandits = ”With them mixed Tercio regiments of glaive- and crossbow-armed veterans, and with them all manner of bandit rabble, spurred on by the hunger in their bellies.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...V96TFBvQ1dNZGc Monstrous Arcanum

    Bandolleros Gringos = Listed on page 162. “These are a notorious mercenary company of arquebusiers recruited originally in Estalia among the local banditry but including fugitives and freebooters from many lands.”
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/59162764/...sy-Armies-Book

    Cathayan Explorers = For the lucky few who meet success, the rewards are immense beyond imagination. The most successful generals return home as heroes, their ships stuffed to the gunnels with immense treasures, their journals filled with highly imaginative accoutns of new lands, exotic goods, outlandish tribes and their own heroic deeds during the journey. These would have taken the trip to Cathay and returned with weapons from those lands, as well as scars made by them.
    http://whfb.lexicanum.com/wiki/Estalia
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cathay


    Crossbowmen = The bulk of the missile troops in a Dogs of War army are formed by crossbowmen from Tilea, Estalia and the Border Princes.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War

    Deepwatch = It is made up of those too caught-up in the tales of adventure and glory to pay heed to the inherent dangers, or those too desperate to care. The Deepwatch are in essence a guild of professional adventurers, with groups dispatched into the tunnels beneath the city to keep them clear from monsters and stop any creatures from reaching the city. It’s a dangerous job, all right, but somebody has to do it.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Deepwatcher

    Diestros = Estalia was renewed for its Diestros, skilled duellists who plied their trade across the Old World. If they are technically the same as the Duellists for Tilea, then there could be multiple variants of these.
    http://whfb.lexicanum.com/wiki/Estalia
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War


    Diestros (Two Swords) = Small units of lightly armed skirmishers that are normally employed to protect the flanks of pike-armed units.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War
    http://whfb.lexicanum.com/wiki/Estalia


    Diestros (Sword and Buckler) = Small units of lightly armed skirmishers that are normally employed to protect the flanks of pike-armed units.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War
    http://whfb.lexicanum.com/wiki/Estalia


    Diestros (Throwing Knives) = Small units of lightly armed skirmishers that are normally employed to protect the flanks of pike-armed units.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War
    http://whfb.lexicanum.com/wiki/Estalia


    Diestros (Pistol) = Small units of lightly armed skirmishers that are normally employed to protect the flanks of pike-armed units. Could potentially rename it?
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War
    http://whfb.lexicanum.com/wiki/Estalia


    Hombres Villanos = Listed on page 162. “These are fierce, aggressive sword and buckler men from Estalia, recruited among the numerous cut-throats, bandits and renegades that inhabit that country.” Sword and Shield.
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/59162764/...sy-Armies-Book

    Irrana Hill Fighters = Tough men that live in the Irrana mountains.
    http://whfb.lexicanum.com/wiki/Estalia

    Lustrian Explorers = For the lucky few who meet success, the rewards are immense beyond imagination. The most successful generals return home as heroes, their ships stuffed to the gunnels with immense treasures, their journals filled with highly imaginative accoutns of new lands, exotic goods, outlandish tribes and their own heroic deeds during the journey. These would have taken the trip to Lustria and returned with weapons from those lands, as well as scars made by them.
    http://whfb.lexicanum.com/wiki/Estalia
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Lustria


    Pikemen = Pikes are the infantry weapon of choice in Estalia. Twice as long as a normal spear and longer than a cavalryman's lance, the front of a unit of pikes is an impenetrable wall of steel. Pirazzo's Lost Legion came from Estalia, so it's a type of unit they use.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War

    Sewer Watch = Emperor Mandred Skavenslayer organised the Sewer Watch in The Empire to protect the cities against future Skaven invasions. Since that time its standing and reputation has declined and today only the desperate and poor enlist in the Sewer Watch. Although this is an empire unit, it makes sense for Estalia due to its close proximity to the Blighted Marshes.
    http://whfb.lexicanum.com/wiki/Sewer_Watch

    Southlands Explorers = For the lucky few who meet success, the rewards are immense beyond imagination. The most successful generals return home as heroes, their ships stuffed to the gunnels with immense treasures, their journals filled with highly imaginative accoutns of new lands, exotic goods, outlandish tribes and their own heroic deeds during the journey. These would have taken the trip to the Southlands and returned with weapons from those lands, as well as scars made by them.
    http://whfb.lexicanum.com/wiki/Estalia
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Southlands


    Swordsmen = Only a brief mention, but the wiki mentions that Swordsmen in Estalia are famous and fearsome.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Empire_Swordsmen

    Tercio (Crossbows) = ”With them mixed Tercio regiments of glaive- and crossbow-armed veterans.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...V96TFBvQ1dNZGc Monstrous Arcanum

    Tercio (Glaives) = ”With them mixed Tercio regiments of glaive- and crossbow-armed veterans.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...V96TFBvQ1dNZGc Monstrous Arcanum


    Cavalry
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    Caballeros = Listed on page 162 of the 3rd edition. “These are impoverished Estalian knights and freebooters who have left their decaying feudal estates to become soldiers of fortune.” Lances. Variants include; Heavy Armour, Shields.
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/59162764/...sy-Armies-Book

    Free-lances = ”The Estalian brought with their chivalry, the retainers of Larhgoz and free-lances beguiled by promise of fame and vengeance - a thousand steel-clad knights in heavy plate, bright of armour and dark of heart.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...V96TFBvQ1dNZGc Monstrous Arcanum

    Heavy Cavalry = Cadet sons of nobles from Estalia form the shock cavalry of mercenary armies.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War

    Knights Encarmine = A knightly order founded in Tilea but who have reached as far afield as the Empire. They refuse to carry shields and do not use lances, instead they use two swords at the same time in combat. Their armour is completely red.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wi...ghts_Encarmine

    Knights of Geulata = ”The Estalian brought with their chivalry, the retainers of Larhgoz and free-lances beguiled by promise of fame and vengeance - a thousand steel-clad knights in heavy plate, bright of armour and dark of heart.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...V96TFBvQ1dNZGc Monstrous Arcanum

    Knights of Larhgoz = ”The Estalian brought with their chivalry, the retainers of Larhgoz and free-lances beguiled by promise of fame and vengeance - a thousand steel-clad knights in heavy plate, bright of armour and dark of heart.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...V96TFBvQ1dNZGc Monstrous Arcanum

    Light Cavalry = Scouting ahead of the army, harrying the enemy supply line, attacking vulnerable war machines and engaging the flanks of the enemy line.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War

    Light Cavalry (Bows) = Scouting ahead of the army, harrying the enemy supply line, attacking vulnerable war machines and engaging the flanks of the enemy line.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War

    Light Cavalry (Shields) = Scouting ahead of the army, harrying the enemy supply line, attacking vulnerable war machines and engaging the flanks of the enemy line.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War


    Artillery
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    Cannons = Work just the same as the Great Cannons the Empire makes use of.
    https://www.scribd.com/document/11346952/Dogs-of-War
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wi...e_Great_Cannon


    Mortars = They are briefly mentioned in a quote.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Tilea#Military

    Bombard = They are briefly mentioned in a quote.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Tilea#Military


    Siege Train
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    "The only realistic solution to breaking massive fortifications is to employ a formidable siege train which includes siege engines of gigantic proportions capable of smashing down the strongest walls, gates and towers quickly. These machines are so huge that they cannot easily be constructed in the field. Instead, they must be manufactured in advance, often in pre-fabricated sections which can be transported in wagons, on ships, or stored until needed in fortresses."
    https://i.imgur.com/SZ5PSHZ.png White Dwarf 155

    The Giant Battering Ram = "The giant battering ram is cut from the tallest and strongest tree in the realm and shod with a massive iron or bronze head. Hundreds of men are needed to pull the ropes that swing the ram to strike a gate or fortress wall. One blow will smash great oak doors like matchwood or crumbles masonry into powder, collapsing towers and walls like sand castles. The hides of a thousand beasts form its canopy, protecting the operators from the arrows of the defenders."
    https://i.imgur.com/SZ5PSHZ.png White Dwarf 155

    The Great Cannon = "The great cannon is a cannon so big that the ruler will have to make special measures to get hold of enough metal to make it. All the bells in the realm or all the cannons of the fleet may have to be melted down to provide enough bronze to cast a single great cannon. It is so monstrous that hundreds of oxen are required to pull it."
    https://i.imgur.com/SZ5PSHZ.png White Dwarf 155

    The Monstrous Stone Thrower = "This is a catapult operated by a massive counterweight which swings a long shaft and hurls a boulder a very great distance. The huge boulder will smash any ramparts that it strikes. The catapult is made of thick timbers to withstand the stress and strain, but the parts can be transported individually on wagons and are lashed togehter into a catapult in the siege lines."
    https://i.imgur.com/SZ5PSHZ.png White Dwarf 155

    The Siege Tower = "Hundreds of wagons are required to carry the pre-fabricated timbers that make up the siege tower, and when these are put together the siege tower will be raised higher than any known wall. Bolt throwers shoot out of port holes on each of its many levels. A drawbridge or spiked corvus is ready on the top of the tower to be dropped on the enemy battlements allowing attackers to swarm across, constantly reinforced by a steam stream of soldiers."
    https://i.imgur.com/SZ5PSHZ.png White Dwarf 155


    Specialist Ammunition
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    Half-Charge = ”The crew decides to employ a smaller charge of powder to reduce the chances of a destructive malfunction. Their shots will be less effective, but they are almost sure of not blowing up their cannon.” For Cannons.
    https://i.imgur.com/ziqu8Q9.png White Dwarf Issue 239

    Grapeshot = ”Seeing the enemy are a bit too close for comfort, the crew loads a deadly canister full of copper coins, nails, etc…” For Cannons.
    https://i.imgur.com/ziqu8Q9.png White Dwarf Issue 239

    Chained Shot = ”Invented for naval warfare, this ammunition consists of two cannonballs linked by a chain, capable of inflicting horrible damage on massed regiments of troops as well as on large creatures.” For cannons.
    https://i.imgur.com/ziqu8Q9.png White Dwarf Issue 239

    Multiple Rocks/Shrapnel = ”These projectiles split/explode during their descending trajectory, showering the unfortunate troops below with a terrible rain of death.” Catapults and Mortars.
    https://i.imgur.com/ziqu8Q9.png White Dwarf Issue 239

    Incendiary = ”These missiles are made of a concoction of highly flammable liquids that ignite on impact and transform the area hit into a blazing inferno.” Catapults and Mortars.
    https://i.imgur.com/7oWXQ7D.png White Dwarf Issue 239

    Aiming Device = ”One of the many works of the genius Leonardo da Miragliano was the development of optics applied to targeting devices for artillery.” Bolt Throwers.
    https://i.imgur.com/7oWXQ7D.png White Dwarf Issue 239


    Magic, Elementals & Monsters
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    Elementals
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    Water Elemental = Has a magical aura that protects it against weapons. They take the form of a wave or column of water, they can move across the earth but their home is the water. They’re malevolent spirits with wild and uncontrollable anger. The older it is, the angrier. It’s from Citadel Journal.
    https://www.scribd.com/doc/223078336/Citadel-Journal-13
    http://www.collecting-citadel-miniat...ile:C34-08.jpg

    Sea Elemental = Some say that as the ages pass, Triton and his kind slowly become more like the seas they are lord over, turning wilder and less controllable until there is very little to distinguish them from the towering waves and raging storms of the ocean. The Sea Elementals, living mountains of blue-black water that rear out of the water in the barely recognisable shape of a huge man, are perhaps some stage of this process.
    http://www.collecting-citadel-miniat...he_Sea_Box.jpg
    http://jake.ryft.org/warhammer/mowstuff/SOBRulebook.pdf

    Magic
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    Strega = ”The Strega of the Bone Hills, curses burning on their lips, and bloody packs of Skin Wolves, loping, savage were-creatures as tall as an ogre, culled from the shunned clans of their arid domains, running at their heels.” Appear to be spellcasters.
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...V96TFBvQ1dNZGc Monstrous Arcanum

    Monsters
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    Skin Wolves = ”The Strega of the Bone Hills, curses burning on their lips, and bloody packs of Skin Wolves, loping, savage were-creatures as tall as an ogre, culled from the shunned clans of their arid domains, running at their heels.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...V96TFBvQ1dNZGc Monstrous Arcanum


    Regiments of Renown
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    Raiders of Solkan = A mordheim warband.
    https://i.imgur.com/ycv4HZY.png White Dwarf 249


    Unofficial Army Lists
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    Because of the sheer lack of units and lore for Estalia, I've had to dig up this fan made army list, although to be fair most of their army lists try to follow the lore closely. So if you add these units be warned that they're not official but they match the faction and setting.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit


    Lords and Heroes


    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Grand Commander = The Grand Commanders are among the best fighters of their time and always go to battle at the head of their troops. Can ride warhorse, pegasus or griffon.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Captain = Captains are able generals in their own right, often noblemen. May ride warhorse or pegasus.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Grand Inquisitor = They seem similar to Witch Hunter Lords.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Inquisitor = They seem similar to Witch Hunters.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Eminent Magus = Estalian wizard lords. May ride warhorse or pegasus.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Battle Magus = Estalian Wizard heroes. May ride warhorse.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Priestess of Myrmida = Estalian priestess hero.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Altar of Myrmida = Estalian version of the Altar of Sigmar.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit


    Infantry

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    Aventuros = Skilled pikemen.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Rodeleros = They are armed with metal bucklers and double-edged swords.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Handgunners = Same as the Empire unit, but less commonly found.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Sharpshooters = More accurate handgunners.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Almogavars = Professional soldiers armed with javelins, spears, and light armour, often known as raiders and hill fighters.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Almogavars (Shields) = Professional soldiers armed with javelins, spears, shields and light armour, often known as raiders and hill fighters.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Marines = Ship-borne soldiers of the Estalian fleet.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Marines (Pistols) = Ship-borne soldiers of the Estalian fleet.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Royal Guard = The elite guards of the Estalian kingdoms, they're armed with some of the best equipment available and estalian handguns, which are longer and heavier than Empire handguns.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Grenadiers = Estalians who throw grenades, use pistols.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Heavy Grenadiers = Estalians who throw grenades, use pistols, have heavy armour.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Mountain Bandits = Not hard to guess what these are, they use bows.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Sisters of Fury (Spear and Shield) = Female secular warriors dedicated to martial excellence. Use spear, shield and heavy armour.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Sisters of Fury (Javelins) = Female secular warriors dedicated to martial excellence. Use sword, shield, javelins and heavy armour.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Black Watchmen = The military arm of the Inquisition, hate undead.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    War Dogs = Vicious packs of dogs.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit


    Cavalry


    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Caballeros (Lance and Shield) = The backbone of Estalian cavalry forces, unlike knights of other lands they tend to rely on speed.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Caballeros (Pistols) = The backbone of Estalian cavalry forces, unlike knights of other lands they tend to rely on speed.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Genitors = Drawn from the Estalian peasantry, protected by light armour and using javelins.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Outriders = Drawn from the Estalian peasantry, protected by light armour and using javelins.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Conquistadors = Estalian adventurers who set off to conquer Lustria.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Fire Bulls = They goad the great bulls of Estalia to the battlefield, light a log on fire behind them which makes the bulls charge into the enemy..
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit


    Artillery

    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Culverin = It's a cannon.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit

    Mountain Gun = Cannons that make use of scattershot.
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B_R...Z4eXJsRzg/edit


    Added Units:

    Aquilan Mercenaries (Infantry)
    Bandits (Infantry)
    Free-lances (Cavalry)
    Knights of Geulata (Cavalry)
    Knights of Larhgoz (Cavalry)
    Knights of Magritta (Cult of Myrmidia)
    Mortiara (Cult of Morr)
    Myrmidia Perfecta (Cult of Myrmidia)
    Order of the Tiers of Piety (Cult of Shallya)
    Plague Wardens (Cult of Shallya)
    Priestesses of Shallya (Cult of Shallya)
    Strega (Magic, Elementals & Monsters)
    Skin Wolves (Magic, Elementals & Monsters)
    Tercio (Crossbows - Infantry)
    Tercio (Glaives - Infantry)
    The Giant Battering Ram (Artillery - Siege Train)
    The Great Cannon (Artillery - Siege Train)
    The Monstrous Stone Thrower (Artillery - Siege Train)
    The Siege Tower (Artillery - Siege Train)
    War Altar of Morr (Cult of Morr)
    War Altar of Myrmidia (Cult of Myrmidia)
    War Altar of Shallya (Cult of Shallya)


    Added RoRs:

    Raiders of Solkan (RoR)

    Removed Units:

    None yet
    Last edited by PaulH; December 15, 2018 at 12:31 PM.

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    Special and Named Characters

    Here is contained a full list of every possible Legendary Lord or Legendary Hero that I could find for Estalia, excluding those who are long dead. I have split them into whether they suit being Lords or Heroes, so it is easier to know which they are best suited to being added to, if someone wished to add them to the game. Without further ado, here we go.

    Lords
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Don Diego Estragon = "Don Diego Estragon, Estalian merchant and explorer, worked to acquire a vast amount of wealth. He owned a fleet of ships that sailed the globe and regularly traded with Arabian and Cathayan merchants and occasionally even the people and other races of Lustria. His mansion in Magritta rivaled that of the local Prince, and it is said that the man attracted as many enemies as he did sycophants and lovers. Though many envied his wealth, prestige, and success, few could deny that he was an affable, charismatic man whose boldness and bravado were admirable."
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Diego_Estragon

    El Lider Glorioso, Grand Master of the Righteous Spear = ”The order is split into many minor orders, each of which has its own grand master and unique name, but they are all still answerable to the Glorious Leader (El Lider Glorioso), who leads the order from Magritta. Each grand master of the Empire can be commanded by the Eagle of the North, although the Glorious Leader can override these commands if he so wishes. Each Righteous Spear chapterhouse is led by a templar captain, who is always a knight of the inner circle.”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cult_of_Myrmidia

    Enzo Moretti, Grand Master of the Knights of Magritta = ”However, over the past two hundred years different schools of thought have developed at the three Aquila Academies. Opinion at the schools is not uniform, but the masters of each academy have developed their own vision for the future of the Knights of Magritta. When Enzo Moretti dies, these three factions will fight for control of the order and the result could affect the whole of the Old World.”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Aquila_Academies

    Isabella Giovanna Luccelli, La Aguila Ultima = ”The order is only answerable to La Aguila Ultima in Estalia, to whom the original Empire Knights swore fealty, which is a source of great annoyance to the Eagle of the North, who covets their seemingly endless coffers of gold.”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cult_of_Myrmidia

    Vidar, King of Larhgoz = ”Such as we might have expected, but the winds of magic rode high, and long had the King of Larhgoz, Vidar, seventh of his name, had the reputation of a butcher and consorter with fell powers.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...V96TFBvQ1dNZGc Monstrous Arcanum

    Heroes
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Capitan del Nortes = Led the Raiders of Solkan warband.
    https://i.imgur.com/ycv4HZY.png White Dwarf 249

    Don Guillermo Cardonzo, Knight of Myrmidia = ”Don Guillermo Cardonzo surveyed the scene before him. A city lay partly ruined on the plain below. Near its centre lay a smoking crater - the source of the heresy he and his men had been dispatched to cleanse. His thoughts briefly turned to his beautiful villa and the equally beautiful wife he’d left behind.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...Eg2dHIxbGpaMlk Town Cryer Issue 9

    Inquisitor Frederico = ”Father Frederico stood scowling in his red robes, his back absolutely straight. The man never smiles, thought the Don. The good father was a priest of the Inquisition, the organisation within the Church of Myrmidia that had gained so much popularity in Estalia in recent years.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...Eg2dHIxbGpaMlk Town Cryer Issue 9

    Champions
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Eladio Solorzano = "Eladio Solorzano has a bright and winning smile, which frequently shines out from the dusky recesses of his fine features. His shaggy black hair and dark skin mark him as clearly not being of Reiklander descent. He is of medium build, but he moves with the grace of a cat, lightly hopping on the balls of his feet. Poised, assured, and efficient, he swiftly delivers his charges through the tunnels of the Taalbaston. If trouble looms, he fights at the forefront without hesitation, as he deems that he is honour bound to deliver his cargo safely—and Estalians prize their honour highly."
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Eladio_Solorzano

    Estaban Cortez, Master Smith = ”Salamanca Steel. Ye finest smithy in all Ostermark. Estalian made weapons to the highest quality. Weapons and armour repaired. Custom items available. Estaban Cortez, Master Smith, the forge at the east gate.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...Eg2dHIxbGpaMlk Town Cryer Issue 11


    Added Characters

    Capitan del Nortes (Hero)

    Removed Characters

    None yet.
    Last edited by PaulH; December 07, 2018 at 05:17 PM.

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    Reserved for Suggested Unit List

  4. #4

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    Magical Weapons, Armour, Amulets, Scrolls and Other Items

    This section deals in those magical items that can be used by this faction. This is by no means a full list, I doubt I'll ever get that, but it will provide modders with information if they wish to add new magical weapons, armour and items into the game to be used.

    Common Magic Items
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Sword of Striking = Weapon +1 to hit
    https://i.imgur.com/o6KD8cG.png White Dwarf 252

    Sword of Battle = +1 Attack
    https://i.imgur.com/o6KD8cG.png White Dwarf 252

    Sword of Might = +1 Strength
    https://i.imgur.com/o6KD8cG.png White Dwarf 252

    Biting Blade = =1 Enemy armour saves
    https://i.imgur.com/o6KD8cG.png White Dwarf 252

    Enchanted Shield = +5 Armour Save
    https://i.imgur.com/o6KD8cG.png White Dwarf 252

    Talisman of Protection = 6+ Ward Save
    https://i.imgur.com/o6KD8cG.png White Dwarf 252

    Dispel Scroll = Automatically dispels an enemy spell, one use only
    https://i.imgur.com/o6KD8cG.png White Dwarf 252

    Power Stone = +2 dice to cast spell, one use only
    https://i.imgur.com/o6KD8cG.png White Dwarf 252

    Staff of Sorcery = +1 to dispel
    https://i.imgur.com/o6KD8cG.png White Dwarf 252

    War Banner = +1 combat resolution
    https://i.imgur.com/o6KD8cG.png White Dwarf 252


    Arcane Items
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Battle Stone of Le Marquis = ”Michel d’un Doigt was a Bretonnian wizard famous for the nine enchanted gem stones he created. The Battle Stone is a glimmering red ruby that fills its bearer with vigour and energy.”
    https://i.imgur.com/AGceWtm.png White Dwarf Issue 194

    Bufo’s Hex Scroll = ”This scroll may be used to cancel out the spell of an enemy wizard and turn him into a toad.”
    https://i.imgur.com/XIAKWjB.png White Dwarf Issue 194

    Freezing Death Spell Jewel = ”This jewel is carved of ice that never melts, and is freezing to the touch. When its power is invoked, it releases a lethal blast of icy shards at the Wizard’s foes.”
    https://i.imgur.com/WcvB14W.png White Dwarf Issue 187

    Lifestone of Ashraaz = ”The Lifestone of Ashraaz is a jet black gem that is worn round the neck of its bearer. When invoked, a beam of light shoots out of the stone and bathes the bearer and his opponent in a pool of yellow light. When the light fades the bearer’s wounds have been magically transferred to his enemy.”
    https://i.imgur.com/O9IGyJF.png White Dwarf Issue 194

    Power Stone of Le Marquis = ”Michel d’un Doigt was a powerful Bretonnian wizard who laboured long and hard to create a series of enchanted gem stones for use by the chivalric knights of that realm.”
    https://i.imgur.com/AGceWtm.png White Dwarf Issue 194

    The Mystic Shield of Brag = ”This scroll of parchment contains a powerful anti-magic enchantment that may be used by a wizard to block the spell of an enemy spellcaster.”
    https://i.imgur.com/XIAKWjB.png White Dwarf Issue 194


    Enchanted Items
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Grimacing Death Mask = ”The mask, which represents the grimacing face of death, is the last thing Vespero’s duelling opponents see before they meet their sudden end.”
    http://kippersmelee.ca/wp-content/up...ogs-of-War.pdf


    Talisman
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Holy Relic = "In this age of superstition and religious fanaticism, holy objects are important part of life. Relics abound in the Old World; hairs of Sigmar, pieces from Ulric's hammer, teeth of Daemon Princes, all are sold to men needing encouragement before battle and charms against sorcery."
    https://i.imgur.com/EzPRfhJ.png White Dwarf 227


    Magic Standards
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Eagle Banner = ”Nearly four centuries ago, a Tilean (or Estallian) commander named Lisabetta held an outpost on the edge of the Border Princes against an Orc horde for 22 days. Supported by just 15 soldiers, they achieved the impossible. Legend holds that Lisabetta was a devout follower of Myrmidia and that, through her prayers, the banner she carried filled her allies with hope. The tragedy of this tale is that although they managed to rout the Orc enemies, they all later succumbed to the plague that had bloomed amongst the corpses of their dead.”
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Eagle_Banner


    Cult of Myrmidia Magic Items
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Bellona Myrmidia = Listed as one of the Myrmidia holy books.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cult_of_Myrmidia

    Bellum Strategia, the Book of War = ”Myrmidia’s twelve greatest battles, and her commentaries upon them, form the basis of The Book of War. It contains all of the cult’s core beliefs, and is carried by many Myrmidians, who ponder long over their Goddess’s words and deeds.” Listed as one of the Myrmidia holy books.
    http://warhammerfantasy.wikia.com/wiki/Cult_of_Myrmidia


    Kadon’s Scrolls of Binding
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    When a storm of magic breaks, it isn’t merely battlefield sorcery that increases in power. All manner of spells and items dormant for decades suddenly crackle into vibrant life, eager to have their power unleashed on an unsuspecting world. Chief among these are Kadon’s Scrolls of Binding; each scroll was crafted with a particular beast in mind. These came from the Warhammer Supplement: Monstrous Arcanum, in the chart in that book it listed each monster for each faction as either Abhorrent, Binding Scroll or Kinship, these monsters here are all but those that are Abhorrent to this faction. The Scrolls of Binding that may be used vary from race to race, the following are those that may be used by this faction:

    Binding Scrolls
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Ancient Stegadon
    Arcane Phoenix
    Basilisk
    Bastiladon
    Bears
    Bonegrinder Giant
    Carmine Dragon
    Carnosaur
    Chimaera
    Cockatrice
    Cold Ones
    Culchan
    Dark Emissary
    Dark Pegasus
    Desert Spirits
    Djinn
    Dracholeech
    Dread Maw
    Dread Saurian
    Elephants
    Emperor Carmine Dragon
    Emperor Forest Dragon
    Emperor Magma Dragon
    Fenbeast
    Fire Efreets
    Flamespyre Phoenix
    Frostheart Phoenix
    Focus Familiars
    Forest Dragon
    Giant
    Golems
    Great Eagles
    Great Forest Dragon
    Great Magma Dragon
    Great Stags
    Great Taurus
    Great Warpfire Dragon
    Great Wyvern
    Horned Ones
    Hydra
    Incarnate Elemental of Beasts
    Incarnate Elemental of Death
    Incarnate Elemental of Fire
    Jaguars
    Kharibdyss
    Magma Dragon
    Merwyrm
    Moon Dragons
    Mourngul
    Pagowyrm
    Power Familiars
    Preytons
    Preytons (Filth Encrusted Scales)
    Preytons (Forest Stalker)
    Preytons (Insane Bloodlust)
    Ripperdactyls
    Royal Djinn
    Sciowyrm
    Sea-Nymphs
    Sirens
    Spell Familiars
    Star Dragons
    Stegadon
    Sun Dragons
    Tempest Djinn
    Terradons
    Troglodon
    Truthsayer
    Unicorn
    Veteran War Hydras
    Warhawks
    War Lions of Chrace
    Warpfire Dragon
    Warrior Familiars
    Wicker Man
    Wyvern
    Young Forest Dragon
    Young Magma Dragon
    Young Warpfire Dragon
    Young Wyvern
    Zoats


    Kinship
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Demigryph
    Dragon
    Emperor Dragon
    Great Dragon
    Griffon
    Hippogryph
    Pegasus
    Young Dragon


    Mythic Items
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Dawnstar Sword = ”Legend goes that this blade was forged in the first rays of light to strike the world. The energy of this auspicious enchantment remains embedded deep within the burnished blade, waiting to be called forth once more in a blaze of glory.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Blade of Last Resort = ”This sword has ever had a twisted sense of humour, seeking out overmatched heroes and aiding them against a chosen foe. However, the Blade of Last Resort draws its strength from a victor’s glorious lifeblood; those that best an opponent with its aid themselves have scant moments to live.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Dodecahedron of Continental Drift = ”Said to have been left behind by the Old Ones, this peculiar object can be used to remake the world. Each alteration to the Dodecahedron’s external matrix is reflected on the land around the user. Its ill-considered use can easily prove catastrophic…”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Fozzrik’s Floating Fortress = ”Though Fozzrik’s magical aptitude led him to become a wizard, he never lost his love for architecture. Many of the Old World’s cities have been built around immaculate structures that Fozzrik created from stone and sorcery, but more prized by far are his floating fortresses - buildings that move under their own power and sprout defences to repel intruders.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Woodwaker’s Wand = ”Once upon a time, all the woods in the world were linked. Some say this great forest was alive, in a curious sort of way, and that every tree that now grows retains a portion of its vigour and intelligence just waiting to be revived.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Living Deadwood Staff = ”Arboreonecromancy is a little-practiced branch of wizardry - any mystic crazed enough to attempt it normally transfers his attentions back to raising zombies and skeletons, rather than undead trees. However, legends tell of the Archmage Sycamo, ‘The Daemon Carpenter of Estalia’, who not only perfected a method of reanimating trees from their residual elements, but also filling them with astounding vigour. Much of Sycamo’s work has, fortunately, been lost to the intervening aeons, but the Living Deadwood Staff never stays missing for long…”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Giantkin Helm = ”After constantly being told ‘We expect big things from you’ by his Elector Count father, Heinrich von Roth spent much of the family fortune commissioning an artefact that would help him achieve greatness. Alas, he was to learn that when dealing with wizards, precision of diction is just as important as largesse of payment.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Windcatcher Prism = ”This peculiar bauble was crafted long ago, its purpose very much tied to storms of magic. Once a particular Wind of Magic rises to a certain cataclysmic level, the Windcatcher Prism absorbs and rechannels a portion of its power, bestowing the bearer - and his immediate allies - with an avataric aspect of the ascendant Wind of Magic.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Paranoth’s Piquet Fence = ”Paranoth was a famous travelling mage, who trod every road ‘twixt Cathay and Naggarond. Naturally, only a particularly foolish wizard would journey such roads without defences, so Paranoth wove himself a sorcerous fence to defend his encampments whilst he and his companions slept.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Rockcharmer’s Flute = ”Androgast Gildheim was the first man in the Empire to master this granite flute, but its origins lie hidden in the mists of time. Some say that the Rockcharmer’s Flute was used to destroy the old Dwarfen realms, others that it sank the fabled realm of Seidon. However, the most popular tale concerns a drunken Halfling, the Rockcharmer’s Flute, a jug of lamp oil, a plate of sausages and the accidental creation of the Grey Mountains.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Wyssan’s Weighted Dice = ”This set of weighted dice is one amongst many forged by Arctovian Wyssan over the course of a long and (unsurprisingly) successful wagering career. At the bearer’s command, these skull-marked cubes play havoc with the laws of causality; turning certainty into bleak misfortune.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Arabyan Puzzlebox = ”This elegantly crafted container houses many hundreds of glittering gemstones, each with the power to harness the Winds of Magic if used in the correct manner. Alas, the user can never truly be sure that the compartment he has opened will contain the gems he needed.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic

    Black Book of Ibn Naggazar = ”Ibn Naggazar was a brilliant, if somewhat maniacal, Arabyan sorcerer. Whilst it is unknown whether his madness sprang from isolation, too many attempts at creating intoxicating ‘elixirs’ or the honeyed promises of whispering Daemons, there can be no doubt that he was utterly insane. No rational wizard would create a book inked on the skin of his closest family, much less constantly follow its advice.”
    https://drive.google.com/drive/folde...WhndVE0VklZZDA Storm of Magic


    Added Items

    Battle Stone of Le Marquis (Arcane Items)
    Bufo’s Hex Scroll (Arcane Items)
    Freezing Death Spell Jewel (Arcane Item)
    Holy Relic (Talisman)
    Lifestone of Ashraaz (Arcane Items)
    Power Stone of Le Marquis (Arcane Items)
    The Mystic Shield of Brag (Arcane Items)


    Removed Items

    None yet
    Last edited by PaulH; October 21, 2018 at 08:38 PM.

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    Lore Information Regarding Estalia

    When a series is being continuously updated for a quarter of a century there is bound to be a massive amount of lore that has been created for it. This is an attempt to collate important snippets of lore that I have found during my research into units. I am presenting these in note form rather than in quote form due to the sheer amount of information that is potentially able to be displayed here, but I hope that it will prove useful or interesting to you regardless.

    General Information
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    - Estalians are renowned traders and are often found as far north as Marienburg.
    Warhammer: Battle Bestiary https://i.imgur.com/xXSNDp3.png


    Magic
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    - None yet


    The Land
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    - Estalia is a hot and dry realm.
    - Estalia is made up of many tiny kingdoms, most of whom aren't known outside of Estalia.

    Warhammer: Battle Bestiary https://i.imgur.com/xXSNDp3.png


    Foreign Affairs
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    Marienburg
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    - Estalians are renowned traders and are often found as far north as Marienburg.
    Warhammer: Battle Bestiary https://i.imgur.com/xXSNDp3.png

    Tilea
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    - Frequently lay siege to Tobaro, but are always repelled.
    Link - White Dwarf Page


    Cities in Estalia
    Spoiler Alert, click show to read: 
    None yet
    Last edited by PaulH; September 01, 2018 at 10:49 AM.

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