-Ghost Wolves-

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  1. Would this be a better representation of the Bahram Starter? Hassassin Bahram ────────────────────────────────────────────────── 6 ASAWIRA Spitfire, Nanopulser / Pistol, Shock CCW. (2 | 43) FARZAN (Forward Observer) Rifle + Light Shotgun / Pistol, Knife. (0 | 23) BARID Hacker (Hacking Device) Lieutenant Rifle + Pitcher / Pistol, Knife. (1 | 21) MUYIB Rifle + Light Shotgun, Panzerfaust, D-Charges / Pistol, Knife. (0 | 24) MUYIB Rifle + Light Shotgun, Panzerfaust, D-Charges / Pistol, Knife. (0 | 24) MUYIB Doctor Plus (MediKit) Rifle + Light Shotgun, D.E.P. / Pistol, Knife. (0 | 27) 3 SWC | 162 Points Open in Infinity Army
  2. The least used Ragik profile makes sense since they know people will want the Fiday and certain people I guess have been wanting a Spitfire Tarik. It's easier to push blisters of profiles you know that will sell and in boxes putting less used profiles.
  3. What he said.
  4. They'll make new Securitate I'm sure. I doubt they'll throw them to the wayside. I'm counting on it. Just hoping they're sensible about it given how small of a fix they were given on N3 release.
  5. Just trying to give you some hope. I'm interested to see what they do with the Securitate. GenCon is right around the corner, so until then I'm holding my breath.
  6. Give it another couple weeks, bucko.
  7. But I want them now...
  8. If it was me, I'd be eating my hat now.
  9. Koni, if you can hear me. I'd kill for a Guilang dossier. Would love to see the new art for them. Sincerely, Not-A-Hunzakut. Be that as it may, the fluff (for its reasons) has them in the Invincible Army as special operations. I'm glad that's changed since it was also stated that they trained adjacent to the Guilang while spending their time in the Huang Di area. Now we just need those damn Blue Wolves. Would be icing on the cake for Yu Jing.
  10. I'm hoping for something crazy. Doesn't necessarily mean it has to be over the top, but it like you said can't be something following the humm-drumm of Corregidor or Bakunin. Should be a high tech, modded machine with loads of Infini-bucks put into it.
  11. Better be more than Zero-G. With the money and influence Tunguska has, I expect a lot more toys, gimmicks, and skills.
  12. Long live the fighters! Not gonna lie, I shiggy diggy the Nomads stuff more. They'll be making it into some Rogue Stars play sessions.
  13. They're not generic spacemen. CJC is pretty much what it says on the tin. They are Mercs and Engineers. Their armor and units reflect that. Iguana and Geckos scream "low-tech" and jerry-rigged. They're really like the souped up HI of other factions. Running security, offering their repair/maintenance, and being the main military branch is reflected in their selection and types of units. Intruders and Tomcats represent that to me. Tunguska units are really unique in the amount of gear and unique loadouts they have. You can tell they are the well funded group. Hi tech and sleek. Can't wait for a new Szalamandra. Troops like the Grenzer and Interventor have such nice gear compared to other units that it's almost like how some of the Tohaa units are. That uniqueness is nice. Bakunin is a mish mash of everything under the sun and that's reflected in their units. You've got your crazy Religious sect, weird lab experiments, and some experimental type units. On the subject of PanO being space knights, that's really what MO is known for and is a facet of PanO as a whole. They have a huge Latin and Sikh department with the ASA and NCA along with Varuna seem like Pacific Islander and Aussies. With Svalarheima, you get the Swiss and certain Europeans groups as well backing that up. Christianity does happen to be a larger body within PanO, but it doesn't dominate the melting pot of cultures as much as one would think. Nomads are definitely unique among the other factions in how resourceful they are and the lore fits. Using outdated TAGs and equipment, and making it their own. Compare an Alguacile to a Moderator, and a Securitate. None of them really look alike and compared to the other factions they have an underlying theme that does bring that cohesion you mentioned. It still separates themselves from one another in addition to the other factions which is why I like this game so much. Some of the differences are subtle, but at the same time can be noticeable if that makes sense.
  14. But when?! I've been waiting for a Spitfire Shang Ji for a long time.
  15. Unfortunately we don't have models for Blackjacks yet, but I still think V. Kazaks work fine against Tohaa due to their stat weight and abundance of abilities.