For all the people who are too lazy to look through stuff such as this blog and are only interested in purely destructive feats (or in a few cases durability feats), some notable and incredibly straightforward examples will be presented here for easy access or as something to link to when some guy tells you something profoundly stupid like "Greater Daemons are only Mountain level". Basically, this is here to show just how strong stuff like Greater Daemons and most notable characters actually are. I will also list what tier each feat is, going by our tiering system.
Most feats presented here will be from Chaos because hoo boy do those guys get a lot of them, but that doesn't mean it has to be from them exclusively.
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I first joined this wiki back around May of 2015. I have been active for more than two and a half years, and spent a good portion of my time as staff. I have made many pages, as well as friends, and hope to make many more. I suppose I just wanted to explain part of why that is so.
Over my time here, I have grown extremely fond of this community and the people it is comprised of. There is a good reason for this. We are not a usual wiki when compared to many others at our level of prominence. There is not a single, unifying franchise, or even really a subject, that binds us together. We are a character indexing site, containing profiles from across a multitude of mediums, and that, as a whole, has turned out to be extraordinarily beneficial. …Read more >
So, recently a friend of mine introduced me to a fun little tabletop skirmish game called Malifaux. It's quite a enjoyable and fast-paced, and the models have very distinct personality, which I appreciate. However, wanting to get deeper into the lore, I was initially uncertain where to start. Due to the game not being incredibly well known (it's by no means obscure, but is far from a global juggernaut like 40k), it's not exactly easy to find a CliffsNotes version of major story events or feats that may be notable. So it's up to Azzy (which is me) to go through all the Malifaux lore I have access to and note stuff down.
This list includes:
- Core Rulebook (Ed. 1.5)
- Rising Powers
- Twisting Fates
- Storm of Shadows
- Core Rulebook (Ed. 2)
IMPORTANT NOTE: This is a MASSIVE work in progress and will definitely be rather messy and unorganized for a little while.
Well, this was bound to happen, eventually. Welcome, my friends, to what is likely the first of many respect threads for the Warhammer 40k verse. I figured the best place to start off would be the faction I am most familiar with, so we'll be diving right in to the depths of the Warp to dig up some feats for Chaos.
dO YOu hEAR thE VOICeS, tOo?!
We'll start things off with everyone's favorite bloodthirsty champion of the Blood God. Khârn probably has some of the best feats out of all reoccurring Champions of Chaos, partially due to the fact that he gets quite a bit of use as both the main character and primary antagonist i…
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This is just a really quick blog to help explain why the god tiers of the Undertale verse are placed where they are.
Let's start with everyone's favorite ghost child, Chara. As anyone who has played the genocide route will know, Chara and the Player basically go on a killing spree in the Underground; the former by learning from the Player and realizing their "true purpose", and the latter simply because they can. At the end, whether the Player agrees or not, Chara will destroy the world. However, "world" in this case does not refer to the planet, or a single timeline, but instead the game's entire reality. This can be seen by the fact that when Chara performs this feat, the game crashes, and upon booting it back up, there is absolutely not…
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