The series attracted a massive cult following with the videos amassing millions of views.
Adorable heresy took place in the R/Warhammer community on Thursday
The episode drew backlash with the show receiving dozens of angry letters and phone calls.
In an update to a previous story, “My Little Dashie – The Mini Movie” is no longer marked “For Kids
With over a million subscribers on YouTube, Swiss creator StormXF3 amassed this legion of followers by editing My Little Pony animations together with live action actors. StormXf3’s videos frequently rack up millions of views, occasionally coming close to or even beating the early success of the “My Little Dashie” fan film published eight years ago, yet at 31 million views, “My Little Dashie- The Mini Movie” remains an essential component of the channel’s growth.
Warhammer 40K streamer Majorkill has been banned from YouTube for a week after what he says is a mistake from YouTube’s automatic flagging system.
Claire Margaret Corlett, who voiced Sweetie Belle on My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic as part of her extensive filmogrophy, recently announced her engagement to Gabriel C Brown, who worked on Friendship is Magic and also voiced Alastor (during the character’s song portions) for the pilot of Hazbin Hotel.
One of the more frustrating aspects of Fear and Hunger is its frequent use of random number generation, presented to the player in the form of a coin toss. When searching weapons racks or bookshelves, players “toss a coin” to determine whether they’ll get something awesome, like plate arm guards (that stop the baddies from chopping your arm off), or nothing at all. Worse than that, players frequently get into situations where they’ll have to toss that coin to determine whether or not they live or die. But players can at least give themselves better than a 50-50 chance of a positive outcome if they can get ahold of a lucky coin. Each lucky coin is single-use only, but allows players to toss two coins in these situations rather than one
Those blessed with early access to Total War: Warhammer III have revealed an epic way to cheese the game’s mechanic in order to level up their lord to as high a level as they please in just one turn. This little-known cheese also exists in Total War: Warhammer II. The reason it was little known was because the opportunity to perform said cheese came about very rarely, and a player, in most cases, would have had to spend all day doing it in order to unlock their lord’s good skills. But in TW: Warhammer III the opportunity for this cheese not only comes about more often, it’s also much more effective.
The Poxmakers of Nurgle, led by Ku’Gath Plaguefather, are a defensive, tanky faction. They have few missile units and none of those will trade well with ranged units from more missile-focused armies. They do have a ton of hitpoints and defense, as well as various healing abilities allowing them to soak up a lot of damage, but they are also very slow, giving the enemy plenty of time to deal out that damage. Nurgle magic is good, but not excellent. It’s a bit more expensive and a bit less effective than other lores of magic. So while Nurgle is amazing at taking on melee focused armies and just outlasting them, his factions are probably more vulnerable to ranged attacks and magic than any other race in the game. But they make up for this (somewhat) with a very fast recovery time