How to Win as Nurgle in Total War: Warhammer III

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

Why Norsca is (Probably) Fixed in Total War: Warhammer III

The forces of Chaos didn’t get a lot of love through most of Total War: Warhammer II’s lifespan. Two of the factions were hoard factions and one faction had to play as a hoard faction without a hoard’s mobile recruitment capabilities. Creative Assembly finally showed Chaos some love with the Beastmen update, introducing The Slaughterhorn Tribe and new mechanics which turned a nearly unplayable faction into arguably the best. But as for Warriors of Chaos and Norsca, well…<

Tony Khan Says He Felt Big Swole’s Wrestling “Wasn’t Good Enough.”

Former AEW wrestler Big Swole (real name Aerial Hull) recently made comments about the company accusing it of both a lack of structure and a lack of diversity. In comments reported on by Frightful Wrestling, Swole said she chose to part ways with AEW when her contract expired in November. She also  went into detail about her criticisms against the company.

Bray Wyatt Released From WWE

In a shocking move, WWE announced on its Twitter account today that the company has come to terms with the release of Bray Wyatt. Wyatt has not appeared on TV since his match against Randy Orton at WrestleMania 37. His long absence has sparked theories that he might have been taking a sabbatical to grieve for his close friend and former faction partner, John Huber, also known as Luke Harper or Brodie Lee in AEW.