Anyone here play this tabletop game? If you don't know about this game here is a discription.
War Gods is a mass-combat game, best played with 50+ figures per side. Units are usually at least 10 models, but there is no upper limit. Armies (warbands) in "War Gods of Aegyptus" are not racially motivated and organized, like in Warhammer and most other games... Anubi don't hate Tethru, just because the way they look. With a couple exceptions, you can build warbands of pretty much whatever races you want.
Warfare in War Gods is religiously motivated... each warband is lead by a Harbinger, basically an incarnation of a god on earth. Thus, you have a warband of Anubis, not an army of Anubi. A Harbinger of Anubis may attract the children of the other gods (Heru, Basti, etc) to his cause, but the majority of his warband will be Anubi and Asar (human) worshippers of Anubis -- the City-Dwellers. This is the same for the Harbinger of all the gods.
There are a couple exceptions: Typhons and Heru will never serve in the same warband -- they are rivals and share a great hatred for each other. Asar Warbands of Osiris and Isis (known as the Dispossessed) will not allow Typhons to serve -- Typhons are the Children of Set, the murderer of Osiris, and there is great animosity between the Typhon and the Dispossessed. Warbands of the Eater of the Dead (the Undead), are enemies of all the Children of the Gods. An Eater of the Dead warband is ONLY undead... no living people, except the Necromancer.
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