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Abasoth's Withering
Aggressive Defence
Awakened Weapon
Branching Fate
Bull Charge
Champions of Sigmar
Coordinated Attack 
Curious Inversion
Curse of the Dwindling
Distraction
Daylight Robbery
Ethereal Shield
Fated Blade
(Replacing) Great Concussion 
Great Gains
Grievous Riposte 
Healing Potion
Horrifying Armour
Hunting Aspect 
Iara's Instant Shield
Larval Lance
Light Armour
Masterstroke
Miraculous Escape 
Momentary Madness
No Time
Obliterated 
One Fate
Peerless Fighter
Potion of Constitution 
Prized Vendetta 
Quick Thinker 
Restless Prize
Seized Trophy 
Shardgale 
Stand and Shoot
Steady Aim
Solid Gains
Substance Siphon
Survival Instincts
Unfocused Blast
Upper Hand
Vindictive Attack 
Volley Caller
Warning Shot
Well Guarded 
Wildform

Top Model

Chainrasps (Thorns of the Briar Queen)
Melee Leaders (Gurzag vs. Fjul-Grimnir)
Eyes of the Nine Supports (Narvia vs. Turosh)
Defensive Sigmar Leader (Steelheart, Farstrider, and Stormsire)
Defensive Sigmar Supports (Champions, Farstriders, Cursebreakers)

Hex and the City

Extreme Flank
Skirting Danger 
The Herbaceous Checkerboard
The Lachrymose Tetrahedron

Bottomdecking:

Flickering Step
Fusillade
Great Cunning
Jabbertoad 
Master of Mayhem
Paradox Armour
Seize the Initiative
Silence 

Unpainted Minis

The Brick

Special Articles:

The WurmStat
Four-Times Charge Aggro
Las Vegas Open Recap
Shadespire S1 Rotation
SOS Adepticon 
SOS UKGE 
Vassal

Other References

Basic Attacks vs. Dice Loss 
Primal Ace's Attack vs. Defense Table (Verified)

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