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Hey LO not sure if I'm posting in the right place but here it goes.
I have been painting miniatures for a long time, mostly Reaper and various others for D&D. I have recently taken an interest in putting together a 40k army. My main question is how do you identify if the codex is the most up to date version? There are many used book stores in my area and a multitude of used 40k books that seem to be the updated versions but I am unsure. I realize the best way to go about this would be to just go to GW but I obviously prefer to buy them cheap used.
There are probably lists somewhere with the date of publication of the most up to date codexes- and then it is just a matter of checking inside the cover for the date by the copyright bumpf.
If I were you i'd identify which books interest me, and then check the GW website- the cover art is different for every edition so just make sure the one you are buying is the one for sale at GW and you're golden.
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Thanks for the quick feedback.
I have had the same idea of referring to the GW website cover art. I guess I'll stick to that. Shame they aren't able to print the edition on the actual codex.
Very true. Oh well, I found all the ISBN's of the most up to date codices and rulebook on Wikipedia. 5 ed Rulebook and Space Wolves Codex for $40 together used. Win.