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I was on the phone with GW asking about a bitz order, and just casually asked if they had in of those Apocalypse backpacks left. Turns out they had like 14 left due to canceled orders as of 2 PM eastern time today. So I bought one.
Honestly, I don't really have the points to field the army, nor was I really interested in Apocalypse, being a new player. However, that Cadian VIII backpack is totally awesome and really what I wanted transport wise. I'm also a guard player with cadian colors.
What do you guys think, 90 bucks for a backpack, pretty frivolous?
I do not play 40k and definitly do not intend to play Apoc anytime soon yet I was hovering dangerously close to buying the gamers edition just for the backpack . Thankfully I demonstrated restraint.
90 dollars? Thats a bloody bargain, here in the UK it is £60 which is just under $120 at the moment.
Can you change the title?
Personally, I'm holding out for all of the new releases before I decide.
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i personaly dont see the point in buying Apocolypse stuff. In my area it is going to be popular for 2-3 weeks then no one will care.
90 dollars for a back pack aint bad. I have found that if you have the money and you want it go ahead and get it.
The most dangerous men in the world are the ones who have nothing to lose.
I think part of getting into a hobby is accepting that you will not pay for the value of an item, in and of itself, you will instead be paying for the amount of hobby time you get back.
If a set of plastic sprue costs 5 dollars to produce, and you buy it for 40, clearly you are paying for the hobby.
So why is it so different for a book?
I think the $90 gamer's edition set is generous. Dice, templates, the book, and then a really nice bag for the small transport.
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I got the backpack on order too. I think 90 bucks is a decent deal for what you get. I got to look through a early realse copy and was pretty impressed. Keep in mind the Apoc. book is hard cover and about as thick as the core rule book. lots of neat stuff. BTW be carfule with the green templates as they are kinda fragile.
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I personally would like to wait and scope it out after release, if there is a good amount of players, I will probably just buy rules and work from there. It seems cool and all that but I deffinitly have lots of leaning questions that might fall over on me if answered correctly.