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Im just curious about the whole years of warhammer thing. I at college, trapped in a small room with all my engineering books and my computer. So all i can do with this hobby now is kinda view from the outside and endless amounts of mathhammer (you seriously have no idea how many battles i played against myslef on paper its sad). And im just wondering if im the only person who has no idea what GW is doing for the 25 year thing.
I would expect a huge promotion or campaign that doenst change rules like the medusa campaign for 40k.
Just wondering if i was missing some big picutre or if its just in store promotions and pitched games/paintingmodeling lessons.
Back to my books..........
It's always nice to discover someone else who knows how tough engineering is
I don't know that much that's going on in terms of events, but I remember reading about some special releases to mark the 25th anniversary. I saw a few of these mentioned in a thread on Warseer about release dates. There's going to be a special limited edition of the 7th ed rulebook a model of "Harry the Hammer" (who is apparently the guy on the inside cover of the rulebook?) and a few army box sets. What will be in these I'm not sure but since it's an anniversary there's a good chance there will be some classic models in there somewhere. Like I said, I only saw these mentioned in a thread elsewhere on the web so I'm not certain.
I'm hoping for a 25% discount. But since that's probably not goign to happen...
I'm thinking a storewide campaign (who cares), a free model with the white dwarf and that'll be it, i fear.
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Harry the Hammer is that guy with the bucket helm and green hair hitting a skeleton on the inside cover of the new rulebook- that picture was the cover of the original WHFB i believe.
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I would love to see boxed armies that give you a great deal released.
Its strange that they havent had this all planned out usually when this sort of thing comes around they all get gitty like little school girls about whatever is going on.
I have heard that they are doing boxed armies for the races of warhammer - 40k is getting its new version, so does not need further promoting (espcially after apoc last year) so its army deals for warhammer. They are also supposed to be appearing in April (or around then)
I know in the new limited edition 7th edition rulebook there going to include the rules for first edition warhammer as well. I think it's a pretty cool thing, may be a neat way to change things up for a game or two with your friends, I wouldn't mind seeing how things were played way back in the days.
hmm just the rules? It certainly sounds fun (and its like two games in one!) but I hope that they include some codex amendments or something along those lines or the rules and the current codexes will be at such odds as to mess each other up == though I speak from a 40K point of view, I reckon in 7 versions that even the core rules of fantasy have had a big change -- still it will be interesting