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Ship Ahoy Admirals, Warmasters, Dragon Princes, Warlords, Hive Minds and other commandeers of the Stellar fleets,
Another issue of Warp Rift arrives, this being issue twenty. This issue sees the return of the Tyranid War suppliment, the ongoing fiction epic. In addition, we are joined by a two new members of the team. Davide has been put in charge of battle reports for the magazine. Battle reports are one of the most popular sections of any magazine, and most people enjoy reading a good report. However, they are also one of the sections which takes the longest to put together, so I am sure that Davide, dedicated to the cause, will be put to great use. Please make him welcome, and next time you play a game, take some notes and write it up to send in, to show the entire community just how great - or lucky - you are as a commander!
Jack Watling dedicated himself to photoshop the great painted ships into a space surrounding. He will do this on steady basis for Warp Rift.
Also this issue we have an article on running multi-player games of Battlefleet Gothic, because battles are not always organised to be one-on-one, a new disengage order, a Chaos showcase, as well as the finalists from the almost over 2008 Battlefleet Gothic Painting Competition, part two of the High Anchor fiction arc, not one but two scenarios, with the Tau taking on Hive Fleet, and a very creative method of making three dimensional blast markers. Enjoy this latest edition, and please do keep sending material in.
You can download issue 20 from the usual location here:
This is AWESOME work!...
...and VERY useful to me, since I'm planning to start my own fleet .
Temperature regulation is overrated.
Glad to be of service.