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Are the Hordes Faction/Army books up to date with MkII? Is the Hordes Primal MkII book even out yet? If it isn't, does anyone know when it will be out?
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I'm pretty sure Hordes Mk II is still in the play-test phase. I'm not even sure if there's a definite (or even estimated) date out there for a release...
Primal mk.II came out about a week ago, and like Prime mk.II before it, it has all the stuff from the original Primal in it, along with a new heavy warbeast for each of the four main factions.
The Forces of Hordes: Skorne book is slated for release on August 11, if my memory serves correctly. That will collect all the existing Skorne stuff from mk.I and all their new mk.II goodies in one handy volume. After that, it's Trollbloods in September, Legion of Everblight in October, Circle Orboros in November, and finally Minions in December - which will have the all-new Minion warlocks, allowing you to field them as a faction in their own right if that's your thing!
Of course, there's been some schedule slips with the Warmachin mk.II books, so it might not go exactly like that; but I think PP are aiming to have all the Mk.II books out by the end of 2010. After that they'll be returning to their expansion book format, wherein all the factions get new stuff with each book.
Hope this helps!
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Okay, so I'm completely wrong, and you can just ignore my last post. Good one, Deadstar, don't even bother to check your facts...
I did wonder why I was hearing rumours of new Warmachine stuff if they hadn't finished off Hordes Mk II yet...
The Primal Mark II is a really nicely made book with a lot of new art. I am quite happy with mine.
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