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Some of those box sets are insane!!! 180 guardsmen?!?!
Interesting! I think it might have been there a week or so but I didn't actually have a look at it in detail. Especially the miniatures section.
New Eldar Autarch on Jetbike, so its not a conversion. Not too bad, just wish they'd make the bikes look less like Harleys and more like modern road bikes...
But I call to God, and the LORD saves me.
I like the Chaos 10 Marine/10 Chaos Spawn box set.
Anybody want to guess on a price for the Space Marine Company? I know the new Chaos boxset set me back $190.00 so I'm thinking around $500.00
So... this seems like a game supplement for the insanely rich. 8X
"The pleasure of satisfying a savage instinct, undomesticated by the ego, is incomparably much more intense than the one of satisfying a tamed instinct. The reason is becoming the enemy that prevents us from a lot of possibilities of pleasure" S. Freud
"Sin is in... Let us begin!"
After looking at the images at your link and imagining how much just one boxed set will cost makes me want to give up the hobby.
That Ork Dred Mob looks wonderful. 3 Dreadnaugths and 6 killa kans comes out to about $267 I think, but from what I've heard the Dred Mob will only cost $175! Nearly a $100 saved.
WOW..........120 gaunts in a package under 200$.........Freaken amazing. Games Workshop is going all out. I cant wait until that rulebook. Now I really need a job.
The Great Plague meets The Devourer of The Galaxy. What does that make us?
the space marine battle company is gonna be like 250
I don't know if I'll buy into it. It's a bit much for me. I have a lot of Chaos and will work within those limitations.
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The "A Smart Player Will..." theory is a complete paradox. If we make an assumption that everything we do is outsmarted, then theoretically we can never win.
This morning the Canadian site had a ton of Apoc content for about an half an hour. Now it's all gone, but I'm going through my cache to see what I still have.
I got this out of my internet cache so far.
Games of Warhammer 40,000 under the Apocalpse Expansion are huge! The minimum size is 3,000 points per side, and it goes up from there to as many models as you can fit on a table without it collapsing under their weight.
The size of such an undertaking might be a little intimidating to even the most veteran of hobbyists. Rest assured that there are a lot of different ways to gather forces at the Apocalypse scale. Read on to get ideas on how you can "Apocalycize" your army.
Collecting an Apocalypse-scale force of your own can take a little time regardless of whether it's heavy on vehicles, troops, or a mix of both. However, you can start playing Apocalypse right away if you team up your standard 1,500-point force with another player's army of similar size.This allied approach works well under the Apocalypse expansion. Since the battlefields are so vast, it helps having more than one commander per side. Plus, the expansion book lays out a few guidelines for you as you ally your forces, including an Allies Matrix chart that allows you to team up in a way that's appropriate to the Warhammer 40,000 background (e.g., no Space Marine-Tyranid armies, unless your house rules say otherwise). If you look closely at the picture above, you'll see that this army is a mix of Witch Hunters, Space Marines, and Eldar Harlequins. Of course, if you're the kind of avid hobbyist who has more than one 40K army, you can mix them up to get the 3,000 points you'll need for Apocalypse without another player's help. One really cool side effect of the Allies Matrix is that it allows players to try out units from armies other than the one they already have. For example, let's say you're an Imperial Guard player with a collection of about 2,000 points. You've always been interested in Tau, but you haven't been able to start a whole new 40K army for them. Now, with Apocalypse, you can take your 2,000 points of Imperial Guard, acquire 1,000 points of Tau, and you'll have an Apocalypse-scale force (and you're on your way to building a regular 40K force of Tau). That's not a bad way to start a new army while still playing games with it.