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Little Rule Book
Big Rule Book
Rulebook? I don't need no stinkin' rulebook!
I'm curious just because any edition other than the LRB (little rule book) has become a running joke at my store.
Myself, I'd like the hardback myself, but I still need a box of gnoblars, a rhinox scraplauncher, and who knows what else I'll get into next...
Hmmm. I'm in my final year at uni currently, so i haven't been playing for a while. When i go home i'll just borrow a friend's, so for now i've gone for the last option!:w00t:
Seriously though, when i do get round to buying it (in about a year or so) i'll go for the bigger one.
I've got the little one myself. 100+ models is too good an offer to pass up. It really fills out my Dwarfs and allowed me to get my Orcs & Goblins off the ground.
Wood Elves 2/0/1
Orcs & Goblins 0/1/0
Next Army - Tomb Kings
I took "big red book" to a whole new level. I haggled with my GW manager and was able to get the collector's edition down to about 50 bucks (with its purchase, I recieved a free $35 regiment box, and since it was late in delivery, I got a $10 gift card). So I guess I got real lucky with that one.
It's not very practical when it comes to gaming, but damn its a sexy book
My 40K Armies:
- Thousand Sons
- Mordian Imperial Guard
- Dark Eldar
My Fantasy Armies:
- Lhamian Vampire Counts
I prefer the little book as it easy to pack with traveling to and from games. in addition, getting all the models was definitely a plus since i play both night gobos and dwarves
40K-Beakies(9-14-4),Guard(4-7-2),Orks(34-12-11). FANTASY-Dwarves(15-6-7),Beasts (14-14-1), Skaven (17-17-10) DoC (6-1-2). CYGNAR (28-15-1)