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Thursday, April 06, 2006

Warhammer 40,000 - Cities Of Death

I really liked the old rules for Cityfight but, with the release of the new edition of W40k a while back, they all became somewhat redundant. However, Cities of Death should fix all that when it comes out. Oh, and take a look at the terrain they're offering while they're at it. Yes, it looks like it'll be very nice, but one hundred quid? Ouch.

4 Comments:

At Thursday, April 06, 2006 11:27:00 am, Anonymous MatGB said...

This awesome box set gives you everything you will need to create a ruined city for the soon to be released Cities of Death.

Implies it isn't itself the book, but a scenery box to go alongside it.

Let's face it, many people are too lazy to make their own scenery (read me) and also have money (read: not me), so scenery boxes of reasonable quality (and I await image shots) are something people buy.

beats biscuit tins ;-)

 
At Thursday, April 06, 2006 12:23:00 pm, Blogger Mapp said...

It was either a biscuit tin, or I shot apart Pink's army that little bit quicker.

I will get round to trying to remake city-fight terrain. Eris only knows I've got enough cardboard boxes to do it.

It's a bit funny though that they've got the scenery box there, but nothing about the new rulebook for it. Oh well. Games Workshop move in mysterious ways.

 
At Friday, April 07, 2006 12:38:00 pm, Blogger Shakalooloo Doom said...

As I've said before, the society has plenty of terrain that can be brought up if you merely ask - Hell, much of it was donated to us by Pete in the first place.

 
At Tuesday, May 02, 2006 8:29:00 pm, Anonymous Tim said...

Preview of Cities of Death here. It doesn't exactly say anything of any interest, but there are proper pictures of the new terrain and the sprues. Which are ... alright. Probably could be made a lot better with a bit of basic conversion.

 

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