Discussion in 'Table Top' started by Grigdusher, Aug 3, 2016.
U only have to see how melee works in this game to confirm end times.
*glides 15meters out of combat then back in*
Wouldn't it be great that instead of writing for Warhammer 40k he wrote for AoS instead much to the delight of 40k fans but then AoS became so much popular that it outdid Wh40k in terms of sales, popularity, and interest and forced Wh40k to transition toward Warhammer 40k: Age of Russ.
he was a good writer of fantasy books.
...and destroyer of codexes.
well ya... if you want to use his full title...
In news today, a part of the city of Nottingham was visited by 11 biblical plagues.
Water turning into blood (including some strange people asking where the skulls were),
Getting overrun frogs (accompanied by strange reports of giant ones riding on floating stone plinths),
A plague of lice,
An attack by vicious wild animals (also included reports of giant wolfmen),
Food going bad before their use-by dates,
Eruptions on boils (usually in groups of three in a triangular shape),
A thunderstorm that produced a hail of hot volcanic rock,
A large mass of pests that ate all the plants in the area,
Sudden and unexpected eclipse of the sun (but only over this area),
People becoming so ill that they look like Death warmed up/over.
And a visitation from Matt Ward.
So, let me get this straight:
Dan Abnett leaves to write purely for DC Comics.
Graham McNeill largely leaves to help League of Legends.
Sandy Mitchell hasn't written anything in years, and his last series was cut short by the companny.
Games Workshop can't be bothered to offer any of them a better contract, but instead re-hires the guy who everyone hates.
Right, light up the signal, we're going to need some professional help with this one.
yes this is why nobody should be surprised if i suddenly disappear from all the places about war 40k