We’re gamers, we have opinions, and often strong ones, so we write editorials. We do focus on Warhammer 40K, but not all of these are game specific either. Sometimes we just rattle on about damn near anything. Some of us are getting old and grumpy.
These editorial articles cover a broad range of stuff. We have a fair share of opinion pieces, like our opinions on a codex, new edition of the rules, or reviews of units. There’s also some more introspective articles, like keeping games interesting, or how to better understand yourself as a gamer.
There are some reviews to be found as well on things like Black Library books.
Basically, you will find the thoughts of our authors here, and hopefully that doesn’t scare you away.
Games Workshop is introducing a new line of books called Warhammer Adventures. These books are aimed at younger gamers to introduce them to Age of Sigmar and Warhammer 40K. Sounds cool, right? Well, there's a lot of hate going around for it and I want to talk about that for a minute.
There's a few ways you can save money when getting into Warhammer 30K (Horus Heresy), so I'll share those ways with you. I've also included a list of every legion and the power armor marks that are associated with each.
Warhammer 40K is expensive. However, there are a lot of ways you can save money when you're a new player getting into the game. Even veteran players can save money depending on the models they are after. So, I've collected every deal I know of to show you how to save money on Warhammer 40K.