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.
Continuing with my coverage of my progress on my pledge for monster march. Bonus In kingdom death, survivors kill creatures and then make armour and weapons from their remains. As, when we have been playing, I have a very powerful twilight sword user who charges around in phoenix armour I made her in miniature form.
We've had Warhammer 40,000 8th edition for a while now. I wanted to wait it out a bit before giving my review of the game. While there's some improvements and changes I like, there's a lot more that Games Workshop could have done, and could be doing, to improve 8th edition.
Lately I've gotten into Games Workshop specialist games and enjoying those far more than Warhammer 40K. So, I thought I'd share why I'm enjoying these games, and why they suit me much more lately than 40K does.
This question gets asked a lot but seldomly answered seriously: how expensive is Warhammer 40K? So, I thought I would break down the cost of getting into 40K, and showing you the expense of building up to a 2,000pt army.
For Monster March, run by Swordmaster over at Path of an Outcast, I thought I’d put forward one model that has been sitting in my projects pile for too long (years at this stage) and one newer model. An Eldar wraithseer and the Phoenix from Kingdom Death.