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  1. This game looks awesome! A collectible game I can play alone? And it's also co-op? And set in Middle Earth? SOLD! I'm really interested to see how threat level works.
  2. I'd actually be surprised if something like this isn't released. Especially if they see a boost in sales after they introduce the 60 card packs.
  3. I would be really happy for a reprint, I got into it late and my only way to play is with Keldon's AI program. I'd love to have the actual cards, the art looks incredible. Some decks I can still find, but all my favorite ones are the impossible to find ones....
  4. Yes, one of each pack, I'd rather have more variety than a full play set of each card. So 16 Skaven cards, less than I was hoping but not bad. Are High Elves really uncompetitive? They're my favorite race in the game so far. (I play them in WFB.)
  5. I settled on W:I, ordered the core set, assault on ulthuan and the five released battle packs. Why? Because it's the one drumming up the most interest in my group and I love the borderless cards. Plus it's only the first LCG I'm going to buy, I hope to pick up CoC and AGoT in the not to distant future. Question, how much skaven comes with those five battle packs?
  6. Thanks for the replies. I'm actually leaning away from Warhammer Invasion at the moment, it would probably be easier to get players into, but it seems to simplistic for my tastes. And I also don't like the Order vs. Destruction thing introduced into Warhammer. Is CoC or AGoT a more strategic game?
  7. Someone said Iron Kingdoms earlier, that would be incredibly awesome, but I think Privateer Press would rather make it themselves than give the rights to another company. So I'll keep hoping for 40k I suppose. Though, what's happening with the Kingdom Hearts card game? Did FFG give up the rights? (Also, it'll never happen but I'd love a Legend of Zelda card game in the LCG format. I've thought of a lot of plans for such a game.)
  8. I am in the process of choosing one of the current LCGs, the problem is I'm a major fan of all three settings. I have probably every HP Lovecraft story ever written, all of the Song of Ice and Fire books -Read multiple times- and sizable Warhammer armies along with a bunch of the novels and video games. -It's probably worth noting I am an absolute fluff nut.- All three games look much funner than my current CCGs -MTG and Hecatomb- and I've fallen in love with the LCG format. (And of course FFG is one of my favorite companies for all my gaming needs.) I've also watched all three tutorial videos and read the three rulebooks. I don't know anyone else who plays an LCG, I'll be the one pioneering the concept to my gaming group. So any tips for choosing one of the games? Perhaps some reasons to choose one over another?
  9. I think a free online sample of how the game plays would be a good idea to help people who want to try it but aren't willing to shell out $100 to see if they like it in play. It would no doubt be simplefied, but I have faith that FFG could give us a good sample experience.
  10. GreyLord said: Atendarius said: GreyLord said: Yeah, they have PAGES relating to that post, and nothing stated or shown thus far has shown it to be wrong, if anything, it's backed it up what was said and has shown that it's NO HOAX, and probably was spot on in what the game tester stated. If everything else he's stated seems to be showing up as accurate thus far, why would his other statement of being a hybrid be wrong? Because you know... A board game needs to have a board? I hope that's sarcasm. Blue Moon doesn't have a board...but is in the boardgame forums if you go look. Dominion in the top 10 on Boardgamegeek has NO BOARD. Warhammer Fantasy Battles...has NO BOARD. Yahtzee, sold in the boardgame departments of many stores...has NO BOARD. Rummikub has NO BOARD. If you are not being sarcastic...your point about NO BOARD is????? Blue Moon has a board... though it's not really an important part of the game, however I wouldn't call it a board game anyways, in fact I wouldn't call any of those games board games. Blue Moon and Dominion are card games, WFB is a tabletop miniature wargame, Yahtzee is a dice game and Rummikub is a tile game.
  11. GreyLord said: Yeah, they have PAGES relating to that post, and nothing stated or shown thus far has shown it to be wrong, if anything, it's backed it up what was said and has shown that it's NO HOAX, and probably was spot on in what the game tester stated. If everything else he's stated seems to be showing up as accurate thus far, why would his other statement of being a hybrid be wrong? Because you know... A board game needs to have a board?
  12. Silent Star said: At first glance WFRPv3 contains none of your wish list. As for number 3 try using an opponent that is not a Goblin or weaker, you'll find that even a fully advanced dwarf champion in plate armour is vulnerable. Can I have your secret full pre-release set of rulebooks?
  13. Has anyone complaining about the price even played an RPG before? Seriously? Even 4E D&D is going to cost you $75 for the three main rulebooks that aren't in hardcover. And even though people can say as much as they want that you don't need all three to get the full game experience you really do. $100 for four full colour rulebooks (that are surely incredibly high quality), along with everything else the game needs except a pencil. How is that a problem? Hobbies are expensive if you want quality brand name things. I'm a videogamer and I have to pay over half the price of the WFRPG 3E core set for a single game that'll last me a week or if I'm lucky a month. While an RPG could last me years. Be happy the RPG hobby is so cheap.
  14. I'm so excited for a WFB LCG, but I am a little dissapointed that they're going with the whole order vs. destruction thing, I want each faction to feel seperate from the others and I'm hoping that will still be accomplished. I also would've liked to have one of the elven or undead factions as one of the core set factions, here's hoping for faction expansions! The gameplay sounds like alot of fun too, from what little we know. FFG why do you have to make awesome games?
  15. My friend and I discovered Anima: Tactics today, and as soon as we started looking into it, with the RPG and Anime style and the amazing and unique models, we decided we had to play it. We don't have any Local Game Store unfortunately, so we'll have to do most of our buying online, so we plan to go with 250 Points, right off the bat, however, with how diverse the characters are, we're having a hard time making synergistic lists. So, I came here, to ask for help in what to choose, we play both Warhammer 40k and Warmachine/Hordes, in them I play Tyranids, Dark Eldar, Cryx and Legion of Everblight, he plays Orks, Space Marines, Khador and Trollbloods. Our play styles: Myself- +Loves speed +Loves dark and evil +Prefers close combat to ranged +Likes stealth and terrain ignoring effects -Hates slow -Gets bored with to many ranged attacks My Friend- +Loves to smash things (Whether ranged or close, does not matter) +Prefers to react over act. +Likes healing and regenerating -Is scared of models with cleavage -Hates utility characters with the sole purpose of utility (takes away from the smashy supposivly) Now onto the models we like alot lookswise. Me- 1. Damien, 2. Dark Chesire, 3. Harod, 4.Dereck, 5. Tokanosuke Him- 1. Tsubasa, Nero, Kronen, Janus, Yuri Olsen Any suggestions for making cohesive lists without sacrificing looks? (I'd also like to ask if any models come with scenic bases? Or just plain plastic?)
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