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  1. Maybe the app 'just' makes new or existing players buy more of the current expansions?
  2. With tons of expansions released, and for the first time (to my knowledge), no new announced expansion (or hero/monster pack) and everything being available. Is this the end? Is it just slowing down? Or is the just the end of hero/monster packs?
  3. I think the Terrinoth setting is the best we could wish for! Why? because this allows FFG for a long term commitment for this game, they will not have to retire it due to expired licenses. If they wanted a short term success, they would have used one of their many licenses. I think we should read this choice, as a very serious signal that they want to commit to this system long term.
  4. For now we have The Daqan Lords and Waiqar the Undying. Almost everybody seems to agree, that only two different factions is a major problem for the game, in order to succeed. Most people also expect that The Uthuk Y'Llan and The Latari Elves to show up as factions. While some (but far from everybody) beleives that Dwarves of Dunwarr and Orcs of the Broken Plains could show up. Only a very few people expect anything beyound this. So we are looking at a miniatures wargame with 4-6 armies (assumption), is this really sufficient? I would personally believe it should be in the 8-10 range (in time). But maybe I am spoiled by my Warhammer background (15 years ago).
  5. Wild speculation on single figures that could be EVOLVED into full armies. Orrukasi: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2016/6/16/stand-against-the-darkness/ Minotaurs: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2016/6/6/charge-into-battle-1/ Barbarians: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2016/5/20/hungry-for-battle/ Deep Elves: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2015/7/16/into-the-wilderness/ Ogres and/or Trools: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/products/descent-journeys-in-the-dark-second-edition/products/visions-of-dawn/ Lizards: https://www.fantasyflightgames.com/en/news/2015/1/2/visions-of-dawn/ I would be happy with 'just' the 6 Rune Age armies, but they could create as many as they want to.
  6. If you look at Descent 2nd ed, there are lots of races that could be evolved. One could be the lizard-man hero or the minutaur hero. A more unlikely one could be elementals.
  7. For me it would just be cool to collect and (in time) paint all armies. I do not expect to meet with people who has an army (or the game), so I will likely provide everything by myself. For me this could be another 'boardgame' like "BattleLore on streriods" Assuming that the prices wont be like Warhammer miniatures...
  8. I love the fantasy setting. As long as the world has undead, orcs, elves and dwarves I am happy. If other factions are awailable, that is just a big bonus. PS.: I never liked the boring all-round human faction
  9. There is a lot of talk about "How to collect a single faction". Am I the only one considering to collect all the factions? I would love to play this like Battlelore, when a friend comes by I can ask "Do you want to try Runewars?", followed by "What army do you want?". Then use 20 minutes to explain rules and start playing! I dreamed of doing something like this back in my WH40K days, but the rules and pricepoint made it impossible. Maybe I am just crazy....?
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