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  1. Yeah, just saw this myself: http://www.boardgamegeek.com/blogpost/3943/war-of-the-ring-returning-from-ares-games
  2. http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/680895/nexus-games-bankrupt-what-about-the-upcoming-rerel
  3. Post # 66, 75 and 108 are talking about the same problem: http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/edge_foros_discusion.asp?efpag=4&efid=179&efcid=3&efidt=417002 Also, a friend of mine had the spine of the book come off! I just bought mine today, at my FLGS. First look through didn't show any problems. There were a few "creaking" sounds on a couple of pages though, so I'll take another look tonight and the coming days, to see if anything happens. I'll report back if the pages start to fall off.' I once read about some other book with similar problems. Someone said to cover the spine with a towel and carefully run a hot iron across, a couple of times. Apparently this will soften the glue which will then settle and, with a bit of luck, hold the pages better together. I don't know if it helps, and it is a bit of a gamble to try this method I gues...
  4. Looks like it is simply a reprint: http://boardgamegeek.com/thread/598014/picked-up-by-ffg Not quite sure what the last post by the designer means: "We are not planning to make any changes to the rules, but I still don't know if FFG has already got any feedback from the market."
  5. Yeah, the Bolt Throwers has caught my attention too! I was surprised to see a new expansion out so soon. While I had actually given up on the game, I guess I now need to get those Dwarves and Goblin expansions anyways.
  6. Funny! I feel the exact opposite - Ravenloft looks better and better the more previews we get. If I were to choose only one, I would get Ravenloft. But they are two very different games, in the same genre. Dungeon Quest is a competitive game and Ravenloft is co-operative. That's a big difference right from the start! Based on my experience with the Scandinavian versions of Dungeon Quest, I expect the D&D titles to be more expandable and thus longer lasting than Dungeon Quest could ever hope to be. But FFG might prove me wrong...
  7. We had our first game of Tannhaüser a few days ago. First thing we noticed was how slow a start the player on the stairs has. So what would make the first player choose this entrance? What kind of strategy would either faction use? Thanks.
  8. facepalm said: A picture of the new guy is on the info page http://www.fantasyflightgames.com/edge_minisite_sec.asp?eidm=115&esem=1 He looks sort of similar t the two alrady mentioned but definatly different There is a commercial on the back of Game Trade Magazine showing the model - he's a Dwarf.
  9. Can't see any combat cards, so hopefully they have changed the system.
  10. I have the original version, in the Danish translation. No expansions. So I'm tempted to get this latest edition. But the setting is a big deterrent. If the artwork is as cartoonish as it have been in the other titles, I will pass. Otherwise I'll definately go for a copy.
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