Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the past week, Games Workshop has revealed the latest version of Warhammer 40,000 Kill Team.Continue reading “Kill Team 2021”
As some of you may know, I’m quite a GW fanboy. GW was my introduction to the worlds of table top wargaming and no other miniature game has managed to grab my interest like a Games Workshop release.
But Games Workshop are not without their flaws, and while I can understand and forgive most of them, there is one policy that really grinds my gears; the missing scenery…
This weekend sees Games Workshop return to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry for their annual Warhammer Fest.
For the first time since they’ve put on Warhammer Fest, I will not be attending, as unfortunately, I am playing in a Warhammer 40k tournament on the Saturday and as much as I would like to spend my entire weekend surrounded by this awesome hobby, there is no way I’ll get permission from the misses.
So that means I’m probably going to miss out on some big announcement or something, or an awesome freebie for everyone who attends…
Games Workshop has just announced a new version of Warhammer 40,000 Kill Team.
My initial reaction to this was my normal “Hell Yeah!”, but on reflection, I’m a little less excited the more I think about it.
Yesterday, Games Workshop announced yet another new boxed game Shadow War: Armageddon