Saturday, July 10, 2010

News: Forgeworld Newsletter #241


Hello all, Chris here. The latest Forgeworld newsletter is out, and surprise surprise, this time it's not about a new Imperial Guard or Ork release! To support the release of the new Warhammer Fantasy, take a look at the various excellent monsters and scenery available from Forgeworld to enhance your games! I own a couple of the FW Fantasy terrain piece and they are definitely worth it!

"Hi There,

This newsletter reaches you on the very brink of the launch of the new edition of Warhammer, bigger, better and nastier than ever before. The 8th edition is the perfect setting for the range of resin Monsters available from Forge World, while updated and expanded terrain rules now make our Warhammer Scenery even more useful.
We also have some changes to our Customer Service opening hours and a reminder of our upcoming shows.

Thanks,
Ead Brown

Forge World Customer Service now available on Saturdays
We are pleased to announce that the Forge World Customer Service Team is now available on Saturdays as well as Monday to Friday, via telephone and e-mail. Tris, Simon or Ead are on hand from 9am to 5pm (UK time) to offer help and advice on anything from placing your very first Forge World order to how best to prepare a Titan for assembly and painting.
Just call 0115 916 8177 within the UK; 011 44 115 916 8177 from the US and Canada; or 00 44 115 916 8177 from much of Europe and the team will be pleased to assist you.

Warhammer Monsters Available Now
Warhammer Fire DragonThe Warhammer World is a grim place; a land of towering mountains and shadowy forests that are home to all manner of foul and dark beasts. Fire Dragons and Giants march to war alongside, the armies of many races and their sheer power can break the back of mighty regiments in minutes.
The Chaos Wastes are home to even more terrifying the Dark Gods manifest their will in the form of the hideous Greater Daemons of Khorne, Tzeentch, Nurgle and Slaanesh, while the brutal tribes of the Khazak have for generations ridden to war upon fell War Mammoths. Hideous Chaos Beasts and Great Unclean OneSpawn shamble across this nightmare land, and when the tribes of Chaos unite against the lands of men, they drive such twisted creatures before them as sacrificial targets for the enemy to waste shot and shell upon.
The savage warriors of the Ogre Kingdoms often field thunderous Rhinox Cavalry - particularly powerful Bull warriors venture deep into the mountains to bludgeon a Rhinox into submission before taking it as a mount. These Ogre Bulls band together into loose units, led by the biggest and strongest of the Ogres who takes the title Thunderlord.
The full range of Forge World's Warhammer monsters can be found here, and in light of the new edition we have compiled the rules for many of these mighty resin kits into a new Downloads section that you can find here.


Warhammer Scenery
High Elf MonolithForge World's range of finely detailed Warhammer Scenery has come into its own with the release of the new edition. Expanded Cottagerules for all types of terrain features allow your wizards to channel additional magical energy through a High Elf Monolith, while Orcs and Goblins can draw courage from Orc Totems dedicated to Gork (or possibly Mork). The Empire, bastion of courage and honour, is dotted with small settlements and towns, and expanded rules for buildings and Arcane Architecture mean that Watchtowers are even more useful in your games, while our range of Walls, Cannon and Mortar Emplacements and Earthworks represent many of the different types of obstacles detailed in the extensive Terrain section of the new rulebook.

Forge World Events News
Forge World will be attending Games Day Baltimore on August 21st. The Reservation period has now closed for this exciting event but if you have any specific requests or queries please don't hesitate to contact us.
Forge World will also be attending Games Day UK on September 26th, keep an eye on forthcoming newsletters for more information about our stands at this event as we have plenty up our sleeves!
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