They tend to discontinue anything that they can't turn around like Warhammer Fantasy or 40k. I really like the old Man'o'War game too.thaluikhain said:Pity that GW just gave up on Mordheim.
Eh, they could have still sold the models, they took them off the website when they revamped it. Got some at the last minute, but I'd have bought more.008Zulu said:They tend to discontinue anything that they can't turn around like Warhammer Fantasy or 40k. I really like the old Man'o'War game too.thaluikhain said:Pity that GW just gave up on Mordheim.
Do it tonight if you're getting together with some friends before you head out to a party or something. Beneath A Metal Sky is one of the most fantastic modules out there: Perfectly suited to the game, immediately recognizable by the players as a situation they can understand, and it works well with Dread's system. Combined with Dread's zero-prep nature, you can plonk the tower down and run through the whole thing in an hour or two if you keep the pace rolling, which makes it a great intro for anyone not used to tabletop games, and fun for everyone.Ftaghn To You Too said:I still want desperately to run a game of Dread. I've been meaning to for literal years.
Any idea where to actually get ahold of that? I missed the kickstarter and I'd rather not buy it from a scalper :/Bobular said:I've recently been playing alot of Kingdom Death: Monster. That game has us dreading every event that comes up, no one is safe.
We had one character that was awesome, basicly we worshiped her as our savior. Then one year plague swept through the setlement and killed only her. Yeah, no one is special in that game.