It’s that time again when Games Workshop feels gamers need to repurchase an entire line up of rules and sourcebooks for Warhammer 40,000. While I’m certainly a fan of WH40k, and think the setting and minis are top notch, it really is getting to the point of ridiculousness when it comes to GW bleeding their fans’ wallets dry…
The 7th Edition of Warhammer 40k consists of three hardcover books and carries an MSRP of $85.
From Games Workshop:
This trio of lavishly-presented hardback books depict the sensational imagery, miniatures, stories and gameplay that are the bedrock of Warhammer 40,000.
Each volume of Warhammer 40,000 presents a different aspect of the hobby. The first 144 page book, A Galaxy of War, explores the art of collecting and painting your own force of miniatures.
The history of the 41st Millennium is presented in the second book, Dark Millennium. In 128 pages it describes the crumbling Imperium of man and their many enemies, within and without, which wage war against humanity and each other.
The final volume, The Rules, is a 208 page book contains all the rules for playing games of Warhammer 40,000.