wildger Posted September 15, 2006 Share Posted September 15, 2006 The main informations from the faction books are the new characters, sub-army lists, new spells and equipments. All these can be combined into one single book. Neither CAV or Warlord has a strong share in the market. If Reaper does not have the resources to support two systems, it is better that they concentrate on one instead. It is still better to have some disappointed CAV players than having two failed systems. Promoting Warlord alone is already difficult. It is hard to sell when the 2nd printing is out of date. Telling people who are interested in Dwarfs and Elves that they have to wait until next year at the latest to get new models and faction books is a big turn-off. The alternative is to pray that Warlord will continue until all the faction books and new models out. Then let's have a 2nd edition or 3rd printing to include all the new models, sub-army list, spells and equipments. Afterward, re-promote it as a new or revised game. Otherwise, I don't see how this game will ever pick up. Retrospectively, what reaper should have done is to introduce one faction at a time, starting with Crusaders and Necropolis due to the presence of the Deluxe Starter set, and gradually expands the system. Ogres in Warhammer are only introduced recently. Dont forget, WH40K evolved from Rogue Traders which only consisted of space marines, orks and elders in the beginning. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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