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Swissdictator
07-07-2009, 03:54
Link to the thread on Chaos Dwarfs Online (http://www.chaos-dwarfs.com/forum/showthread.php?tid=5707)


It's a Webzine for Warhammer... specifically Chaos Dwarfs, but it is a good read.

cornixt
08-07-2009, 01:01
Getting better all the time.

Willmark
08-07-2009, 04:38
Yeah a few mistakes which we are correcting ;)

The SkaerKrow
08-07-2009, 12:18
Very impressive work, guys!

Willmark
09-07-2009, 05:10
Many thanks we are trying to improve it every step of the way, anything else you'd like to see in it?

Grimstonefire
15-07-2009, 11:55
I recommend anyone that hasn't seen this should take a look. There's even a comic in it! Definately the best one so far, setting the bar high for all the other webzines to beat imo.

Bregalad
15-07-2009, 19:20
I agree, a fantastic fan-zine. Have read all 5 issues in the last few days. Will reread them. Motivates to grab some greenstuff and do a Chaos Dwarf army out of normal Dwarves (next to my original CD models). Apart from the many pics, i was really impressed by the "Dark Testament" fiction, a CD version of Gotrek and Felix ;)
Perhaps, you will see some pic contributions by me in the future :)

selone
15-07-2009, 23:19
Excellent stuff.

txamil
16-07-2009, 01:45
Nice artwork and layout. I wish you would do some extreme build battle reports. Everyone likes reading battle reports, they're good filler, and CD armies tend to all look pretty much the same in composition.

Grimstonefire
16-07-2009, 15:58
With the limited list we've got there really isn't a whole lot of options. There are a few fanlists out there... Even trying to put together variant themed versions of the RH list is hard without them being extremely beardy to play.

Bregalad
16-07-2009, 16:42
What's wrong with playing Chaos Dwarfs beardy ;)

Grunge
16-07-2009, 19:22
The last page artwork of the Chaos Dwarf Sorcerer is amazing.

I wish some oficial GW stuff had this quality. Someone show this to the White Dwarf staff. Maybe they'll stop making catalogs instead of an actual magazine.