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EvC
04-03-2006, 17:05
Just curious really... see title for question :D

Crube
04-03-2006, 17:07
Warmaster was released as a book only. There was no boxed game as such.

At release, however, for a limited time, you could buy a box with the book and a small army (either High Elf or Undead) for (IIRC) 50 or 75

geoffkemp
04-03-2006, 17:31
Yeah tere was a book and an army release for some time. Onoe of whihc was High eleves the other was Undead

boogle
04-03-2006, 20:08
you can however get BO5A which gives you 2 armies and the ruleset

fracas
04-03-2006, 20:21
there were several armies boxed as sets at the release of Warmaster, none of the set came with the rule book which was sold separately

boogle
04-03-2006, 22:30
The only 2 sets i remember seeing were the high elf and the undead, the others might have been online army deals, but don't remember seeing any in the shops

Crube
05-03-2006, 14:00
Yes, the undead and elf armies were the nly ones in store, and they were available with the book for a limited time.

Other armies were deals put together by MO
(in the UK at least, I dont know if any were released overseas...)

fracas
05-03-2006, 16:04
i remember army box sets for undead, elves, dwarves, and empire at least

boogle
05-03-2006, 17:06
don't remember the last 2 (even checking out the stockroom, there were only High Elf and Undead sets)

Anvilbrow
08-03-2006, 00:39
There were six boxed starter armies for the game; Empire, High Elf, Dwarfs, Undead, Chaos and Orcs and Goblins. I have unopened versions of each of them. There was also a rulebook, as well as a couple of annuals, not to mention the monthly magazine.

boogle
08-03-2006, 18:31
guess you don't like the game then?

Hashut's Li'l Helper
08-03-2006, 23:27
the starter sets were great, you got 6 blisters for the price of (drum roll please) 6 blisters, and to top it off you got 1 bonus general for free*

WOW



*of course he would be duplicated if you ever bought the command blister which you would need for larger games.

Crube
09-03-2006, 09:00
There were six boxed starter armies for the game; Empire, High Elf, Dwarfs, Undead, Chaos and Orcs and Goblins. I have unopened versions of each of them. .

Well there you go. You learn something new every day :)

gruubii
09-05-2007, 06:04
Yeah, I just opened and started putting togather my WM High Elf Starter Army box Sunday, as I have been meaning to for 2 years but got motivated when we needed them for a prop as well this weekend. So in a week full of prop making I am franticly puting togather the whole box and a blister of chariots I had. And wishing I had gotten several more boxes of assorted Warmaster.