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dax
07-06-2006, 18:16
http://www.specialist-games.com/warmaster/rulebook.asp

The new armylists for Warmaster are now available follow the link above. These are the new official lists and supercede all previous lists.

fracas
08-06-2006, 00:27
can you get/buy a bound copy?

General Samuel of the 101
08-06-2006, 00:37
yes you can
it cost 25 pounds on the UK Online Store

dax
08-06-2006, 01:25
You can't buy a bound copy of it the one on the online store is the full rulebook with the old original 6 army lists.

Specialist games aren't producing any hard copies of their rules any more you'll have to print it out and bring it to a stationery/printing store to get it ring bound.

I've had a better look through the new lists and I like what I've seen so far. the following really stand out:

- Dark Elf generals get command 10 now but if they or subordinate blunder a command the general must lose a point of command or execute the subordinate - nice and dark elfish

- Slann no longer issue any orders they instead alter skink heroes (within 20cm) commands and skinks can't blunder whilst under the slanns guidance they can also channel spells through skink shamans anywhere on the table that'll make for some very interesting tactics. Also Lizardmen reptilian units (all saurus type units and Kroxigor) can only receive orders from characters within 20cm to represent their cold blooded slow reactions.

fracas
08-06-2006, 02:39
someone with initiative should bound them and sell them (volume discount for the binding)
obviously Specialist games are too busy to do even this minimum

Jedi152
08-06-2006, 08:31
I mentioned this in a thread when the specialist game books first came available to download.

Would it be cheaper to take the .pdf to a printers and get them to print and bind it? Probably.


someone with initiative should bound them and sell them (volume discount for the binding)
I'm sure GW would find a way to sue - binding one copy for your own use is fair and good, but doing it for distribution? I dunno...

fracas
08-06-2006, 11:59
the binders charges you a fee

dax
08-06-2006, 17:52
Printed mine in work today so that cost nothing and got it bound this evening at a cost of 4.

Keller
12-06-2006, 03:24
Printed mine in work today so that cost nothing and got it bound this evening at a cost of 4.

I did the same for my Necromunda rulebook, as well as for some other rules of other games I gathered from around the net. I just put them in special binders for office presentations I got at the local store. Cost me a few bucks for a bunch of them, and I put tab-pages in for the useful sections.

orangesm
12-06-2006, 04:09
But couldnt you charge say cost to print & bid each copy plus a small work fee - you are not claiming it as your own product merely a collection of their products that you worked to collect, print, and bid. And your total comes to the cost of the material and work needed to collect & bid the free copy of a document found online. I dunno if this would be legal or not - maybe they would stand up and take notice that people are playing those games if someone did just that!
What about selling a selling something like a bidded copy of a fan created list? Like say Squats for Epic, Tau CPF fleet for Gothic, etc?

Sorry guess kind of hijacks the thread, but they are related to SG published and the publishing of actual books of it.

fracas
12-06-2006, 11:57
Andy from fanatic disagree with this decision but states not even a petition or a minimum order will change it.

stupid GW!

Persephone
12-06-2006, 14:56
Thanks for the link. I would love an actual book, too, but I am happy they have updated the Armies book with some new list and revisions.