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13-07-2009, 10:11
IS it possible to buy it from your instore order point?


13-07-2009, 10:33
You CAN download it (they did release it as a pdf free for download, as just like Necromunda and BFG, it was a 'dead game').

I did (from the GW site, actually) - and yes, I do own a proper book copy as well (and 90% of the supplementary material also released for it (from the various magazines).

13-07-2009, 10:35
Yes. But bear in mind that, whilst the print book is worth getting for the hobby section and for various bits of art and fiction that don't appear in the LRB, the LRB's rules are different to those found in the print book.


13-07-2009, 10:43
That's because the physical rulebook had many "issues" that had to be "streamlined" to be playable.

13-07-2009, 10:49
So you can actually order it from inside your store? Great!
and i just want the proper book tbh

Cheers guys


13-07-2009, 11:56
Why not just buy it from eBay? There are usually plenty of copies on there that you can pick up for less than half the price GW sell it - that way you have more money for miniatures. If you shop around you can usually find someone selling a mint condition copy on eBay.

13-07-2009, 15:43
after some bad experiences i dont feel like trusting ebay.
But i know what you mean

Thanks for the help guys


13-07-2009, 16:05
I have to express some favour for the meatspace copy. It's much easier to read printed text than on-screen text. (Learning Necromunda from the online rulebook was possible, but tedious).

I do have both the hard and virtual copies of the Inq RB around though. For one, the virtual one has the corrections, and it can be computer searched.

13-07-2009, 16:09
Thats what i was thinking it would be easier to read and to understand.
but can someone answer this, would a box of tyranid warriors (the three big ones) could they be used as hoarmagaunts in INQ?

Love to hear from you


13-07-2009, 17:21
abhorsen950 - please stop spamming threads by asking the same question over and over again. You're likely to get better answers if you don't get on people's nerves which it seems like you're in danger of doing. The question is nothing to do with the rulebook so it's not appropriate to ask it here.

13-07-2009, 18:06
Taken on board