FAQ Imminent?

This surfaced in an update made available yesterday.

With a clarification to the transport rule in the digital version of Codex Necrons, it seems a new FAQ could be on the way. We can now see that units embarked in a Night Scythe that is destroyed now take no damage. This change appeared yesterday, but has yet to work it's way to the FAQ. Keep an eye out for updates, soon.


Video Battle Report! Dark Eldar vs Imperial Fists

Well, it's finally here. My first video battle report. Follow along as my good friend Dustin narrates our battle. I understand this leaves some quality to be desired, but please bear with us as we figure out our method for shooting/editing/showing everything. Any tips on what you'd like to see are welcome.


What a Novel Idea

Herald of Oblivion By: Jonathan Green

Herald of Oblivion is the second in a new series of game books being released by Black Library. These put you in a situation similar to a choose-your-own-adventure novel, but guided by stats, equipment, and dice play.

I'm totally in love with the concept of these game books, but not sure if the idea can justify their price. At $20, plus VAT taxes and shipping, these books are nearly twice their original cost by the time they're in your hands and are only available through Black Library.

What I'm wondering, is if I should get it on the off-chance that it'll be awesome. I'm a sucker for Imperial Fists and the idea of role playing a terminator in a Space Hulk sounds like a blast. What do you think? Is the chance for success worth the cost of entry?


The Great FAQ Challenge - Accepted?

Well, it's taken me longer to address than I initially intended, but I think The Great FAQ Challenge was a success. Upon collecting every one's questions and collating them, I came the the realization that nearly all of them were addressed in GW's most recent FAQ. The need to send them in to everyone who might listen was no longer there because they already had. How awesome is that? For the first time in.... a very long time, they've finally been proactive in addressing the community's concerns!

So where do we go from here? While we got the answers we needed, what's our role as a gaming community in getting the information we need in the future? It would seem that having those repositories of questions was a major aid to the designers in addressing what we all really wanted to know. So from here on out, I think it would be wise to hold FAQ threads on popular forums, as before, every four to six months and see what other issues are addressed because of it. What do all of you think?