This episode we celebrate the 30th anniversary of Warhammer 40k, notably with something of a retrospective on the product line, and also a review of the original Warhammer 40k: Rogue Trader book. We also welcome Ross Watson back to the show for our first live chat about Wrath and Glory.
In light of the new announcement from Ulisses Games, we spend a whole episode talking about and speculating on the upcoming Warhammer 40000 Wrath and Glory RPG.
We continue our series of discussions of adapting your RPGs to the 8th Edition setting with our latest Black Crusade show. We also talk about the Alpha Legion Chaos Space Marine specialty, review the new 8th Edition boxed sets, and consider the passage of time in the average campaign.
In light of the release of 8th Edition 40K we change up this Deathwatch episode somewhat, talking about running games in the updated setting. We also review Shadow War Armageddon, talk about the Storm Wardens, and argue about whether games can be run without systems.
This might be a Rogue Trader episode, but with all the developments around 8th Edition of 40k, we have to cover that. We also talk about the Vagabond-Class Merchant Trader, review Dawn of War 3, and consider the important points of time-keeping and downtime in your campaign.
Rumours abound about the future of Warhammer role playing and we are here to cover it all. We also do the first part of four of our review series on the Haarlock Trilogy, discuss the Crusader role, and talk about when rail-roading can work.