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#358 "Warhammer - Skaven, 40K - The Battle for the Fang Campaign"

#358 "Warhammer - Skaven, 40K - The Battle for the Fang Campaign"
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#358 "Warhammer - Skaven, 40K - The Battle for the Fang Campaign"
Publish Year: 2009
Dimensions: 8.5x11x.33"
Restockable: Yes
NKG part #: 2148256340
Mfg. part #: WD358
Type: Magazine

Description

Features:

The Verminous Horde - Heretic-scholar Jeremy Vetock explains his theories about the laughable notion of ratmen dwelling beneath the Old World.

In Sauron's Sinister Service - Mat Ward presents new rules for the latest models to grace Middle-earth - those that serve the Dark Lord.

Blood and Sand - The second chapter of the exciting three-part campaign by Adam Troke. Can Gondor stand against the armies of Harad and their Easterling allies?

Battle for the Fang - Driven by revenge, the Thousand Sons launch an assault on the Fang. Adam Troke chronicles what happened.

White Dwarf Sub-in-a-Box - Check out Grombrindal's new suit - not his usual attire!

Standard Bearer - Jervis asks what makes the hobby our hobby?

Battlefield Challenge - Another tactical teaser is posed by Jervis.

Painting Masters Special - We catch up with some of our previous Painting Masters and find out about their current projects.

Army Masters - This month we showcase Dom Murray's lovingly painted Space Wolves army.

Painting Workshop: Easterlings - Nick Bayton shows how to get an effective Easterling colour scheme and paint an infantry company.

’Eavy Metal Masterclass: Kor'sarro Khan - The White Scars hero is given the full 'Eavy Metal treatment along with a lesson on painting white.

Battle Report
Return to Grim-Duraz - Andy Hall and Glenn More take on the roles of rival Skaven warlords as they battle Graham Davey's Dwarfs. Who will win and who will commit the first (inevitable) act of betrayal?