White Dwarf #377
White Dwarf is Games Workshop's full-color monthly hobby magazine. Every issue is packed with exciting articles and features, including: hobby tutorials, stage-by-stage painting guides, a battle report and much more. Plus, you'll be able to see photos of all the latest Citadel miniatures and read exactly what the Studio designers, writers and artists had in mind for an army.
Inside this month's issue:
The Lords of Pain: The Haemonculi have been busy this month, churning out hideous creations from their dark oubliettes. We sent Simon Grant into these wretched pits to talk to Phil Kelly and Jes Goodwin about the darkest of the Dark Eldar.
Idols of the Desert Gods: Not satisfied with setting the legions of undeath upon the world last month, Mark Harrison and Robin Cruddace return to unleash more Tomb Kings.
Tomb King Tactica: The Tomb King himself, Robin Cruddace, rouses the armies of Nehekhara to war and offers up some words of wisdom about achieving victory with the Undead.
Knights of Titan: Inducted into the inner circle of Titan, Mat Ward risks excommunication by revealing the secrets of the Grey Knights' tactics.
Armies on Parade: Everyone takes great pride I showing off their miniatures, and we all like to look at great-looking armies. We take a look at the Armies on Parade.
Kinstrife: In the first of this month's battle reports, the Eldar and their dark kin turn on one another.
Peril at the Gap of Rohan: And in the second battle report, can the Fellowship escape Saruman's clutches as they try to break through the Gap of Rohan?
You'll also find full details of all the latest releases and news, plus a directory featuring all of the hobby activities in your local area.
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Product Reviews (0)
Sha'ir Spell List,
Transmuter Arcanist Build (or this as stupid as I think it is),
Deep 6 FaWtL,
Items for a "Hybrid" Druid?,
Sniffing it out,
Cleric vs. druid,
Battle Maps The Mummy's Mask Shifting Sands,
[Rite Publishing] In the Company of Treants,
Kineticist very fun and surprisingly good!,