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Warhammer Board game with MMO special

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Fantasy Flight Games will release a board game based on Games Workshop’s Warhammer Fantasy universe this fall. Warhammer: Chaos in the Old World ($59.95) has been designed by Eric M. Lang, who designed the Call of Cthulhu and A Game of Thrones card games.

The game will feature a tie-in to the Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning MMO in the form of two cards in the first print run only. The Signet of the Cursed Company allows its owner to become a skeletal warrior in the MMO. The Call to War will teleport the player to his capital city.

I remember seeing a couple people here who play warhammer that might be interested in this, so there you go. :P


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the MMO relatively flopped (well at least in europe)

they should stick to what they know


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