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orc team booster?

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  • Blood Axez
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Any news on when this will drop and what's going to be inside?


The obvious 2x black orcs and 2x blitzers would be nice, even if they are just two of the same sculpt (so to keep the twin appearence!)


the orcland raiders team look cool...might even try to find half a pack so I can have some variation in the team...

modelling: my completely completed stuff

gaming: 1850 mech blood axes list updated

fluff: what being blood axes is all about
looting other races: tautechmarines (other site thread)



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  • Grotz
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Is this out? I think I remember seeing somewhere that it should be out by the end of the year, but maybe I'm thinking about something else. Orcland raiders team looks sweet indeed.



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  • Grot Rebelz
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I know the Skaven Booster is out. The drip feed of releases for Specialist Games is pathetically slow.

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I spoke with someone from Rhode Island that hangs out a GW store and he apparently the GW employee was told to not push BB.  Instead he is to push Shadespire, Necromunda, and 8th edition.  I would think that having a couple of quality BB teams painted up with a few demo tables would be a wise move for GW, but instead they are telling their employees to keep it quiet.


Makes no sense to me.  The specialist games should be painted up and demo like crazy as this is the best way to get people into the games.  Easy to build, easy to learn.  These games are the kind that if a dad gives them to his kid on Christmas morning they can actually play by that afternoon.  Any other GW game can take months to put together and learn to play.


Anyways, point is I think you need to make your own Ork team, or buy up peoples extras if you want a good Ork team.