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Posted: Nov 14th 2008 8:19PM JohnD212 said

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Those evil marketing people...just don't tell me what the in game cosmetic items would be if I bought the packs....cause I would have some serious problems.....I HATE marketing people...hehe

Posted: Nov 14th 2008 8:33PM Jesspiper said

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I guess these are "ok" if you're a new comer to miniature gaming, but the quality and detail of the miniatures are an absolute joke in comparison to Games Worskhop's products. I suppose people will buy them, but it will be their loss for not becoming Warhammer Fantasy Battles or Warhammer 40k players instead.

Posted: Nov 15th 2008 7:48PM (Unverified) said

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I'd be REALLY surprised if Blizzard thought they could compete with the insane depth of the GW miniatures. I really wish they would just stop branching out the Warcraft IP, I was fine with the pen and paper rpg, but this thing and the tcg are starting to make it spin out of control.
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Posted: Nov 14th 2008 8:52PM (Unverified) said

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I've seen the game played before and it is not even in the same league as any of Games Workshop miniatures games. It is a "clix"-type game with large (like 3" tall) miniatures on a fixed board and, from the looks of it, designed for younger kids (8-12 years old?). Still, not every game has "Leeroy Jenkins"!

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