|Go Beyond the Imperium
Lure of the Expanse, an adventure supplement for Rogue Trader, is now on sale
|Rogue Trader | Published 31 March 2010|
You are a Rogue Trader, an explorer with a sacred mandate to venture beyond the limits of the Imperium in the name of the Emperor. Whether you live the life of an outlaw privateer, or as a scion of an ancient noble line, as a Rogue Trader you have the power and the tools to challenge all rivals for supreme control of the riches lurking in the uncharted reaches of space.
Now, you can bring the light of the Emperor to the darkest corners of the Koronus Expanse. Lure of the Expanse, the latest adventure for Rogue Trader, is now on sale at your local retailer and on our webstore!
Lure of the Expanse features three adventures set amongst the unexplored stars beyond the Imperium. Wealth and glory await those with the courage to venture into the farthest reaches of space.
In Eye of the Needle, your Explorers will travel to the perilous port of Footfall to learn of a dark prophecy of long-lost riches. In The Heathen Trail, the Explorers find themselves on the path of uncountable riches... but they must cross the wild tracts of the Heathen Stars. Threats abound, but can the Explorers transform danger into rewards? Finally, in The World Beyond, the Explorers discover the location of the legendary treasure world. Now, can they prevail against a host of enemies?
Head to your local retailer and grab your copy today! Opportunity abounds. Will you answer the call of the Expanse?
Rogue Trader is a roleplaying game set in dark gothic far future of Games Workshop's Warhammer 40,000 universe. Players take on the roles of explorers aboard a Rogue Trader's ship, searching for profit and adventure while discovering new alien cultures and threats in the uncharted regions of space.
Amazon tends to ship FFG books to US customers 3-5 weeks after the book releases, so that is probably why the UK customers are likewise frustrated. By contrast they seem to handle Black Library novels just fine. Patronize your local game stores for DH/RT/DW books whenever possible, especially if you want to get them as soon as possible.
Try to grab one using Amaz..n but seem not avaible before June 3 in the best case ...
Don't understand why there is so much wait ...
Is it only sale and available now on the online store for US customers ?
Will try someting else ...
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Priority international courier
Estimated delivery date for this item: June 3, 2010 - June 7, 2010
Estimated ship date for this item: June 1, 2010
Can't wait for my official copy. I can hardly run this beauty from a playtest document, now can I? Oh, my pretties, how I yearn for you.
My complaint in this case may have been premature. Esdeviums new releases has been put up a day early probably because of the Bank Holiday and it seems Lure of the Expanse will be available next week to purchase.
Hope this is true although I am a bit miffed why Ascension that came out a month ago is going to arrive at the same time as a book released yesterday.
No point in waiting for Amazon to get this in the UK, just go straight to Ebay.
I just check the distibuter, Esdevium games, site to see whats coming out as they are the ones who supply everyone in the UK. They put up a new releases PDF every week on Friday and Ascension wasn't on for this week. I'm hoping it appears on tomorows but even then it will have been a month since the book came out before UK customers get a look in.
I just don't feel thats very fair, loads of other companies manage simultaneous releases of material, why can't FFG. Hell even GW doesn't make international customers wait for things.
Yeah, I know what you mean Kaihlik. I've been checking Leisure Games' website this week and still no news on Ascension. Still, fingers crossed.
Yum. My FLGS doesn't have it yet, but have promised to call when it comes in.
Its beginning to grate that I have to wait 3 weeks after books have been announced as realeased to actualy buy them and have no idea when they will show up in the UK. I don't even know if Ascension is available for me to buy yet.
Please FFG give your international customers more consideration in future especially in the Warhammer and 40k ranges where there is a large number of non US and specifically UK customers who buy your product. Its not fun being treated as second rate to American customers.
Sweet! I can't wait till this hits the UK.