|Deathwatch | Published 08 August 2010||Rating||43 votes|
Although all who had attended Gen Con Indy 2010 on Friday have already had an opportunity to view this magnificent relic on display, in person, today we are glad to show you a few pictures taken directly from the booth.
These images were shot from the show floor, and the lighting is not anywhere near studio quality. However, we are so excited to share this awesome edition of Deathwatch with you, even though they were shot on-site, documentary-style.
Hope you enjoy…
– The Emperor Protects!
Deathwatch is a roleplaying game in which players take on the roles of the bio-engineered super-soldiers known as Space Marines. United with their battle-brothers, players will complete extraordinary missions involving some of the greatest heroes and deadliest opponents the Warhammer 40,000 universe has to offer.
The chain looks cheap looks like it came from a sealing lamp.
This doesn't look anything like the RT CE, though. I think cardboard is just as unlikely as metal :)
It's not metal. I have the RT collectors edition, and it's thick cardboard printed to look like metal.
"Hmmm. I wonder if the binding on this is going to be as completely terrible as the normal 40k RP books are."
Yeah? Which ones? (Mine are all fine!)
I doubt this is solid metal. I bet for some strong painted resin-type material (e.g. polystone), kinda like the seal thing on the latest 40k limited edition book.
$200 - $250 each, haha, if it is made of solid metal, you must be looking at the best part of $500. If it is to be a plastic replica of the outercase, then maybe $200
For the love of the Emperor give us a release date!
Oh Fantasy Flight, you heartbreakers!
"as for buying more than one, I think this edition should be limited to 1 per customer to avoid the immediate re-sale at high markup often seen with high demand items"
If it can only be bought through FFG, that would leave us European customers with an extra large bill, as we won't be able to save on postage. So someone is going to loose anyways...
Hmmm. I wonder if the binding on this is going to be as completely terrible as the normal 40k RP books are.
when can i get it? im hoping $200-$250
So when do they release for human consumption???? I want a book... even a plain book. or even put them up for pre-order.