Store Updates & Partnerships!Hello Crusaders!
On: Oct 27, 2014
On: Oct 27, 2014
It has been a while since I last wrote to you, I think we were about to launch the web site back in June when you guys received my last official newsletter. Since then many things have evolved at Behaviour.
As you know we are working toward an early access for you guys for Q1 (Jan-March) 2015. When you look at the comparison videos shown in the last twitch, you can see the evolution in several weeks – imagine what this will be in a few months! All teams are working very hard to push the quality now. We are finally implementing our lighting and textures technology to reach a first art benchmark.
We’ve also got quite a few interesting projects being launched on the marketing side of things. We are proud to announce our official partnership with Alienware. You can benefit from a special deal if you use the link on their web site:...
All Races are covered with this weapon release. You can buy your character(s) these weapons through the Rogue Trader Store. I think they were 10k each. Looks like a pretty standard meta class weapon although I was really hoping that all the models (except Eldar) had a chance to go BOOM, it appears that only the Ork version mentioned anything about exploding. Oh well.
These items have been up for awhile, sadly I am just now getting to put them up. These are 2 new weapons that will be offered to the eldar players to buy for their characters. Unfortunately the cost is $35.00 which I have a very hard time budgeting for after already throwing over $100 at them, but at some time I probably will just because of the spear.
There was some very interesting things I noticed while reading the descriptions of these weapons. A bug one, for me at least, was that the "these catapults were often found in the hands of Fire Prism pilots and crew" which gives a little more credence to the thoughts of the players seeing fire prisms in game.
Now the Wyrmfang Spear was not what I was hoping for. I thought it was going to be our first singing spear, but alas I was mistaken. This weapon has an interesting twist it seems. I have a thing, like so many other Eldar players about my Jet Bike Squads, I love using them and I cant...
The standard one-inch game pieces, the six-inch plastic action figures that populate the shelves of comic book stores, or even life-size costumes of characters from video and board-oriented role playing games (RPGs) and comic books: those are small fry to one Warhammer 40k fan. Orlando, Florida-based graphic designer, Gary Sterley, wowed fellow Warhammer fans last year with his Warhammer 40k Space Marine costume built for wearing for both Halloween and cosplay conventions (cons). He used PVC and foam for most of the costume (and built stilts in to the shoes), but knew he needed something very special for the most distinctive part of the costume: the character’s “Power Fist.” Gary augmented the costume by creating a 3D printed Power Fist. His step-by-step process is available on his...
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