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From Warhammer Fantasy Battle 2nd Edition, 1984.
Use the army lists or just say fuck ‘em and ignore the army lists? Nah, this sort of thing will never catch on in thirty years time…

From Warhammer Fantasy Battle 2nd Edition, 1984.

Use the army lists or just say fuck ‘em and ignore the army lists? Nah, this sort of thing will never catch on in thirty years time…

Warhammer Townscape, 1988.
(“Available” on the ‘tubes as PDFs. So these will never die, unlike certain modern Workshop plastic terrain kits…)

Warhammer Townscape, 1988.

(“Available” on the ‘tubes as PDFs. So these will never die, unlike certain modern Workshop plastic terrain kits…)

Following on from yesterday’s post, here’s the full cover of Green and Pleasant Land, GW’s British Cthulhu sourcebook from 1987. Lee Gibbons, 1987.
Obligatory soundtrack - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI_aWQ0iYq4

Following on from yesterday’s post, here’s the full cover of Green and Pleasant Land, GW’s British Cthulhu sourcebook from 1987. Lee Gibbons, 1987.

Obligatory soundtrack - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wI_aWQ0iYq4

kevxwalsh:

The best advert for anything ever.

kevxwalsh:

The best advert for anything ever.

oldschoolfrp:

Ghoul from Talisman 2nd edition, illus. Gary Chalk, Games Workshop, 1985.  The ghoul is a playable character who can keep a life point taken from an enemy, and can raise a defeated enemy from the dead as a follower.

oldschoolfrp:

Ghoul from Talisman 2nd edition, illus. Gary Chalk, Games Workshop, 1985.  The ghoul is a playable character who can keep a life point taken from an enemy, and can raise a defeated enemy from the dead as a follower.

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