40K: Curse of the Wulfen Sequel Series

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Black Library is revealing what happens after the events of Curse of the Wulfen – in 8 parts… Here’s the details:

We’ve all read Curse of the Wulfen and want to know how it ends.  The two part Tau series was separated by only 3 weeks, but GW/Black Library is planning something a little more grand for this year.

The events that happen after Curse of the Wulfen will be written up as a series of EIGHT parts called:

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You will be able to buy each part individually, and the first part is free.  The entire series will be released from now until October, so we may have to wait a bit to see how it all turns out.

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THE STORY
The Fenris system, home of the savage and feral Space Wolves Chapter, is overrun by the forces of Chaos. On planets and moons armies of daemons manifest to enact a campaign of slaughter, and the Wolves are forced to defend themselves on all fronts. As the fighting escalates, all contact with Logan Grimnar is lost. Can the Space Wolves find their missing Chapter Master, or is he dead, as the daemons claim? And if he has fallen, what will stand between the Space Wolves and absolute destruction?

Written by Robbie MacNiven

 

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The author Robbie Macniven says:

“Ladies and gentlemen, the wait is over! Starting today, and continuing until October, expect the continuation of the saga that started in Curse of the Wulfen, written by yours truly. The sequel novel will be serialised in eight ebook chapters, starting with The Lost King today. All eight will be collected into a full, physical novel at the end of the year. And best of all, the first chapter is free to download!”

And Black Library tossed this little gem out to start you speculating:

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So this series of Quick Reads wraps up in October. We may be waiting a while for part 2 of Warzone Fenris to hit for all of us tabletop gamers.

~ Anyone want to lay odds on Russ’ return before it’s all over?

  • JJ

    So what they’re telling us is to not expect actual content for 40k till October.. Great!

    • Shiwan8

      Nice. They have a few month long period to go through the sigmarification of the game before releasing Age of Emperor. Then the last of the fanboys can stop pretending that it’s a game with a point in playing it. 😀

      • benn grimm

        Playing 40k has nothing to do with waiting for the next release. In fact 40k would be a lot better without all the machine gun releases, give us a bit of time to get used to what’s what.

        • Charon

          In fact it has as long as there are codices left out in the cold.. Some players are used to what is what in their codex since the start of 6th edition.

          • benn grimm

            What’s wrong with having time to get to know your book? ‘Left out in the cold’ suggests you think this is a bad thing; personally I’m quite pleased they haven’t updated my daemons, I like ’em plenty just how they are; busting heads and stealing souls since the start of sixth. And no gosh darn formations either.

            In a similar vein, I could have done without the 7th ed (update?) books for; Orks, DE, Nids, Blood Angels…hell lets just make it all the 7th ed codexes, even the ‘good’ ones were bad.

          • Charon

            No updates for daemons? What are you smoking?

          • benn grimm

            Only the good stuff 😉 The updates are in a campaign book, not in the codex, which is what I was referring to. I can quite happily ignore the Curse of Shaggy Dogs and still play my army.

          • Chris. K Cook

            Why do you suggest its a good thing?

            its a thing, releases happen, some you are interested in some you are not. Stop playing math-hammer with the WAAC killjoys and enjoy the game.

          • benn grimm

            I do enjoy the game, mostly. I’m suggesting its good for me; The 7th ed updates for Orks/DE weren’t to my taste and I’m pleased they haven’t ‘updated’ Daemons in the same way.

          • Chris. K Cook

            Orks were swings and roundabouts. I’m saddened by the loss of characters but like the Badruck can now lead my Freebootas.

            And DEldar were a mixed blessing there was some cool stuff but was sad to see Malys and especially Sliscus go. Not so much The baron as I didn’t think he brought much to the army other than switching units about but thats better done with formations and special detachments now.

          • An_Enemy

            The Baron was the most popular IC in the DE Codex. Did you sleep through when Beast Masters were actually usable?

          • Chris. K Cook

            I’mm confused what does a Helion Special Character that let you run a Helion Army have to do with Beast Masters?

          • benn grimm

            Both books just feel very limited to me, in so many ways. Its a headache for me to read them and try and write lists out of them, when I remember how the books used to be, so I just don’t. I miss the duke too, i built a whole army around his cool mechanic and I think special characters that influenced army construction were far better than shopping list formations, but that’s just me.

          • Chris. K Cook

            I just thought he was cool. Was gonna run a small army or allied detachment around him. Cause Pirates are cool.

            Oh well I have Corsairs now anyway.

          • benn grimm

            He was very cool. And so was deep striking a whole army and not losing automatically.

          • Beefy

            I think what every one is getting at is that the book with all the formations for deamons IS your update. With all the new stuff, there’s no way it isn’t. But you don’t need to buy it and you’re fine going at it with the codex as you have it.

          • benn grimm

            I’m aware of it, I’m just saying a) daemons didn’t need anything extra and b) that its quite different to a codex update anyway; its an optional extra; it doesn’t change anything in the book I already have. Which, following the disasters(for me) of the DE/Ork books, I’m quite happy about.

          • Chris. K Cook

            I liked the 7th ed dexes, the format was jarring at first but they have been fun and interesting.

          • benn grimm

            Fair play, they certainly look nice. For me, the 7th ed codexes for Eldar/Orks/DE in particular, have been far less fun than their previous incarnations. ‘Dar because they’re broken good, the others broken bad.

          • Chris. K Cook

            I liked most of the changes to the Ork book, Other that the disappearance of Wazdakka

            I’d like to see Waz and Nazdreg and even the Weirdboy guy come back, I didn’t care much for the last one but It would be bnice for all of the Klans to have a Special Character. Oh yeah and give us some sorta Deffskull Spec Char.

          • benn grimm

            Well I guess some one had to 😉 There was some cool stuff, i’ll give you that, but certain fundamentals are missing or just plain annoying, to such an extent it ruins the army, for me anyway. No invuln saves in combat, mob rule(-man i hate this stupid rule so much), theres plenty more, but tbh I’ve moved on and I don’t want to rant. Fingers crossed for the next one.

          • Chris. K Cook

            Have Orks had Invun saves since 2nd ed anyway?

          • benn grimm

            Yeah; cybork body, was pretty standard for a while there.

          • Chris. K Cook

            It’s still there right? Does it do something else? Damn it I need to go read the Dex.

          • benn grimm

            Used to be a 5 plus inv, now it gives a 6 plus FNP… the book is filled with little gems like that…

          • Chris. K Cook

            Been distracted by the Savlars, I better have a good read when I get back to the Freebooters and Bloodaxes.

          • Shawn

            I started with orks. I probably would still be with them, If I could use bomb squigs as their own unit. Oh, and rocketted-rock drop pods ala Space Marine game would be great too!

          • Chris. K Cook

            Yeah Bomb Squgs or just Squig herds would be awesome.

            Rokks are a bit big for 40K, that said maybe FW may give us them as a Super Heavy/Deepstriking Fortification?

          • Shawn

            That would be cool too. That would work for me. Or those underground drills where they just pop out of the ground? That would be awesome too! Who needs a trukk when I got a drilla-trukk?

          • Chris. K Cook

            Forge World are you reading this!

        • Shiwan8

          I suggest you start to play mono CSM, Sisters or Nids. It’s a bit different than playing any of the new line releases. Unless these get an update there is no reason what so ever to field them and thus the act of playing 40k is in those cases directly linked to rapid release phase.

          At the moment we know that during the next 6 months or more there is no point in fielding any of those 3 unless by some miracle they release an update for one or more of those codices. Actually, the same goes for all of the pre necron codices. Wolves are viable solely because of the wolfstar from Company of the Great Wolf. The rest have exactly nothing to go with.

          • benn grimm

            Why would I do that? I played CSM for years, now seems like a good time to take a break from them tbh. You should play daemons. Wait, I feel we’ve been here before…

            Seriously though, or as serious as I can manage; you don’t pick an army cause they’re the best; you pick them cause they look cool and you enjoy playing with them. Just because your codex is old (and as some one who also played Orks for a long time, I question the term being applied to the CSM book), doesn’t mean you can’t play it. You’ve already said loads of times you don’t like tourneys or comp play, so really i don’t see the big deal; what, you can’t find some one to play locally who doesn’t power-game? Seriously? No Ork players near you? No DE players?

            You field them cause you like em, if you don’t like em play another army, at which point you can answer the question for yourself; which is more important; rules or cool?

          • Charon

            Rules. Because if cool stuff sucks it sits on the shelf. Not cool.

          • benn grimm

            Fair enough, though I doubt you’d play an army you didn’t like the look of just because it had the best rules.

          • Charon

            “the best rules” are not needed. My meta consists basically of tau, space marines, Eldar and necrons. So the armies I enjoy (DE and CSM) sit on the shelf while my Eldar get plenty of play. I havent seen an Ork, Nid or other CSM/DE player in years.
            So yes, I do play an army that is not the army I actually want to play because it is more fun that way.
            There is a reason why you see damn awful looking dinobots in CSM armies and no ace looking warp talons.

          • Shiwan8

            Actually you do not see CSM at all…

          • benn grimm

            I still see a few CSM guys at the club and local events, the IA13 stuff is pretty decent and Belakor is pretty mean. I still see Orks, (Ork players are pretty resilient in my exp). I personally did a similar thing to you in that I shelved the armies that weren’t fun (to me) any more and played the one(daemons) I still find fun. The difference is just in what we find fun I guess. I don’t need the best rules either, in fact in the case of ‘dar I find them off putting.

            Really what you(I, we all?) want is a goldilocks codex; not too much, not too little, just right. SM, Crons, Dar are arguably too hot, BA, Nids, CSM, Orks, DE etc too cold. That leaves (for me) IG, Ad mech, Daemons, Wolves(minus the silly formations), DA, Tau etc, and all of 30k, which tbh is more than enough really.

          • Shiwan8

            IA13 is not the codex, the codex is the problem and even in IA13 there’s just 2 things that are worth it in casual games: Fireraptor and heavy conversion beamers.

            I think that SM is just fine, even Necrons is fine of the canoptec harvest is not abused. Eldar and Tau suck because of their brokenness and anything pre necrons suck because they just can not compete at any of the levels.

          • benn grimm

            I agree its not the greatest codex, I can relate to not wanting to play it. This has been the case for a while now. I disagree there are only two ‘worth it’ units in IA13, but we’ve had this debate before.

            SM are fine without formations, Necrons aren’t unbeatable they just suck fun out of the game. They kind of always have, ever since they were first created. Plenty of pre cron codexes are still competitive; daemons being a prime example.

          • Shiwan8

            Ok, let me put it this way: IA13 has plenty of awesome things that are equally too costly to be of any use. An excellent example of this is the Dreadclaw that is less useful than a regular drop pod while costing about 3 times as much.

            I do not have problem with necrons being hard to kill…or anything else being hard to kill for that matter. Problems arise when that hard to kill thing is also fast and/or very “killy”. Fragile but killy vs. hardy but weaponless creates a kind of balance on it’s own. What we have now however a ton of deathstars (fast+killy+not realistically killable) and borderline units (hard(ish) to kill, fast and good killing power) vs. things like genestealers…

            And that is the reason I do not play the game or spend money on their products at the time. There is no point. From my point of view it’s impossible to get a game going (a situation in which both parties have a fighting chance) and I do not want more useless plastic garbage on my shelves.
            I do hope that they pick up their game and make 40k playable again.

          • JJ

            Really I would settle for GW not removing specific themed armies.

            All I really want is a Crowe formation for my GK, and an official Wazdakka data sheet!

          • John Pfeiffer

            Deff dreads….

          • Charon

            Last time I checked neither Belakor nor IA13 was in the CSM codex.

            “The updates are in a campaign book, not in the codex”

          • benn grimm

            We don’t have a codex only policy at the club luckily enough. What’s your point?

          • John Pfeiffer

            IA8 is a orks freind and the update is even better all the art list you want with str 9 large blast 5

          • benn grimm

            Yeah, FW improves so many bad codexes. The Zhardsnark list is pretty cool too.

          • Shiwan8

            FW tends to improve the good ones too so the status quo stays as it is.

          • John Pfeiffer

            Ork player here i will personally opt out to play 6th edition army any day my army was a deff dread list or a cyborg ork list

          • Chris. K Cook

            Dude its the WAAC Negativity Gang you are talking to, these guys can suck the fun out of a room in record time, they smash face and prove who has the biggest gaming wang. I’ll bet they are tinboys or get their armies commission painted.

          • Shiwan8

            I don’t want to take credit for something the anyone else being truthful manages to achieve with the same efficiency.

          • SYSTem050

            Cool every single time win or lose I have fun 🙂

          • Charon

            Well… I don’t.
            I don not enjoy winning a bike race against a 5y old. I know some people are different and get aroused on beating DE with an Eldar force but no. I want an even game, thank you.

          • Shiwan8

            This, forever this.

          • Shiwan8

            Well, the situation you are suggesting I should try to find simply does not exist. It’d be awesome if it did, but it does not.

            Cool is obviously the more important of the 2. Then again, would you play something that will lose automatically every time? If you would then why, exactly?

          • benn grimm

            I don’t know. I certainly wouldn’t. I pick armies I enjoy playing, find cool from an aesthetic/fluff POV and also will give me a chance to try something new/awesome with regards to painting/modelling. I have no interest in playing the same army as everyone else and painting it just like the books show you. To me, an army that is heavily customisable is about the most important thing in choosing an army, which of course requires good rules as well as cool looking models.

          • Shiwan8

            Yet you suggest that others do that. Do you see the problem here? Some and I suspect that is most of us do not want to play just any army but a very specific one or maybe a couple. I have CSM and Nids, because of the rule of cool and modeling opportunies. I have no interest in playing anything aesthetically stagnant or just bland.

            So, I have it all as far as GW is giving opportunities to go for and it’s all in the category of “no chance to win what so ever”. The result is that the player playing those armies or something else on their level is just pushing plastic dolls around. I have no doubt that someone enjoys that, but since it’s supposed to be a game and a game does not have predetermined winner/loser, it ends up being a simulation on how the predetermined winning can happen.

            I don’t think that there are many people there who want to pay thousands just to get to play something that is essentially an adult version of what 3-5 year old children do when playing with dolls…in a 40k setting…

          • benn grimm

            Not really; I suggested you play another army, or find people to play with that don’t power game. These are both things I have done. If you can’t or won’t, then that’s fine, but lots of people do. Six months of no 40k releases will not affect this situation one way or t’other.

            Anyway, I think you’ve made your mind up, no amount of persuasion is going to convince you your nids or your csm don’t have to suck. Maybe you should just sell them/give them to a relative who will enjoy them?

          • Shiwan8

            You can argue semantics but what you suggested still means exactly that. You would not play an army that you do not enjoy but you suggest that I do. You suggest that I’d play in an environment where the armies I play do not automatically lose, but such environment does not exist. I’d also like to be able to breathe under water, fly, be invincible, tireless and accurately read minds. All of these are as much possibilities as the environment you suggested is real.

            1 hour reading time and a new viable release for one or both of those armies would literally turn the present situation upside down for me. I think that’s enough proof that 6 months of no releases does have an effect.

            Well, you can not sell me crap and insist that it’s chocolate. That is true. Nids and CSM do not have to suck, but GW has deemed it necessary that they do, so they do in a very real and practical sort of way. I do not hate anyone enough to sell them, far less to give them away as a gift.

          • Chris. K Cook

            Yeop GW is out to get Nid and CSM players. Its a conspiracy.

          • Shiwan8

            I would not give GW credit for intelligent actions when their driving force is obviously just enthusiasm mixed with total lack of professional skill set needed to make the game work.

          • JJ

            I will fully admit that locally it gets harder and harder every day to find “someone to play locally who doesn’t power-game”.
            It’s kinda sad!

          • Chris. K Cook

            Fun? Playing an army you like rather than just face to prove who has the biggest game peen there is?

          • Shiwan8

            Fun would mean that there was tendency for a proper game. There’s not even a chance for that. 😀

      • Chris. K Cook

        I see the brain slug is back.

        THE SKY IS FALLINBG!!!!

        • Shiwan8

          Your brain slug makes you abuse the capslock. I suggest that you see a doctor.

    • Mike Siegmund

      Looks like I am done buying anything for a long time I have chaos that is unplayable vs newer codexs I don’t see a point in getting forge world paying top dollar with the worthless core codex

      • Chris. K Cook

        Maybe there will be a new CSM dex between then and now?

        • Shiwan8

          Is there any evidence that even suggests that there would be?

          • Chris. K Cook

            Is there any that their won’t be?

            It’s one of the 3 or 4 due for a refresh.

          • Shiwan8

            The absence of evidence is evidence of absence.

            I counted 7 codices due to an update. CSM, Daemons, Sisters, AM, Bangels, SW and nids. The second CSM gets an update they are going to have to update KDK too if the cost or rules of CSM, cultists or any other cross over unit changes to make them at least some way consistent.

          • Chris. K Cook

            SW are a 7th Ed Army, the second after Orks.

            You have no evidence that they won’t do it so by your logic they will.

            You Assume those things will change?

            What Do Bangels need, also they are also a 7th Ed Army.

            I forgot the Sisters, and maybe the Inquisition so it’s 4 or maybe 5 books that need refreshing.

          • Shiwan8

            SW got a 6th edition codex. By your logic CSM is a 7th Ed codex.

            By my logic we do not know one way or the other. To assume that a thing exists or will happen when there is nothing that even suggests a possibility for that event to occur would be just stupid.

            I do not assume. Once upon a time, back at the start of the 6th Ed I assumed that GW knows how to do it’s job. That assumption has been proven wrong with each release pretty much without exception.

            Necrons was the first 7th edition codex. Everything older than that needs a new one. Preferrably balanced one but I can accept anything that is not sub par.

          • Chris. K Cook

            No you derpsicle they were the 2nd 7th ed Dex after Orks that why they are in the 7th ed ‘Datasheet’ format.

            You should check your facts before you sound of, this is as embarrassing as the “You can’t make a Word Bearers Army with the current Codex” derp you were spouting the other week.

          • Shiwan8

            Oh, I see, you think that the release date is somehow defining factor. Obviously it’s not. The codex style with everything pre necron is 6th ed and thus the codices are6th ed even though a new rules edition was released before some of the codices.
            I suggest that you take your own advice and act by it. It should help you to not fail so consistently.

            It’s cute that you still try to pour your bitterness on me. It does not seem to help you at all. 😀

          • Chris. K Cook

            Crazy me thinking that a Codex released after 7th edition came out is a 7th ed codex.

            Please educate me further How Orks are 7th ed (with the new 7th ed layout) but the Space Wolves who came after (with the same layout) are not.

            You are vaguely correct that there is a gap between the Late 7th dexes and the Early &th dexes but many of the later things are being redressed by the Campaign Books

            I’m bitter, that is cute. Lord Projector! http://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d4535d1c8f139e9c04fbd3d143d0446c134a3cc95ce23b9fad7831ca25b39127.jpg

          • Shiwan8

            Crazy, true.

            Necron codex was the first codex with the 7th ed layout. Ones before that did not.

            Campaign books are not codices. While this in itself is obvious, there seems to be a need for a reminder for anyone who has missed this…you know, the people who think that campaigns made the codex up to date with 7th ed.

            I agree that you think it is so.

          • Chris. K Cook

            I have the last 6th ed Codex, I Play Guard, I also play Orks who have the new Datasheet layout, that’s a 7th ed thing.

            Ah I see you are stuck in 5th ed still?

            A codex is not an ‘army’ any more it is a collection of rules for the miniatures that Citadel produces, It may be further supplemented by Imperial Armours, Campaign Books or other supplements.

            How hard is this concept?

            Why do you Powergaming folks want to play Neuter-hammer?

          • Shiwan8

            I have the last 6th ed codex too, I play CSM, nids and KDK. So what? Decurion is the first 7th edition thing. Adding a picture to a unit profile does not define the codex edition. It’s just a style of the books. We are looking for a difference in the army, not the book and supplements etc. are meaningless.

            Why don’t you waac folks want an unbalanced game?

          • Chris. K Cook

            No ‘Decurion’ is LATE 7th DataSheet was the whole of 7th ed. All the 7th ed books were written with 7th in mind and I suspect the last few 6th ones may have been a little as well.

          • Chris. K Cook

            You have to ask an actuall WAAC guy, maybe find a mirror.

            I keep telling you spud I’m a serial wooden spooner at the 1 or 2 max tournies I bother attending a year. I constantly run fluffy suboptimal lists because I’d rather play what I want to paint not what is best.

            The WAAC guys are the ones holding up the false idol of balance mate. So YOU are a WAACer!

            WAAC means something beyond “you disagree with me” you have no credibility. you kvetch about the game being awful and then confess that you don’t even play.

            You make insane claims like you can’t make a Word Bearers army in the current CSM dex when that is one of the few Legions you can represent perfectly. And expect to be taken seriously.

            Enjoy Angryhammer mate.

  • bginer

    I don’t understand what is accomplished by stretching this story out to October.

    For those that are gagging to read it, they’ll buy it anyway, and for those that don’t care… They. Don’t. Care.

    With the exception being that it’s not finished of course.

    Derp!

    • Frank O’Donnell

      So they get paid in advance ?

  • Alexander Slizewski

    I was hoping for a sequel in the form of a new campaign; new formations for the other codexes, more models, updated rules…not a series of novels.

    • Erik Setzer

      It’s peculiar that there isn’t a second part. The last three campaigns all were two-parters. This one has the campaign book end on a cliffhanger (as well as the novel) and they just leave it hanging to be resolved through digital stories?

      There’s got to be a second part in print, and almost certainly must be a second campaign book. But this seems like it’s months down the line, which, if true, is a horrible decision.

      • Chris. K Cook

        How do you know there won’t be all the others were a month or 4 after the first one…

        • Erik Setzer

          Has all the pro-GW trolling damaged your reading skills or ability to comprehend English? I noted my belief there would be a second print book. The prior campaigns haven’t spaced them out that much, usually just a matter of weeks, not over half a year. This *is* a big change from the ordinary, but as I noted, there’s got to be a second book coming. It would be absolutely stupid not to do one, and would piss off a lot of customers.

          • Alexander Slizewski

            Space Wolves have been a favorite of mine for quite sometime, and to see that they got a campaign was amazing. I was in the belief that the sequel to this epic campaign would be even better. Sadly, I’m disappointed to see that it’s been delayed. Granted, they really did do a fantastic job in updating the space wolves with new formations and models, but there was so much more they could have done. Updates to Dark Angels and grey Knights , new chaos space marine formations in light to the thousand sons…so much opportunity gone

          • Charles Covar

            It’s not delayed, they would have had to announce a release date for it first.

          • Chris. K Cook

            I see the iridescent hate for Gee Dubs has damaged your reasoning abilities?

            There was like almost 3 months between both halves of Shield of Baal, you just didn’t notice because of the boxed set slapped in the middle.

            Also Pro GW Trolling. I disagree with your torent of unreasoning hate and I’m obviously a shill right?

            You’ve clearly not read any of my opinion on the crap sandwich http://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/f09ab7eb1fd6c460534b0d25f1473e6ae74d80b235fb481a517fde0e226811d7.jpg that Age of Sigmar is.

  • Crevab

    Where do we turn our bets in to BL? I could spare some gas money to make a few grand

    • Mike Siegmund

      Unless they have the odds flipped I can use a warlord titan

  • dinodoc

    They expect us to believe the Wolves going the way of the Squats is a realistic possibility?

    • benn grimm

      I’m pretty sure they don’t care what you believe, so long as the money keeps rolling in…

  • Shiwan8

    There I went and expected additional content for the game that would somehow have the ever so slight chance of pulling me back to the game. The game with fluff par none and rules that makes Hungry Hungry Hippos look like it’s a Chess level game of skill.

    • Chris. K Cook

      If you don’t play, don’t kvetch.

      • Shiwan8

        I see, I hurt your feelings again. Well, try to survive past that.

        • Chris. K Cook

          Not at all. I’m just marvelling at the fact that you spend so much time moaning about the game you have confessed that don’t play

          • Shiwan8

            Call it what you want, it does not change what it is.
            You come here regularly only to get reminded of the futility of your effort to try to insult me. There are 2 kinds of people who do something like that. Bitter and sick. Just saying. 🙂

          • Chris. K Cook

            Sweetie I’m not insulting you, I’m much bitchier when I’m doing that. I’m just pointing and laughing.

            I can start insulting you if your like Sparky?

          • Shiwan8

            At least you admit that you are one. 😀

            If you want to continue failing, by all means, try. 🙂

          • Chris. K Cook

            http://uploads.disquscdn.com/images/d4535d1c8f139e9c04fbd3d143d0446c134a3cc95ce23b9fad7831ca25b39127.jpg

            Don’;t change bucky, it would be less fun without you buffooning about as comedy relief!

          • Shiwan8

            Keep digging your hole deeper. 😀

          • Chris. K Cook
          • Shiwan8

            Come on, at least try! 😀

          • Chris. K Cook

            You ain’t worth the effort.

          • Shiwan8

            Yeah, it would go to waste as you can not achieve your goal… /:

          • Chris. K Cook

            If you know what I mean…

  • benn grimm

    Lol, the sequel;…’in 8 parts’ got me, pretty hilarious stuff… I wonder how many people care enough to wait another seven months, then read 8 crappy ebooks, just to find out how Logan and Old-man Slayer escape from a cave and how everything else manages to go back to normal in a Simpsons-esque exercise in pointlessness.

    • Red_Five_Standing_By

      What’s the point of reading anything with that at attitude?

      • benn grimm

        What, anything at all?

  • Frank O’Donnell

    If I where a betting man I’d be going for the long shot 1,000/1

    I also wonder is this going to be a new way for them to sell black library stuff, drip feeding it to us as it means then can get the full price for the book that has only been partly written, & as long as the opening is good there’s no way for a negative review of the book to hit the sales, very smart.

    • benn grimm

      Sure and thats one way of looking at it; the other is the large possibility of people losing interest after the first couple of installments. I tried following the last soul drinkers book, which they released in a similar way, lost interest pretty quickly, but when they released it in a whole format I consumed it in a weekend. I guess the moral is; what works for Dickens, doesn’t necessarily work for crappy 21st century sci-fi pulp…

      • Frank O’Donnell

        But once they have your dollar’s they won’t care what way you read it or even if you read it at all.

        • benn grimm

          So you buy the whole thing at once? Kinda like a season pass?

    • Red_Five_Standing_By

      It is the comicbook method. You release a portion of the story once a month, then you collect the stories and sell it again.

  • EdgarRoutine

    oh well.. 40K was a awesomely fun hobby.. fun to game too. guess this means it is coming to a end.
    enjoyed the ride..

    • Chris. K Cook

      THE SKY IS FALLING!

  • BrotherCaptain

    You know, I would dearly love to be wrong here, but let’s be honest: the ‘1000/1’ chance is pretty much certain. GW is not gonna kill off their dear old furry friends no matter how much I want them to!

    • Red_Five_Standing_By

      They could turn Fenris to slay and turn the wolves into a ship based chapter.

  • An_Enemy

    So I have a CotW fluff question. I haven’t read it myself. It’s my understanding that the surface of Fenris is bombarded from orbit.

    Now, if all or most of the human Fenrisian population is now dead doesn’t that mean the SWs are due for extinction with the absence of a recruitment pool that carries the Canis Helix?

  • Secundum

    FOR RUSS!