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  • Quote from Jarec: “Quote from Frogert_poj: “Big picture comparison. Allot of people in this thread are seemingly upset in the direction 9th age is going in, which is fine. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. But to say that they will probably move over to TOW as 9th age has moved too far from where Warhammer used to be… Bit puzzling to me. What Warhammer edition are we comparing to? ... ” I'm comparing it to the slim book edition of the 9th Age. I found the bait and switch of slim to LAB real…

  • Big picture comparison. Allot of people in this thread are seemingly upset in the direction 9th age is going in, which is fine. Everyone is entitled to their opinion. But to say that they will probably move over to TOW as 9th age has moved too far from where Warhammer used to be… Bit puzzling to me. What Warhammer edition are we comparing to? Do you believe TOW will just be a better version of 8th? as I am under the impression that the game was losing customers long before they discontinued Warh…

  • Quote from RobertR: “GW has a bigger pull both towards new players and the old WHFB fans so they will most likely win out. ” If that is true then why did so many paying customers drop off during 7th and 8th Edt. And why was the game cancelled in the first place? Your whole premise on this game relaunch also seems to ignore AOS. In my opinion AOS is the elephant in the room here, If AOS releases dry up in favor of new releases for TOW than I imagine we will see some very angry people. It might ma…

  • Quote from RobertR: “Quote from Parmineo: “But GW is a corporation that does not care about the gamer. They see T9A doing well and AOS is dying rapidly and they want market share. ” AoS is dying? AoS is actually growing and really fast as well. It's bigger than it has ever been and there's literally nothing that points to anything else. Ninth age is tiny compared to AoS. I play AoS as a second game now partly because the ninth age scene is so small and mostly contains players that have been play…

  • I am a lurker by trade but decided that this (debate?) is worth a post on. To be blunt. I can’t believe a person would want to jump onto GW's current never-ending $$$ release treadmill. Their business model is exhausting, and not long-term sustainable. What are they going to do with TOW; release new armies at the same rate as AOS? while also supporting AOS at its current release schedule? If so that's like 2-3 NEW fantasy armies each year, plus multiple dozens of other kits for the existing armi…