White Dwarf 231 (UK)

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White Dwarf 231
White Dwarf 231 cover.jpg
Reaver Jetbike
Cover Artist Richard Wright
Released March 1999
Preceded by White Dwarf 230
Followed by White Dwarf 232


White Dwarf Issue 231

Contents

  • Games Workshop News, pg. 2
  • Regiments of Renown - You can hire this infamous Hobgoblin warlord or a whole regiment to fight for your army, but beware, Hobgoblins can be really treacherous! (rules for Ghazak Khan and Oglah Khan's Wolfboyz), pg. 7
  • Mad for it!, pg. 12
  • Don't Lose your Head!, pg. 15
  • Blood for the Blood God, pg. 20
  • Golden Demon, pg . 22
  • Nottingham H.Q., pg.26
  • Fallen Angels, pg. 28
  • Screaming Death!, pg. 30
  • Putting the ploy back in deployment - Regular contributor Mike Walker gives us his theories on deployment, pg. 35
  • It's taking part that matters, pg. 40
  • Wrath of Kharn, pg. 42
  • Chaarge!, pg. 51
  • Mailbox, pg. 54
  • Vindicator, pg. 56
  • And time will tell - Timelines aren't just for natural history TV programmes, they can be a great source of ideas for Warhammer games too! Jonathan Green explains, pg. 58
  • Daemonic metal - Daemon armies are incredibly powerful and great to paint too. Take a look at Tony Down's for a great example, pg. 66
  • Realm of Chaos - New command groups to add to your Nurgle and Slaanesh Chaos armies, pg. 68
  • Chapter Approved, pg. 69
  • Games Workshop Stores, pg. 76
  • Harbringers of Doom, pg. 85
  • Thistle do nicely - The noble knights of Bretonnia in a Scottish football strip? No wonder they lose so many games... pg. 90
  • Champions of chaos- Two of the darkest Champions of Chaos are released this month to strike terror into the hearts of your enemies, pg. 94
  • Men behaving madly - The Warhammer Player's Society got together recently for a weekend of gaming. Here's what went on... pg. 96
  • Cold Steel:, pg. 98
  • Mail Order, pg. 117

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