White Dwarf 317 (UK)

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White Dwarf 317
White Dwarf 317 cover.jpg
Released May 2006
Parallel issue(s) 150px-Flag of Australia.png White Dwarf 317

150px-Flag of USA.png White Dwarf 316
150px-Flag of France.png White Dwarf 145
150px-Flag of Spain.png White Dwarf 133
150px-Flag of Germany.svg.png White Dwarf 125
150px-Flag of Italy.png White Dwarf 87

Preceded by White Dwarf 316
Followed by White Dwarf 318


  • News, p.16
  • Fall of the Necromancer, p.21
  • Death in Mirkwood, p.22
  • Battle Report: Fall of the Necromancer, p.31
  • Standard Bearer, p.42
  • Index Imperialis: The Firstborn of Vostroya, p.44
  • Skaven!, p.56
  • Citadel Toolbox, p.60
  • Painting Workshop: Giants, p.62
  • 'Eavy Metal: Heroes of the Tau Empire, p.68
  • Modelling Workshop: Converting Tau Battlesuits, p.70
  • Battle Report: Battle of the Beasts, p.76
  • Golden Demon 2006, p.2006
  • Dark Millennium, p.98
  • Frontline, p.104
  • Fuel for Your Furnace, p.120
  • Ordering Direct, p.122


Before the War of The Ring, a great evil stirred in the depths of Mirkwood ... The Fall of the Necromancer supplement allows you to follow the struggle of the heroic White Council as they strive to oust the wicked Necromancer from the once-pure glades of Mirkwood, only to discover that he is none other than Sauron himself! Set before the events in the books and films, Fall of the Necromancer details a time when Sauron had not yet regained his full strength after being defeated by the Last Alliance of Men and Elves. Taking up residence in Doi Guldur, he transformed the southern part of the forest into a place of horror, casting a pall over the rest, giving Mirkwood its name. Though weakened, the Necromancer version of Sauron is rock hard in a fight, and has plenty of evil new minions to do his bidding, including the fantastic Castellans of Doi Guldur -brilliant models that ooze menace -and loads of new beasts. But fear not, do-gooders, there's a whole host of new Elves out too (hmmm, don't trust 'em myself) to do battle with the Necromancer's servants. .

~ Grombrindal.[1]

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