White Dwarf 318 (UK)

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White Dwarf 318
White Dwarf 318 cover.jpg
Released June 2006
Parallel issue(s) 150px-Flag of Australia.png White Dwarf 318

150px-Flag of USA.png White Dwarf 317
150px-Flag of France.png White Dwarf 146
150px-Flag of Spain.png White Dwarf 134
150px-Flag of Germany.svg.png White Dwarf 126
150px-Flag of Italy.png White Dwarf 88

Preceded by White Dwarf 317
Followed by White Dwarf 319


  • News:, The Eldar are coming! pg. 18
  • Cities of Death: Cities of Death presents a new style of Warhammer 40,000 game. Read all about it here! pg. 24
  • Battle Report: The Fortunis Incursion: Cities of Death co-authors Andy Hoare and Adam Troke battle their way through a ruined Imperial city, pg. 34
  • Standard Bearer:Jervis's take on Cities of Death, pg. 48
  • Fall of the Necromancer: A big pack of Wargs get their teeth into three Wizards, pg. 50
  • Citadel Toolbox: The Urban Basing Kit discussed, pg. 57
  • The Fall of Medusa V: Ork Kommandos spotted on Medusa V! pg. 60
  • Dokbutcha: Cities of Death Lictor diorama, pg. 63
  • Regiments of Ronown: For hire: rock hard mercenaries, pg. 64
  • Modelling Workshop: Scouts Space Marine Scouts with sniper rifles! pg. 78
  • Eavy Metal: The Banner Bearers of Middle-earth, pg. 82
  • The Art of Warhammer Tactics for Horde armies, pg. 86
  • Arming for Medusa: The UK WD team get ready for Medusa, pg. 92
  • Frontline, pg. 104
  • Ordering Direct, pg. 120


In the grim darkness of the far future, there is now even more war -Cities of Death is here! Take the struggle to the cities with the brand new Warhammer 40,000 expansion, Cities of Death. I tell you, if I had a choice between a pile of gold and playing some urban Warhammer 40,000 combat then I'd take the gaming every time. And I like gold a lot. I am, after all, a Dwarf (the clue's in the name). There are two really very good reasons to get out your models and have a rumble in this new environment. The first is that cities are where a lot of fighting takes place in war. They are where the power and wealth are concentrated, and so prove a tempting target for invading armies (we Dwarfs have a terrible time keeping those damned Grobi and Skaven out of ours); in this way Cities of Death provides you with some fantastic 41st Millennium flavour, so it's dead easy to come up with great back-stories for your battles. The other great thing is, of course, the buildings! These kits make it so easy to build a city even a beard ling could do it. They come on sprues as a series of cunningly fashioned tiles, and this means you can make whatever you like. Sometimes, I'd swear Games Workshop is staffed entirely by the very finest of Dwarf engineers..

~ Grombrindal.

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