White Dwarf 326 (UK)

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White Dwarf 326
White Dwarf 326 cover.jpg
Released February 2007
Parallel issue(s) 150px-Flag of Australia.png White Dwarf 326

150px-Flag of USA.png White Dwarf 325
150px-Flag of France.png White Dwarf 154
150px-Flag of Spain.png White Dwarf 142
150px-Flag of Germany.svg.png White Dwarf 134
150px-Flag of Italy.png White Dwarf 96

Preceded by White Dwarf 325
Followed by White Dwarf 327


Contents

  • New Releases, p.2
  • News, p.14
  • War in the North, p.19
  • Designer Notes: The Ruin of Arnor, p.20
  • Battle Report, p.28
  • Colours of the Empire, p.44
  • Standard Bearer, p.60
  • Warhammer 40,000 Tactics, p.64
  • Citadel Toolbox, p70
  • Modelling Workshop: Leman Russ, p.72
  • 'Eavy Metal: Empire, p.82
  • Painting Masters, p.92
  • Citadel Miniatures Hall, p.98
  • Blood Bowl Grand Tournament 2006, p.100
  • Ruin in Store, p.104
  • Frontline, p.111
  • Ordering Direct, p.120

Quotes

In the wilds of northern Middle-earth, an ancient evil stirs amidst the ruins of an overthrown kingdom ... There is a sadness in JRR Tolkien's Middle-earth, a wistful yearning for times now gone. As The Lord of the Rings opens, the great kingdoms of the Elves are dust, and those of Men seem to teeter on the brink of destruction. Amor stands in ruined testimony to the possible fate of Condor. Born of the same race of long-lived Men, this once proud realm is nothing but a shattered memory. But though it has long since passed, there are yet those who defend the few remaining Men and Hobbits of the area. The Rangers of The North, who are released this month as plastic Citadel miniatures, are indefatigable champions of good, protecting the unknowing villagers against the likes of Buhrdur the Troll and Gulavhar the demon. Also released is a fantastic range of miniatures representing the Men of Amor who fought so valiantly, if futilely, against the evil assailing their realm, allowing you to recreate the titanic struggles that scarred those bygone days, and relive such conflicts as the Battle of Fornost. Details of all these struggles and more can be found in the book The Ruin of Amor, the latest sourcebook for The Lord of the Rings. A sad tale is told therein, but it is also a tale of great bravery and heroism -the kind of tale we Dwarfs love..

~ Grombrindal

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