White Dwarf 335 (UK)

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White Dwarf 335
White Dwarf 335 cover.jpg
Illustrator(s) John Blanche, Alex Boyd, Paul Dainton, David Gallagher, Nuala Kinrade and Pete Borlace.
Released November 2007
Preceded by White Dwarf 334
Followed by White Dwarf 336


  • New Releases pg. 2
  • News, pg. 22
  • Design Notes: We talk to Adam Troke and find out what delights can be found within the latest Warhammer army book, pg. 28
  • Battle Report: Invasion of Yvresse: An Orc horde sweeps across the realm of Yvresse, and Ulthuan's finest ride to stop them! pg. 46
  • Standard Bearer: Jervis looks at the High Elves, and discusses the finer points of games design, pg. 66
  • Citadel Toolbox, pg. 69
  • Cities shall Fall (Part One)
  • The Lord of the Rings Tactica: Monsters, pg. 80
  • Modelling Workshop: Baneblade (Part One), pg. 86
  • Eavy Metal Masterclass: High Elf Prince: The new High Elf Prince gets the expert treatment, pg. 94
  • Frontline, pg. 101
  • Ordering Direct, pg. 114


Though it pains me to admit it, the High Elves are resplendent upon the field of battle. Their ranks upon ranks of infantry, strictly regimented and clad in shining white are a sight to behold. Their glittering silver armour is almost the equal of Dwarven gromril. Almost. Unfortunately for us Dwarfs, our ancient foes march to war once more, organised and bolstered by the new rules and miniatures released this month. In these pages you will find the review and rationale behind the new High Elf army book, presented by none other than Adam Troke, the author of the tome and renowned Elffriend. I've already recorded his name in my book of grudges. We also take a look at the new High Elf Citadel miniatures, such as the chariot, special characters and mighty Dragon Lord. Bless my beard, but that beast is impressive -although what's wrong with good, Dwarf-built gyrocopters is beyond me! Players of Warhammer 40,000 will find part one of a new campaign (pg 74), plus a modelling masterclass for the Baneblade (pg 86). Finally, The Lord of the Rings game gets scarier, as Mat Ward presents his Tactica on the Monsters of Middle-earth. .

~ Grombrindal.[1]

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