Having purchased 6th edition Warhammer 40,000 a couple weeks after the initial release date, I'm still taking time to digest and process the changes. In terms of production value, this book has a lot of great pictures and art. The army background section is one of the more thorough sections of the book. While it has a heavy Imperial focus (as the rest of the game does), it does have good sections for the other armies as well. The hobby section is also pretty good, but the best part of the book is definitely the art and photography, which does a great job of inspiring the hobby aspects of the game. My next post will be a battle report of my first 6th edition game played so far, and I will talk about the rule changes then.
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