“He came across the huge wasteland of the desert in the east, the vastness forbidden to his kind from time immemorial, determined to discover who took away his memory of the past years of his life and to find out who and what he once was. But that mission does not prove easy: the secret of the world in which he so mysteriously found himself got in the way between him and the truth of his past . He did not even know that fixed upon him were the eyes of potentates and that with his very appearance he perturbed the forces that tailored the fate of the world.”
There was a time when Warhammer was not crushingly expensive. Pricy maybe. Not cheap at any rate. But over the years, Games Workshop has developed a reputation for unreasonable pricing practices which make people long for the old days when you could buy an army of plastic space guys and not go bankrupt in the process. The price hikes have reached such a level nowdays, that some players developed a variation of Stockholm syndrome which makes the already inflated prices of the last few years look reasonable in comparison to the new stuff that is being put out. Here, we take a brief look at the kits that might be the worst offenders as far as pricing issues go.