Welcome to the new GW & Warhammer Portal!
New edition of WARHAMMER!!!
HOT NEWS: Once again the design crew of GAMES WORKSHOP has been busy working on a revision of the rules of WARHAMMER FANTASY. Although you might have considered that the 6th edition of the game already featured almost perfect rules, once again a few improvements were possible, causing more movement and more realistic action on the gameboard. But come and have a look at the beautiful new Starter Box of WARHAMMER!
In its early times, Games Workshop has been publisher of a lot of small boardgames like "Talisman", "Dungeonquest", "Chainsaw Warrior", "Fury of Dracula" or "Curse of the Mummys Tomb". Today, the evolution of Games Workshop through Warhammer has gone beyond everything known to the games market, and even the german best-seller "Settlers of Catan" is still far from reaching such a broad publicity as Warhammer. Games Workshop succeeded to open stores for their Warhammer-products in many countries around the globe, and their staff is exceeding 2000 employees. Even the House-Magazine of Games Workshop "The White Dwarf" - which offers the gamers monthly informations on their gaming-hobby - has long surpassed its 200th issue. Looking back at this remarkable process, this page is meant as a gateway to lead you to the present and past glory of Games Workshop Games. Thus, you will find a lot of information on the Warhammer-Universe and the Races which populate the World of Warhammer, and furthermore you will be able to discover unique images and extra gaming materials from many old Games Workshop games...
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