Warhammer Armies: Chaos Dwarfs by Thommy H - Printable Version
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Warhammer Armies: Chaos Dwarfs by Thommy H - Xander - 08-31-2010 03:04 PM
Thommy H has put together a very impressive fan-list for Chaos Dwarfs.
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From his thread:
Like Zhargon the Great, I have spent what seems like years sequestered in my inner sanctum, labouring with every spare hour on my life's work. The Book of Hashut? Maybe the Second Book of Hashut would be a good subtitle for it...
As advertised in the old thread, a new edition means a new version of my book, and so going into this renewed project, I had a few objectives in mind:
With all these objectives swimming in my head, I knew that I had to go back to the drawing board. Much of the raw text could be reused, and I would of course use many of the same pieces of artwork and miniature photos for the colour section, but I essentially had to start a brand new document and treat nothing as sacred.
This is what I have created:
I hope it goes without saying that this has been a labour of love. When I get involved in a project like this it can become something of an obsession - particularly if it seems like it may be one I can actually finish! So, while I welcome criticism and people pointing out blatant mistakes and typos, I would rather we didn't get any questioning of some of the very basic assumptions that this book makes. There really is not much point in objecting to everyone getting Chaos armour, or customisable Daemonic Engines or the fact that I don't go into detail about exactly what Hashut is (because guess what: it doesn't actually matter). It should be clear from the unusually complete nature of this document that certain decisions were taken long ago, and they ain't changing now. I'm not above making alterations, but let's keep it to minor tweaks, okay? If there's some fundamental stuff you dislike, it's possible this just isn't the book for you.
There will be a downloadable PDF forthcoming, by the way.
Thanks for reading!