|Grumlock (Ork Warboss) and Gazbag (Gretchin Shaman) metal miniature|
Released in 2008, this game is an old favourite of mine that provided hours of fun. Back then, I hadn't yet started on my journey of miniature painting so I didn't truly grasp how cool the goodies that came with the Collectors Edition set was, especially the highly detailed Grumlok (ork warboss) and Gazbag (grethcin shaman) metal miniature. Six years ago, I didn't know what to do with the miniature. But now, looking at all those details waiting to be painted only has me rubbing my hands in glee.
|Warhammer Online 60-day game card|
|There were a lot of goodies in the Collectors Edition|
|A second unboxing after nearly six years on my shelf untouched|
Besides the miniature, there were two hardcover books namely The Art of Warhammer Online and Prelude to War, the former is an art book while the latter is a graphic novel, both with great drawings. Shown below are some photos I took of selected pages from both books.
|Art book: A dwarf and his weapons|
|Art book: Grumlok and Gazbag|
|Art book: Uppity high elves|
|Graphic novel: Dark elves or Druchii|
|Graphic novel: Sworn enemies of the Druchii ... High elves|
|Graphic novel: A Greater Daemon of Nurgle and all things Chaos|
|Graphic Novel: A fire mage of the Empire|
|Graphic Novel: An ork warboss doing what it does best ... kill|
This short walk down memory lane certainly has me reminiscing about all the good times I enjoyed playing the Warhammer Online game. As nice as this little diversion was, I guess it's just another way for me to put off cleaning my work room. Time for me to stop procrastinating and face the mess.