@maccyd: Is there any Skaven novels?
They actually have their own series revolving around a character called Tanquol. The link Chaos Prime posted is the first in the series (I think). Most skaven novels seem to be connected to him in some way (think he appeared in Gotrek and Felix, perhaps that was his first appearance.)
There's probably more, but that's what I could find out.
@maccyd: Yeah but I doubt it'll be called Warhammer: Total War when its released. Games Workshop are over protective of their franchise it'll probably be called something else but yes I am looking forward to it. I think GW do need to loosen their grip on the Warhammer franchise a little. I admire them for saying FU to some American film producers who wanted to make a movie out of it but change the lore. They really aren't all the money motivated lol. However part of me also hates em for that as I really want to see both 40k and Fantasy on the big screen. Would be so awesome /drools
@jonny_anonymous: Yeah, there's still a lot of WH lore that I don't know. I found it fairly faction based, so if it's not connected to your favourite factions, you're unlikely to know about it (Could be just me). I mainly know Sigmar through his relationship with the dwarves (his warhammer was a gift from them, if I remember).
Most 40k factions derived from WH fantasy factions, so you could use the reverse of that to find out about the fantasy factions. I think Tau and Tyranids (probably spelled wrong) are the only ones to not have any fantasy counterparts.
@maccyd: Yea, I love fantasy in general it's just 40K was my introduction in to Warhammer
Same here but to be honest im finding the fantasy side to be much more creative with the majority of its characters. Unlike 40k that to be honest is near enough all things Space Marines & after a awhile u start routing for the other sides.
@chaos_prime If I remember correctly he is the leader of the wood elves aka Consort King and the Living Avatar of Kurnous aka the elven god of the hunt and the lord of beast.There is a book that should be out about him.
I hope so because from the little ive read about him he seems very interesting :)
@chaos_prime Yeah those cover art are really beautiful , I think Winter of Vault is the first part and then Tears of Ishia is the second part of the trilogy if it is a trilogy.
If it is might hold off giving em a read till later in May as im so looking forward to reading a 40k book out on the 6th of May about the White Scars Space Marine Chapter during the Horus Heresy :)
@shadowswordmaster: Thanks. Games Workshop use to have a game called Inquisitor the figures were much larger and I think you only used one rather than an army, anyways,I always wanted to grab one of those to customize and paint but if I recall they were kinda pricey.
AHHH WARHAMMER my 6500 points of skaven love fighting. I have a 2500 point army of Ogres. I also have a 2000 point army of Wood Elves.
With the new Wood Elves Book Coming out I will be getting a large Wood Elf army.
New Treeman Model http://www.games-workshop.com/en-US/Treeman-Ancient
@manchine: Saw that figure earlier tonight, wood elves never did it for me but good lord that's an awesome looking piece. 6500 point Skaven army...so many figures. Base your army around any of the clans specifically?
At 6500 points I can do just about any clan. Even with that I am still missing a few things. I haven't bought to much of the new stuff.