<tiptoes into the WFB forum>
You may have noticed that the 40k sections have a spanky new glossary feature where any time you hover over an abbreviation it pops out a little window telling you not only what it stands for, but what page, in what book to find the item in question.
For example, go to one of the 40k forums and type FNP and hover over it and a popup appears saying "Feel No Pain (p75 40k 5th)"
I've got it turned off in the Fantasy section because we don't have any fantasy items in the glossary.
Why? Because I know 40k backwards and forwards and own every codex, and I'm the one in charge of the database. However, I know fuck all about WFB and own exactly zero books.
So here's the deal: I WANT us to have a fantasy glossary.
I want our fantasy glossary to kick just as much ass as the 40k one, with all the cool page numbers and shit.
I even want to do hours of free, mind-numbing data entry work to get it in there.
I don't want to buy every current WFB book and trawl through them myself looking for anything that might look like a common abbreviation.
So if you guys want a glossary feature of your own, and you want it to kick as much ass as the 40k one, you guys need to do some footwork for me.
What I need is a list of WFB abbreviations (But not nicknames and jargon, not yet anyway), and, if humanly possible, I would like a page number and book to go along with it.
That Fucking Annoying Rule (pXX WFB 7th)
That Army (Codex: That Army)
Dark Elf Thingie (pXX Codex Dark Elfs)
or whatever you guys have instead of codices. And, you know, real things and not the made up crap I just posted.
So, there's your challenge:
Build me an index and I swear to enter each and every one, by hand, into your very own WFB Glossary Database.