Originally Posted by Vaz
I hate playing with tonka toys and pay to win mechanics, where choosing x-new unit wins you games. I could understand making cool rules to make cool new models sell, but that units such as Heldrakes, Nagash, Stormpotatoes, Wraithknights, Superheavies, Riptides, etc are necessary to win (or at least effectively counter those that opponents have, and essentially codex creep is really annoying.
Continually escalating prices which do not match inflation, and utter ridiculous business positions and choices do not equate to a particularly well enjoyed game. I am yet to pay for a book since 7th edition BRB and it will continue to go that way. I am sick of being penalised by an inability to learn from their own mistakes, and having charges for their legal bills and lost profits from pirating applied to my own purchases.
when i started on this thread, this comment perhaps had been most influential.
with my original post, i suppose i was trying to counter with a(n) (im)possibility,
that there is some benign plan being set in motion by the wizards of industry that lead GW...
still, i hope that this hope is confirmed and the cynicism proven senseless...