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Hey everyone,

nothing but pure speculation here, but as some of you may know I have started to collect some Lizardmen recently and having gone on the gw web page today just for a look, none of the models are there anymore.

Over the last few weeks some have been going out of stock, which might mean they are the next army to get re-boxed with the new round bases, and hopefully, based on the skaven and nurgle stuff, might get some exciting new units with this re-release.

Here is hoping anyway.

Cheers.
 

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Just had a look, even the ones labelled Seraphon are missing. I guess there are two weekends to fill between now and Horus Heresy on the 14th of November.
 

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Two of the teasers in this weeks WD are Aid from Azyr and Starborne Slaughter. Not sure about the second one but the first is obviously AoS related. If they're making the next progression in the AoS its possible the Seraphon will be involved which could well involve a mass reboxing like the Sylvaneth.
 

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They were always space lizards.
Sure, they were created by the Old Ones, who were aliens. It's been a while since I read their rulebook (I had a lizardman army back in the day), the Slann may have been brought to the old world. But the rest of them were certainly spawned on the planet. Now they are all truely space lizards.
 

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Sure, they were created by the Old Ones, who were aliens. It's been a while since I read their rulebook (I had a lizardman army back in the day), the Slann may have been brought to the old world. But the rest of them were certainly spawned on the planet. Now they are all truely space lizards.
What's funny is that it seems like during the ET, a lot of the Slann we're killed off, the Purple Moon was slammed down onto Lustria by the Skaven, and the remaining Lizardmen fled in their Temple Cities that ripped themselves up from the ground and ascended into space. Perhaps this book will fill in a little more of the gaps.
 

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While I was in no way interested in the blood bound or aignarine codexs, purely because the first AoS big rule book had me sick to death of the same poor repetitive background and art work for them, I'd be interested in this book.
I've always loved th lizardmen, and think it'll be interesting to see how their background has changed.
Also these books are grea for giving clues for future releases. While there are no new kits/units for lizards on the way soon, the book may shed some light on their futire.
 
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