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New Bretonnia Old World map

A new map segment for the Old World has appeared, this one featuring Bretonnia in more detail:

Games Workshop are working very slowly towards a revival of the Old World setting they trashed in favour of Age of Sigmar. While I would love something to come out this week, I prefer they take their time on this one, so if it’s 2023 before I see any models on the shelves, that’s okay.

Other than concept art for Kislev, map segments are all we have seen so far. Works for me, and I’m looking forward to new segments updating other factions such as Dwarfs, Norsca, and Vampire Counts. Dogs of War would be nice too!

You can see the full article at Warhammer Community, which includes a nifty animation.

5 comments on “New Bretonnia Old World map

  1. Kuribo
    December 30, 2020

    I’m really excited to see what GW does with this but the updates have been a bit too slow for me to get excited yet (and believe me, I want to be excited about it!). Hopefully we find out a bit more about what this is going to be soon!

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    • davekay
      December 30, 2020

      I’m happy for them to take their time (gives me the chance to paint the models I already have!) but I’m looking forward to seeing this map filled in.

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  2. doom_of_the_people
    December 30, 2020

    Bretonnia, man I miss barding and banners! Take the time with the system, plan it out, if it isn’t too much trouble could I get Chaos Dwarfs back as well. I look forward to see what happens.

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    • davekay
      December 30, 2020

      I’d love a chaos dwarf army that’s not resin, which is the only current option.

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