|Preorder Your Deathwatch Collector's Edition Today!
Feast your eyes on a relic from the grim darkness of the far future…
|Deathwatch Collectors Edition | Published 25 August 2010|
Greetings Deathwatch fans!
The time is fast approaching when the Deathwatch Core Rulebook will arrive in stores and you can finally get your hands on one of the most exciting new releases in the Warhammer 40,000 roleplay line! If you visited the Fantasy Flight Games booth at Gen Con Indy 2010, perhaps you were lucky enough to purchase a copy before we sold out.
You may have also caught a glimpse of the following mysterious arcane object safely protected in our glass display case.
Today, we are ready to reveal it to the world in all its glory and introduce the Deathwatch Collector’s Edition! Many have been desperate for details, and now we're proud to answer all your questions.
But enough words…head over now to the Deathwatch Collector’s Edition minisite to get acquainted with one of our most remarkable releases to date, and then visit our webstore to place your preorder today. Once this signed and numbered edition sells out, it is gone forever!
We have begun accepting orders for the Deathwatch Collector's Edition, and your credit card will be charged in full at the time of purchase. Please understand that we expect to begin shipping this product 8 - 10 weeks after the release of the regular edition Deathwatch Core Rulebook, which should start shipping in the next few weeks.
A total of 500 non-personalized copies of the Deathwatch Collector's Edition are being made available exclusively to hobby game distributors. If you are a retailer, please contact your distributor for more information. If you are a distributor with questions regarding this promotion, please contact the Fantasy Flight Games sales department.
Note: Due to the nature and costs of manufacturing this product, we're unable to offer this Fantasy Flight Collector product through distribution or retail as normal. FFG is committed to supporting retailers that wish to carry this product as a service to their customers, despite the financial challenge involved. Such retailers should contact our sales department for more information.
IMPORTANT: To ensure that the Apocryphon Oath in your Collector’s Edition set is personalized to your satisfaction, follow these instructions when ordering:
Deathwatch: Collector's Edition is a roleplaying game in which players take on the roles of the bio-engineered super-soldiers known as Space Marines. United with their battle-brothers, players will complete extraordinary missions involving some of the greatest heroes and deadliest opponents the Warhammer 40,000 universe has to offer.
I'll bet some one has 2000 copies in his shpping cart!
Ah FFG, theres always something goes wrong for you... poor guys (if there is indeed a problem)
Ive been watching it all day. At no time was there ever an option to purchase it. It went right to out of stock.
I guess I missed the boat on this one. "Out of stock" already, a smashing success!
Wow! I bought and love the RT one. Not sure if this will be in the budget, and it looks way too nice to use but still- Wow!
i just wish they would publish these collector editions after they find the 1st edition printing errors and fix them
I own a copy a personalised Rogue Trader Collector's edition but i think i will have to draw a line on this one. Hefty price tag and god knows what the shipping to the UK will be. Shame.
Anyone have any ideas what 'fashioned from metal' actually specifically means?
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Hmmm no interest. Especially at that price. But please, for the Love of the Emperor get the normal version to the public ASAP with Into the Storm and the GMs Kit. I need Vespids!
I'm disappointed by the lack of Gilt edging on the books pages- will look out of place next to the DH and RT Collector editions
Wow, $200 US. Damnit, I will buy it anyway.
With due respect, but the outside of the book definitely outweights the inside. I doubt it's worth the money, however, I'd have an rpgdrivethru.com copy, though.