The Lord Inquisitor has been in development for a loooooooooong time. Mainly because Games Workshop agreed to let the fan based project live but only with Aaron Demski-Bowden writing the script. So having thrown out the old script so it went back to a blank piece of paper.
So here’s the new trailer with no odd artefact and shaky voice over.
As we’re approaching that time of year once more the rumour mill has made an abrupt gear change. All the indications were that the next limited edition boxed game would be Blood Bowl.
I, personally, wasn’t that excited because I’m not a fan of the game. I was when I was 12 but then I learned the importance of balanced rules and good models so quickly fell out of love.
But it seems that the limited edition release will, in fact, be…Warhammer 40,000: Inquisition. Although it’s welcome news that it’ll be something a little more original, it’s a bitter pill for many to swallow considering the Specialist Games range has only just been sacked off.
From what I’ve found on various rumour sites the indications are as follows…
Inquisition is designed for 2-4 players and each side will use custom cards and dice.
Army sizes consist of about 5-10 models per side.
A whole new set of models drawn from Blanche artwork will accompany. No indication of scale yet.
The game should be flexible as you can make and design your own Inquisitorial retinue.
As for rules complexity that is anyone’s guess, but the general marketing goal for Inquisition is a gateway game into the greater Warhammer 40k universe.
Beyond that GW, seems to be taking cues from Kickstarter projects like Sedition Wars and home-brewed rules like Inq28 for Inquisitor. This also might not end up as a limited edition run, but that all depends on sales, and if any support is continued will be done through digital expansions and updates.
As it is that is all I have for now, but if my sources hold true expect more information as it comes!