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Reassessing Age of Sigmar

A scene. Peter excitedly tells me that I get my Christmas present early. He drops a whole bunch of big boxes on the table in front of me. It's a full Ironjawz army for Age of Sigmar. I really like the miniatures, but my face is betraying a hint of confusion and, yes, just a little disappointment.

"We don't like Age of Sigmar. We've both played it, we've both discussed it, and we've both decided. What is happening?"

As it turns out, we were both wrong, though Peter figured that fact out before I did, which is why I got a whole bunch of Age of Sigmar miniatures for Christmas. But it's important to understand the whys of that wrongness before the rightness of the game now makes sense.

Alright, so first off, I'm still sore about the death of the Old World. I have, at this point, written about that death in three, maybe four, articles, one of which was directly, explicitly about how wrong a decision it was with the others making mention of that but not …

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