View Full Version : Missing campaign: Talons of Death (Citadel Journal #36)
I'm trying to build the Ultimate Space Hulk Campaign collection, with all the officially published material on it.
I already have most of the campaigns, some done by others, some by myself. Some have not been ported to Alien Assault yet, but I have the information required to build them on my own. I'll release the full pack when it's ready, individual missions and campaigns will show up in the meantime (watch the forum!)
However, I can't find "Talons of Death" anywhere on the net ... It's a 4 mission campaign.
If anyone has the #36 issue of Citadel Journal, or the campaign itself, please send it to me :baby:
I recall that you emailed me a couple weeks ago in regards to the missing missions in citadel journal #36 and I directed you to a few sites that might have it available for sale.
Save your money. I just found a copy at my LFGS yesterday and it was a let down.
While this may be of some very minimal use for boardgamers who use the second edition rules, it is of absolutely no use for the other reason you mentioned. There is no maps included and the info given is quite sparse. They dedicated quite a few pages to telling the reader not a whole lot of anything.
Seriously, for the completist it may be compulsory, but for the casual player or the person who wishes to transcribe the maps for other purposes, its a complete waste of space.
What do you mean "No maps included"? How are the players supposed to set up the mission maps then?
This may help: http://www.megaupload.com/?d=8GNH1Z1W
The maps are "mutually agreed upon" and contain certain predefined features.
Does anyone know where I can get scans of Citadel Journal back issues from? I'm missing issues 1,3,5, 7 & 28. I'm trying to collect the GW published rules an missions for the various Space Hulk games. I'm aiming to print a copy for myself and dump the pdf on the web if anyone is interested.
I kind of believe that pointing you to forums, torrent trackers (or whatever) hosting that kind of stuff isn't the best way to stay on GW's "good" side.
There actually used to be a website dealing in that kind of thing, "Space Hulk Collection" or something. Knowing how popular it was, I wouldn't be surprised if there was a copy of it still stuck in the Internet Archive or somewhere else where only search engine robots visit anymore.
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