When I had first heard about Warhammer: Chaos in the Old World, I was knee deep in the Warhammer Fantasy thanks to Warhammer Online. Logan and I were agents of Chaos in this venerable franchise’s first foray into MMO’s and it felt good to be evil. Imagine my glee when I heard that Fantasy Flight Games announced Chaos in the Old World, where you play one of the four gods of Chaos vying for control of some of the very lands my character was roaming in Warhammer Online. While the previews that Fantasy Flight had on their blog were able to satiate my desire a little to play this game, the month of September felt too far away to get my hands on it. Luckily, the game was being demoed and sold early at Gencon ‘09 and I was able to score a copy. Shortly afterwards Dave, Logan, and I sat down to take up the mantles of Tzeentch, Khorne, and Nurgle. Impressions after the jump.
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