Warhammer Fantasy

Warhammer Fantasy can mean

  • Warhammer Fantasy (setting) - the setting for Warhammer games, literature etc.
  • Warhammer Fantasy Battle, a tabletop wargame in the Warhammer setting, now officially called Warhammer, the game of Fantasy Battles
  • Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay, a role-playing game in the Warhammer setting

Other articles related to "warhammer, warhammer fantasy, fantasy":

Prince Yriel - Fantasy Counterpart
... In the sense that Warhammer 40,000 races parallel the earlier (and still extant) Warhammer Fantasy Battle game, the Eldar race mirrors the Elven people ... however, as the major details of the races' backgrounds differ greatly from their Warhammer Fantasy counterparts ... For instance while the Dark Elves have long existed as the main antagonist to the High Elves in Warhammer Fantasy, Games Workshop originally incorporated both High and Dark ...
Dan Abnett Bibliography - Works - Novels - Warhammer Fantasy
... Lord of Ruin (September 2007, ISBN 1-84416-195-1) Other Gilead's Blood (Warhammer Fantasy novel, with Nik Vincent, 2000) Hammers of Ulric (Warhammer Fantasy novel, with Nik Vincent and James Wallis, 2001) Riders ...
Bryan Ansell - Contributions
... material for Laserburn, an influence on Warhammer 40,000 Warhammer Fantasy Battle (1983) Author Forces of Fantasy for Warhammer Fantasy Battle (1983) Statue of the ...
Sylvania (Warhammer)
... Warhammer Fantasy Tabletop wargames Warhammer Fantasy Battle Warmaster Mordheim Blood Bowl Warhammer Quest Man O' War Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay Dreadfleet Warhammer Invasion Video games Shadow of the ...

Famous quotes containing the word fantasy:

    Fantasy is a product of thought, Imagination of sensibility. If the thinking, discursive mind turns to speculation, the result is Fantasy; if, however, the sensitive, intuitive mind turns to speculation, the result is Imagination. Fantasy may be visionary, but it is cold and logical. Imagination is sensuous and instinctive. Both have form, but the form of Fantasy is analogous to Exposition, that of Imagination to Narrative.
    Sir Herbert Read (1893–1968)