Saturday, May 26, 2012

WAB is No More.

Tired and exhausted, the old champion of the ancients finally loses his way and falls to the blades of younger men. The crowd groans with disbelief but everybody knows the old champ has been off his game for years. His demise comes as no real surprise to the old veterans of the games.

 WAB is dead...Let the games begin.

13 comments:

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

Sad news, but a great cartoon. I guess Impetus is just outside the pic frame.:-)

Christopher

Vladdd309 said...

Nah, I reckon Impetus is the unarmoured guy in the background with two spears sticking out of him!!!

Agree though, great cartoon and some sad news. Remember WH was a lot more than WAB, lots of great books over the years.

Steve said...

Great cartoon, sad but expected all the same.
I see FOG didn't last to long either lol
Cheers steve
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BigRedBat said...

Also amused re demise of FoG! :)

Simon

Jason said...

Excellent cartoon! :-D I was searching to find DBA and I wasn't disappointed...not just defeated but actually chopped to bits!

Christopher(aka Axebreaker) said...

I meant Impetus is still another contender very fit and still fighting in the ring and not down and out.;-)

Christopher

Jason said...

Must confess that I did always like WAB. It brought the fun back into ancient gaming for me. It's only in the last couple of years that I wanted something more, and for me Hail Caesar came at just the right time - the fun of WAB but with better command and control rules. Your cartoon still made me laugh though! :-)

Ray Rousell said...

A great Salute to what was once a great game!

Richard said...

Fantastic commentary. Made me chuckle.

Monty said...

Great stuff! Everything changes.

Bishop Lord said...

Great cartoon :-)

Jason

Bluewillow said...

WAB dead......Now on with the new prince impetus!

Luis Ed(Agramar) said...

Fantastic!(The cartoon,not the end of WAB,of course...)

PS:Here,in Spain,DBA and FoG still have a large number of players,speceally the first