Warhammer: High Elves (Interactive Edition) by Games Workshop

Warhammer: High Elves (Interactive Edition)

By Games Workshop

  • Release Date: 2013-05-04
  • Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
Score: 4
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Warhammer: High Elves is the indispensible guide to the mighty realm of Ulthuan, its regal lords and glorious armies. This book details Ulthuan’s turbulent history from the first cataclysmic war against Chaos, through years of schism, decline and determined defiance, and provides you with full rules to field a High Elf army in games of Warhammer.
This book also features an interactive miniatures gallery, handy quick-links for special rules and weapons, and will always be up to date with the latest FAQ’s.

The World That Was is no more, but the battle continues… Warhammer High Elves is designed for use with Warhammer The Game of Fantasy Battles. That game system is no longer supported, but this title remains available for those who want to recreate the epic battles of the lost world. To continue the war against Chaos in the Mortal Realms, check out Warhammer Age of Sigmar.


  • Good but.....

    By hockeyjedii
    Firstly, I tend to agree that these digital books are overpriced. The extra digital content - a lot of which has just been pulled from GW's website - doesn't really add a lot. Moving on…. Pros: The actually book is pretty good. It's what you would expect from a digital book. The army list (which is where I suspect most people will spend their time) is well laid out and you can touch any item to get a tooltip type description, which is nice when writing a list and also keeps surplus information out of the way when not required. Also there is the reassurance that updates and errata’s will be added as updates. Cons: It can run a little sluggish if you are not using the latest ipad. Not enough to be a deal breaker but it does detract from the experience ever so slightly. The other thing I did not like was that the magic items and spells are only listed with the lore and background story, you have to touch each item to reveal the actual in-game rules. I found this a tad obnoxious as an attempt to stop people from taking screenshots or something. It was a little annoying as I personally like to see all the items/spells on one page and go through them and compare; now this has to be completed in steps. Verdict: It is still a solid (albeit large) product and the option to have a slimmed down version would be nice, but I would buy another army book in this format and intend to purchase the Eldar Codex in digital format.
  • Fab but too big

    By Jim9908987576848
    Another beautiful adaptation of an army book onto the digital format but the file size is just huge, there must be a way to make it more compressed.
  • Good

    By MHdeduction
    Slightly overpriced but still a useful resource.