No I did not order Leviathan


So today was pre-order today for the new edition of Warhammer. The boxed set Leviathan was on sale.

If you’re looking to plunge headfirst into the new edition of Warhammer 40,000, look no further than this glorious boxed set. Warhammer 40,000: Leviathan comes complete with two powerful armies of spectacular new miniatures, pitting a force of mighty Space Marines against an unending xenos swarm of Tyranids against the backdrop of the Fourth Tyrannic War. The set also includes an exclusive rulebook, which delves into the game’s grimdark, futuristic setting and provides a full set of rules for playing thrilling games with your Citadel miniatures.

I did notice that my FLGS stock with 20% off, sold out within five minutes, and initially there was a one hour queue for the main Games Workshop site.

Now over twelve hours later, Leviathan is still available to order on the main Workshop site. Games Workshop have obviously learnt their lessons from previous releases. So if you want a copy you can still get one.

Despite the FOMO (fear of missing out) I decided that I would not order a copy. I think it would just be a large pile of plastic that would never get painted. I know I have been painting some Space Marine vehicles recently, and I did  quite like the Tyranid miniatures, I knew I would probably never get around to painting them. I might get the rules later on, but I didn’t respond to the hype and I don’t feel bad at not pre-ordering a box.

So did you pre-order Leviathan?