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Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay: The Creatures Vault Toy – 10 Dec 2010


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  • Toy: 1 pages
  • Publisher: Fantasy Flight Games; Box Brdgm edition (10 Dec. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1589947398
  • ISBN-13: 978-1589947399
  • Product Dimensions: 7 x 14.6 x 21 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 718,595 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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  • Warning: Not suitable for children under 36 months

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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Treehorn on 14 Dec. 2011
Useful supplement. I bought it together with the Crature Guide, since as advised by the game they work well together. This vault gives you all the creatures and their abilities in card form up to Omens of War, I believe. The card quality is, as always with the 3ed, top notch. This vault is not a must have, i guess you could do with just the Creature's Guide, but I definetly didn't regret buying it. It helps GMs run things smoothly, since you can prepare your deck of cards beforehand and have everything handy at the table once the session starts. Bye bye leafing through the guide in the middle of a fight.
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5 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Ri Extall on 27 Oct. 2011
Talk about milking the money-tree!! - Buying monster cards? What happened to putting monsters in the actual rulebook, as part of the main rules, where you would expect to find them?
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Lotta Buck for the Bang, but good overall! 1 Feb. 2011
By Robert Nicol - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this along with the Creature Guide and as advertised they work very well together, The vault essentially gives you all the Creatures and their abilities from the core set up to the latest expansion prior to it's release as well as all the new creatures in it's companion guide in card format. These are all very well done and should help GM's move things along swimmingly and it even includes many of the NPC's from the earlier adventure sets (Gathering Storm and Edge of Night) It really does pretty much include everything, including the powers of npc's in earlier adventures such as the one in the Tome of Adversaries. It does not however include the cards for Dark, Necromantic and Skaven Magic as issued in the earlier sets and these components are still exclusive to the box set it comes in. Overall this is a great addition to the Warhammer Fantasy Roleplay line if a bit of a pricey one but if you are like me and you have been buying this stuff as it has been released than you know that this is to be expected! Thankfully waiting till it was released on Amazon and getting a 30% discount on it makes the price a bit more bearable. Again a great product from Fantasy Flight but for a price..
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Extremely Useful for Warhammer 3rd GMs 29 Mar. 2011
By Rolfe B. Bergstrom - Published on Amazon.com
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This boxed set is packed full of cards that any Warhammer GM will find very useful. These cards allow you to plan out and customize encounters quickly, without having to copy down stats or look things up in your books in the middle of the game. It's useful for all GMs, but especially a life-saver if you need to take the game on the go (such as if you're GMing at a game club or someone else's house). I found this product really sped up the GMing process, and allowed me to tweak and balance stats to better match my party.

A couple printing errors keep me from giving this 5 stars. There's errata for a few cards up on the manufacturer's website, but it's annoying to have to go edit the cards with a sharpie. IIRC, there's also one vampire power that's defined in this boxed set (but is referenced on a card), and I had to go look it up on the manufacturer's forums. If those errors didn't exist, this would be 5-stars, easy.

That said, I should also add that this product doesn't include any "fluff". You'll need some basic Warhammer setting familiarity to use it. If you're completely new to the setting, this will only whet your appetite and curiosity, you'll have to look elsewhere for everything other than game-stats. As I have the 2nd Ed monster book and some Fantasy Battles army books, the lack of detail was no problem for me. Taken for what it is (just a set of tools to make combat and adventure-creation faster), this product is great.
Buy with Creature Guide 23 Sept. 2013
By M. Orona - Published on Amazon.com
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As an edition to the other reviews, or perhaps a clarification, I highly recommend that you purchase this in conjunction with the Creature Guide. I did not, and though the cards are very helpful in the long run, there is NO explanation included as to the symbols and use of the cards outside the obvious general stats along the left corner of the cards. It is implied that you are familiar with the rule sets found in other books, such as the core set, and the Creature Guide, which I was not as a new GM. Get the Creature Guide first, then use these as easy reference from that book, other adventure supplements, and the core rules monster section itself. I guess I just expected at least a basic description of each symbol on the cards, or at least a book and page reference included where I could find it easily. It would have been as simple as a short instruction guide included as one page in the product. As it turned out, the Creature Vault assumed I understood all of it, and you know what they say about assumptions... Other than that, very well designed and attractive product.
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