Chaos Daemon fans can still get a hold of one of their choice of limited ediiton codices. A GW newsletter came out earlier this morning letting us know that there are still some left. Either they are making more limited editions, or there was less demand for the Chaos Daemon editions. Either way, I am sure there some who would still like to get a hold of one themselves.

via Games Workshop Newsletter
Order Now to Avoid Disappointment
We recently unleashed limited editions of Warhammer: Daemons of Chaos and Codex: Chaos Daemons. There were eight limited edition books in all - four variants of each book, in order to represent the Chaos gods.

We wanted to let you know that we're down to the last few copies and they will be gone soon, meaning this weekend is your last chance to secure a copy.

So choose which god to pledge your allegiance to before it's too late. After all, no one likes to displease the Chaos powers...

16 Comments:

  1. Imho i think they still have some stock because after 2 limited edition codexes most of us either don't have the money to throw out on one or we have become disenchanted with the fact that there is so little difference between normal and limited dex but big price difference.

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    1. SO very true. It really isn't worth it. Just a different cover? That is not enough incentive to shell out that much money. That's what they get for spending extra on separate printing and covers and no additional content. Can't fool everyone each time.

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  2. Maybe they would have sold more with nicer artwork.

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  3. Well I bought the chaos limited edition and I think there was only 1000 copies made (It could have been 2000 at most, but I really remember my copy saying xxx/1000). But for these daemon codexes there are 2000 of each god. So they went from having 1000 available for the chaos codex to 8000 for daemons. I think that's why there are still so many.

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  4. Buyer Beware.

    When I bought my DA LE it arrived loose in a box way bigger than the codex with NO packaging. It was TRASHED! The corners were all smashed, the book itself had somehow been bent along it's vertical axis.
    I couldn't believe that they would ship it that way & contacted GW. They didn't seem surprised in the least by the manner in which it was shipped & said I should ship it back if I wanted a refund. I pushed & eventually they paid for return shipping...

    BUT WOW, buyer beware.

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    1. you should have called GW for a replacement, I did when mine was damaged.

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    2. So yours was damaged as well? Why am I not surprised that my experience wasn't a fluke.

      After I got the mashed codex I was over it. $90 for that book is an incredible rip-off. When I opened the envelope with the little LE slip of paper it was wrinkled & water damaged (probably from the person stuffing the envelopes wetting his fingers). Clearly zero F***s were given.

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    3. Same here, but I was denied a replacement for either book on account of the damage being "too superficial". I will readily admit the damage wasn't too bad and it certainly didn't impair either book's functionality, but the crumpled corners are still kinda galling on items that I bought mostly for visual appeal.
      From what I was told, the damage to my books came from the fact that they had to be delivered to the stores by air mail, because GW once again screwed up distribution.

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    4. Should have put your foot down, until you have that item in your hand it is their responsibility to ensure that it is in a suitable condition.

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    5. Amazing. This is how they treat the customers that fork out the extra cash for the direct only LE books.
      Never again.

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  5. They totally over milked this one imo. 1 for each god was silly.

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  6. The colector value on GW books is almost Nil, very few retain their original worth. I love their books but their Limited editions are rubish for the price.

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  7. They made 2000 total LE chaos books. The book is the same for all 4, just a different dust jacket. Mine came with the corners damaged as well. They're sending a new one to my local GW but the guy I talked too didn't sound like he really cared all that much about it either.

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  8. For those prices, you can keep them!

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  9. Having a friend who plays Nurgle, a brother who does Slaanesh, and myself playing Khorne, I can attest to it being 2000 total, presumably 500 each god (or maybe 2000 total and slip appropriate cover on to fit the order, not caring about quantity per god?). Point is I ordered 3 (one for each of us), and despite being different gods they were in sequential orde (1274-76 I believe). Had them shipped to a local GW and they were all fine. Not saying the quality of the books matches the price, but we've all been with our respective gods for 15 years now and decided to splurge

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  10. Corny, I too received the LE DA codex damaged. Except mine was wedged into a box barely able to get it out of. The edges were smashed and creased really badly. They offered to replace it, but the guy who answered my call said the one he had left was also in a damaged conditon with the edges already smashed in. I know some people say its no big deal, but to a book collector and the price I paid it is. I opted for a refund.

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