Set the date, July 13th at Warhammer World is the date for Enter the Citadel. The event is a chance to meet some of the All-Stars of Games Workshop, including Phil Kelly, Jervis Johnson, and many more. There will be seminars, "meet the team", and hobby clinics, to fill your day up. It looks like one of those days, where you just cannot see it all.

For those sticking around to make it a weekend event, Battle Brothers is on the following day.

via Games Workshop
Games Workshop Ticket Information
Warhammer 40,000: Enter the Citadel
Date: Sat 13th July, 10:00 am - 5:30 pm Ticket: £25 On Sale: Wed 20th March Ages: Under 16's must have a responsible adult available in the event of an emergency

+++ Attention, all Warhammer 40,000 hobbyists! +++

Would you like to meet and talk with some of the creative minds behind the Warhammer 40,000 fantasy universe, and have time to discuss Warhammer 40,000 one to one with them? How about getting specialist advice on your painting from the experts of the 'Eavy Metal team? Our Warhammer 40,000 Enter the Citadel event is the perfect opportunity for you to do just that and more.

You'll get to meet a great selection of guests from across Games Workshop, with confirmed guests so far including:
- Jervis Johnson - Games Development
- Jes Bickham - White Dwarf Editor
- Joe Tomaszewski - 'Eavy Metal
- Phil Kelly - Games Development
- Duncan Rhodes - 'Eavy Metal
- Kev Chin - Artist
- Dan Harden - White Dwarf
- Dave Heathfield - 'Eavy Metal

They'll be running a range of exclusive activities for you to take part in:
- Seminars - we will have a wide variety of subjects for you to enjoy and gain insights into the Warhammer 40,000 universe, its background and development, including the opportunity to ask questions.
- Hobby demonstrations - pick up great tips to enhance your hobby skills from the experts.
- Meet the team -your opportunity to meet the guests, chat with them in a relaxed, informal setting and get your favourite army book, codex or piece of artwork signed.
- Hobby clinic - spend time with the experts from 'Eavy Metal getting advice on techniques to improve your painting skills.

There will be more activities and guests confirmed, so keep checking our Facebook page for updates to our guest list, and to see what other activities are added.

Why not make a weekend of it and join our 1 day Warhammer 40,000 Battle Brothers event on Sunday 14th July? Find out about Battle Brothers here.



If you're in Nottingham for Enter the Citadel then why not stay for the one-day Battle Brothers event on the Sunday? Team up with a friend, family member or random stranger (it has happened) and take part in one of Warhammer World's most popular events. Not only is it a great opportunity to get a few games in, but you might even win a prize or two if you enter the painting competitions that take place on the day. To order your Eticket for Battle Brothers, follow this link.

20 Comments:

  1. I'm so tempted to go now that God himself (Phil Kelly) will be there!

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    1. I'm sorry but Rick Priestly and Jes Goodwin are God. Not Phil. He's just a disciple.

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    2. You are slightly mistaken, Phil Kelly has more than earned his godhood in the holy trinity of Priestly, Goodwin and Kelly.

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    3. Demi-God if anything, he disappointed me with the CSM Codex, but gave me hope with Deamons....maybe he is a Chaos God with his fickle ways.

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    4. Phil Kelly? Based on what? For a group that complains about Ward, they easily forget that Space Wolves dominated 40k for longer and in a more lop-sided fashion than Grey Knights. 42 players used the Codex for counts-as at the Championships one year. That's not including the actual SW players.

      At the end of 4th, Eldar Harlequins were literally unbeatable. They could run through entire armies without losing a single model.

      He's responsible for some of the most broken and under-coated units in the game's history. Just because he writes good fluff doesn't make him anything more than just another codex writer.

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    5. Matt ward Beats your god with at least 2 dexes all the Time :D

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    6. Also he usually gimps a unit in most codex's, eg chaos possessed

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    7. Where's Matt Ward in all of this. Is it just me, or is he becoming something of a recluse? I rarely see his name anywhere. It's a shame because I'm one of the minority who actually admires his work.
      Codex Space Marines is quite simply a work of genius. It has literally set the bar for the entire game.

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  2. Ah, and I'm stuck here in Canada.

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  3. God? Phil kelly?? U must be joking.

    If one guy in the pack above that deserves that title it is Jes Goodwin.

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    1. Jes Goodwin isn't in the pack above. But yes I agree.
      We haven't really heard much about Jes Goodwin since the Dark Eldar have we? Wonder what he's been up to.

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    2. Eldar. That's what. It's his project, after all...

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    3. I am not a fan of Dark Eldar but I wasn't even before his codex so I can't judge. If he makes this Eldar codex something special than count me among his worshipers.

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    4. Jes Goodwin is also worthy of God status but isn't attending.

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  4. Why have they discontinued all customer events at all their stores and support for tournaments except in Warhammer World? I dont get it.

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    1. Becaus they can Charge for it that Way

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    2. if they had good events at their stores i would totally pay, lets say for a real tournament as an example

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  5. They need to get these people over to USA...preferably California!

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