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Telegraph: Profits soar at Games Workshop
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http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017...tles-back/
Figures painted in 2016: 4 Blush
"What this game needs is a panda with a chaingun."
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(10-01-2017, 03:00 PM)Stuart Wrote: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017...tles-back/

Ohh they are getting out of the slump Smile hope they keep fixing things and getting back on track!
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Warmachine: Protectorate of Menoth / Khador / Cygar / Circle
Malifaux: Started Neverborn and Outcasts
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Half-year results: https://investor.games-workshop.com/2017...2016-2017/

Trading statement: https://investor.games-workshop.com/2017...-dividend/
Figures painted in 2016: 4 Blush
"What this game needs is a panda with a chaingun."
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Doesn't come as too much of a surprise, they've been putting out great boxed set games to entice people to pick things up and have been putting a ton of new content out for both AoS and 40K which is all really high quality models, multiple ways of playing and cool rules. A lot of it seems to be about encouraging the "buy and play what you want". I mean just look at the buffet menu you've got with the Castellans of the Imperium formation from Fall of Cadia. As a non-SM player, even I'm tempted to throw a few SM, sisters and other units in with my Guard.

Here's hoping the trend continues, as it'll encourage them to keep doing what they're doing with social media, cool boxed sets and amazing models.
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Models painted in 2017: 74
Models painted in 2018: 45
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