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John Stallard On The Past 10 Years At Warlord

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Ben sits down on the stage with John Stallard who has been with Warlord from day one, discussing the great achievements that Warlord has gained over the past decade.

Plus what's to come in the next near future too!

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shimond
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It’s really amazing how John managed to create one of the biggest wargaming companies out there in just 10 years after a glorious career in GW. Good job, happy to see Warlord Games becoming bigger and bigger.

phaidknott
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Ben ambush John for more info on the Strontium Dog game. Been really looking forwards to this (and the Judge Dread game) ever since I heard Warlord got the 2000AD licences. However things have been REALLY quiet on this front since (they have SECRETS and I wants to know more) 😀

bigdave
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what an incredible bloke, real titan of the industry.

dugthefug1644
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Had a brief word with John Stallard at my first Salute a few years ago and found him to be a very nice guy. Hope he and the company have another great 10 years and beyond.

avernos
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bright future ahead

gobbo
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Really like Bolt Action. Need to play more.

huscarle
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An MTB game 🙂
Plastic winter Germans 🙂

doomzombie
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So there`s new game`s coming, MTB`s…Judge Dredd…Winter German`s. Next year is gonna be one hell of a year for Warlord, and i can`t wait to be a part of it.

hairybrains
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The MTB game sounds interesting

longshotte
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Nice little chat there full of good info.

intelligentmistertoad
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I was lucky enough to attend this weekend, and I had a great time! The Warlord staff are a great fun group of people, and John and the other writers /developers are fascinating to talk to.

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