I have never played a game as much as I have played total war Warhammer. Skyrims 400 hours pales in comparison to the 1500 combined hours I have in the Warhammer games and all there dlc packs.
I ask my self why?
Why does a new campaign always feel like a good idea? I think it's the sheer range provided in each campaign. Every game i gradually start to play less for fun and more for some abstract completion goal, usually between turn 80 and 140, and I can stop playing this faction. I'm glad that final slog is over.
But just as I'm about to play something else, I hear a voice.
Hmmm I haven't played that race in a while - Oh that would be an interesting start position for them - love to try that unique mechanic - I do Want to try that new battle strategy, with those cool units - definitely want to build that unique badass landmark.
And off I go again. Another long game. The sheer variation in this game is astounding. Game Devs have done such a good job and deserve props for all they have done to make the first 80 turns super fun. I don't even consider when buying the dlc packs, that I can barely afford, because I trust them so much.
Ps there should be a shrine landmark somewhere on the map that allows any race(except dwarves) to access a tile specific ability to respec a character standing on it, maybe at an expensive price or costing you a level. Maybe gain a cool trait in the process. I'm stoned.
I like all the races. Equally. Wood elves are just the first among equals.