I like AoS as casual gameplay. But after playing a lots I have hard times to see that it. I love create scenarios how I and my frined want it like "Last stand" with Dwarfs/Duardin and so on. But then I remeber rumors was it shall come larger rules book. But some claim that false and it will not come a brb for AoS with more detailed than four page.
Then I can be honest say as i like AoS that I have hard to see it. I think AoS as now is good way get into the game fast and learn rules very quick to have fun. But in long way I dont think it is enough. I think some have judge very fast that AoS is doomed but AoS have not exist in a month yet (almost).
Then I read it at; http://www.belloflos...-of-sigmar.html
"I also hazard a guess that there will be a more advanced ruleset for more tactical and strategic players who have outgrown the 4-page rules. I especially think we will see supplements for magic. Without any further rules development, I am not sure about the longevity of the game. Easy-to-pick-up, difficult-to-master is the Holy Grail of the game design, and I am not quite sure these rules are there yet. To keep customers returning, games need long-term engagement, and that requires more depth to delve into. I think we will see this in the coming months."
Which his statement which I think will be and feel logic (more intersing thing to read in the link). I think 4-page rules perfectly to begin with and warscrolls for all new player and veteran. But then after couple months a advanced rule book I think is needed to keep AoS alive in long-term run. And that edition 2 and so on can happens.
But what about you who think 4-page rules and warscrolls is that. And GW will focus making models and not the game. Then I wonder why even make warscrolls and 4-page rules?
What do you think?