What ever happened to the 'Warhammer Historical are going down the pan and aren't going to release anything new!' panic of a few months ago?
That wasn't exactly the concern most of us had if I recall.
WHH botches the publication of WAB 2.
WHH killed off about 10 supplements that were already written, Rise of Rome, The Successors, The Golden Horde, The Crusades, Caesar, etc.
WHH called for 3 Armies of Antiquities books originally from Martin Gibbon. He wrote them. Then they said condense this into the "best lists" as we are only releasing one book.
Popular books that people want to buy and are sold out will never, ever be reprinted. Legends of the Old West and The Great War come to mind.
A Great War supplement about WW1 in the East, Africa and Asia would sell as well as Over The Top did. Will WHH consider it? Never.
Instead of asking what WHH owners would like, we get silence from WHH/Forgeworld
Publication that come out are not in support of existing clientele, but are vanity publications from friends and insiders. Who then are made redundant!
Perhaps you should word your question, "What ever happened to the 'Warhammer Historical are going down the pan and aren't going to release anything of interest to those who supported WHH for the last decade" panic of a few months ago?