For more than 14 years the Army Builder program has enhanced many games that require endless amounts of micromanaging to create an Armies and Army lists (a list of figurines, abilities, gear, vehicles, and powers). Army Builder by LoneWolf Development has allowed many new comers to the game of Warhammer and Warhammer 40k, especially, to enjoy the game to its fullest extent. It has allowed many people to factually check other players armies, easily, simply, with little confusion, and also greatly hinders cheaters. Army builder has been used in many Games Workshop Tournaments for years without any issue or problem, and, Army Builder has existed for years without any issue or problem from Games Workshop.
Forcing LoneWolf to end their support for Games Workshop games (Warhammer and Warhammer 40k) will deter many interested table top gamers who are new to 40k and Warhammer do to the high level of difficulty and utter confusion when first trying to build your own army for the first time. Furthermore, it could cause many current and veteran players to be alienated by Games Workshop, for their use of Army Builder over the years.
This sort of action from Games Workshop is a recent attempt to control everything about its games even at the cost of players. Its unfair, unjust, and cruel. No loyal fan and customer should be alienated by a company they have put hundreds or even thousands of dollars into buying their products, only to have that company take away the one tool they need to enjoy the game to its fullest extent.
For all the table top gamers out there, please sign your support to ending this crusade against LoneWolf Development and other companies that Games Workshop has set in their sights. We Warhammer and Warhammer 40k fans have stood strong in our support of Games Workshop despite massive price increases on all their products, including figures, rulebooks, and necessary accessories. We need products like Army Builder and companies like Lone Wolf Development. Its time we tell Games Workshop that enough is enough. While we have stood by them through all the years, we cannot stand by them hurting other companies that offer products we need.