Well, I feel the other way round: I’d much rather have an unchanging fluff/meta than have a similar cataclysm happen to my faction. Collectibility is a big deal for me, and not getting to play with my toys is something I find deeply unamusing. I understand that shaking things up can be interesting, but when I spend that much money, I expect the shaking to be done thoughtfully and carefully. I don’t feel there was anything thoughtful or careful about Uprising. And if the joke is to take a third of my models away to be replaced with nothing for more than a year, than I don’t find it funny at all. But I will find another game to play. I think I’d also be extremely upset if a future book somehow got dedicated to telling me my favorite faction is really a bunch of horrible - and stupid - bastards. I don’t mind playing the bad guys, but there’s gonna be a strict limit on how much I want to know about them. GW-style “...and they killed 3 billion people” is fine, getting the details of each child burned alive in the process is not. People are weird that way. But I’m not sure if CB understands it is not their job to make me dislike the army I’ve already purchased, they seem to think it’s a normal think to do, because “fluff!”. I haven’t lost anything with Uprising, heck, I wasn’t even playing then. But I’ve read enough to know I don’t want to see anything like that in a game I’m investing in. I only think I’m ok because I believe CB has learned it’s lesson.