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Can't Get Enough Warhammer 40k Haiku Fridays

Posted on Friday, September 16 @ 18:53:54 Eastern by Josh_Laddin
Are you sitting at home, crying your eyes out that you didn't get a free copy of Warhammer 40k: Space Marine last week? No, of course not; you're a manly man who slays orks with a beer in one hand and chainsaw in the other, all in a tattered, bloody shirt that's torn to show off your ripped pecs.

But even the manliest of space marines still like free stuff. And since we still have yet one more copy of Space Marine on our hands, why not take another stab at it? Last week's copy was for PC; this time we're giving away an Xbox 360 copy.


This week's Iron Haiku ingredient: Orcs! I always feel really weird writing "orc" with a "k", but we'll accept either spelling this time since THQ insists on that silly "k" for their game. It doesn't matter what universe they come from: whether it's LOTR, Warhammer, or Warcraft, show your love (or hatred) for our green-skinned friends this week in haiku form!
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