Warhammer Age of Sigmar Warcry Catacombs

Warhammer Age of Sigmar Warcry Catacombs

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Expected Release: October 31st, 2020

  • A brand-new starter set for Warcry that allows players to take their battles underground
  • Contains a huge amount of new content, including:  

– 9 Khainite Shadowstalker Miniatures,  
– 8 Scions of the Flame miniatures,  
– 37 Terrain pieces, including 23 new Dungeon focused pieces

  • 5 different campaigns for the warbands in the box, along with 4 Fated Quest which can be played by any Warband in Warcry
  • Also includes:

–  2 Rulebooks, 1 double-sided gaming board, 79 tokens, 18 dice, 18 fighter cards, and 2 ability cards

 

The Bloodwind Spoil is a brutal and bloody place where war rages almost non-stop. Now, it’s time to delve beneath those ravaged lands and take your narrative warband battles to a new level that will explore the fascinating setting of the Eightpoints in a whole new way…

Warcry Catacombs is an amazing new boxed set that allows you to battle in underground dungeons beneath Archaon’s mighty Varanspire lair – complete with lava! It’s packed with amazing scenery that lets you recreate the perilous environments below the Eightpoints. With doorways, bridges, shattered pillars, and more, it’s like a mix of Warhammer Quest and Chaos fortresses – in other words, terrifying and glorious!

 

This is a great way to start playing Warcry and includes the Core Book as well as a brand-new set of rules for fighting dungeon battles. Alongside these are a host of campaigns for your warbands to embark on, with suitably epic rewards. Of course, all of your existing warbands can take to the Catacombs for a fresh challenge too – and the two new warbands can be used in your games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar.

The terrain mixes a classic fantasy dungeon aesthetic with the distinctive look of the Mortal Realms, with doors to hide behind, bridges to traverse, and much more. If you’re a coward who’s scared of lava, you can also flip the board and use some of the other terrain for a more traditional Eightpoints-style Warcry game.

You’ll be able to venture into the Warcry Catacombs in the not too distant future – begin sharpening your blades.


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