The vermintide washes over the Mortal Realms. How fitting that the 13th Faction Preview for Age of Sigmar should be the Skaven. Let’s take a look at what the legions of the Horned Rat can do.
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Because, as the song goes, the times they are a-changin’ — and Tzeentch is pretty much all about that. So turn and face the strange, and let’s talk about the changes coming for Tzeentch’s armies in Age of Sigmar, 2nd Edition.
Chaos is looking like a pretty strong contender in the upcoming Age of Sigmar 2.0 update. With loads of options for different play-styles and a strong thematic element Khorne is going to enjoy this new season of war in the Mortal Realms.
Here’s a look at the new Look Out, Sir! It’s an unexpected spin on a classic favorite–the rule definitely keeps your characters safe, but not necessarily in the way you’re thinking.
The Maggotkin of Nurgle, being one of the more recent battletomes, are designed in part with the new edition in mind. But even they will see some changes come Age of Sigmar 2.0.
Well, at least imprisoned in a shadowy nether-realm between Ulgu and Hysh where the dark prince of pleasure is divested of all the souls he consumed in the world-that-was. But you know, that’s something.
Age of Sigmar is getting a second edition in June – what better time to bring back the missing Chaos God Slaanesh?!
The Bad Boys of AoS are getting a preview of things to come in June. Come see what the Chaos Faithful are bringing to the tabletop when Warhammer: Age of Sigmar 2.0 hits the tabletop!
Resting high atop a silver tower, one of the Gaunt Summoners of Tzeentch observes the twisting tapestry of fate. Plucking at the strands of destiny like a musician with a lute, the Summoner plays a tune that heralds great change for the mortal realms.
The Dread Solstice has waxed over the Mortal Realms for long enough. Now, after six weeks of omens and darkness, the Dread Solstice comes to an end, but the mortal realms will be forever changed. Come see how.