The Age of Sigmar is stretching its legs, spreading its wings, and getting ready for a big new year–here’s a look at a few things you can expect to come to the Mortal Realms.
Age of Sigmar has had a fantastic few months since the release of second edition. and now as we stride boldly into the first full year since its release, there’s a lot of exciting stuff on the horizon. Moonclan Grots, Slaaneshi stirrings, and more. So grab your best decorative sword and add a few more embellishments to your armor–no more than that, still a little more…that’ll have to do for now–and let’s dive in.
via Warhammer Community
The Gloomspite Gitz
Coming out much sooner than later, next weekend in fact, the Gloomspite Gitz are here to welcome in the new year with their mass of spiders, troggoths, gargants, and goblins ready to swarm over the face of the Mortal Realms and turn it into a shroomy wasteland or cover it in spiders, depending on who you ask.
We’re not sure which of these is the worse fate, so it’s a good thing that grots are only really and truly dangerous in numbers…but there does seem to be an awful lot of them.
Underworlds: Warbands And Expansions
Warhammer Underworlds, aka one of the tightest, most competitive rulesets GW has ever written, is getting a cuople of major expansions in the new year, with new Warbands like the Troggoths pictured above, and the Darkoath seen below:
But it also feels like there’s another expansion on the order of Night Vault in store for the next bit of Underworlds. How many more twists does Nagash have to unleash upon these poor trapped heroes who must forever fight to their deaths? Probably a lot.
Slaanesh Slumbers, Struggles, and Stirs
Slaanesh might be trapped by the elves, sorry, aeioulves right now, but boy do his followers seem like they’re getting a load of new models, characters, and rules. Probably nothing to get worried about…
What’s better than a bunch of magic spells that have been given an eerie life of their own and set on a rampage because Nagash has meddled with the very fabric of reality?
A WHOLE BUNCH of new magic spells that have been given an eerie life of their own and set on a rampage because Nagash has meddled with the very fabric of reality.
Soul Wars 2: This Time Its Personal
The big narrative of the Mortal Realms right now is the Necroquake, its consequences, and the ensuing Soul Wars, which are wars fought by souls, for souls, and of souls, with Nagash as the grand mastermind behind everything just trying to convince everyone and everything that they should all be dead and bound to his will.
Get ready to see more of the fallout from this as the Sacrosanct continue to find ways to embroider, engrave, and etch lightning into any available surface on their armor.