This autumn, it’s all about orange and brown. The new Warhammer Underworlds Core Set is emblazoned with a magnificent beastman - Grashrak to his mates/fellow monstrosities. Filled with bestial vigour after seeing such a brutal visage, we immediately tore into the box with savage abandon.
For those of you looking to get playing right away, there’s a quick start guide that takes you through the basics step by step - perfect for your first battle. abandon.
Warhammer Underworlds rulebook contains all manner of useful charts and diagrams that ensure there’s never any doubt as to how you should interpret a specific rule. Lore and new art explore Beastgrave itself - the latest locale to be blighted by the Katophrane Curse...
New Core Set has enough cards to give you everything you need to start playing. In Warhammer Underworlds: Beastgrave set, you’ll find two pre-made decks for the warbands inside that you can learn the game with, plus a selection of additional cards for when you want to start deckbuilding.
What’s Warhammer Underworlds without tokens? As you’d expect, the Warhammer Underworlds: Beastgrave contains pretty much every token you’ll ever need - that is unless, by some miracle, you manage to score more than 46 glory points in a single game. Wound tokens are double-sided, meaning you can flip them to use as a counter instead!
Dice are throwable cuboids used to randomly determine outcomes. We like them. A lot. The Warhammer Underworlds: Beastgrave comes with a full set of Warhammer Underworlds dice, including five Attack dice, three Defence dice and three magic dice.
Last, but very far from least, we’ve got the models! Both warbands - Grashrak’s Despoilers and Skaeth’s Wild Hunt - are cast in coloured plastic and require no glue to assemble. Just clip them out, click them together and you’re all set.
These models really help bring the world of Beastgrave to life. For the Beasts of Chaos, we’ve got the first ever Great Bray-Shaman, ungor and Bestigor designed for the Mortal Realms, capturing the bestial savagery of their race perfectly. For the Kurnothi, we’ve had our first look at what seems to be a brand new race in the Mortal Realms...