Return To Warhammer Underworlds With Two New Warbands

August 10, 2020 by brennon

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Keeping with the Games Workshop updates, we turn to Warhammer Underworlds in a break from the relentless trudge of the grimdark future. We're looking at two new warbands of wargaming miniatures for use in Beastgrave, the latest "season" of Warhammer Underworlds.

Morgwaeths Blade-coven - Warhammer Underworlds

Morgwaeth's Blade-coven // Warhammer Underworlds

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Much like with a lot of the miniatures we've been seeing pop up in previews from Games Workshop, these warbands are long-awaited. They were previewed earlier in the year but due to the pandemic, they've not seen the light of day. This weekend though, you'll be able to be fast and deadly with Morgwaeth's Blade-coven, the Daughters Of Khaine who seek their own route to glory in the wildlands of the living mountain.

If you'd prefer to be beefy and smash things to pieces with brute strength then you can also check out Morgok's Krushas.

Morgoks Krushas - Warhammer Underworlds

Morgok's Krushas // Warhammer Underworlds

Despite the lurid yellow colour scheme for these greenskins, I think the new look and style they put together for Age Of Sigmar really works. The green should be nice and easy to paint and then you can have a bit of fun with the armour, either going for something as bright and poppy as this or perhaps something a bit more weather-beaten.

As well as the new miniatures you'll also be able to buy specific dice and card sleeves to match these warbands. It should be noted that whilst these packs include all you need to get going with these warbands you'll also find cards to use in other decks if you like.

What do you think of these new warbands?

"If you'd prefer to be beefy and smash things to pieces with brute strength then you can also check out Morgok's Krushas..."

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