Warhammer Underworlds Welcomes Two New Quirky Warbands This Week

October 2, 2018 by brennon

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Games Workshop is keeping things ticking over with Warhammer Underworlds this weekend as two new warbands will be joining the fight to claim glory and riches amongst the Mirrored City.

New Warbands - Warhammer Underworlds

The first of these warbands if focused on the powerful sorcerers of Tzeentch. Eyes Of The Nine makes full use of the new magic mechanics that were introduced in Nightvault.

Eyes Of The Nine - Warhammer Underworlds

Vortemis The All-Seeing is capable of bringing a lot of spells to the tabletop and can even summon daemons to aid him as well. Each of these characters offers up a new and unique challenge when it comes to gameplay, adding another level of depth to the developing meta in Warhammer Underworlds.

Conniving Grots

As well as these powerful sorcerers we also have some mad Grots as Zarbag's Gitz, part of the Moonclan, go raiding the Nightvault in search of secrets.

Zarbag's Gitz - Warhammer Underworld

There are nine characters in this warband, more than any before, and this opens up entirely new tactical avenues. Of course, they are all a bit of a pushover so you're going to have to work out how best to employ them whilst also watching them die in spectacular fashion.

It's really great to get more of a handle on how the Grotz are shaping up for the world of Age Of Sigmar and hopefully this means we're going to be seeing more of them in the future to compliment the Orruks that already exist.

Old Heroes

As well as the new warbands, you'll still be able to pick up the two warbands from the original Shadespire Starter Set. Steelheart's Champions and Garrek's Reavers will be available with new decks tuned to fit with Nightvault.

Old Warbands - Warhammer Underworlds

All of the old cards are also going to be available separately in a new set called Echoes Of Glory. So, if you fancy catching up but avoiding getting the models then you have options there too.

Which of the new warbands are you tempted by?

"It's really great to get more of a handle on how the Grotz are shaping up for the world of Age Of Sigmar..."

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