The Elf King Troll Wars Expansion Pre-Orders Launch From Lucid Eye

December 19, 2018 by brennon

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Lucid Eye has now launched a range of new deals and releases for the Troll Wars Expansion to The Red Book Of The Elf King. New friends and foes are coming to fight for the shifting realms of the fae!

Troll Wars & Red Elf - Lucid Eye

This new book brings in a whole bunch of new rules for those looking to play out the clashes between the different Circles and of course invaders from afar. Once again the rules have been written by Rick Priestley!

As well as the release of the main book which comes with that awesome looking Red Elf miniature there's also plenty of additional deals to consider during the pre-order period with a release of January next year. For example, there's The Elf King & Troll Wars Intro Deal.

Elf King & Troll Wars Intro Deal - Lucid Eye

Not only does this throw into the mix two of the new leaders, Sunnvane & Lismhale, The Two That Are One and Ragvhan Earsplitter, but also a band of warriors to support them too. The game is normally played with six sets of companions and/or units accompanying their leader but in the introductory scenario from the main game they cut things down to make it easier to get your head round at first.

Once again, the miniatures for this game are looking stunning and some of the best Elves that I've seen out there, on a par (if not better) than the ones from Warploque Miniatures. I love the style Lucid Eye have gone for, giving the Elves and their foes this dark fae cunning. The Trolls and Humans they've also worked on provide a nice contrast for the range too.

We're also seeing them branch out into different styles of Circle too like with Hirihalye and The Vorthexen Circle.

Vorthexen - Lucid Eye

This is the first time we've seen mounted warriors in the game and Circle companions which go beyond the rank and file with their spears and shields. Those spirit-like steeds look fantastic and there is a real hint of the classic Wood Elves of Athel Loren about their riders too.

The Red Book Of The Elf King continues to be one of the most evocative and interesting games out there and Lucid Eye really are putting their best foot forward with these releases.

Will you be giving this game a go?

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