AoS: Forbidden Power Preview
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In the wake of the Necroquake, Sigmar’s Stormvaults have been revealed – arcane repositories created to seal away artefacts of terrible power from an age long past. Armies have mustered from across the Mortal Realms to claim these forbidden relics, while in Shyish, the Great Necromancer gathers his strength for the next stage of the Soul Wars…
The 88-page Forbidden Power book tells of the battle for the Midnight Tomb, as the spectral armies of Nagash lay siege to the free city of Lethis, seeking to break into the Grand Stormvault hidden beneath its streets. In addition, you will find new rules for recreating the armies that fought for Lethis, for fighting battles in the grim region of Shyish known as Stygxx, and for playing a campaign to conquer multiple Stormvaults hidden across the Mortal Realms to capture the powerful relics within.
There’s something for every faction in the book, so no matter which grand alliance you fight for or the deity you serve, your army can fight for the right to loot the forbidden Stormvaults too!In addition to loads of new rules and background, the expansion includes a new piece of modular scenery – a Penumbral Engine – and four new endless spells in the form of a Soulscream Bridge, Horrorghast, Shards of Valagharr and Lauchon the Soulseeker. The set also includes warscroll cards for each of the endless spells as well as the Penumbral Engine and all of the new terrain kits from the new Dominion of Sigmar scenery range. Speaking of which…
Dominion of Sigmar
Before the coming of Chaos, the Mortal Realms were littered with glorious temple-cities and towering edifices dedicated to the glory of the God-King Sigmar. Many were cast down or fell into disrepair during the dark times of the Age of Chaos, yet their noble heritage endures in the ruins that remain.
If you want to give your battlefield a Sigmarite makeover with some modular terrain (including stylised hills!), the Enduring Stormvault, Timeworn Ruins, Sigmarite Dais and Shattered Temple sets that make up the new Dominion of Sigmar scenery range (shown clockwise below) will also be available.
Over the coming weeks, we’ll be delving further into what Forbidden Power means for the Mortal Realms – and your armies – with previews, brand new short fiction and more, so keep an eye out right here.
You have but one week to wait before you can pre-order this exciting expansion and evocative new scenery range. Until then, why not start building your battlefield right away with an Ophidian Archway, Numinous Occulum or some Azyrite Ruins?
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