Games Workshop Taking Pre-Orders For Age of Sigmar: Blightwar

Age of Sigmar: Blightwar, now available for pre-order from Games Workshop. The new 2 player box set pits the the Stormcast Eternals  army, against the forces of Nurgle.

There is a new General’s Handbook out now for Age of Sigmar, and do you know what means? A new Age of Sigmar 2 player Starter Set. The new 2 player Starter Set, called Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Blightwar, will have players battling each other withe the Stormcast Eternals army and the armies of Nurgle.  The box Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Blightwar contains 17 Nurgle army models, and 15 Stormcast Eternals models. Also included in Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Blightwars is a 40 page softcover book, rules 3 battle plans to recreate battle between the armies of Nurgle and Stormcast Eternals and more. if your interested in picked up the new box set, Games Workshop is now taking pre-orders of the new box set.

From the Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Blightwar webpage:

War rages across the Mortal Realms. The focal points of the first great battles were those magical portals known as Realmgates, doorways through reality with immense strategic importance. The wars over these were brutal and bloody, and while Sigmar’s glorious Stormcast Eternals can lay claim to victory, it was not quite the all-conquering victory for which they might have hoped. It was not long before the Dark Gods marshalled their counterattack – and none were so febrile and repulsive as those of Grandfather Nurgle…

Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Blightwar is a great-value boxed set, featuring 32 plastic Citadel miniatures split across the armies of Nurgle and the Stormcast Eternals. It focuses on the Blightwar – Nurgle’s dastardly plan to befoul the realm of Ghyran using his Grand Cultivator Horticulous Slimux, and the heroic attempts to stop him by Neave Blacktalon, deadly huntress and swift-footed assassin of the Stormcast Eternals.

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