If you have been wondering if you would ever see another Warhammer Quest game at your FLGS, the answer is definitely “Yes” as Games Workshop unveiled Warhammer Quest: Shadows Over Hammerhal.

Hammerhal. Built in the glorious image of Azyrheim, the seat of the God-King Sigmar’s power. Within its walls can be found danger and beauty, faith and intrigue, poverty and fortune. From the gleaming crystal spires of Goldenpath to the mist-shrouded vineways of Ghyra-un-Tyr, there is seemingly no end to its marvels. Yet most who witness this splendour know little of the danger and menace that fill the outer districts of the city, and that which lurks below…

The game comes with 31 miniatures and can is for two to five players, though the publisher says “Up to 4 players can quest in the catacombs and dungeons below the city, while another acts as gamemaster, setting fiendish obstacles, controlling the antagonists and setting the story – it’s up to this player to take charge of revealing the secrets each dungeon has to offer.”

Warhammer Quest is available for a suggested price of $150.00 and is scheduled to ship on February 25, 2017.

via Games Workshop


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1 Comment

  1. i’d Just like to note what a HUGE deal it is for a Games workshop game to go back to have the need for A gamemaster… not kidding that’s huge. under the era of tom kirby it never would of happened

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