Warhammer Underworlds meets fast-paced multiplayer combat in Arena Mortis – an expansion that transforms the ultimate competitive miniatures game into a furious free-for-all! Choose your favourite champion and pit them against 2-5 others for a fresh and fun challenge.
Morgok and his mob of Ironjawz brutes once hunted down and fought the greatest prey they could find amongst Ghur’s trackless wastes. Whether they ran down spiny nephrodiles or fought the storm-warriors of Sigmar, Morgok’s Krushas sought the mightiest trophies in the name of their bellicose deity, Gorkamorka.
Morgwaeth the Bloodied and her murderous retinue were dispatched to Beastgrave by Morathi in search of a long-hidden shard of Khaine. Shadowed paths brought them to the mountain, and immediately they knew their objective was near – what else could account for the visions of slaughter and echoes of battle that haunted Beastgrave’s megalithic depths?
Two warbands in one? What’s not to love? Warhammer Underworlds: Beastgrave - Champions of Dreadfane gives you the opportunity to add Lady Harrow’s Mournflight and Ironsoul’s Condemnors to your warband collections, both of which were previously only available in the Warhammer Underworlds: Dreadfane set.
The Sorcerer Fecula Flyblown saw a vision of a shard-curse of endless sterility in which nothing stayed dead long enough to rot, and was horrified. She summoned a monstrous wyrmaggot which swallowed the Sorcerer and her two favoured bodyguards whole. This creature burrowed until it burst into Beastgrave, where it disgorged the group in a tide of steaming vomit. Together, The Wurmspat resolved to cure the curse at the mountain’s heart by spreading the filth so beloved of their deity.
Hrothgorn and his party of hangers-on were ranging ahead of their Alfrostun when the Icebrow Hunter caught what he thought was the scent of abundant prey beasts somewhere up ahead. The group hungrily followed the trail… it wasn't long before he realised they'd been lured into the gullet of Beastgrave. Hrothgorn set about finding a way out, his loyal Frost Sabre and a ragtag band of Gnoblars always at his heels.
Rippa has led his grumbling and mutinous companions to Beastgrave in pursuit of the magnificently shiny choppa he sees every night in his dreams. With that blade in his hand, surely Rippa could ride back to his tribe and claim rulership over the headless corpses of all his old rivals.
This warband expansion set allows you to add Rippa's Snarlfangs to your games of Warhammer Underworlds. A set of push fit models in coloured plastic allows you to get your warband built and ready for gaming in mere minutes, while fighter cards let you keep track of them in game. You’ll be able to harness the unique tactics of Rippa's Snarlfangs with 32 warband specific cards, including objectives, upgrades and ploys.
Hailing from a blasted and ruined kingdom far to the north, the Grymwatch have come questing to slay the monstrous entity that they believe lurks at Beastgrave’s heart. The Ghouls of the Grymwatch scramble through the tunnels, noble hunters in search of their monstrous prey.
This warband expansion set allows you to add the Grymwatch to your games of Warhammer Underworlds. A set of push fit models in coloured plastic allows you to get your warband built and ready for gaming in mere minutes, while fighter cards let you keep track of them in game. You’ll be able to harness the unique tactics of the Grymwatch with 32 warband specific cards, including objectives, upgrades and ploys. Meanwhile, 27 Universal cards give you new options for customising your deck whichever warband you play.
Keep your deck safe from anything Beastgrave (or your bag) can throw at it with this nifty deck box! Designed to store up to 75 unsleeved cards (or slightly fewer sleeved cards), it features rigid construction and a snug-fit lid that ensures that your next Grand Clash winner stays secure between battles.
Bring the horrifying depths of Beastgrave to life with this set of scenery tiles! Designed to be combined with your gaming boards, these thematic scenery elements are perfect for representing blocked or lethal hexes in your battles. They're also great for building terrain in your other Warhammer games, too. Perhaps you’ll combine several sets to make a battlefield based in Ghur for Warhammer Age of Sigmar, or an alien world in Warhammer 40,000.