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Warhammer Quest: Shadows over Hammerhal

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Technical Details
Item Weight2.1 Kg
Product Dimensions30.5 x 10.2 x 45.7 cm
Manufacturer recommended age:12 years and up
Manufacturer referenceWQ-03-60
Assembly RequiredYes
Batteries Required?No
Batteries Included?No
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Best Sellers Rank 88,718 in Toys & Games (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2.1 Kg
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Date First Available25 Feb. 2017
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Receive a Warhammer Quest Shadows Over Hammerhal Games Master's screen (English language only) free with every purchased Warhammer Quest Shadows Over Hammerhal, while stocks last. Click here to find out more.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...A band of heroes has been brought together by circumstance, and are bound to hunt down and nullify a sinister Chaos plot in the dungeons and catacombs below Hammerhal. Lord-Castellant Arvios Sunhelm, his Gryph-hound Archimaine and Cogsmith Golnir Coalbeard are joined by Loremaster Alnaryn and Fleetmaster Vizrin Kyre, as they quest to uncover the Chaos Sorcerer Lord Redomir and put a halt to the vile corruption of the First City of Order.Warhammer Quest Shadows Over Hammerhal is a boxed game for 2-5 players, set in - and below - the splendid city of Order, Hammerhal. 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.After each adventure, the heroes can spend time in the Cinderfall district of the city, visiting shops, resting and taking part in the various shadowy delights Hammerhal has to offer! Your characters level up and increase their skills as you play, and W

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3.0 out of 5 stars I had bought the first one (Silver tower) and liked the pieces 6 Mar. 2017
By J. Sparling - Published on Amazon.com
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Ok this one was a little different. I had bought the first one (Silver tower) and liked the pieces. This one just seems a little less. You get 4 characters (none of them are reprints from the other game or add on which is a plus :) however the pieces seem of lesser quality. The cards are thinner, the figures are less dramatic. I'm also not happy with Games Workshops new approach to games. Back when Warhammer Quest first came out in 1994 you paid $100 for the main game which came with a tone of stuff so it was worth it. Then the add ons came out and they were only like $30 for the rules and adventures and like $20 for the characters. All of the add ons came with metal minis and solid card stock. Now the mail game is $150, not that bad honestly as you still get a ton of cool minis. HOWEVER, expansions should not also be $150. This is not so much an expansion as it is a WHOLE OTHER GAME using the exact same rules as Silver Tower. I think they could have gotten better results if they made adventure add ons instead of a whole other games. I'm on the fence on where it should go back or not.
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