|Warhammer: Invasion The Card Game | Published 01 October 2010|
Savage warriors, the Lizardmen of the jungles of Lustria are vigilant in their fight to restore order to the world, but their enigmatic motivations make them uncertain and often dangerous allies. Meanwhile, the Vampire Counts, from their gods-forsaken castles and fortresses, lust after the power of the mortal races. It is this willful ambition that gives them their power over the dead, and those armies of Order that refuse to surrender to the Vampire Counts in life may come to serve them as mindless slaves in death.
With 165 cards (3 copies each of 55 cards) consisting of new deck-building options for players of all factions, March of the Damned brings, as neutral forces, the mysterious danger of the jungle-dwelling Lizardmen and the foul dark arts of the Vampire Counts to Warhammer: Invasion. March of the Damned also introduces two new keywords, “Savage” and “Necromancy,” bringing a new level of strategy to your game.
“Savage” represents the single-minded vigilance of the Lizardmen, as they risk their very lives to restore order to the Old World. For the Vampire Counts, “Necromancy” is a vile power that lets them bring vanquished units back from the dead. When these two forces join the battle for the fate of the Old World, it will mean entirely new perils for six major factions.
Check out our detailed website for more information. Today, the savage forces of the Lizardmen face off against the undead hordes of the Vampire Counts. Which side will you command?
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Warhammer: Invasion The Card Game is a card game by Eric M. Lang in which 2 players develop their kingdoms and lay waste to their foes. Each side is comprised of either the forces of Order or the forces of Destruction as they seek to extend their empire to include the entire Old World. The Living Card Game format allows players to customize their gaming experience with monthly Battle Pack expansions to the core game.
This is a amazing expansion. All those new cards, not only Vampire Counts & Lizardman, are great. I just ended with updating all my decks. Every fan of W:I should have it!
Highelves are gaining with this expansion. They're quite comparable with the other good races now in my opinion.
Just arrived today. And I have to say: AWESOME! I like the two new races.
Finally! This boxset will work marvels for my Dark Elves!
Nice that it's finally out for the folks who couldn't make it to GenCon - for those of us who have had it for a while, this is a bit less exciting news, of course. ;)
Now I'm left waiting for the next BP to show up!!