3 Ways to play Warhammer Age of Sigmar

A complete toolkit of rules for Warhammer Age of Sigmar. That?s what you?ll find inside this book ? three different ways to play games, with rules, Battleplans and ideas that can be mixed and matched to your heart?s content. Multiplayer battle, massive tournaments, quick skirmishes; it?s all in here, and it?s all completely open to you.

Open Play lets you play completely unrestricted games. Just get your mates together, see what models you?ve got, and throw them into the mix.

Narrative Play expands upon the thrilling tales set out in the various Warhammer Age of Sigmar books available, and shows you how to re-create the battles on your own gaming table. And, once you?ve done that, you can use this book?s ideas and rules to invent your own stories!

Matched Play ? do you want to test your Ironjawz against your mate?s Stormcast Eternals on a totally level playing field? Matched Play features points values for every Warscroll and Warscroll Battalion from every Battletome and Grand Alliance book!

Just turn up to your gaming group with your points-based army and your Battletome, and you and your friends will know exactly what?s what. Have you got all night, or do you need to have your group packed up and out in a couple of hours? This book has suggestions for matched armies of various sizes, with estimates of how long the matches will take. It?s all that easy!

We here at Games Workshop Towers are incredibly excited by this ? we?re already planning tournaments, picking out miniatures for our own stories, calculating points totals and working on our own combinations of rules. There?s a huge amount of hobby going on; entire armies are being prepared and Warband Tables pored over. Keep an eye on the blog to see where our journey takes us, and be inspired to start your own!

Author: Davydd

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