Warhammer Age of Sigmar
Warhammer Age of Sigmar is a miniature war-game by Games Workshop. Games are played on a flat surface such as a dining table or a bespoke gaming table. The playing area or gaming area is often decorated with models and materials representing buildings and terrain. Players take turns taking actions with their models: moving, charging, shooting ranged weapons, fighting, and casting magical spells. The outcomes of which are generally determined by dice rolls. Another large part of Age of Sigmar is dedicated to the collecting, assembling and painting the miniature figurines from the game. Army’s can vary in size from a few models to over one hundred.
Another game produced by Games Workshop is Warhammer 40,000. Similarly in other miniature war-games, players enact a battle using miniature models of warriors and vehicles. The playing area is a tabletop model of a battlefield, comprising models of buildings, hills, trees, and other terrain features. Players take turns to move their model warriors around the battlefield. This is resolved using the simple roll of a dice.
Warhammer 40,000 is set in the distant future, where a stagnant human civilization is beset by hostile aliens and malevolent supernatural creatures. The models in the game are a mixture of humans, aliens, and supernatural monsters, wielding futuristic weaponry and magical powers. Army’s can vary in size from a few models to over one hundred.
Warhammer Underworlds is a hybrid arena combat game, where players battle it out with warbands of models, using decks they’ve built to swing the balance in their favour. Each battle sees fighters grow in power and skill, combining elements from Warhammer, RPGs and card games into one awesome experience – the ultimate competitive miniatures game. Warbands are usually between three and 9 models. These Warbands can also be added to your Age of Sigmar army.