|A Hero's View of the Battlefield
The Warhammer: Diskwars Video Overview Is Now Online
|Warhammer: Diskwars | Published 01 May 2014|
Sigmar became chieftain of the Unberogen tribe. He proved to be a visionary leader as well as a warrior of exceptional valour and strength. Sigmar united the twelve greater tribes of men, driving the greenskins from the lands and earning the epithet Heldenhammer, which means Hammer of the Goblins. So it was that the seeds of the Empire were sown.
–Warhammer, “Sigmar Ascendant”
How will you view the battlefields of Warhammer: Diskwars? Will you look upon them through the eyes of a soldier, or through the eyes of a commander?
Set amid the constant warfare of the Old World, Warhammer: Diskwars is a game of ferocious, fast-paced tabletop battles for two to four players. Forces of Order and Destruction collide. Heroes spur their regiments into battle. Soldiers die. Lesser armies are obliterated. Victorious commanders become legends.
Now, the Warhammer: Diskwars video overview is online, and you can regard the game’s brutal contests with greater clarity than ever before. You’ll see how the game’s unique disks allow players to quickly maneuver units around the battlefield. You’ll witness the merciless efficiency with which units are engaged and destroyed, and you’ll discover how units, command cards, and the game’s rules blend together seamlessly to immerse you in the Old World and its corpse-strewn battlefields.
Sowing the Seeds of the Empire
Watch the video overview, and prepare yourself for battle. With a burgeoning Organized Play program and twin expansions on the horizon, there has never been a better time to dive into the fast-paced conflicts of Warhammer: Diskwars. The armies of the Old World are looking for heroes to lead them. Now is your chance to rise to glory!
Warhammer: Diskwars is an epic game of heroes, armies, and brutal warfare for 2 - 4 players. At the game's heart art its disks, which represent heroes and units from the Old World. These maneuver across the battlefield by flipping end over end, and if any two disks overlap at the end of the round, they must fight!