age of sigmar: extremis

The Soul Wars are over, but a new conflict brews in the Realm of Beasts.

It is a time of great change in the Mortal Realms. A surge of life sweeps across the eight realms to force back the tide of death left in the Necroquake’s wake, and the forces of Order waste no time in laying claim to the newly rejuvenated land. But with Kragnos, End of Empires, released from his prison and leading a vengeful rampage across Ghur, the Stormcast Eternals must fight their toughest battles yet to safeguard the pioneering Dawnbringer Crusades.

Inside the box you will find:

Inside you will find a total of 32 Citadel Miniatures and 5 terrain pieces. The miniatures are nice with plenty of detail. If you already own Dominion you will be very familiar with these miniatures. The terrain pieces are nice and chunky, produced in a plastic that is harder and more ridged than the miniatures, Which is good for those that are a little rough with their terrain but it does have that plastic toy feel.

Inside the Extremis box you will find one of the new Thick card folding boards to use as a playing surface. This board is double sided with a red sand desert or a brown green marsh land. The Boards are made from a thick card but the folding joint feels weak and may break over time and use.

Summery: Would I recommend this set? Yes and No. At £105 you are making a saving on the RRp of the miniatures but if all you want are the miniatures you can buy the Harbringer starter set for £65. I don’t feel this set is worth the extra £45 for a cardboard board and 5 small terrain pieces. The terrain is ok but I really don’t like the cardboard boards, they feel flimsy and could be made by the most novice of hobbyist with a piece of wood for a fraction of the cost.

3.5/5

Burning beard

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