Unleash the malevolent magics of the Slaves to Darkness with these extra-evil endless spells! Castable by any Slaves to Darkness sorcerer – including Archaon, Everchosen himself – these summoned sorceries add extra tactical depth to your army, giving you new ways to empower your dark legions or incinerate enemies.
Join editor Christoph Pololio on a journey into the Ogre Kingdoms, as he explores the unique culture of the nomadic tribes – and just why they’re drawn so strongly to Blood Bowl. Whilst Ogres are happy to play with other teams for the pure love of lifestyle of violence, money, and free food that accompanies it, they occasionally form their very own teams...
Lord Borak the Despoiler returns as guest editor for the 2019 update! This issue combines all the content from four full issues of Spike! Journal, including the full rules for the Champions of Death, Greenfield Grasshuggers, Athelorn Avengers, and Gwaka’moli Crater Gators (that’s issues 4-7 if you're counting).
When it comes to dice, what could be more Fire Mountain than grey faux-rock and bright red markings? Actual stone dice that are actually on fire would, we suppose, but that’s just not safe around all these miniatures. Grab a set of these themed dice, guaranteed (probably) to roll well and bring many victories and much glory to your Ogre team.
Ogres are not subtle, but that doesn't mean you don't need a reference for all their special rules, stats and Star Players. This essential deck of 44 cards helps you make the most of your team, ensuring you never forget something in the heat of the game.
Ogre stadia would be ruggedly handsome, nestled as they often are high up in the mountains, were it not for the bloodstains and craters full of picked-over bones. If you're into that sort of thing, it’s extra pretty. If not, they can be a little less than welcoming.
It’s time to unleash your inner evil overlord. Start Collecting! Slaves to Darkness is the perfect place to start your Chaos collection, giving you the beginnings of a Slaves to Darkness, Khorne, Slaanesh, Nurgle or Tzeentch force all in one box.
Agile and avaricious, the murder-cultists of the Corvus Cabal descend on their prey from above. Always hunting for worthy trinkets to offer the Great Gatherer, chaotic patron of cutthroats and thieves, the Cabal strike without warning or mercy.
The Cypher Lords seek not only to defeat their foes, but to drive them to insanity, for they believe madness is the purest form of Chaos. In battle, the alchemical bombs and illusory tactics of these Hyshian cultists render them almost impossible to pin down.