Games Workshop Warcry: Horns Of Hashut (Slaves to Darkness)

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Games Workshop Warcry: Horns Of Hashut (Slaves to Darkness)

Games Workshop Warcry: Horns Of Hashut (Slaves to Darkness)

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Just for fun here we present few thematic warbands, meant more for fun or narrative context than for competitive play. Note that in narrative play you need to complete a quest that allows you to recruit a Hero before being able to add him to your roster.

Chaos Chariot ( Gorebeast Chariot) - Chaos Chosen - Chaos Knight - Chaos Marauder ( Horseman - War Mammoth) - Chaos Warrior - Chaos Warshrine - Fomoroid Crusher - Mindstealer Sphiranx - Ogroid Theridon Chaos Familiar - Chaos Spawn - Curs'd Ettin - Daemonic Mount - Gorebeast - Karkadrak - Manticore - Mutalith Vortex Beast - Raptoryx - SlaughterbruteAs with most things in Warhammer, we can tell that the Witherlord is the warband leader because they have the biggest hat. Unlike their less important followers, they wear stilts to keep their feet out of the foul swamp waters, and they’ve made friends with a lumptoad, which will be harvested for its paralysing saliva.

Dark Gods ( Great Horned Rat • Khorne • Nurgle • Slaanesh • Tzeentch) • Devourer of Existence • Ever-Raging Flame • Great Gatherer • Hashut • Necoho • Newborn ( Dexcessa • Synessa) Introduced in the new season of Warcry, Reactions are things that can be done in certain circumstances, but always during the enemy turn. They cost one action, so they can be used only by fighters that have not activated yet or are waiting. There are 3 universal reactions and one specific to each warband: Unlike their masters, who are clad in the best armour and the finest leather boots, the Shatterers have to make do with whatever they can scrounge. They wear chains that represent the nose ring worn by Hashut and are armed with work tools – meant for mines, fields, and forges, these are still deadly on the battlefield.

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Hashut chooses his Ruinator Alphas from amongst the most ruthless and tyrannical of his human war-thralls, those who have worn the hashutaar for many years and committed untold atrocities in his name. Marked out by the brass chains atop their hashutaar, they are his agents of desolation, dread figures clad in hell-forged armour and taksed with laying wate to entire territories in preparation for Hashut's next spate of conquests. None dare defy the commands of the Ruinator Alphas, which issue forth from their war-masks as booming roars, inspiring fear in any who hear them. Their every word is accompanied by a gust of smoke and blazing cinders, which only serves to further their terrifying appearance. In battle, some Alphas wield the twin-pronged spear known as the retauros - a polearm that is devastating when thrust forward on the charge. Others bear long-hafted flails that can easily shatter bones and smash enemies from their feet, leaving them helpless for a follow-up blow. Both weapons double as an Alpha's mark of rank. [1b] Ruinators The Horns of Hashut were previously available only in the Heart of Ghur launch set, but they now have their own stand-alone box that allows to build:

Auroxis • Axactiar • Bitterblood • Boingob • Brondtos • Drakatoa • Fangathrak • Fangthar • Ghillnarad Dhor • Gnorros • Guardian of the Balestorm • Hammergord • Hrunspuul • Ignimbris • Jorhar • Kharybtar • Kodzodon • Krond • Mammothas • Nagendra • Nharvolak • Nyxtor • Okaenos • Rakka Nak • Ravenak • Sarathrasca • Shattatusk • Shurihuratha • Skalok • Skwidmuncha • Spider God • Tatto'Na'Kotto • Testudinous • Ulfdengnarl • Ur-Phoenix • Ursricht‎ • Urs-SerkirThe new boxed set features both of these warbands alongside the stunning Gnarlwood scenery , and it’s just the beginning of a dramatic new season of Warcry. Heart of Ghur will be followed up with major quarterly releases featuring brand new miniatures, and more terrain to expand your corner of the Gnarlwood. The warband reaction is also available to all except the Shatterer, and is an interesting one as it’s a trade-off. On one side you have a chance to do 3 damage and reduce the enemy’s Strength, on the other that action could be used to do much more damage. Also the chance depends on comparing a dice roll with the enemy Toughness. Toughness that could have been reduced with an Ash Bomb earlier but that can otherwise be quite high, risking to have a 50/50 chance to not do anything on a single die roll and lose the action. Stampede of Iron is the usual damage after-charge, basically a chance to do some damage on an opponent after terminating a move next to them. It costs a Double, and while for the Ruinator could make sense, the Ruinator Alpha has 2″ range weapons, meaning that he may not be interested to engage an enemy sometimes.

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