Warhammer: The End Times - Thanquol

Warhammer The End Times Thanquol The Skaven prepare to conquer the world above rising up from their vast Under Empire Dwarfs the Empire of Men and the ancients of Lustria find themselves overwhelmed by the tide of Vermin How will i

  • Title: Warhammer: The End Times - Thanquol
  • Author: Games Workshop
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 387
  • Format: Hardcover
  • The Skaven prepare to conquer the world above rising up from their vast Under Empire Dwarfs, the Empire of Men, and the ancients of Lustria find themselves overwhelmed by the tide of Vermin How will it ever end Warhammer Thanquol is the fourth instalment of the epic saga of The End Times Following the story of the Skaven as they burst forth upon the Warhammer world, noThe Skaven prepare to conquer the world above rising up from their vast Under Empire Dwarfs, the Empire of Men, and the ancients of Lustria find themselves overwhelmed by the tide of Vermin How will it ever end Warhammer Thanquol is the fourth instalment of the epic saga of The End Times Following the story of the Skaven as they burst forth upon the Warhammer world, no hold is secure, and no continent is safe from their pestilence and technology The Skaven s story is described over two hardback books which are presented together in a sturdy slipcase.Warhammer Thanquol Book 1 is a 232 page book which details the story of the Skaven during the End Times, chronicling the return of the Verminlords, the rise of Grey Seer Thanquol and the alliance of the Children of the Horned Rat with Archaon, the Everchosen.Warhammer Thanquol Book 2 is a 64 page rulebook that contains 6 new scenarios inspired by the End Times story and special rules for jungle fighting in Lustria It also includes background and rules for the full range of new Skaven miniatures, including five Verminlords Verminlord Corruptor, Verminlord Warbringer, Verminlord Deceiver, Verminlord Warpseer, and Lord Skreech Verminking As well as this, there are rules and background for the Stormfiends, and Thanquol on the latest incarnation of Boneripper.

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    1. For the fourth Warhammer End Times background book, the focus is on the skaven as they attempt to put aside their traditional backstabbing and double-dealing, and work together for once. Emerging from their tunnels all across the world, they lay siege to the lizardmen cities of Lustria, the remaining cities of the Empire and the scattered dwarf holds in the mountains. In typical skaven fashion however, things don’t turn out to be so simple; the grey seers are in disgrace, Verminlords are getti [...]

    2. As a whole either the best End Times book so far or on par with Nagash. The story is fairly good and very interesting. The biggest problem with the book is the huge timeline covers and the lack of proper way to keep the reader informed of when exactly each event happens. The book has a lot of smaller new rules / unit options but nothing really big like the End Times Magic. The new Skaven unit Stormfiends seems one beast of a unit though.

    3. Warhammer: Thanquol was a decline in the otherwise rather well done End Time series. I thought it was an interesting story, and perhaps it is because the Skaven are an interesting idea to me, but not my favorite part of the fluff, really that I ended up having a lackluster response to the story written herein. For starters Valten's death was one of the most anti-climactic deaths of the entire series almost, even beating out Sniktch's quick timed assassination at the end of the book and Queek's s [...]

    4. As a Skaven fan, I loved this book. It details part 4 of 5 of the story of the end times, particularly on the devastation inflicted on the old world by the insidious skaven. With some great pictures, artwork, conversion inspiration, lore, rules, and battle scenarios, it's an excellent expansion for any skaven player - or, for that matter, if you play dwarves, lizardmen, orcs and goblins, or the empire, you will have something for you (don't expect good news). A great book, well worth the cost at [...]

    5. I really liked this one as it shakes things up almost as much as Nagash! I was rooting for the Skaven as they were taking out the Dwarves, but one of the end deaths was really lame (hence the lack of 5 stars). I'm very interested to see how GW will end the series with Archeon!

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