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Sigmar's Blood. The prequel to the End Times! When darkness falls across Sylvania, Grand Theogonist Volkmar leads a holy crusade to finally cleanse the land. Warhammer: Sigmar's Blood (English) [Games Workshop] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Sigmar's Blood is a campaign supplement for. Sigmar's Blood book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A great darkness has fallen over the land of Sylvania, and monsters a.

Add to wishlist. When an artefact of unholy power and evil is stolen from the Imperial Palace itself, Grand Theogonist Volkmar leads a crusade of the faithful into the benighted realm of the vampire counts to confront and destroy the source of the darkness: Mannfred von Carstein. With the aid of an embittered witch hunter and a senile old wizard, Volkmar faces the dread forces of the undead even though he knows it means his own end Written by Phil Kelly.

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All Rights Reserved. Swift Death: The old Lamia bloodline. OH BOY, this is nice. I don't have to tell you how scary flying blood knights are.

Unfortunately it has the same issue as Dragon Warriors, as soon as you get stuck in it stops helping you. Necromantic: The old Nechrarcs.

Can be combined with the Ruby Vial you can get a -2 bravery which is not bad at all. Unless you've got a good game plan in mind this should be your go-to choice for your army. Command Traits[ edit ] Curse of the Revenant: Add 1 to the wound characteristic of your general. Pretty straightforward and not too bad but there are better choices. This would have been cool if it affected the mount too, as it is it's not great. Transfix: Now we're talking. One enemy HERO per phase within 3" have to subtract 1 from his hit rolls that target the general.

A nice duelist tool. Mist Form: This is great. If the general retreats from a fight, he can do it as he could fly and then he can charge. Really awesome if you get in a sticky situation, want to charge a unit behind the enemy lines or just want to keep getting the lance bonus if you've sat the general on a dragon. Blood Fury: Add 1 to the attacks of every melee weapon of the general, which translates to add one attack to the only weapon of the general usually. Only good if you give it to a Vampire Queen on Coven Throne as it gives you a second Blood Kiss attack and hopefully this will let you turn an enemy into a Vampire Lord but don't count on it, as it's still just a minor buff.

Cool and simple, you're going to get that bonus fast since unless you're using a Vampire Queen, all of the weapons you can choose deal 2, 3 or D3 wounds however it's not the best choice here. The Scabbing Plate: If the general deal at least a wound in the combat phase he heals a wound.

Since our heroes are quite slashy, that should not be too hard to do, but overall it's not worth it unless it's used with a dragon. For a foot lord the Slaking Blade can heal you at about the time you'll need the Scabbing Plate and if you really need a heal fast, just use your chalice.

If it's on a dragon however, then it can really help deal with the wounds dealt to the character since with the Hunger and Mist Form you can virtually guarantee kills causing it to healing 2 wounds per combat phase and with the size of the model and their reputation you can guarantee it's going to need the heals sooner or later to keep its stats up. Crimson Wing: It is an angry bat. You choose an enemy unit within 30" and roll a dice.

Not good, you've got Mist Form and regular so to speak bats if you really want to close in on mages, let alone the fact that you've got nothing to combo the bat familiar with. Sigil of the Sanguine Throne: Now this is a nice piece of awesome. Good in general honestly. The Saccharine Goblet: Fantastic. Other armies have items that can only be used once per game to give half the effect this item delivers.

Honestly though, if you haven't caused any wounds with it you're either un healthy enough you can heal with the Chalice next turn, or you're hurt so badly the enemy units would've finished you off even without the Goblet's help.

Unless you've got a great plan for the other items this is a solid go-to choice. Ruby Vial: Once per battle you can use this to give ALL enemy units a -1 to bravery and charge rolls for one turn. Use it wisely and keep in mind, it lasts for 2 combat phases.

Terrible, even if you're up against an army that spams small units they usually have enough wounds in those units that this has no real effect. Pick something else. If you roll trebles then also subtract 1 from their wound rolls until your next hero phase.

Not great, but it's better than Blade of Shyish.

Vile Transference: an enemy unit 12" away takes d3 mortal wounds and then a friendly unit within 6" heals that many wounds. Pretty good both for keeping your Dragon topped up, as well as your Blood Knights un healthy. Amethystine Pinions: Gives 5" and fly to the caster.

This is an odd one since anyone who can take this can already choose to have wings by default. You also shouldn't really need the extra movement anyway, especially since that takes away extra protection you can give your dudes, or the extra hurt you can put on the enemy you can only cast one spell with the user, why waste it on this one?

Soulpike: Target a unit within 18", until your next Hero phase, if the unit charges, roll an amount of dice equal to the charge roll. Excellent, your hardest hitters need to get the charge and this helps enemy units think twice before going for a long-range charge to take away your charge advantage.

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Amaranthine Orb: has a casting value of 7, draw a 1mm line that extends 12" away from the caster. Roll a dice for each unit friend or foe, apart from the caster that has any models beneath this line. Also great, pair it on a Vampire Lord that can fly preferably not one on a dragon as that can be hard to position right and have the line extend right down a combat cluster to rake up the enemy units hit. If you are scared of using it against yourself, then just remember that there's little to no issue using it through Bat Swarms, since they can heal all the wounds you deal to them unless you accidentally roll a 6.

This beauty sits on top of the Mortarchs point pyramid at pt. The close combat monster of the three, because Mannfreds' already powerful melee profiles get added to the powerful profiles of the Dread Abyssal.

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The Armour of Templehof also means a lot more on such a huge target like this. Also, the Vigour of Undeath ability that non-Mortarch Mannfred has gets buffed a lot by affecting ALL Death units in range instead of just one, though that range varies with his Wound count.

Mannfred is an absolute combat beast. This basically guarantees that he is hitting at all times with 4 -1 d3 damage attacks, not including his 2 sickle-glaive attacks, or his Dread Abyssal's attacks, or the spirits. The sheer number of rending multi-damage attacks that he puts out a turn will rip most enemies to pieces. Mid-ranged at pt. Not as powerful as Mannfred and not as costly as Arkhan but tricksier than both put together.

Her Command Ability creates a huge bubble of -1 To Hit for enemy units, a spell lets give a selected unit the Nighthaunt abilities to fly and ignore save Modifiers. Set her up at the head of your army for her Command Ability to affect as many enemies as possible. Prince Vhordrai: He is basically a vampire lord on zombie dragon on steroids which wake up really early in the dusk and have no time for any of your bullshit. No, seriously, this guy is a fucking blender and probably a claimer for the title of smashiest hero in the game.

I mean, Nagash almighty, that is downright terrifying. His command trait allows a hero to attack as if it were the combat phase this hero cannot be him unfortunately, that would have been waaaay too gross or, if the hero is a wizard which all of your heroes are , to cast an extra spell, so you can consider bringing another VLoZD along with him if you plan to smash some eggs with your dragon goon squad.

He comes at 40 points more than a vanilla VLoZD, so if you're going to be bringing one Lord on Dragon, you would do well to bring him unless you've got a really good plan on what to do with the regular VLoZD.

Vampire Lord: While most armies must choose between fighter and caster, your Vampire Lord does both. He's got a great melee profile, can cast a spell a turn and has a powerful Command Ability. And since he can heal wounds by killing stuff, you want him in the thick of it. Can also have wings or a nightmare to increase his movement, with the wings letting you fly while the nightmare grants you another melee weapon.

Since the command ability grants an additional attack with each weapon of the affected unit, it's best to use this on models with few strong attacks or better yet on models with more than one weapon profile. If you want to be a real jerk, use the Lord's buff on a Necrosphinx, which turns into an absolute rape machine thanks to this.

Using his command ability on a big unit of skeletons is also a great tactic to just drown the enemy with attacks.

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Yes, against basic troops with one attack it's useless, but against those elite units with 2 attacks stormcast, chaos warriors, hammerers, Phoenix guard, saurus guard Well, all of a sudden, that crucial unit is half as powerful. Use this spell wisely and you can beat almost anything even with half-decomposed zombies!

He can always has a blood chalice that gives him back D6 wound once per game it's 'optional', but since there's no downside to taking it you should always have it , increasing the dude's un life span. All in all, a quite nice little hero that can be a pretty scary backline assassin, ready to debuff an enemy monster and then jump some squishy unit while topping up your own dudes or putting serious hurt on the enemy with the right spells.

The Vampire, on the other hand, provides a bunch of healing to the Dragon and yet another powerful melee profile. Like all Vampires, he's a Wizard, but with a very gimmicky unique spell that will never see use. His Command Ability is providing re-rolls To Hit to a friendly Death unit, which works well with your already high to hit values or if you really needed a Bat Swarm to hit something for once. Get Vile Transference, Mist Form and the Scabbing Plate and you'll passively heal 2 wounds nearly every combat phase, heal D3 wounds per spell cast and heal D6 wounds once per game if you really need it.

Keep that statline up so that the dragon can keep ripping and tearing. This guy will have your opponents wishing they were playing Soulblight. Coven Throne: For when you really want to cherry-tap some shmucks.

They also allow you to reroll a single dice roll per game either your own or your opponents.Get the very latest - news, promotions, hobby tips and more from Black Library. His men rushed towards their banners, some still tightening their bootstraps or hurriedly strapping on armour.


With Legions, it had to have been destroyed for you to summon it from a gravesite, otherwise, summon away! To fight the monsters of the world, one must sometimes become a monster, or a madman at the very least. It was about the only time the bloody maniacs left him alone.

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