Battletome: Flesh-Eater Courts (2019)

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Battletome: Flesh Eater Courts 2019
Battletome Flesh-Eater Courts 2019 Cover.jpg
Released February 9th, 2019
Pages 88
Preceded by Battletome: Flesh-Eater Courts (2016)


Battletome: Flesh-Eater Courts (2019) is the second Battletome for the Flesh-eater Courts faction for the 2nd Edition of Warhamer Age of Sigmar, and describes their history, background, and units.

Description

Bound by the madness of their kings, the Flesh-eater Courts surge across the land in search of their next grisly feast.[1]

Battletome: Flesh-eater Courts is the comprehensive guide to collecting and fielding the cannibalistic monstrosities of the Flesh-eater Courts. In thrall to a deep delusion, these unwitting servants of Death believe themselves to be noble knights and warriors – instead, they are savage, degenerate killers.[1]

In this 88-page hardback battletome, you’ll learn the history of the Flesh-eater Courts in the Mortal Realms, from their long-lost origins as noble courts, through to their hard-fought battles in the Soul Wars, all illustrated with dark and sumptuous art. You’ll discover how their strange society operates – a vile pastiche of mannered courtly life with a distinctly macabre twist. The battletome goes on to cover just how the Flesh-eater Courts go to war, showcased by several themed warscroll battalions and all the warscrolls needed to field an army of cannibals on the tabletop – from the serried, scrabbling ranks of the Crypt Ghouls to towering monstrosities like the Royal Zombie Dragon.[1]

You’ll be able to customise your Flesh-eater Courts army with a host of allegiance abilities, including rules for different Grand Courts, which allow you to dedicate your mordants to one of the legendary Flesh-eater Court kingdoms.[1]

Battletome: Flesh-eater Courts lets you customise your champions with a selection of sinister artefacts, as well as a blood-drenched spell lore that allows you to enhance the dark strength of your units. The included Path to Glory rules and bespoke missions are perfect for learning your army’s rules, while for collectors, a showcase of beautifully painted miniatures, alternative colour schemes and painting tips are fantastic for inspiring your own army.[1]

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