In the twisted wastes of the Eightpoints, a fierce struggle rages for control of Varanite - a mysterious substance imbued with the liquid power of chaos. Bubbling seams of this transmutative realmstone are being dredged from the depths of muggy mines, where desperate laborers operate tireless machines imbued with a hungry demonic intelligence. In these sites of infernal industry, warbands devoted to the Ruinous Powers fight to conquer Varanite, using the infernal environment itself as a weapon to crush their rivals and achieve victory.
Recreate the claustrophobic industrial hellscape of an Eightpoints mine with this multi-part plastic scenery kit, and battle over the infernal machinery of an impending Varanite Siphon with 11 modular Warcry scenery pieces, including:
- 1x Varanit Siphon
- 1x wooden structure
- 1x wooden Gangway
- 2 small ladders with glueless assembly that offer new opportunities for ascent
- 6x locks, each with different designs and lengths
These terrain pieces can be connected without glue to create a variety of configurations, allowing you to customize your network of wooden structures, gangways, and locks to suit your play needs. They're also fully compatible with Ravaged Lands: Pit Dredger Camp, allowing you to build, rearrange, and expand a massive modular mining complex. There is no need to limit yourself to Warcry either - this terrain can be used in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar or any other environment you find suitable.
The box also includes a Varanite Delve Battleground Mat - a double-sided, foldable 22" x 30" game board, the perfect size for Warcry games. One side features the boiling, molten pits of a varanite mine, while the other is an ash-like wasteland fit for the eight-points. It also includes two double-sided token boards with a total of 79 tokens that you can use to track activations, objectives, damage, and more in your Warcry games.
This set consists of 76 plastic parts. These miniatures are supplied unpainted and require assembly - we recommend using Citadel Plastic Glue and Citadel Paints. Note that some components are designed to be assembled without glue.