The cannibals of the Flesh-Eater Courts use their Pestilential Breath and Septic Talons to impress each other at their grotesque banquets. The battle-crazed Ironjaws swing their Waaagh! Staffs from the back of their Maw-Krusha beasts. Mortal enemies for millennia, these two new Armies have found one patch of common ground: they really don't like you. So do what you do best in Munchkin – kill them ALL. And take their stuff.
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|Munchkin Warhammer Age of Sigmar
Mighty Battles for the Mortal Realms . . .
The Eight Realms of Warhammer Age of Sigmar form a new battleground for Munchkin players to explore – by which we mean kill monsters and take their stuff, obviously. First launched in 2015, Warhammer Age of Sigmar has found a home on game tables worldwide. Its rich story and variety of foes are a perfect match for your Munchkin game. Play as a soldier of one of the Armies in the Grand Alliances, as you fight against the numberless minions of Chaos and Death!
Best of all, it's completely compatible with Munckin Warhammer 40000 and its expansions . . . create a truly epic battle by mixing the sets!
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