Publication date: 01/01/2020
Imprint: Various Boardgame Publishers
Series: Warhammer Age of Sigmar
As Sigmar’s Storm broke upon the hordes of Chaos, a flicker of hope was rekindled in the people of the Mortal Realms. The seeds of civilisation were planted and grew into new bastions of Order, and for a moment it almost seemed the endless tide of darkness could be held back.
But then came the Necroquake, as the undead legions of Nagash rose up to shatter the cities of Sigmar. Hope dwindles and once more darkness threatens to engulf the Mortal Realms…
We set out to create something genuinely special for the Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound Collector’s Edition to take pride of place on your gaming shelf! The exclusive Collector’s Edition book is beautifully finished with a deep blue faux leather cover, featuring a Stormcast Eternal warhammer and the symbols of the Mortal Realms intricately detailed in gold foil. The 352 pages are wonderfully finished with gold gilt edges.
The book is presented in a tastefully designed high-quality box featuring a magnetically sealed lid. On the front of the box our Knight-Questor Vel Arturious and the Soulbound logo are picked out with spot UV which reflects the light. On the back of the box, the Undying King Nagash glares at you, his crackling green eyes also detailed in spot UV.
Please note that the content of both the Standard Edition and the Collector’s Edition is the same.
Explore the Mortal Realms in the first ever tabletop roleplaying game set in the world of Warhammer : Age of Sigmar! You are Soulbound: heroes chosen by the gods to stand against the horrors that plague the Mortal Realms, tasked with preventing a new age of Chaos, Death, and Destruction. Forge your group from some of the most powerful heroes in the realms and face down roving bands of cannibals, legions of undead, and hordes of daemons in a desperate struggle for survival.
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound contains 13 thrilling chapters to sink your teeth into, including:
Skills and Talents
The Mortal Realms
The Great Parch
Religion and Belief