Kings of War is a game where big armies of miniatures clash on the tabletop. It’s fast, fun and elegant, using simple rules and balanced army lists to allow you to play a game in around 1-2 hours.
In Kings of War, you are the general of an army. An army is made up of miniatures on square bases, ranked up into units. If you’ve already got a fantasy army you will be able to use it in Kings of War.
There are eleven forces to choose from initially. All of the rules and army lists are included in the one book, with a supplementary book released later with lists for armies we don’t yet make miniatures for. High on the list we get asked for are fantasy Veer-myn and reptiles.
Here are the initial armies:
– Abyssal Dwarfs
– Forces of the Abyss
– Forces of Nature
Each army is rich in character and background, and each has new units with which to wage war with over the previous edition. You can also ally armies so that you can play with a couple of units from across different races.This piece of the art will be on the final c