|The Eclipse of Hope is Now Available
Bring the latest Warhammer: Invasion Battle Pack to your deck
|Warhammer: Invasion The Card Game | Published 28 July 2011||Rating||15 votes|
The battle seemed to last an eternity, as elf and man struggled to the last. Blinding speed and expert skill was pitted against brute strength and fanatical rage. Tethelis found himself face-to-face with the Norscan leader, exchanging blow after blow in a savage melee. At last, the Sentinel commander made a desperate lunge and stilled the Norscan’s heart on the point of his sword. Tethelis could not resist adding a final taunt as he stared into the Norscan champion’s eyes. “You lose.”
- From “The Eclipse of Hope,” the included short story by Ross Watson
The Eclipse of Hope, the fifth Battle Pack in The Morrslieb Cycle for Warhammer: Invasion The Card Game, is now on sale at your local retailer and on our webstore! When the High Elf Tethelis and his Silver Spears swiftly defend Lothern from a band of Norscan warriors, their victory proves short-lived. After all, the light of Morrslieb lends dark powers to the servants of Chaos, and unexpected enemies may strike at a moment’s notice...
Hope Springs Eternal
The Eclipse of Hope adds a host of new deck-building options to your Warhammer: Invasion experience. The High Elves’ Starwood Staff channels the power of their ancient magic, as the Empire’s Glorious Preceptor leads his charge into battle. Meanwhile, Khorne brands a once-great warrior with his corrupting mark, and a massive five-headed Hydra spews toxic fumes upon the battlefield!
And in the included short story by Ross Watson, a High Elf leader is wary of the ominous signs in the night sky. Although Morrslieb’s influence is beginning to wane, Tethelis and his Silver Spears will soon learn that the worst of its power is yet to be seen.
Warhammer: Invasion The Card Game is a card game by Eric M. Lang in which 2 players develop their kingdoms and lay waste to their foes. Each side is comprised of either the forces of Order or the forces of Destruction as they seek to extend their empire to include the entire Old World. The Living Card Game format allows players to customize their gaming experience with monthly Battle Pack expansions to the core game.
Again, no card of the week :(
Supa, I have the same doubts, Polish translation of this card is: if it gets damaged (not is) which means that damages dealt before (already placed on units) are not taken into account. And personally I think it's about damages to be dealt. Hey English speakers, can you confirm that ?
Already a question.
"is damaged" means only when the unit gets damaged or can a player play it on an already damaged unit to destroy it ? After, in both case, the attached unit is damaged.
Sad a dwarf - slayer..Funny.
This is not nice...:) Curious what it brings for High Elves..
I know how it works. Seems like no unit will be able to survive a chaos onlslaught now.
Signs in the Stars hasn't even hit the stores in the UK yet and FFG are already releasing the next battle pack. Incredible! How about showing some consideration for your customers outside North America for a change?
If you are regarding to the card it is supposed to be attached to an enemy unit. that's how it works.