Warhammer: Glottkin by Games Workshop

Warhammer: Glottkin

By Games Workshop

  • Release Date: 2014-11-01
  • Genre: Crafts & Hobbies
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From out of the northern wastes march the Brothers Glott, Champions of Chaos bloated with Nurgle’s foul favour. At their heels comes a festering tide of horror, a sickening horde of the diseased and the deranged fit to sweep away the civilised world forever. Before them lie the war-torn lands of the Empire, the greatest surviving bastion of law and order in all of the Old World. Yet this is a land in turmoil, its charismatic leader lost, its borders beset upon all sides. Following the commands of Archaon himself, the Glottkin and their pestilent horde intend to strike the deathblow to the Empire, reducing that once proud land to a rotting corpse in the name of Grandfather Nurgle himself.
Warhammer: Glottkin tells the dark tale of the invasion of the Empire by a vast Nurgle-worshipping horde, and of the desperate fight to repel them before the lands of Sigmar’s heirs can be overrun altogether. Inside you will find rules to fight through war-torn cities and upon battlefields on which the powers of Chaos are ascendant. Furthermore, this book contains description and rules for the new characters and units introduced in the story, as well as a new army list to allow you to field a combined horde of Daemons of Chaos, Warriors of Chaos and Beastmen in a Legions of Chaos army. Also included is a collection of new scenarios, allowing you to refight the pivotal battles of the Glottkin’s invasion of the Empire.

The World That Was is no more, but the battle continues… Warhammer Glottkin is designed for use with Warhammer The Game of Fantasy Battles. That game system is no longer supported, but this title remains available for those who want to recreate the epic battles of the lost world. To continue the war against Chaos in the Mortal Realms, check out Warhammer Age of Sigmar.


  • Excellent book, great format

    By Ricardo1982
    Have Nagash as a hard copy and this on my iPad. Both are great, obviously nothing competes with having the physical copy in your hands but this offers a lot of positives such as no storage problems and no weight to carry round. As for the issues mentioned below about the narrative boxes you simply use your finger to scroll down within the box itself to read the rest of the passage, it works really well so I don't see what the problem is. If you were unable to get your hand on the hard copy I wouldn't hesitate in recommending this and I will be picking up Shield of Baal as soon as it's available
  • Disappointed

    By Steffandevil
    Looking forward to this release after Nagash. Due to GW massively underestimating the popularity of their Fantasy range, the inability to purchase a hard copy led me to shell out £39.99 on an Ebook. An Ebook with spelling errors and formatting errors. I have read only through to chapter one but so far every single small, narrative 'box' as it were that contains a point of view from various characters such as Mundvard the vampire and festus has been cut off frustratingly before the end we no way to read it all. This still receives a 3* review as the story is fantastic! the products are of course amazing. But I am VERY disappointed to have paid so much for what is essentially a faulty product!