World of Warcraft Board Game
Fantasy Flight Games
The hugely popular massively multiplayer RPG is coming to your tabletop!
Play your favorite characters and races as you explore the world of Azeroth in this enormous board game. Battle opponents, gather treasure and gain levels! Embark on quests to grow ever more powerful and compete to be the greatest hero in all the land.
World of Warcraft: The Board Game includes gorgeously crafted components, including over 200 sculpted plastic figures, representing the multiple races and heroes of the World of Warcraft.
World of Warcraft: The Board Game is designed by Twilight Imperium creator Christian T. Petersen and Eric Lang, creator of the A Game of Thrones collectible card game.
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