Warhammer: Invasion Card Game—Omens of Ruin Battle Pack
Fantasy Flight Games
Cruelty and deceit are the hallmarks of the Dark Elves, ever-prepared to strike at their hated foes!
Fantasy Flight Games presents Omens of Ruin, the first Battle Pack in The Morrslieb Cycle for Warhammer: Invasion—The Card Game! A strange moon rises, casting the Old World in a sickly green light. What horrible future can be foretold? And what does this mean for the factions vying for control of the Old World?
Omens of Ruin introduces the nimble Wood Elves and their mysterious Forest Spirit allies. Meanwhile, the mighty River Troll joins the fray and Dark Elf Infiltrators invade the ranks of their enemies!
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