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Battletome: Ossiarch Bonereapers (Hardback) (English)

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The Ossiarch Bonereapers advance in their macabre splendor, because they are the will of the Nagash that has been formed. Everything they kill soon belongs to them with body and soul. They are a military force like no other - nerve-wracking and efficient, led by generals created by the supreme ruler of the undead himself, who worked with a measure of his own necromantic power.

This 120-page book provides an overview of the Ossiarch Bonereapers - Nagash's elite army of the undead. A large selection of rules provides you with numerous variants of using your collection of Ossiarch Bonereapers. Loyalty skills reward you for deploying Ossiarch Bonereapers themed troops, while various legendary legions allow you to tailor your army to your style of play. Battalion scrolls offer bonuses for using specific sets of models, while rules for creating a band of warriors for Path of Glory and Ossiarch Bonereapers' own battle plans are ideal for your first games. This battletome is also great for collectors because it offers painting tips for details like bones, armor and magical runes,

This battletome contains:

- Background and artwork exploring the history of the Ossiarch Bonereapers, their craving for bones and the strange necromantic alchemy that binds them 
- A gallery of beautifully painted miniatures 
- Tips for painting with examples of bones, blades, armor, magical runes , Ghosts, banners, glowing skulls, bases and more 
- Ossiarch Bonereapers' loyalty abilities, including a table with combat characteristics, two tables with general characteristics, four tables with artefacts of power and a table for the magic of the teachings of Mortisans 
- 7 battalion scrolls for different combinations on models
- 17 troop scrolls, 3 endless magic scrolls and one scroll for the Bone-tithe Nexus 
- Profiles for open field battles for all units from this Battletome and the Bone-tithe Nexus, including minimum and maximum unit sizes, point values ​​and battlefield roles