If I could unload my brain into a new player's head, I would. But until then, this article is the next best thing.
Only a few days after I finish my first post about the best way to get into this game (found here), Games Workshop goes and drastically improves the game by adding a banned a restricted list to Warhammer Underworlds, rendering much of it useless. So here is an attempt at an updated card list that might help you get into the game more economically:
I've seen a lot of posts asking how to make multiple decks from one collection that are balanced against each other in order to play games with friends who don't own the game, without having to proxy cards, so this is what this article is about.
I've seen a number of people asking questions in Facebook groups, on Reddit, and in person about the best way to start this game, so that is the first thing I want to talk about. Warhammer Underworlds is not as daunting as some of Game's Workshop's other, larger games, but as it begins to go … Continue reading Warhammer Underworlds: Where to start and what to buy.
Welcome! My name is Jonathan Davis, but my username on most things is some variation of TheWiggleFish, so it seemed only fitting to call this blog about all things games workshop WiggleHammer.