Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower at Warhammer Fest

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You can experience it’s full glory for yourself at Warhammer Fest!

Celebrate everything about the worlds of Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 and more; the miniatures, the backgrounds, the stories and the games, all at Warhammer Fest at Ricoh Arena on May 14th and 15th. Read on to discover more…

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Experience Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower!

This weekend is the release of Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower, an exciting miniatures game that sees a group of brave adventurers battle the denizens within a Silver Tower of Tzeentch in search of treasure and renown. This great game contains six new Warhammer Age of Sigmar heroes (plus a Gryph-hound) and 44 creatures of Tzeentch that can also be used in games of Warhammer Age of Sigmar.

At Warhammer Fest you can experience Warhammer Quest: Silver Tower in full:

  • See the fantastically painted miniatures and plentiful game contents.
  • Get adventurous and try the game for yourself – how will you fare in the Silver Tower?
  • Meet and chat with the writers, designers and painters behind the game and miniatures.
  • Pre-order your copy at the event.

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What is Warhammer Fest?

Warhammer Fest is a celebration of everything about the worlds of Warhammer and Warhammer 40,000 and more; the miniatures, the backgrounds, the stories and the games.

You’ll encounter fantastic miniatures, seminars, in-depth demonstrations and inspiring displays. You’ll also be able to pick up the latest releases, along with exclusive event only merchandise. With such a wide range of activities, you can plan your day around specific elements, or just enjoy whatever grabs your attention. Find out more here.

Venue: Ricoh Arena, UK. To find out more about the venue, click here.
Dates: Saturday 14th 10.00am – 5.00pm & Sunday 15th 9.30am – 4.00pm May 2016
Tickets: Adult £20 Child £10 (Children aged 12 – 16, children age 11 and under are free)