Fantasy Flight Games Announces Warhammer Quest Card Game

By Polar_Bear
In Card Games
Aug 5th, 2015

Fantasy Flight Games has several products based on Games Workshop’s Warhammer license. There’s already the Warhammer: Invasion card game (along with some others). But that’s an LCG. What if you want a stand-alone card game you can break out with friends and not have them need their own deck already constructed? That’s where Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game will come in.

You and your other heroes must delve into the dungeons beneath Schompf and defeat all manner of vile monsters and horrific creatures in order to discover the evil that lurks below. You must work together in your goal or you might end up simply as rat food.

You can expect to see Warhammer Quest: The Adventure Card Game coming to shops late in Quarter 3 of 2015. So it could start showing up in a month or so, give or take based on location.


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  • Odinsgrandson


    Your headline got my hopes up- right up until it was a card game.

    • That’s me. Build up a little boy’s hopes and then Smash all his dreams to pieces.
      I’m an inhuman monster.

      • Lexthilian

        I agree, I was EXCITED…… and then I saw ‘card game’. Excitement gone.

  • Chad_Caughmann

    I assumed at first glance this was just an attempt to ride some of the success the Pathfinder Adventure Card Game has had. Not sure if this is the case, as the video tells very little about the game. Mostly just devs saying “It’s a really good game!” (or course they are going to say that…duh), while showing minimal substance.

    • Seamus Loftus

      I hope it is nothing like the Pathfinder Adventure Card game. I am not a fan of it, due to it breaking the biggest part of what makes deck building so much fun: the ability to continuously cycle through a deck to utilize the cards you acquired.

      I have higher hopes for this game.

      • Chad_Caughmann

        I’ve been checking more into the game, and it appears this isn’t really a deck builder at all. Instead, the character each have 4 abilities they cycle through, until those abilities get reset. The more I’ve looked at it, it really doesn’t look like Pathfinder at all, other than the name.

  • Ghool

    That was just a tease… this a sign of things to come though?

    Oh wait, there’s Bloodbowl Team Manager and no new Bloodbowl…yet?

    A man can dream….