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Here's the Cover of Warhammer: Age of Sigmar: Soulbound: Shadows in the Mist

In an impression display of cascading subtitles, here's the cover of Shadows in the Mist, an upcoming adventure path for Warhammer: Age of Sigmar: Soulbound, from Cubicle 7, which will be available for preorder later this year.

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"Venture into the deadly mist shrouded streets of Anvilgard in the first ever campaign for Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound, and uncover the truth of the mysterious organisation known as the Blackscale Coil that has a stranglehold on the city. But the Coil is not all there is to worry about – an even greater threat lurks in the mist…

Shadows in the Mist contains a 30 page guide to Anvilgard and six adventures. When you pre-order the hardcopy of Shadows in the Mist, you will receive the Anvilgard City Guide and the first adventure, Blood Tide, immediately. The following adventures will release every month, and you’ll receive the PDF as soon as it is available."

Since it contains six adventures, and each of those likely has a name too, we'll get to add another layer of subtitle later! I admit I may have overdone it on the colons.
 
Russ Morrissey

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Connorsrpg

Adventurer
This looks awesome! I love the tree-guy. I just wrote up tree-folk as a race, heritage/ancestry for 5E :p This picture would be a great example of a character I was aiming for.
 

DMMike

Game Masticator
Since it contains six adventures, and each of those likely has a name too, we'll get to add another layer of subtitle later! I admit I may have overdone it on the colons.
The colons are fine. It's the subtitles that are overdone. But I think overdoing-it is the theme, what with the flying dwarf and the ornamental helm(s). And the pauldrons. And the shoulder-spikes. And wielding a two-hander plus a large shield...

The artist must have done it well though, because it still looks cool.
 


Raduin711

Adventurer
I am fairly sure that's one of the Sylvaneth edit: a Kurnoth, specifically/ and that's this actual head. Assuming you mean the one at the back.
I am actually referring to the lady on the far right with the staff. The ornament on top of her helmet is just astoundingly huge.
 

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