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Total War: WARHAMMER Call Of The Beastmen Caign Pack






  • New Beastmen Race in the Grand Caign
  • Two New Playable Legendary Lords
  • Adds an additional caign map to the game with the unique Eye for an Eye Beastmen story Caign
  • Hordes of New Unique Units, Monsters, Heroes, Magic and Game Features

Something stirs in the deep dark forests of The Old World. Between the twisted trunks, the Beastlords grow restless with an all-consuming battle-thirst. They gather to them great Warherds of barbarous, bestial fiends, forged in the Time of Chaos; dark amalgams of human intelligence, animal cunning and raw, reckless ferocity.

As The Beastmen emerge from their woodland lairs, ten thousand hooves st in agitated union, and a foetid musk arises from the sea of matted fur. The bray of the battle-horns pierces the gloom, and beyond: from Bordeleaux to Ostermark, the Call Of The Beastmen will be heard across The Old World!

The Call of The Beastmen Caign Pack introduces the Beastmen as a playable race to Total War: WARHAMMER. A feral, Chaos-tainted horde race, they move like a plague across The Old World, fielding half-human aberrations and colossal beasts in battle, many of which feature unique abilities. The Beastmen are playable in the Grand Caign, custom and multiplayer battles, and in their very own Story Caign, An Eye For An Eye.


An Eye For An Eye



An Eye For An Eye is a compact Story Caign that pits the Beastmen in a berserk guerrilla war against mankind. The theatre of conflict is a bespoke caign map representing the densely forested landmass stretching from The Reikland Channel in the West to Hochland in the east. The player assumes the role of Legendary Beast-Lord Khazrak The One Eye as he lays waste to the lands of men and attempts to slay his nemesis Boris Todbringer, the Graf of Middenheim. Other Beastmen tribes lurk in the wild woodlands however, and a great show of arms will be required to secure their loyalty


Caign playstyle



Horde gameplay
The Beastmen offer a uniquely aggressive horde-style caign game, carrying their infrastructure as they travel and never settling in the conventional fashion. Unlike Chaos Warrior hordes however, all Beastmen units bear the Resilience passive ability. This makes them immune to the attrition caused by infighting when two or more hordes stand in close proximity, and promotes a more collaborative approach between hordes.

Chaos Corruption
The Beastmen also spread Chaos Corruption wherever they go, destabilising provinces and causing attrition to enemy forces. With unique Heroes, building chains, tech trees, recruitment options, Lord and Hero skill-trees, and an exclusive Lore of Magic (The Lore of The Wild), they offer a new and feral way to play Total War: WARHAMMER.

Bestial Rage
Each army led by a Beastmen Lord has a Bestial Rage meter. As the army raids or engages in battle, this meter rises until a new Brayherd is summoned an AI controlled Beastmen horde that can be directed by the player to specific targets, or support the parent army as it moves. If any armys Bestial Rage falls too low, it may begin infighting, leading to loss of troops and, in the worst instances, mutiny.





Unique army stances
The Beastmen playstyle is also characterised through their unique army stances. Beastmen Ambush is their standard mode of caign map movement and enables the army to ambush enemy forces on the move.

The Hidden Encment stance lets the army melt into the shadows and focus on their infrastructure and recruitment, invisible to all but the keenest-eyed enemy Lords.

Beast-Paths enables the army to ignore impassable terrain by following the secret paths known only to their kind. If an army is attacked in this stance, the ensuing battle will take place in one of the atmospheric new Beast Path battle-maps.

Like other races, The Beastmen can also enter the Raiding stance to harvest income, increase Bestial Rage and sow public disorder in enemy territory.





Unique post-battle options
When a Beastmen army conquers an enemy settlement, the player gets two new post-battle options. Raze and Loot harvests income from the settlement before destroying it, while Raze and Defile razes the settlement and erects a blasphemous monument in its place. This generates major Chaos Corruption in the province and confers a large Population Growth bonus upon the horde.

The Dark Moon rises!
The Beastmen share a dark bond with Morrslieb, the Chaos Moon. As it waxes in the night sky, they are given to feats of drunken bacchanalia and ghastly sacrifice beneath its sickly gaze. When a periodic Full Moon event occurs in the Beastmen caign game, the player must direct his Warherds in which twisted act to perform. There is often a price to be paid for such dark celebrations, but Morrslieb always rewards the faithful!

Legendary Lords






A Beastmen Grand Caign may be led by one of two Legendary Lords: the fearsome Beastlord Khazrak The One Eye, or the blasphemous Bray-Shaman, Malagor The Dark Omen.

Each has their own skill trees, abilities, quest-chains, legendary items, and Grand Caign start positions. Khazrak begins the Grand Caign in the Tobaro Region of Estalia, while Malagor begins play in The Marshes of Madness, deep in the Badlands.

Khazrak The One Eye
The bestial intelligence that seethes behind Khazraks one good eye makes him the paragon of Beastlords. Gifted with the patience and strategic shrewdness of the most accomplished generals, Khazrak wages the perfect guerrilla war, striking hard and fast where the enemy is weakest, then melting into the shadows to plan the next blow. The only Lord of men ever to best him is Boris Todbringer of Middenheim, who deprived him of an eye with a slash of his Runefang blade.

Now Khazrak is on the offensive once more. Warherd in tow, he stalks his nemesis through the twisted bowers of Drakland, intending to repay the courtesy in full. An eye for an eye!

As well as a Beastlord, Khazrak The One Eye is a powerful melee warrior with two quest-chains, rewarding him with the unique items Scourge and The Dark Mail.

Scourge is a vicious, barbed whip, wrapped in the bitter curses of countless generations of Bray-Shamans. In battle, Scourge improves Khazraks Melee Attack and Weapon Strength characteristics; on the Caign Map, it reduces recruitment costs for Khazraks horde, intensifies the Chaos Corruption he generates and increases Khazraks post-battle loot amount.

The Dark Mail is an ancient coat of magical armour that enhances Khazraks Armour and Magical Resistance characteristics.

Khazrak has the abilities Missile Resistance (15%), Resilience, Encourage, Hide (Forest) and Primal Rage (see Unique Abilities below for details).

If you choose Khazrak The One Eye as your starting Legendary Lord, your race gains +10% income from Raiding and +5 leadership when fighting humans.





Malagor The Dark Omen
To the Beastmen and indeed, to the inhabitants of The Empire Malagor is the fleshly incarnation of mankinds demise. Unsurpassed in his grasp of The Lore of The Wild, the rites he performs are iniquitous enough to quail even the foulest of Bray-Shamans. When Malagor and his hordes descend upon a human settlement, he delights in sacrificing priests on the very altars they served. No act of blasphemy is too abhorrent, no desecration too foul, for Malagor The Dark Omen.

Malagor has a single quest-chain which rewards him with a unique item, The Icons of Vilification. This filth-encrusted collection of blasphemous relics the skulls of dead priests, branches torn from the hallowed trees of Athel Loren, and more reduces the recruitment cost and increases the rank of lesser Bray-Shamans. In battle, The Icons emit an aura that increases the damage output of those around Malagor.

Malagor has the abilities Missile Resistance (15%), Resilience, Encourage, Hide (Forest) and Primal Rage (see Unique Abilities below for details). Malagor can also unlock a unique skill at level 15: Something Wicked This Way Comes. This confers a permanent Hex spell on Malagor, causing -4 Leadership to nearby enemy units in battle and -3 Leadership to enemy armies in Malagors caign map region.

If you choose Malagor The Dark Omen as your starting Legendary Lord, your faction can field +1 Bray-Shaman, and all your characters gain +5% movement range.

Lords



Warherds are commanded by Beastlords, the braying, stomping masters of their kind. Along with Caign, Battle and Melee skill-trees unique to The Beastmen race, Beastlords also have a number of unique skill unlocks improving their melee attack, melee defence, leadership, weapon strength and missile resistance statistics, making them exceedingly powerful warriors as well as great leaders. Beastlords may also be mounted on Razorgor Chariots from rank 15 onwards.

Heroes



The Beastmen can recruit and field two unique Hero types.

Gorebull
Gorebulls are hulking, twin-horned melee specialists the very mightiest exles of Minotaurs. Combat proIss aside, they also boast newly-configured skill-trees offering strong specialisation options. These culminate in powerful passive and active support skills, which enhance the caign and battle capabilities of any horde they join.





Bray-Shaman
Bray-Shamans are spellcaster Heroes, capable of employing The Lore of Death, The Lore of Beasts, or the bestial school of magic known only to The Beastmen, The Lore of The Wild. This Lore boasts a variety of unique Hexes, Augments and Magic Missiles, but arguably its most powerful spell is Savage Dominion, which enables the Bray-Shaman to summon a Cygor directly into the thick of battle!


Battlefield units



Unique Abilities
Units in the Beastmen roster benefit from some unique passive abilities which confer benefits in combat. These are as follows.

Resilience
An ability common to all units in the Beastmen roster, Resilience prevents the attrition caused by infighting between hordes in close proximity on the Caign map.

Primal Fury
Many Gor units (Ungors, Gors, Bestigors and Centigors) have the Primal Fury ability, which brings a constant active buff to their Speed, Charge Bonus and Melee Attack characteristics.





Rowdy
Centigors are emboldened when fighting, drinking and feasting together, although such bravery is only temporary at best. In battle, they gain immunity to vigouloss and a leadership bonus. If their morale begins to waver however, the Rowdy effect is lost.
Bloodgreed
The Minotaurs Bloodgreed makes them vicious combatants, and brings buffs to their Charge Bonus, Speed, Weapon Damage and Melee Attack characteristics.

Soul Eater
The towering bipedal Cygor feasts on the souls of wizards. Any spellcasters within range of a Cygors aura suffer an increased chance to miscast.





Thunderous Charge
The porcine, tusky bulk of the Razorgor makes for a Thunderous Charge, granting buffs to its Charge Speed and Charge Bonus characteristics.

Vanguard Deployment
While this ability is not unique to The Beastmen, the majority of units in the Beastmen roster have it. This means that large swathes of the army may be deployed outside the normal deployment zone and deep in the field, ready to close with the enemy and strike in very short order.


Tier 1 units
Ungor Raiders: T1 missile infantry, bow
Abilities: Stalk, Resilience, Vanguard Deployment, Primal Fury

Ungor Spearmen herd: T1 melee infantry, spear
Abilities: Resilience, Hide, Primal Fury, Vanguard Deployment

Chaos Warhounds: T1 melee beasts, very fast
Abilities: Missile Resistance, Resilience, Hide


Tier 2 units
Ungor Herd (shields): T2 melee infantry, axe and shield
Abilities: Stalk, Resilience, Vanguard Deployment, Primal Fury

Ungor Spearmen herd (Shields): T2 melee infantry, axe and shield
Abilities: Resilience, Hide, Primal Fury, Vanguard Deployment

Chaos Warhounds (poison): T2 melee beasts, very fast
Abilities: Missile Resistance, Resilience, Hide, Poison Attacks


Tier 3 units
Centigors: T3 melee monstrous cavalry, very fast, vanguard deployment
Abilities: Resilience, Vanguard Deployment, Primal Fury, Drunken

Gor Herd: T3 melee infantry, axe
Abilities: Resilience, Hide, Primal Fury

Gor Herd (shields): T3 melee infantry, axe
Abilities: Resilience, Hide, Primal Fury

Razorgor Herd: T3 melee monstrous beast, armoupiercing
Abilities: Resilience, Causes Fear, Thunderous Charge

Minotaurs: T3 melee monstrous infantry, armoured
Abilities: Resilience, Causes Fear, Bloodgreed


Tier 4 units
Bestigor Herd: T4 melee infantry, great axe (armour piercing)
Abilities: Resilience, Primal Fury, Hide

Chaos Spawn: T4 melee monstrous Infantry
Abilities: Resilience, Causes Fear, Unbreakable

Centigors (throwing axes): T4 monstrous missile cavalry, armour piercing, shielded, very fast,
Abilities: Resilience, Vanguard Deployment, Primal Fury, Drunken

Razorgor Chariot: T4 chariot, armoured, armour piercing,
Abilities: Resilience, Causes Fear, Thunderous Charge, Primal Fury

Minotaurs (shields): T4 melee monstrous infantry, armoured and shielded
Abilities: Resilience, Causes Fear, Bloodgreed


Tier 5 units
Centigors (Great Weapons): T5 monstrous melee cavalry, armour piercing, very fast
Abilities: Resilience, Vanguard Deployment, Primal Fury, Drunken

Minotaurs (Great Weapons): T5 melee monstrous infantry, armoured, armoupiercing
Abilities: Resilience, Causes Fear, Bloodgreed

Cygor: T5 monstrous artillery, special ranged weapon, very long range, causes terror
Abilities: Resilience, Causes Fear, Causes Terror, Soul Eater

Chaos Giant: T5 monster, armour piercing
Abilities: Resilience, Causes Fear, Causes Terro - This is a digital product.