When we collected our preordered copy of Warhammer Age of Sigmar WarCry (paid link), the tabletop miniatures game of Skirmish Combat in the Mortal Realms, earlier this month, we also picked up the new WarCry Ravaged Lands Corpsewrack Mausoleum (paid link) terrain set.
Designed to expand upon the WarCry Starter Set, the Corpsewrack Mausoleum terrain box includes a number of cemetery-themed structures, including crypt buildings, grave monuments and spikey, skull-embellished fence sections. However the sprues are all marked either Games Workshop 2010 or Games Workshop 2011, suggesting that these might be older GW terrain kits that have been repackaged for WarCry.
The Corpsewrack Mausoleum terrain set also contains a 22” x 30” double-sided battlefield board, with frosted cemetery grounds on one side and a barren chaotic wasteland on the reverse. The wasteland side of the board is designed to complement the similar-but-different game board included with the WarCry Starter Set. This allows tabletop wargamers to place the two boards side-by-side to create a larger playing area.
The box set also includes 36 new terrain cards, outlining different configurations of the Ravaged Lands Corpsewrack Mausoleum terrain pieces. There’s also a double-sided WarCry token sheet, identical to the one included in the WarCry Starter Set.
One could reasonably argue that we, personally, don’t need any more tabletop wargaming terrain, or that we should at least assemble some of our unbuilt terrain kits before adding more to the pile. However it’s hard to beat the utility of creepy graveyard terrain set, which can work in any number of wargaming genres, from Gothic scifi, to fantasy to classic horror.
To learn what lurks within the new WarCry Ravaged Lands Corpsewrack Mausoleum terrain set from Games Workshop, just check out our latest WarCry unboxing video at the top of this post.