Warhammer 40,000 Conquest is a two player Living Card Game of interplanetary warfare in the gritty futuristic setting of Warhammer 40,000. By hurling you into a life and death combat for the Traxis sector, Warhammer 40,000 Conquest forces you to secure your hold over the sector’s key planets. You must balance the concerns of present battles and future conquests as your warlord leads your armies to glorious victory. To claim the Traxis sector, you must conquer or die.
Battle is inevitable in the grim future of the 41st millenium and Warhammer 40,000 Conquest. Once the command struggle resolves at each planet, battles occur at the first planet and on any planet where a warlord is present. Winning a battle at the first planet allows you to capture the planet, bringing you one step closer to victory. Battles at other planets allow you to establish footholds for future battles or crush your opponent’s troops that have massed on another planet.
Seven different factions compete for control of the Traxis sector in Warhammer 40,000 Conquest. Each faction occupies a niche in the game, with its own distinct playstyle. Even in the darkness of the far future though alliances can be forged. Each of the seven factions has its own place on the games alignment wheel and this determines which factions might join you. When building a deck for your chosen faction you may choose one of the two factions adjacent to your warlord’s to serve as your ally in your deck.
Warhammer 40,000 Conquest offers you command of one of the seven factions, battling for riches and glory in the newly discovered Traxis sector. Will your army rise triumphant from the interplanetary warfare? Or will your name be forgotten as your armies fall in battle? Make your mark on the galaxy in this Living Card Game of strategy and martial tactics in the darkness of the far future!
â€¢You must balance the concerns of present battles and future conquests as your warlord leads your armies to glorious victory
â€¢Seven distinct factions: Space Marines, Imperial Guard, Orks, Chaos, Dark Eldar, Eldar, and Tau
â€¢30-60 minutes playing time
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