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Prepare for Savagery with our First Strike Event!

Champions, the lands of Ghur are unrepentant and unforgiving, so take heed of every opportunity to plan your advance and perhaps even use the vile wilds to your advantage. Such an opportunity now presents itself.

We are proud to announce the details of our first-ever card preview event for the upcoming set – Savagery. To celebrate the continued growth and excitement of the community, we are proud to announce the First Strike event where players will get early access to the latest and greatest from Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Champions.

The First Strike for Savagery will take place over the weekend of the 30th and 31st of March at all participating stores. At the Savagery First Strike event, you will be able to play with the new Savagery cards in their entirety. We will be adding pre-release events in the future and will keep all Champions informed as to where and how they can get their hands on Savagery cards!

We will reveal more in the coming weeks on how you can get involved in our first ever First Strike event for Savagery, so stay tuned for more information, Champions. Compete for Savagery booster packs and get to try out all-new Champions, Units, Abilities and Realm Magic.

If you run a store that is already registered with us and you are interested in hosting a First Strike Event for Savagery, please get in touch with us! If you are a new store that is yet to register with us, then please head to our store registration page, and then get in contact with us to get involved with our Savagery First Strike Event.

Speaking of Realm Magic, we can reveal one more prize that each participant in the Savagery First Strike Event will receive an exclusive promotional version of a brand new card which we will reveal…right now! Succumb to the savage nature of Beastly Leap!

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