Warhammer is taking a break for now. It will return soon.
|The giant is about to smash the handgunners.
|The handgunners are lining up their target.
|Moving the fastest troops on the battlefield.
|Looking confident as the troops move in.
|Setting up for battle.
|Night Goblins - Weak but very sneaky!
|Trying to move into the perfect attack position.
|Careful measuring is very important.
|Stone Trolls - Tough but stupid!
|The spearmen get attacked by a fearsome giant.
Playing games is a great way for young people to learn important social skills like turn taking, sharing, teamwork and being a good sport. Games can also help with our maths skills, problem solving and communication skills. Playing games is also great fun.
Mr Thomson runs the Warhammer Club for Year 6 children. It takes place during Thursday lunchtimes.
Warhammer is a tabletop battle game which puts players in command of armies of valiant humans, noble elves, savage orcs or a variety of twisted and monstrous creatures. Players collect forces of miniature plastic models, all with different stats and abilities, and use them to play out clashes on a tabletop battlefield. Unlike a board game, where players’ moves are restricted to defined areas, Warhammer commanders freely manoeuvre their units set distances using rulers and resolve shooting and hand-to-hand combat by rolling dice.