An Astra Militarum Novel
Colonel Haskell 'Hell Fist' Aldalon and the Catachan 57th Jungle Fighters arrive on Gondwa VI, a world ravaged by greenskins. The Catachans prepare to go on the offensive, but can they retake a vital outpost when saddled with the barely-trained Trooper Torvin – the last survivor of the Skadi Second Infantry?
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Get up close and personal with the ruthless Catachan Jungle Fighters as they prepare to give up everything in order to claim victory.
When Colonel Haskell 'Hell Fist' Aldalon and the Catachan 57th Jungle Fighters arrive on the quagmire world of Gondwa VI, they fi
Lucha Wars is a two to eight-player dice game, based on the popular world of professional Mexican wrestling, or "Lucha Libre" (a.k.a. free fighting). The game is a new variation with new content to Luchador! Mexican Wrestling dice.
Each player selects a Luchador wrestling character to play and rolls their Grapple Dice to try to either reduce their opponent/s life points to zero to win by a knock-out (KO) or hold the opponent down on the mat for a "count of three" to win by a pin.
Each wrestler has individual Life levels, Pinnable level, and Combo Attack zones. Also, they each have their own Special Attacks that can be used during a match by rolling their Special Attack Die.
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Additionally, the winner records the victory by moving their counter up one tile on their Special Attack Track.
The Special Attack track allows a player to do their Special Attack, attempt to PIN an opponent, attack using the Combo Die and attack with a Weapon (Weapons Match).
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nd it locked in the grip of an ever-growing greenskin threat. Rather than shoring up the meagre existing defences, the Catachans elect to go on the offensive and retake the strategically vital Outpost Four. In the process, they are saddled with the sole survivor of the outpost's fall – the barely-trained Trooper Torvin, of the Skadi Second Infantry.
As the Astra Militarum clash with savage orks and Colonel Aldalon comes to terms with the cost of victory, Torvin finds himself under suspicion of cowardice by the Jungle Fighters. The young trooper's new comrades may be just as dangerous to him as the xenos marauders... unless, that is, he can pass through this trial by fire and earn the respect of the Catachan Devils.
Written by Justin Woolley.