This is how the Warhammer world ends. Neither with bang nor whimper, but innumerable hordes of bellicose, bipedal cattle, crushing civilization into a cowpat. The Silence and the Fury brings with it a smart beastmen rework, and some incredible new units, but it also solidifies how desperately needed the upcoming sequel is to reset the playing field. The joys it offers are less a hard-won game of chess, more like punching the board to splinters with a knuckle duster. A good time, regardless, but werent we playing a strategy game at one point?
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