Warhammer Quest: Cursed City is back from the dead and up for preorder once more! The almighty Garfy reviewed and painted the complete box and produced 17 step-by-step tutorials covering every denizen of Ulfenkarn. Learn how to paint Cursed City – in this tutorial collection post.
What’s the fuss about Cursed City?
When Warhammer Quest: Cursed City was released in early 2021, it sold out almost instantly and many hobbyists had to go away empty-handed. Many had assumed that the game would become a permanent fixture, much like Blackstone Fortress, but no, it was just a single print run and Games Workshop couldn’t meet the demand. Frustratingly, they also stayed silent on if and when the game would ever be re-released.
That was a shame, because the included miniatures and components were spectacular and at the time the first appetiser for the updated Soulblight Gravelords range. Garfy was able to secure one of the boxes back then and shows you what’s inside in this video:
We also have a written unboxing and review on the blog.
But now Cursed City made a triumphant return. The game is back on a made to order basis for two weeks starting March 5th. Games Workshop promises everyone ordering from their website is guaranteed to receive a copy. The price stayed the same, and best of all, the game is not a games-workshop.com exclusive, but also available from our partner stores Wayland Games and Element Games at up to 20% discount. Our partner Taschengelddieb from Germany even offers a 24% saving over RRP!
And that’s not all, a full relaunch including expansions is planned for later this year. So if you can’t get your hands on a box this time, you’ll have another chance. However, be aware that with the planned Games Workshop price increase in March, I suspect that the price for Cursed City might also be increased for the general release.
Cursed City painting tutorials
Since last year, Garfy was busy painting the whole game. Check out his stunning Cursed City collection in this post. Best of all, he created tutorials for all the models in the set. You’ll find links to all painting guides in this post, a fantastic reference not only for Warhammer Quest Cursed City, but also for starting a Soulblight Gravelords army for Age of Sigmar!
How to paint Radukar and his court
The Overlords of Ulfenkarn, Radukar the Wolf and his court. We have tutorials for not only Radukar, but also Torgillius the Chamberlain, Gorslav the Gravekeeper, the Vyrkos Bloodborne, and the horrendous Vargskyr:
Cursed City painting guides for the Ulfenwatch and other creatures of death
Many foul creatures of the night lurk in the shadows of Ulfenkarn. Here are guides for painting Watch-Captain Halgrim and Deathrattle Skeletons, the Kosargi Nightguard, Deadwalker Zombies, and Corpse Rats and Bat Swarms.
How to paint the Heroes of Ulfenkarn
8 unlikely heroes have come together to purge Ulfenkarn and bring down Radukar. Here are painting guides for Jelson Darrock, Emalda Braskov, Brutogg Corpse-eater, Cleona Zeitengale, Octren Glimscry, Glaurio Ven Alten III, Dagnai Holdenstock, and Qulathis the Exile:
17 free and detailed tutorials for Warhammer Quest Cursed City. Thank you Garfy, you truly are a hobby legend!
We hope this post inspired you to paint your own copy of the game, so make sure to bookmark this post for later reference.
How to not miss out on Cursed City this time
Warhammer Quest Cursed City will be available for preorder on a made to order basis, starting March 4th 2022. If you order from Games Workshop you’ll be guaranteed a copy, but you can also use our partner stores Wayland Games, Element Games, and Taschengelddieb and nab a nice saving of 20% to 24% over RRP, while supporting Tale of Painters at the same time.
Check here if Cursed City is still available:
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