Warhammer: Battle March achievements

Warhammer: Battle March

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Aspiring Champion of Chaos in Warhammer: Battle March

Aspiring Champion of Chaos22 (10)

Successfully complete the first chapter of the Chaos campaign

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Achievement Guide for Aspiring Champion of Chaos

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Achievement won on 19 Apr 12
TA Score for this game: 2,094
Posted on 20 April 12 at 06:37
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Unmissable storyline achievement. Can be completed on any difficulty. I recommend doing the Empire campaign first. Try to only engage one enemy unit at a time, and use your whole squad, with melee units in front and ranged in back. Don't spend much on equipping your units yet, wait until they survive a few missions. The mage's abilities are very helpful in many missions, so spam them.

"Honour the Gods" is pretty easy. Merge your hero with a squad and use his Blood sacrifice to keep him in the fight. Move slowly through "First Sacrifice," and let your enemies kill each other. "Reclaim the Relics" is optional, but it's very hard unless you let the wagons come to you.

"Fortress of the Gods" is hard. Buy extra units beforehand. Forgot about keeping the enemy out, just defend your flag. Have a mounted melee unit spread out, then send them charging against enemy siege units. Pay attention to your walls, and bring down your axe throwers well before they collapse.

Buy some healing potions before continuing. There's a tough duel with "The FlyLord" you should do, then the final mission. The only hard thing about the final mission is that your hero is on his own for most of it. From the BACK menu you can equip your rad new gear and level him up in-mission. Pay attention to quest objectives; this mission could involve a lot of aimless wandering.

At the end of the last mission, you must choose Nurgle (Left, Green) or Knorne (Right, Orange). As I understand it, Nurgle is better defense, Knorne is better offense (and more of a Badass). Because all mission have the requirement "don't let the hero die," Nurgle is a better choice if you expect trouble Remember you'll need to play through once for each to unlock Warlord of Chaos Unified.
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