Jimmy: Perhaps the only downside to Final War is the lack of choice to a Warlord, and indeed those who wish to play as a female character or wishing to be different from the rest will be disappointed, and I would have personally included at least ten times the choices to ensure diversity and variety. This being said, those wishing to become a Final War master should start playing now. Six additional Warlords will be available in 2017 in the form of two expansions: the Arcane Expansion which consists of a Wizard, Witch and Necromancer (the latter two being female!) and the Carnage Expansion consisting of a Knight, Dwarf and Orc. These expansions will ultimately decide on how successful this game will become, and it is not often when you can pursue a TCG game from its conception, and develop your strategy as the game grows and evolves.
Jakob: I felt that the lack of female Warlords was the only drawback for me too. As you point out though Jimmy, there are 2 Female Warlords planned for one of the 2017 expansions, and I expect that there will be more moving further than that into the future as well.
Final War is an amazingly well thought out addition to any trading card game fan’s repertoire, and the fact that this was created, designed and executed here in our own backyard just makes it even more appealing to me and a worthy cause to support. If you would some more info about Final War, you can head here to the official website, and show the team some love by liking their Facebook page here as well. This was definitely one of the highlights of my first PAX experiences, so a massive thank you to the Final War team for all their dedication and hard work.