Total War Warhammer Ii Warhammer 2 Taurox Guide Slaughterhorn Rampage Momentum Beastmen Rework

Taurox the Brass Bull is a new legendary lord that you can pick for your campaigns. This Minotaur chieftain was drunk with rage, killing anything in his path to the point that he drowned in a river of blood. Blessed by the Chaos Gods, he was reborn anew with his skin covered in nigh-impenetrable brass plate. Now, he leads the Slaughterhorn Tribe, and he’s out to lay waste to countless foes. You could say that he puts the “laughter” in “slaughter.” In any case, here’s our Taurox the Brass Bull guide for Total War: Warhammer II – The Silence & The Fury.

Note: For more information about Total War: Warhammer II – The Silence & The Fury, check out our guides and features hub. Likewise, please be reminded that this particular guide is based on VH/VH difficulty for the Vortex campaign.

 

Total War: Warhammer II – Taurox the Brass Bull and Slaughterhorn Tribe guide

I. Campaign basics overview – Learn the basics about Taurox’s capabilities.

II. Progression tips – Let’s talk about how Taurox’s campaign run would play out.

III. Beastmen faction rework – A free update that releases alongside Total War: Warhammer II – The Silence & The Fury overhauls the mechanics for the Beastmen faction.

IV. Taurox’s Rampage and Momentum mechanics – Taurox loves to enter the fray, and his mechanics allow his army to become nearly unstoppa-bull.

V. Taurox’s Rune-Tortured Axes quest battle – Beastmen, Dark Elves, Norscans, and Greenskins. The north will deliver an epic bedlam just so Taurox could claim his unique weapon.

VI. The Heart of the Dark final battle – Taurox faces off against Oxyotl in this climactic conclusion.

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