I don't know. Those ghouls are looking a bit .... bland. I wish there was more rags and dirty cloth. Chipped cracked fingernails. That sort of thing. They look too clean. I think they need more gristle, gore & dried blood. Ghouls should be messy eaters after all.
Then there's the ones with chains and spikes stuck through their bodies - obviously they haven't all been freshly applied but they probably didn't clean the wounds afterwards and they might have got infected.
So from what I can make out now the gangs this season will be the 2 in the starter box (beastmen and corrupted messed up beast-elves who are sort of like fauns or satyrs), the goblin wolf riders, the ghouls, the Nurgle's rotters gang, the 2 Dreadfane gangs, the ogre hunter (rumoured but the big barbarian man on one of the cards might be the ogre), witch elves (because there was one on a card) and one more we haven't seen yet.
Basically we can just be relic players and there's nothing wrong with that.
First up, Championship. Designed for tightly balanced, constantly evolving competitive play, Championship is the first format to benefit from our new rotation system. For those of you unfamiliar with this, we’ll be limiting the card and board pool to those printed in the two most recent seasons of Warhammer Underworlds. For the board pool, you don’t have much to worry about at this point as only the Shattered City board pack will be rotating out. Championship also uses a Forsaken (i.e. Banned) and Restricted list, as well as tighter deck construction rules, where only six Surge and “score this immediately” objectives can be included. If you’re looking for the most balanced battles possible, this is the format for you.
Alliance offers a team-based twist on the Championship rules. When constructing your deck for this format, construction rules don’t just apply to you, but across every player on your team in a unified set of rules. This means no duplicates in any of your objective or power decks – you’ll have to get particularly clever to secure victory here! Alliance uses the same Forsaken and Restricted lists as Championship and is also subject to season board and card rotations.
Lastly, we’ve got Relic. This format is similar to Championship but allows you to use cards and boards from all previous seasons of Warhammer Underworlds. Relic has no Restricted list, and it’s own Forsaken list, designed to let you use as much of your collection as possible without compromising on gameplay balance.