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New Hundred Kingdoms Expansions launch for Para Bellum’s Conquest

Para Bellum Wargames has revealed new units for Conquest: The Last Argument of Kings and Conquest: First Blood. Coming soon is a new cavalry unit for the human faction of the Hundred Kingdoms.  Fast and defensive, the Mounted Squires are here to push the line for the Hundred Kingdoms warlords, giving that extra edge on the battlefield. To further enhance the classic medieval human faction, a full array of three tactical retinue miniatures is also released, allowing the full customization options for all Hundred Kingdoms characters! And for the cherry on top, the Neophyte is here to boost the infantry of the Militia and the Men-at-Arms!

The Mounted Squires and the Tactical retinue open the way for new strategies to the Hundred Kingdoms warlords, as well as customization options for each Character and even a boost to simpler units, like the Militia and the Men-at-Arms!

Trained for war since their early years, the Mounted Squires are here to earn their Knighthoods in the only way tradition demands: to wet their blades on the field of battle. The agile playstyle of this Light Cavalry regiment, as well as the Shield special rule, will allow these aspiring youths to press the line of battle and hold their ground, allowing for constant pressure on the field. Enhanced by their tactical retinues, clever commanders will be able to find new and inspired ways to control the field of battle, as well as its final outcome! Together with the subtle but significant boost the Neophyte Command Model provides to infantry, these new additions can shine on the fields of both the mass combats of “The Last Argument of Kings” and the skirmish battles of “First Blood!”

Coming in early February worldwide, the Neophyte, Mounted Squires and Tactical Retinue will excite Hundred Kingdom players.

New Blood Bowl and Necromunda are available from Forge World

Blood Bowl and Necromunda get some love today from Forge World as one new release for each are available to order.

Skaven get a new Rat Ogre, updating a new model from the previous edition which was generally not liked. Unleash the big guy’s strength adding a little punch to the nimble team.

The Rat Ogre is available to order for $33.

Blood Bowl Skaven Rat Ogre

Slopper and Scabber are available for Necromunda. You can support any gang with these hangers-on. Feed them some food with Slopper or get some illicit supplies with Scabber.

The duo is available for $35.

Necromunda Slopper and Scabber

Aeldari Dark Reapers Are Back in Plastic

Games Workshop has been teasing the upcoming new Aeldari for Warhammer 40,000 and today they’ve revealed brand-new plastic Dark Reapers!

Dark Reapers feature thick armor and Reaper launchers, delivering some heavy weapon support to the Aeldari.

The new kit features four warriors and an Exarch as well as a Dark Reaper Shrine. The Exarch features multiple head choices and four weapons like the classic Reaper launcher, a three-tipped tempest missile launcher, an Aeldari missile launcher, and a shuriken cannon. The kit also features unhelmeted options for each warrior for use in Ynnari armies.

Battlezone Fronteris Revealed for Warhammer 40,000

With War Zone: Nachmnund on the horizon, Games Workshop has revealed new scenery for games of Warhammer 40,000, Battlezone Fronteris.

These brand-new defensive structures are perfect for games delivering a more militaristic utility to existing games. The set includes STC Hab-Bunkers, a Landing Pad, Vox-Antenna, Auspex Shrine, plus a selection of stockades.

The scenery will be available as a complete battlezone as well as smaller kits.

The scenery also delivers more for campaigns set in Nachmund with terrain-specific Crusade Agendas and terrain traits which can be found in “Vigilus Alone”.

40K Chapter Approved, Kommando Orks and Krieg Kill Team, Necromunda, and Blood Bowl! It’s a packed upcoming week

It’s a packed week for 40K players as Games Workshop has revealed next week’s pre-orders that might be for a few games but 40K fans will all appreciate.

The Chapter Approved: War Zone Nachmund Grand Tournament Pack and Munitorum Field Manual 2022 are here kicking off a new season of competitive and matched play.

Chapter Approved comes with 18 missions, nine each for Incursion and Strike Force sized games. There are also updated secondary objectives as well. Within the Munitorum Field Manual 2022, you’ll find up-to-date points!

Chapter Approved: War Zone Nachmund Grand Tournament Pack and Munitorum Field Manual 2022

Kill Team is getting some new releases, with the individual items from Octarious getting releases and being repackaged.

The Kill Team: Starter Set is an easy way to get into the game featuring two teams, rules, scenery, all you need to play. The box set features the Veteran Guardsmen of the Death Korps of Krieg taking on Ork Kommandos. The box art looks like what was teased way back at Gen Con 2021. The box set also features a gameplay mat, scatter terrain, a streamlined 96-page Core Rules book, and a 56-page Recruit Edition book with background info and tutorial missions.

Kill Team: Starter Set

The individual teams are getting a release too!

The Kill Team: Veteran Guardsmen will allow you to build up your Guardsmen Kill Team or use them to build up that Death Korps of Krieg Warhammer 40,000 force! The box contains 10 troopers to add to the grind.

Kill Team: Veteran Guardsmen

Orks get some love with the Kill Team: Kommandos. Featuring 10 Kommandos it also has a trusty Kommando Grot and volatile Bomb Squig! Use them for Kill Team or add them to your Waargh in games of 40K.

Kill Team: Kommandos

You can also get the Kill Team: Octarius Book. It features the Kill Team rules for the Ork Kommandos and Veteran Guardsman including equipment, tactical ploys, and battlefield roles. There are also nine Shadow Operations missions that allow you to play out a campaign.

Kill Team: Octarius Book

You can also build out your battlefield with Kill Team: Kill Zone Octarius. This scenery set will now be available on its own allowing you to build an Ork shanty town! It’s great for Kill Team and Warhammer 40,000 and features a double-sided battlefield board.

Kill Team: Kill Zone Octarius

Necromunda gets new releases making games more deadly!

Add Hive Scum to your game with these four expendable gangers. They can be a gang on their own or join other House Gangs.

Hive Scum

House Delaque gets some options with the Delaque Weapons and Upgrades set. The set features heavy flamers, plasma guns, and meltaguns, as well as new heads!

Delaque Weapons and Upgrades

The Underdog Card pack allows you to pull out shenanigans to snatch victory from the jaws of defeat. The pack also contains 12 universal Gang Tactics that all can use.

Underdog Card pack

There’s some entrepreneurs in the underhive like Slopper and Scabber. While they can help in a skirmish, it’s all about the cooking and trading with them.

Slopper and Scabber

Blood Bowl gets a release with a brand new Rat Ogre! These brutes bring some much needed strength to the Skaven roster and update a rather unliked previous release.

Rat Ogre

Warhammer 40,000: Imperium rolls out to more locations! The magazine series allows individuals to slowly build two forces and learn to play Warhammer 40,000. The first issue features a Primaris Lieutenant with storm shield and volkite pistol and a Necron Royal Warden with a relic gauss blaster.

The fifth issue features an exclusive Space Marine Primaris Captain! You can roll the dice and pick issues up at your local store or get a subscription and never miss an issue.

Black Library has some new releases coming!

Krieg allows you to dive further into the Death Korps of Krieg. Written by Steve Lyon, how far will they go to secure victory?


Adrian Tchaikovsky brings us Day of Ascension. The Forge World of Morod prepares for the alien “angels” who will bring mercy to the masses.

Day of Ascension

The Triumph of Saint Katherine is by Danie Ware and focuses on the Sisters of Battle. This limited edition hardback is limited to 2,000 copies. This limited edition version features red faux-leather cover overlaid with a gold, black, and white foil design, full-art tip-in, gold-glit page edges, a black ribbon bookmark, and an author introduction and signature.

Triumph of Saint Katherine

The Book of Martyrs features three stories focused on a different Sister in the Era Indomitus. Alec Worley, Phil Kelly, and Danie Ware bring tales of Sister Ishani who must deal with an inhuman hunter, Sister Anarchia resisting her T’au captors, and Sister Superior Laurelyn defending against a foe spilling out of the Great Rift.

The Book of Martyrs

Masters of the Hunt: The White Scars Omnibus collects stories by Andy Hoare, Robbie MacNiven, Phil Kelly, Josh Reynolds, Anthony Reynolds, and Graeme Lyon.

Masters of the Hunt: The White Scars Omnibus

Return to the Sabbat Worlds with the Iron Snakes in Urdesh: The Serpent and the Saint by Matthew Farrer which will be available in audiobook.

Urdesh: The Serpent and the Saint

Das Helwinter-Tor is the German translation of Chris Wraight‘s The Helwinter Gate. A Járnhamar Pack is n the run from their fellow Space Wolves as they race to uncover the truth behind an ancient betrayal.

Das Helwinter-Tor

Take to the Sky with Necrons for Aeronautica Imperialis

Forge World has two new releases for Aeronautica Imperialis up for order. You can start a Necron force for the game and bring their dominance to the table.

With the Aeronautica Imperialis: Necrons Night Shroud Squadron you get two Necron Shroud bombers. They’re equipped with twin tesla destructor and death spheres.

The plastic and resin kit features 20 pieces that allow you to build two. Rules for them are included. They retail for $47.

Aeronautica Imperialis: Necrons Night Shroud Squadron

The Aeronautica Imperialis: Necrons Doom Scythe Squadron are armed with twin tesla destructor or heavy death rays. They can also be built as Necron Night Scythes!

The kit features 16 pieces of plastic and resin allowing you to build two Necron Doom Scythes. Rules for fielding the Doom Scythe in games of Aeronautica Imperialis are included. Rules for fielding Night Scythes in games of Aeronautica Imperialis can be found in the Aeronautica Imperialis – Companion book. They retail for $47.

Aeronautica Imperialis: Necrons Doom Scythe Squadron

Warlord Games has New Bolt Action, Blood Red Skies, and Konflikt ’47 for Pre-Order

Warlord Games has revealed a string of upcoming releases for Bolt Action, Blood Red Skies, and Konflikt ’47. Check out below what you can bring to the tabletop soon as well as links to order.

M11/39 Medium Tank

A medium tank with a pair of turret-mounted machine guns, the M11/39 was the first modern gun armed Italian tank, seeing service in East & North African campaigns. Famously, a few M11/39s fell into Australian hands and were painted with large white kangaroo emblems to avoid friendly fire.

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M11/39 Medium Tank

L6 Lanciaflamme Flame Tank

The L6 Lanciaflamme replaced the 20mm main gun in the FIAT L6/40’s turret with a standard 30-shot flamethrower.

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L6 Lanciaflamme Flame Tank

Autoblinda AB40 Armoured Car

The predecessor to the later, and more numerous, AB41 armored car, the AB40 saw service in the invasion of southern France and in Libya.

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Autoblinda AB40 Armoured Car

P-38 Lightning Squadron

The P-38 Lightning’s comparatively long-range proved invaluable in the Pacific Theatre and for escort duties in deep penetration raids over occupied Europe, enjoying considerable success as a ground attack strike fighter.

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P-38 Lightning Squadron

US Ace Pilot Richard Bong

Richard Ira Bong was the United States’ top scoring and most highly decorated Ace of the Second World War.

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US Ace Pilot Richard Bong

P-39 Airacobra Squadron

The United States Bell P-39 Airacobra was also used throughout the war by (most prominently) the Soviet Air Force, the Free French, the RAF and the Italian Co-Belligerent Air Force.

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P-39 Airacobra Squadron

US Ace Pilot William F. Fiedler, Jr

William F Fiedler has the distinction of being the only American flyer to achieve Ace status exclusively while flying the P39 Airacobra.

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US Ace Pilot William F. Fiedler, Jr

Kawasaki Ki-45 Toryu ‘Nick’ Squadron

The Ki45 Toryu (Dragonslayer), was a twin-engine heavy fighter patterned after the German Messerschmitt Me110 and its contemporaries, enjoying success as a bomber hunter.

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Kawasaki Ki-45 Toryu 'Nick' Squadron

Japanese Ace Pilot: Isamu Kashiide

Kashiide won fame as one of the few pilots able to shoot down the massive American B-29 Superfortress, specialising in head-on attacks using the heavy cannon of the Ki-45 Toryu (Dragonslayer).

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Japanese Ace Pilot: Isamu Kashiide

USMC M3A5 Pondskater Scout Walker

The agile and robust Pondskater is the perfect vehicle for the complex terrain of the Pacific Theatre, and is thus utilised by the USMC as a weapons platform.

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USMC M3A5 Pondskater Scout Walker

Chi-Nu with Compression Cannon

The combination of a reliable and mobile tank with the deadly ability of the compression cannon to literally rip apart medium vehicles should prove a major concern for Allied commanders on 1947 battlefields.

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Mantic Games’ Riftforged Sees New Incoming Forces

This coming week sees new units being released for Riftforged from Mantic Games. Check out what you’ll be able to bring to the tabletop soon!


Stormslayers are massive creatures created from the same stock as trolls, but exposure to the Nexus of Power drove them to a rage-fuelled frenzy. Each has a pair of great falchions, with which they could control the lightning that might otherwise consume them. In battle, the Stormslayers are driven by pain-fuelled rage, and with each sweep of their falchions the foe are smote with the very force of the storm.



The Thunderseers are abominations, crafted from cyclopes, their souls fragmented by exposure to the Nexus. They are tortured creatures, driven almost to the brink of madness by their gift of foresight.


Stormcaller on Manticore

Stormcallers act as messengers and emissaries, often delivering the orders of the High Marshalls or even one of the Wicked Ones directly from the Abyss to the field of battle.

Stormcaller on Manticore

Riftforged Orcs Regiment

Infused with the power of Halpi’s Rift, the Riftforged orcs are a breed apart from their green-skinned cousins. Though hunched, they stand as tall as a man, but are considerably broader and well-muscled. Their faces are bestial, with jutting lower jaws and sharp teeth, but these are creatures of brutal intelligence.

Riftforged Orcs Regiment

Daredevil, Elektra, and The Hand Revealed, Plus Grunts Explained for Marvel: Crisis Protocol

2022 looks like it’s going to be an interesting year for Atomic Mass GamesMarvel: Crisis Protocol. We already have some intriguing releases revealed plus a whole new aspect to the game… Grunts!

Already teased, we now have a good look at the new “Shadowland” Daredevil, Elektra, and the Hand, all coming to the game soon.

"Shadowland" Daredevil, Elektra, and the Hand

But, the bigger news is Grunts and how they’ll work in the game. Grunts are low-level characters, think minions and henchmen, the cannon fodder.

Grunts are described as the “nameless backdrop” by Atomic Mass Games. In the game, Grunts are tied to a Parent character. They can’t enter the battlefield or be used on rosters or squards without their Parent. They’re so tied together Grunts need the Parent to even take actions. If the Parent character goes down, so goes the Grunts. But, Parents can be a part of the team without Grunts, we’ve got a heirarchy here people!

Parents will have superpowers and abilities that call Grunts in and dismiss them as well. Grunts can’t play or be chosen by allied Team Tactic Cards.

Grunts can activate with their Parent. When the Parent goes, so does the Grunts. And, a Parent can only have one Grunt character in play at a time.

Unlike current characters, Grunts don’t have Injured sides and can’t be Dazed, instead if they’re Dazed, they’re immediately KO’d instead.

This new aspect opens up a whole lot of possibilities. We’ve seen the Hand and S.H.I.E.L.D. agents but now maybe we’ll see A.I.M., Hydra agents, or even Doom Bots!

New Warhammer 40,000 Combat Patrols Make Your 2022 Army Building Easier

Games Workshop has revealed new Warhammer 40,000 Combat Patrols for 2022 to help build out your forces or start a new one!

T’au, Grey Knights, Adeptus Custodes, Genestealer Cults, and Thousand Sons are all getting new Combat Patrol releases.

Combat Patrols have retailed for $140 and featured pretty decent savings. If things remain the same, how do these stack up?

  • T’au: ~$218 retail separately, the Ethereal figure currently is only in the Start Collecting box.
  • Grey Knights: ~$175, the box features a five man Strike Squad making the value a little less than others.
  • Adeptus Custodes: ~$218, the box has a nice mix and is one of the more intriguing releases and the box’s value will really be determined by what units you can make out of it as is.
  • Genestealer Cults: ~$258, if this one keeps the regular retail price for the boxes, it might be one of the best values out there and as far as a force, this one looks like a really solid way to start.
  • Thousand Sons: ~$178, the character included isn’t currently offered on its own so this one’s a bit of a guess. The inclusion of so many Tzaangors and no Rubric Marines is a bit odd.
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