Games Workshop Pre-Order Preview: Head to Moroch in Kill Team, Chaos Knights await, and expand your Necromunda Ash Wastes
Head to the future with Kill Team, Warhammer 40K, and Necromunda in Games Workshop‘s pre-orders next week.
Kill Team gets a new box set with Kill Team: Moroch. The battle in the Nachmund Gauntlet continues as Chaos forces battle Imperial Space Marines. The box set features warband of Militarum Traitoris as well as Phobos Strike Team.
It features 22 miniatures making up two kill teams. There are 12 Blooded members of the traitor guard and 10 Phobos Space Marines. It also features the new Battlezone: Fronteris terrain to battle over and new rules for the Auspex Shrine, Landing Pad, and Vox Antenna. The set also features a 96-page rulebook, double-sided game board, and 279-piece Space Marine transfer sheet.
You’ll also be able to get Kill Team Blooded and Phobos Strike Team Dice. Declare your allegiance with these sets featuring 20 dice each.
Codex: Chaos Knights is now available on its own after being released in the special army box set. This is essential to bring these engines of war to the tabletop. You’ll be able to get the regular or collector’s edition.
The Chaos Knight Abominant will be available in its solo debut and allows you to make an Abominant, Desecrator, or Rampager.
The War Dogs box features two to add to your force. You can build two of the three possible War Dog variants, like the Karnivore, Stalker, or Brigand.
Keep track of it all with Chaos Knights Datacards. The 50 cards include 32 generic Chaos Knights strategems, six unique stratagems for the named Dread Households, and five core stratagems, as well as six Warp Storm psychic power, and a copy of Smite!
For those in Australia and New Zealand, you’ll finally be able to get Tyranids. Codex: Tyranids, Combat Patrol: Tyranids, The Parasite of Mortrex, Tyranid Datacards, and the Tyranids Dice Set are all finally arriving.
The Thatos Pattern Extended Hab Module is a bit larger than the ones found in the Necromunda: Ash Wastes set but mixes perfectly with the other kit.
The Thatos Pattern Hab Module is available on its own after debuting in the Necromunda: Ash Wastes set.
Finally, the Thatos Pattern Platform and Walkways will keep you off the dangerous ground and give you some line of sight advantage when defending or attacking.