Killer from the Underhive, Deep, and on the Pitch in this Week’s Games Workshop Pre-Orders
There’s a lot of pre-orders this week from Games Workshop that cover Age of Sigmar, Necromunda, and Blood Bowl!
The company has new units you can add to your Idoneth Deepkin, the Isharann Tidecaster. It is the Tidecasters who conjure the phantasmal sea that allows aelf and aquatic beast to move and breathe as if they were in their own natural environment.
Also available will be Isharann Soulscryers. With their cyfar compasses and dowserchimes, the Soulscryers can map the dark corners of a being’s soul as well as those of the mortal realms, marking them out as navigators and priests among the Idoneth.
Finally, you’ll also be able to get a Isharann Soulrender. The Soulrenders are unusual amongst the Isharann, for they are trained alongside the Akhelians, and are well accustomed to acting at the forefront of battle. Upon each Soulrender’s helm dangles a lurelight, its strange glow attracting and absorbing souls.
For Necromunda, you’ll have multiple choices to add to your game.
Gang War 3 will expand your game with new rules, weapons, units, and missions. The 90-page book contains rules for ganges of House Van Saar, expanded house equipment lists, Brutes, the Traind Post, Status Items, Arbitrated Campaigns, multiplayers games, new Hired Guns, and more scenery to check out.
You’ll also be able to add the high-tech Van Saar to the Underhive. House Van Saar is the technological powerhouse of Necromunda, its artisans and armourers creating the finest weapons and wargear of all the clans. Their staggering power, however, is built around a dark secret – flaws in their understanding of technology that bathe them in radiation and slowly kill them from within.
Also out will be dice and cards.
Finally, Blood Bowl has a few releases.
It’s Chaos on the field with the debut of the Doom Lords. The exact identity of the owner of the Doom Lords is unknown – he is referred to commonly as ‘The Overfiend’. When establishing his team, the Overfiend cut no corners. He hired the best coach money could buy and equipped him with the best assistants, entered into numerous dark pacts with various daemonic entities and searched long and hard for the best players who could be coerced into joining him. Those who refused soon learned that the Overfiend has a very literal interpretation of the term ‘headhunting’…
Also, Spike! Journal, a new periodical that’s a must for every coach with new rules, advice, and more.
Finally, there’s Star Player cards to help every manager.
And what’s Blood Bowl without dice!?