Space Marines get more options in this week’s new pre-orders from Games Workshop. Deathwatch and Space Wolves get their codex releases along with Combat Patrols and more. There’s also something for Ork players and those looking for a better way to hold on to their figures for painting. Check out what you can pre-order now.
But what’s a codex without some models to build your force? GW has you covered!
Combat Patrol: Space Wolves retails for $140 and features 1 Primaris Lieutenant, 1 Invictor Tactical Warsuit, 10 Primaris Intercessors, 5 Primaris Reivers, and 2 Space Wolves Primaris Upgrade Frames.
The Hounds of Morkai retail for $45 and are an elite choice who are adept at hunting enemy psykers! The set includes 5 Primaris Reivers and a Space Wolves Primaris Upgrade Frame.
Ragnar Blackmane is here to lead your force. The miniature retails for $40.
The Combat Patrol: Deathwatch retails for $140 and features 1 Primaris Lieutenant, 1 Primaris Apothecary, 10 Primaris Intercessors, 3 Primaris Aggressors, and 2 Deathwatch Upgrade Frames.
But, there’s also something for Space Marine players as a whole. You add some fast attack forces to your force with a set of Outriders. The box set retails for $60 and features 3 miniatures that are push-fit! There’s also a Primaris Space Marines Transfer Sheet included.
Orktober is over but you can pre-order Ghazghkull Thraka is now available for pre-order. The figure previously only available in a limited box set retails for $65 and features Ghazghkull Thraka and Makari!
And GW is making it easier to get a grip and paint those new figures. An upgraded Citadel Colour Painting Handle is now avaible for $12.50. It features an extended grip to make it easier to hold.
Black Library has some new releases as well!
Experience a classic tale of Captain Leonatos and his Blood Angels in the full-color update of Bloodquest. Created by Gordon Rennie and Colin MacNeil, it retails for $30.
Deathwatch: The Long Vigil retails for $27 in hardback and is an all-action tales of alien-killing from a variety of authors in an anthology that showcases the Deathwatch at their very best.
- Messiah Complex by Steve Parker
- The Shadow of the Saints by Ben Counter
- The Crueltymaker’s Kingdom by Marc Collins
- The Nihilus Edge by Justin D. Hill
- Sorrowcrown by Nicholas Wolf
- Awakened by Sarah Cawkwell
- Brother to Dishonour by David Guymer
- The Last Word by Phil Kelly
- Entombed by Andy Clark
Darkness in the Blood retails for $27 in the hardback version focuses on rebuilding a broken empire after the Devastation of Baal. It’s written by Guy Haley.